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  1. Southeast Coastal Monitoring Using the Student Friendly Basic Observation Buoy (BOB). Lisa G. Adams, Kennesaw State University, Georgia. [download]
  2. Tidal Migratory Fishes, Shrimps, and Crabs: Behavior, Geomorphological Determinants of Habitat Use in Tidal Creek Basins, and Recommendations for Management. Dennis Allen, University of South Carolina. [download]
  3. Multidisciplinary Tidal Creek Dynamics Study: Mapping, Monitoring and Modeling in Groves Creek, GA. Clark Alexander, Skidaway Institute of Oceanography, Georgia. [download]
  4. Living Oyster Reefs as a Significant Source/Modifier of Epizooic Microalgal Biomass in Tidal Creek Systems: Implications of Particulate Inputs. Troy Alphin, University of North Carolina-Wilmington. [download]
  5. Salt Marsh Restoration: The Science & Policy of Tide Gate Mitigation Bank. Michael Andersen, Environmental Services Inc.
  6. Using Sea-Level Rise Modeling and Habitat Priority Planner to Prioritize Future Lane Protection in a Tidal Freshwater System. Tera Baird, United States Fish and Wildlife. [download]
  7. Understanding the Rainfall Response on Tidal Creek Headwaters. Thom Epps, Biosystems Engineering Graduate Program, Clemson University.
  8. Quantifying the Water Quality Benefits of a Restored Tidal Stream Using Intensive Nitrate and Flow Monitoring. J. Randall Etheridge, NC State University. [download]
  9. Linking Phytoplankton Assemblage Variability, Nutrient Loading, and Microbial Indicators with Land Use: A 3-Year Study of the Ashepoo-Combahee-Edisto (ACE) Basin, South Carolina. Diane Greenfield, University of South Carolina. [download]
  10. Coliphage Versus Fluorescent Dye as Tracers of Fecal Contamination Sources in Coastal Waters. Heidi Hammerstein, Georgia Institute of Technology.
  11. A Framework for Identifying Appropriate Compensatory Mitigation in the Charleston Harbor Estuarine Drainage Area. Melanie Harris, National Marine Fisheries Service, Headquarters Office of Habitat Conservation. [download]
  12. Pollution Has No Boundaries: Regional Cooperation for Restoring Water Quality. Josh Hoke, Lowcountry Council of Governments, South Carolina. [download]
  13. Development Mechanics and Morphology of Point Bars in Tidal Creeks, Observations from Sapelo and the Altamaha, GA. Zoe Hughes, Boston University.
  14. Recent Expansion of Tidal Creek Networks in the South Atlantic Bight: An Ecogeomorphological Response to Sea Level Rise? Zoe Hughes, Boston University. [download]
  15. How will Tidal Freshwater Forested Wetlands Respond to Sea Level Rise? Brooke James, College of Charleston, South Carolina. [download]
  16. Short Term Sedimentation Rates in the North Inlet Estuary, South Carolina. Anand Jayakaran, Clemson University, South Carolina. [download]
  17. Primary Nursery Areas and Tidal Creek Protection in North Carolina. Christen Jensen, North Carolina Division of Marine Fisheries. [download]
  18. Use of Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring in the Management of Water Quality in the Tidal Creeks of Murrells Inlet and Surfside Beach, SC. Susan Libes, Coastal Carolina University, South Carolina. [download]
  19. Development of New Technology for the Improvement of a Citizen Science Project: Clean Marine Smartphone APP. Dylan Murphy, College of Charleston, South Carolina. [download]
  20. A Comparison of Tidal Creek and Open Water Estuarine Habitats in South Carolina. George Riekerk, SC Department of Natural Resources. [download]
  21. Using Passive Integrated Transponder (PIT) Tags to Estimate Movement and Survival of Mummichog (Fundulus heteroclitus) in a Saltwater Estuary. Paul Rudershausen, NC State University. [download]
  22. Microbial Heterotrophy in a Salt Marsh Tidal Creek:  Influences of Material Inputs and Effects on Dissolved Oxygen Concentrations. Erik Smith, Winyah Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, Baruch Marine Field Laboratory. [download]
  23. The CRI-SC, Community Resource Inventory Online: A Mapping Resource for South Carolina Communities. April Turner, South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium. [download]
  24. National Estuarine Research Reserve System (NERRS) Sentinel Site Program for Understanding Climate Change Impacts on Estuaries. Saundra Upchurch, South Carolina Department of Natural Resources.
  25. Assessment of the Impact of Urbanization on the Microbial Water Quality of Tidal Creeks of the Southeastern United States and the Gulf of Mexico. Laura Webster, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, South Carolina. [download]

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