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Dr. Megan DAVIS 01/15/14 "Our Global Estuary"

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Published on Jan 31, 2014

Most of the Earth's land is connected to the ocean through watersheds and rivers which lead to numerous estuaries throughout the world. Estuaries societal, economic and ecosystem benefits are significant, however, threats to their health are on the rise. When global pressures such as climate change and sea level rise are stacked on top of urbanization and land use, there is concern about the resilience of estuaries to provide their ecosystem services. Comparing and contrasting estuaries globally provide lessons learned for local estuaries, including Florida's Indian River Lagoon.

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