A Muddy Mystery: What's Causing Sudden Vegetation Dieback in Connecticut's Marshes?
Botany | Plant Biology | Plant Pathology
Some of Connecticut's salt marshes are experiencing unprecedented sudden vegetation dieback, leaving bare mud where Spartina grass used to grow. In a Sea Grant project, Dr. Wade Elmer has investigated possible causes.
Elmer, Wade, "A Muddy Mystery: What's Causing Sudden Vegetation Dieback in Connecticut's Marshes?" (2009). Wrack Lines. Paper 50.
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