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Morris J.T..  2006.  Competition among marsh macrophytes by means of geomorphological displacement in the intertidal zone.. Estuarine and Coastal Shelf Science. 69:395-402.
Morris J.T., Barber D.C., Callaway J.C., Chambers R., Hagen S.C., Hopkinson C.S., Johnson B.J., Megonigal P., Neubauer S.C., Troxler T. et al..  2016.  Contributions of organic and inorganic matter to sediment volume and accretion in tidal wetlands at steady state. Earth's Future. 4:110-121.
Weston N.B..  2013.  Declining Sediments and Rising Seas: an Unfortunate Convergence for Tidal Wetlands. Estuaries and Coasts.
Fagherazzi S..  2013.  The ephemeral life of a salt marsh. Geology. 41:943-944.
Mudd S.M., Howell S., Morris J.T..  2009.  Impact of the dynamic feedback between sedimentation, sea level rise, and biomass production on near surface marsh stratigraphy and carbon accumulation. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 82:377-389.
Kirwan M.L., Guntenspergen G.R., D'Alpaos A., Morris J.T, Mudd S.M., Temmerman S..  2010.  Limits on the adaptability of coastal marshes to rising sea level. Geophysical Research Letters. 37
Kirwan M.L., Temmerman S., Skeehan E.E., Guntenspergen G.R., Fagherazzi S..  2016.  Overestimation of marsh vulnerability to sea level rise. Nature Climate Change.
Crosby S.C., Sax D., Palmer M.E., Booth H.S., Deegan L.A., Bertness M.D., Leslie H.M..  2016.  Salt marsh persistence is threatened by predicted sea-level rise. Estuarine and Coastal Shelf Science. 181:93-99.