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State of Knowledge Report: Satilla River Estuary


PIs: Merryl Alber (Dept of Marine Sciences, Univ of Georgia, Athens), Clark Alexander and Jack Blanton (Skidaway Inst of Oceanography, Savannah), Alice Chalmers (Dept of Marine Sciences, Univ of Georgia, Athens), and Keith Gates (Marine Extension Service, Brunswick)

Support: South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium

Timeframe: 2001 - 2003

Project Overview:
The purpose of this project was to describe the current state of knowledge of the Satilla River estuarine system. This mesotidal estuary is in a relatively pristine state compared to most estuarine in the Southeastern United States and is a useful reference point against which the effects of development in other coastal areas within the region can be assessed.

Findings:

Publications:
The Satilla River Estuarine System: The Current State of Knowledge (PDF, opens in new window)


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