Exploiting beach filling as an unaffordable experiment Benthic intertidal impacts propagating upwards to shorebirds

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Journal Of Experimental Marine Biology And Ecology, 2006, 338 (2), pp. 205 - 221
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Cold-season filling using much coarser sediments than the native caused dramatic suppression of beach macroinvertebrates, demonstrably degrading habitat value for foraging shorebirds. As a dual consequence of persistent steepening of the foreshore, which
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