Impacts of Submerging and Emerging Shorelines on Various Biota and Indigenous Alaskan Harvesting Patterns

Johnson, A.C.; Noel, J.; Gregovich, D.P.; Kruger, L.E., and Buma, B., 2019. Impacts of submerging and emerging
shorelines on various biota and indigenous Alaskan harvesting patterns. Journal of Coastal Research, 35(4), 765–775.
Coconut Creek (Florida), ISSN 0749-0208.
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PNW Research Station

"Coastal geomorphic change results from sea-level rise and relative sea-level lowering associated with land rebound (postglacial isostatic rebound) subsequent to glacier retreat (Elliot et al., 2010; Larsen et al., 2005; Snay et al., 2016), along with other processes. Although sea-level rise is a noted climatic change threatening community viability (Hauer, Evans, and Mishra, 2016; Pachauri et al., 2014), effects of isostatic rebound may also be significant (Kont et al., 2008; Reeder-Myers et al., 2015)."