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Table of Contents
Background, Theory, and Issues.
Estuarine Geomorphology and Physical
Intertidal Wetlands: Salt Marshes and
Microbial Ecology and Organic Detritus in
Zooplankton, the Drifting Consumers.
The Estuarine Bottom and Benthic Subsystem.
Nekton, the Free-Swimming Consumers.
The Role of Wildlife in Estuarine Ecosystems.
Human Impact in Estuaries.