‘Goldilocks’ plant growth may make river deltas resilient

freshwater_marshAn Indiana University news release about a Nature Geoscience article by IU geologists William Nardin and Douglas A. Edmonds generated coverage from two science news sites and the Indiana Daily Student. The researchers showed that intermediate vegetation growth is most effective at stabilizing freshwater marshes in river deltas, which are threatened by sea-level rise and other forces.


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