Matt Whitbeck studies marsh grass at Blackwater NWR. Credit: Steve Droter

“There is a lot of day-to-day management actions. But as the land subsides and sea levels rise, some marshes are going to be able to keep pace but many are likely to succumb. They’re going to slowly drown, they’re going to fragment, they’re going to break apart and convert to open water.” Credit: Steve Droter

Matt Whitbeck studies marsh grass at Blackwater NWR. Credit: Steve Droter

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