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Salt marshes get a scientific look from UNBC students

The salt marshes are some of the most beautiful parts of the north coast, But very little is known about their dynamic ecosystems. One U-N-B-C professor is trying to change that. At the end of August, Darwyn Coxson and a team of 16 students did a rapid assessment of the area.

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