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Effects of fire on brackish marsh communities: Management implications

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Hackney, C.T., de la Cruz, A.A. Effects of fire on brackish marsh communities: Management implications. Wetlands 1, 75–86 (1981). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03160455

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Keywords

  • Teal
  • Tidal Marsh
  • Marsh Surface
  • Tidal Wetland
  • Wetland Management