The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecosystem, Wetland, Climate change, Marsh and Salt marsh. His study in Oceanography extends to Ecosystem with its themes. Matthew L. Kirwan focuses mostly in the field of Wetland, narrowing it down to matters related to Accretion and, in some cases, Sea level and Hydrology.
His Climate change research focuses on subjects like Spartina alterniflora, which are linked to Landform. His Marsh study incorporates themes from Sediment transport and Ecosystem services. His Sediment transport study which covers Ecology that intersects with Environmental resource management.
Matthew L. Kirwan focuses on Marsh, Oceanography, Wetland, Salt marsh and Sea level. His work carried out in the field of Marsh brings together such families of science as Sediment, Accretion and Ecosystem. In his study, Greenhouse gas is inextricably linked to Soil carbon, which falls within the broad field of Oceanography.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Ecosystem services, Climate change, Global change, Carbon sequestration and Intertidal zone in addition to Wetland. His Salt marsh research includes themes of Estuary, Sediment transport, Deposition and Storm surge. His study in Sea level is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Flood myth and Holocene.
His main research concerns Marsh, Oceanography, Sediment, Salt marsh and Wetland. Marsh is closely attributed to Accretion in his work. His study in the field of Sea level rise also crosses realms of Marine transgression.
His work deals with themes such as Hydrology and Tidal range, which intersect with Sediment. His Salt marsh research incorporates elements of Biomass, Estuary, Sediment transport and Adaptation. His Wetland study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Carbon sequestration, Climate change, Erosion and Mangrove.
Matthew L. Kirwan focuses on Salt marsh, Oceanography, Sediment, Sea level rise and Marsh. His research in Salt marsh intersects with topics in Biomass, Climate change, Ecosystem and Adaptation. His work deals with themes such as Sediment transport and Flood myth, which intersect with Oceanography.
His studies in Sea level rise integrate themes in fields like Estuary, Sedimentary budget and Storm surge. His research in Marsh intersects with topics in Scheldt estuary and Accretion. Among his Elevation studies, there is a synthesis of other scientific areas such as Sea level, Degradation, Tidal range, Vegetation and Hydrology.
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Tidal wetland stability in the face of human impacts and sea-level rise
Matthew L. Kirwan;J. Patrick Megonigal.
The present and future role of coastal wetland vegetation in protecting shorelines: answering recent challenges to the paradigm
Keryn B. Gedan;Matthew L. Kirwan;Eric Wolanski;Eric Wolanski;Edward B. Barbier.
Climatic Change (2011)
Limits on the adaptability of coastal marshes to rising sea level
Matthew L. Kirwan;Matthew L. Kirwan;Glenn R. Guntenspergen;Andrea D'Alpaos;James T. Morris.
Geophysical Research Letters (2010)
Numerical models of salt marsh evolution: Ecological, geomorphic, and climatic factors
Sergio Fagherazzi;Matthew Lynn Kirwan;Matthew Lynn Kirwan;Simon Marius Mudd;Glenn R. Guntenspergen.
Reviews of Geophysics (2012)
Overestimation of marsh vulnerability to sea level rise
Matthew L. Kirwan;Stijn Temmerman;Emily E. Skeehan;Glenn R. Guntenspergen;Glenn R. Guntenspergen.
Nature Climate Change (2016)
A coupled geomorphic and ecological model of tidal marsh evolution
Matthew L. Kirwan;A. Brad Murray.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2007)
Future response of global coastal wetlands to sea-level rise
Mark Schuerch;Mark Schuerch;Thomas Spencer;Stijn Temmerman;Matthew L Kirwan.
Response of salt-marsh carbon accumulation to climate change
Matthew L. Kirwan;Simon M. Mudd;Simon M. Mudd.
Feedbacks between inundation, root production, and shoot growth in a rapidly submerging brackish marsh
Journal of Ecology (2012)
Latitudinal trends in Spartina alterniflora productivity and the response of coastal marshes to global change
Matthew L. Kirwan;Glenn R. Guntenspergen;James T. Morris.
Global Change Biology (2009)
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