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Large scale RESToration of COASTal ecosystems through rivers to sea connectivity
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Edited by Agustín Sánchez-Arcilla, Ivan Caceres Rabionet, Boris Barov
The REST-COAST project is largely focused on improving the coastal restoration practices and techniques, while also generating new tools and data to assess risk reduction. Against this background, the REST-COAST RIO Collection will host key outputs relating to the restoration of the perturbated river-to-coast connectivity and the upscaling of the resilience and delivery of coastal ecosystem services. This Collection will continue to be developed as the REST-COAST project continues to promote innovative large-scale systemic restoration and enhanced delivery of ecosystem services and improved coastal biodiversity.
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Published in: Marine and Freshwater Research

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