Sea-level rise isn’t the only aspect of climate change expected to affect coastal wetlands: Changes in rainfall and temperature are predicted to transform wetlands in the Gulf of Mexico and around the world within the century. These changes will take place regardless of sea-level rise, a new study from the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) and the University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley concluded.
Such changes are expected to affect the plant communities found in coastal wetlands. For
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