Florida scientists use ground-penetrating radar to image underground carbon stores in the Disney Wilderness Preserve.
Plants and fluctuating river flow work together to balance vertical sediment buildup with sediment delivery to the delta’s edge.
Scientists update an old model with recent findings, allowing for a more accurate understanding of methane dynamics in wetlands.
Researchers have developed a model to inform the regulation of sulfate levels in freshwater environments that are threatening the iconic plant.
A special issue of Earth’s Future examines the impacts of sea level rise on coastal areas and showcases a paradigm shift in the modeling of these dynamic systems.
Mangrove forests, salt marshes, seagrass beds, and the like are carbon storage treasure troves.
Still-water ecosystems are key to combating explosive algae growth.
Aircraft measurements confirm that methane emissions from northern European wetlands exhibit a uniform regional carbon isotopic signature, despite considerable ground-level heterogeneity.
Three-year observations suggest that increased sediment concentrations inhibit vertical transfer of momentum between water layers for more than 2 months after a high-discharge event.
Coastal wetland loss after an oil spill can be more extensive than after a hurricane.