Muddy Coast resources


– 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.

Online resources

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

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