Evaluation of the impacts of dock structures on South Carolina estuarine environments : final report
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Sanger, Denise M.
Holland, A. Frederick
Marine Resources Research Institute (S.C.)
South Carolina Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management
SubjectDocks--Environmental aspects--South Carolina; Estuarine ecology--South Carolina; Salt marsh ecology--South Carolina
The objective of this study was to evaluate the cumulative effect of docks on tidal creek and salt marsh ecosystems. the study was composed of three parts: a spartina shading study which evaluated the impacts of dock shading on the dominant marsh plant ; a small tidal creek study which evaluated dock impacts on small creek nursery habitats ; and a large tidal creek study which evaluated dock impacts on larger tidal creek nursery habitats.
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|Publisher||South Carolina State Library|
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