Tidal wetland groundwater: the flood from below
Tidal wetlands flood twice a day in the Barnegat Bay. As nature intended, tides rise, water floods the surface, andMore
Tidal patterns found under low-lying forests—what comes next as sea levels rise?
As sea level rise, flooding occurs at higher and higher elevations. As flood patterns change, tidal marshes can slowly migrateMore
Re-Connecting Fragmented Ecosystems
As humans continue to expand their range, the habitats of aquatic and terrestrial organisms are becoming increasingly lost or fragmented.More
Monitoring Marsh Elevation in Barnegat Bay
Every year, usually starting in April, the Barnegat Bay Partnership wetlands research team begins collecting data for our Site SpecificMore
Blue Carbon in Barnegat Bay
By Elizabeth Watson and Rose Martin, Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University “Blue carbon” is shorthand for the carbonMore
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