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Title: Saltmarsh research seminar abstracts, 28 November 1995, London
Author: National Rivers Authority
Document Type: Monograph
This report contains abstracts of the talks given under the Saltmarsh research seminar of 28 November 1995, in London. The abstracts shown in this report are about: Maintenance and enhancement of saltmarshes; Sedimentary processes under managed retreat; Pollutant study of managed retreat; Contemporary and Holocene sediment dynamics of the Walton Backwaters, north-east Essex, England; Wind wave attenuation over saltmarsh surfaces: results from Norfolk, England; Geographical and temporal variations in saltmarsh sediment properties: implications for erosion rates and long-term stability of saltmarsh regeneration schemes; The strength and stability of muds and sediments; Soils and managed retreat at Tollesbury, Essex; Optimal design of saltmarsh channel networks; Overview of the saltmarsh research in the Netherlands; An exploratory numerical model of sediment deposition over tidal saltmarshes; The Humber Estuary: the need to understand geomorphology; The work the Danish Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries carry out in the Danish part of the Wadden Sea; Preservation of the Nature Reserve "Het Zwin"; Saltmarsh management in the federal state of Schleswig-Holstein (Germany); Western Solent saltmarsh study; Managing Coastal Re-Alignment Case Study at Orplands Sea Wall Blackwater Estuary, Essex.
Publisher: National Rivers Authority
Publication Date: 1995
Publication Place: London
Subject Keywords: Salt marshesEnvironmental managementPollution surveysSediment pollutionRegenerationTides
Geographic Keywords: HumberNew Forest (Hampshire)
Extent: n.p. [53]
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