Salt Marsh Restoration Monitoring Protocols in California:
Knowledge Barriers, Resource Needs, and Information Dissemination
Identifying Obstacles of Salt Marsh Restoration – A Review of Concepts with an Emphasis in California
- This project was completed as part of a Proposal Writing course taught by Dr. Marc Los Huertos at California State University, Monterey Bay.
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