- Author:Clare Lloyd
- Publisher:Severn House Publishers Ltd (April 24, 1981)
- Pages:160 pages
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The Severn Estuary (Welsh: Aber Hafren) is the estuary of the River Severn, the longest river in Great Britain. It is the confluence of four major rivers, being the Severn, Wye, Usk and Avon, and other smaller rivers. Its high tidal range, approximately 50 feet (15 m), means that it has been at the centre of discussions in the UK regarding renewable energy.
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Begun in 1977 as Chesapeake Science, the journal has gradually expanded its scope and circulation
Begun in 1977 as Chesapeake Science, the journal has gradually expanded its scope and circulation. The interface is broadly defined to include estuaries and nearshore coastal waters including lagoons, wetlands, tidal rivers, shorelands, and beaches.
Estuaries also house unique plant communities. Salt marsh grasses and other estuarine plants help to prevent pollution, erosion, floods, and stabilize our shoreline. Ahh. ll that and beautiful too. In addition to creating a food web for the multitudes of fish, birds, and mammals, estuaries also provide habitat for 75 percent of America’s commercial fish catch and 80 to 90 percent of the recreational fish catch, for our human dining pleasure. Estuaries are where the environment truly is the economy.