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Title : THE DEVELOPMENT OF A SALT MARSH MIGRATION TOOL AND ITS APPLICATION IN LONG ISLAND SOUND
Company : University of Connecticut
File Name : Hoover.pdf
Size : 1631050
Type : application/pdf
Date : 12-Jun-2010
Downloads : 9

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Mark Hoover, Daniel L. Civco and Adam Whelchel

Given their location in the intertidal zone, coastal salt marshes will be one of the ecosystems first affected by sea level rise. As sea level rise increases, marshes will begin to migrate inland if surrounding topography and land use provide suitable habitat. The question remains whether or not this migration inland will provide enough new habitat to sustain current marsh area as the seaward edge of the marsh begins to become permanently inundated. This project created an ArcGIS tool using Python computer language that projects future salt marsh habitat under a variety of sea level rise and land use scenarios.
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