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Salt marsh sedimentation over the past c. 120 years along the West Cotentin Coast of Normandy (France): Relationship to sea-level rise and sediment supply

Salt marsh sedimentation over the past c. 120 years along the West Cotentin Coast of Normandy (France): Relationship to sea-level rise and sediment supply

Journal of Coastal Research 19(3): 609-620

Natural high sediment supply to a number of macrotidal estuaries along the western coast of the Cotentin Peninsula (Normandy, France) is resulting in estuarine infilling. A previously published aerial survey in one estuary shows salt marsh laterally expanding at a rate of 4400m2/y.

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DOI: 10.2307/4299202

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