Suspended Sediment Projections in Apalachicola Bay in Response to Altered River Flow and Sediment Loads under Climate Change and Sea Level Rise

Suspended Sediment Projections in Apalachicola Bay in Response to Altered River Flow and Sediment Loads under Climate Change and Sea Level Rise

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Huang et al. 2016_Suspended Sediment Projections in Apalachicola Bay in Response to Altered River Flow and Sediment Loads under Climate Change and Sea Level Rise.pdf

Huang, W., Hagen, S. C., Wang, D., Hovenga, P. A., Teng, F., Weishampel, J. F. 2016. Suspended Sediment Projections in Apalachicola Bay in Response to Altered River Flow and Sediment Loads under Climate Change and Sea Level Rise. Earth’s Future. AGU Publications. 4. 428-439

Analysis, Climate change, Coastal, Habitat, Modeling, Nutrients, Sea level, Sea level rise, Sediment, Water quality, Climate, Aquatic community, Aquatic ecosystems, Oysters

This study used a coupled hydrodynamic and sediment transport model to evaluate the effects of sea level rise on TSS levels in two oyster reefs in Apalachicola Bay (Florida, U.S.).

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