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Tuning the tide: creating ecological conditions for tidal marsh development in a flood control area

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Tuning the tide: creating ecological conditions for tidal marsh development in a flood control area. / Maris, T; Cox, T; Temmerman, S; De Vleeschauwer, P; Van Damme, S; De Mulder, T; Van den Bergh, Erika; Meire, Patrick.

In: Hydrobiologia, Vol. 588, Nr. 1, 2007, blz. 31-43.

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Maris, T, Cox, T, Temmerman, S, De Vleeschauwer, P, Van Damme, S, De Mulder, T, Van den Bergh, E & Meire, P 2007, 'Tuning the tide: creating ecological conditions for tidal marsh development in a flood control area', Hydrobiologia, vol. 588, nr. 1, blz. 31-43. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10750-007-0650-5

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Maris, T., Cox, T., Temmerman, S., De Vleeschauwer, P., Van Damme, S., De Mulder, T., ... Meire, P. (2007). Tuning the tide: creating ecological conditions for tidal marsh development in a flood control area. Hydrobiologia, 588(1), 31-43. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10750-007-0650-5

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Maris, T ; Cox, T ; Temmerman, S ; De Vleeschauwer, P ; Van Damme, S ; De Mulder, T ; Van den Bergh, Erika ; Meire, Patrick. / Tuning the tide: creating ecological conditions for tidal marsh development in a flood control area. In: Hydrobiologia. 2007 ; Vol. 588, Nr. 1. blz. 31-43.

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