References from Supporting Literature
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- References from Supporting Literature
REFERENCES from SUPPORTING LITERATURE
References are from literature pertaining to specific NERR initiatives, including conservation and land management, freshwater inflow, effect on oil and gas activities, and seagrass and marsh restoration. Citation format follows the journal: Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science.
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