Living Shorelines Achieve Functional Equivalence to Natural Fringe Marshes across Multiple Ecological Metrics

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Description: This is the data, script, and figure repository for the manuscript titled, "Living Shorelines Achieve Functional Equivalence to Natural Fringe Marshes across Multiple Ecological Metrics" submitted to PeerJ for peer-review and bioRxiv as a preprint.

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Abstract: Nature-based features provide a welcome class of adaptations to promote ecological resilience in the face of climate change. Along coastlines, living shorelines are among the preferred adaptation strategies to both reduce erosion and provide ecological functions. As an alternative to shoreline armoring, living shorelines are viewed favorably among coastal managers, wetlands boards, and s...

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