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Environmental controls on carbon sequestration, sediment accretion, and elevation change in the Ebro River Delta: Implications for wetland restoration
(Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 2019-03-26)
Delta wetlands are increasingly recognized as important sinks for ‘blue carbon,’ although this and other ecosystem services that deltas provide are threatened by human activities. We investigated factors ...
Changing nutrients, changing rivers
Eutrophication—the excessive enrichment of a body of water with nutrients such as nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P)—is Earth's most widespread problem for water quality (1, 2). Growing evidence suggests ...
The influence of flow regime on ecological quality, bird diversity, and shellfish fisheries in a Lowland Mediterranean River and its coastal area
Designing environmental flows in lowland river sections and estuaries is a challenge for researchers and managers, given their complexity and their importance, both for nature conservation and economy. ...