, Volume 30, Issue 1, pp 173–175 | Cite as

Silliman, B. R., E. D. Grosholz, and M. D. Bertness (ed.) Human Impacts on Salt Marshes: A Global Perspective

University of California Press, Berkeley, CA, USA, 2009, 432 pp. US$60.00 (hardcover), ISBN 0520258924
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Baruch Marine Field LaboratoryUniversity of South CarolinaGeorgetownUSA

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