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Potential Effects of Sea Level Rise on Washington State Wetlands

Publication number Date Published
97-098May 1997
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Author(s) Doug Canning
Description This document is a reprint of a report prepared for the Office of Policy Planning and Evaluation, US Environmental Protection Agency, in April 1992. This report was one of many prepared in support of EPA's Pacific Northwest Global Climate Change Case Study.

The study reported on in this document was an investigation into the potential effect of sea level rise on Washington's coastal wetlands.
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Keywords estuaries, wetland, wetlands
WEB PAGE Wetlands and climate change