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  • GIS layers for marsh extent, inlet tidal prism and watershed size on the Virginia Coast, 1851-2009
  • Deaton, Charles
  • Hein, Christopher
  • Kirwan, Matthew
  • 2009-12-31
  • Title: Marsh and water extent and inlet watersheds (late-1800's and 2009); 2010 barrier island shorelines Focus: Determining change in marsh extent and change in inlet tidal prism and watershed size in relation to barrier island migration at the VCRSite: Marshes/bays from the southern tip of Smith Island to the northern tip of Wallops Island References: Deaton, C.D., Hein, C.J., and Kirwan, M.L., 2017, Barrier island migration dominates ecogeomorphic feedbacks and drives salt marsh loss along the Virginia Atlantic Coast, USA: Geology, v. 45, no. 2, p. 123-126, doi: 10.1130/G38459.1.(see also: associated Geology Data Repository item 2017030:
  • N: 37.499476      S: 37.499476      E: -75.747399      W: -75.747399
  • knb-lter-vcr.262.2  
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  • doi:10.6073/pasta/29308e569763ac8e938f10304b35832a
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