Monitoring Methods

Tidal marsh restoration often involves restoring a suite of dynamic processes that can lead to shifting mosaics of wetland habitat types. This shifting habitat mosaic is largely driven by both spatial and temporal variability in physical attributes and their interactions with biological processes. Monitoring methods presented here are based on an “ecosystem approach” to monitoring that includes measures of physical, biological and ecological metrics that are critical to tidal marshes.

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