– Baptist, M. J. et al. (2019). Beneficial use of dredged sediment to enhance salt marsh development by applying a “Mud Motor”. Ecological Engineering, 127, 312–323.
– Deltares. (2018). Ecosystem-based adaptation at scale through Building with Nature: Towards resilient coasts in Indonesia.
– Deltares. (2019). Risk assessment North Java coast.
– Deltares. (2020). Effectiveness of ecosystem-based adaptation measures subject to sea level rise and land subsidence.
– EcoShape (2013). Best practices for creating new salt marshes in a saline estuarine setting, a literature study. (C145/12).
– Healy, T. et al. (2002). Muddy coasts of the world: Processes, deposits and function. Proceedings in Marine Science, 4, 1–542.
– Spalding, M. et al. (2014). Mangroves for coastal defence: Guidelines for coastal managers and policy makers. Wetlands International and The Nature Conservancy.
– Van Wesenbeeck, B. et al. (2015). Aquaculture induced erosion of tropical coastlines throws coastal communities back into poverty. Ocean and Coastal Management, 116, 466–469.
– Winterwerp, J. C. et al. (in press). Managing erosion of mangrove-mud coasts with permeable dams – lessons learned. Ecological Engineering.
– BE SAFE: Bio-engineering for safety using vegetated foreshores—overview of the fundamental research program
– BioManCo: Restoring mangrove coastlines—overview page of fundamental research program on restoring mangoves with many links and posts
– EcoShape Living Lab for Mud—website highlighting the integrated research carried out under this initiative
– Mangroves for coastal defence: Guidelines for coastal managers and policy makers: digital version of the guideline on mangrove restoration by Wetlands International and The Nature Conservancy
– Mangrove restoration: To plant or not to plant?—position paper by Wetlands International on mangrove restoration
– Supertrees: Meet Indonesia’s carbon guardian—Vox article on blue carbon storage by mangroves