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Jordan, Thomas E. and Correll, David L.
Nutrient chemistry and hydrology of interstitial water in brackish tidal marshes of Chesapeake Bay.
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science,
Stevenson, J. C., Ward, L. G., Kearney, M. S. and Jordan, Thomas E.
Sedimentary process and sea level rise in tidal marsh systems of Chesapeake Bay.
The Wetlands of the Chesapeake: Protecting the Future of the Bay
Environmental Law Institute
Jordan, Thomas E. and Valiela, Ivan.
Sedimentation and resuspension in a New England salt marsh.