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Examining Coastal Marsh Sedimentation In Northeastern North Carolina
(East Carolina University, 2015)
Coastal marshes are critical environments that are ephemeral on geologic timescales. Understanding the dynamics that naturally maintain these systems is becoming increasingly important in the face of accelerated sea-level ...
USING SEDIMENT ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY TO INTERPRET LATE HOLOCENE BARRIER ISLAND AND ESTUARINE EVOLUTION, NORTH CAROLINA, USA
(East Carolina University, 2014)
Deconvolving the relationship between meteorological and oceanographic phenomena and associated impacts to coastal systems is critical to understanding the future of coastal systems worldwide. North Carolina's barrier ...