Warming Shelters in Jarvis Creek

To keep pace with accelerated sea level rise associated with global warming, salt marsh ecosystems must accrete and/or migrate. Global warming may indirectly affect accretion via its impacts on productivity, whereas human activities such as land use changes may affect migration by impeding landward movement of salt marsh. Our proposed research will address these processes using a combination of experimental, observational and remote sensing studies. In addition, we will outreach with scientists and decision makers in the community to lay the groundwork for a future Coastal Resilience Plan...


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  • Start of field season 2011- April Began getting field sites ready and taking first measurements of field season including:-repairing shelters and removing wrack deposited-covering below ground chambers with netting-leveling all temperature sensors-collecting ...
    Posted May 4, 2011, 12:35 PM by Mark Hoover
  • Installed Shelters on Barn Island 5 Warming, Rain-in shelters: 15 degree change in roof pitch, Side-panels converted to wood
    Posted Jan 4, 2011, 1:18 PM by chris starkey
  • Below Ground Chambers Installed @ Jarvis
    Posted Oct 1, 2010, 1:09 PM by chris starkey
  • Meeting from October 12th.. <add meeting notes>
    Posted Oct 1, 2010, 1:05 PM by chris starkey
  • Shelter Perfomance Data <too be added>
    Posted Oct 1, 2010, 1:05 PM by chris starkey
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