Neil Saintilan
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The vulnerability of Indo-Pacific mangrove forests to sea-level rise
CE Lovelock, DR Cahoon, DA Friess, GR Guntenspergen, KW Krauss, ...
Nature 526 (7574), 559-563, 2015
How mangrove forests adjust to rising sea level
KW Krauss, KL McKee, CE Lovelock, DR Cahoon, N Saintilan, R Reef, ...
New phytologist 202 (1), 19-34, 2014
Mangrove expansion and salt marsh decline at mangrove poleward limits
N Saintilan, NC Wilson, K Rogers, A Rajkaran, KW Krauss
Global change biology 20 (1), 147-157, 2014
Mangrove sedimentation and response to relative sea-level rise
CD Woodroffe, K Rogers, KL McKee, CE Lovelock, IA Mendelssohn, ...
Annual review of marine science 8, 243-266, 2016
Coastal wetland vulnerability to relative sea-level rise: wetland elevation trends and process controls
DR Cahoon, PF Hensel, T Spencer, DJ Reed, KL McKee, N Saintilan
Wetlands and natural resource management, 271-292, 2006
Wetland carbon storage controlled by millennial-scale variation in relative sea-level rise
K Rogers, JJ Kelleway, N Saintilan, JP Megonigal, JB Adams, ...
Nature 567 (7746), 91-95, 2019
Mangrove transgression into saltmarsh environments in south‐east Australia
N Saintilan, RJ Williams
Global Ecology and Biogeography 8 (2), 117-124, 1999
Thresholds of mangrove survival under rapid sea level rise
N Saintilan, NS Khan, E Ashe, JJ Kelleway, K Rogers, CD Woodroffe, ...
Science 368 (6495), 1118-1121, 2020
Allochthonous and autochthonous contributions to carbon accumulation and carbon store in southeastern Australian coastal wetlands
N Saintilan, K Rogers, D Mazumder, C Woodroffe
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 128, 84-92, 2013
Review of the ecosystem service implications of mangrove encroachment into salt marshes
JJ Kelleway, K Cavanaugh, K Rogers, IC Feller, E Ens, C Doughty, ...
Global Change Biology 23 (10), 3967-3983, 2017
Vegetation change and surface elevation dynamics in estuarine wetlands of southeast Australia
K Rogers, KM Wilton, N Saintilan
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 66 (3-4), 559-569, 2006
Seventy years of continuous encroachment substantially increases ‘blue carbon’capacity as mangroves replace intertidal salt marshes
JJ Kelleway, N Saintilan, PI Macreadie, CG Skilbeck, A Zawadzki, ...
Global change biology 22 (3), 1097-1109, 2016
Mangrove encroachment of salt marsh in Western Port Bay, Victoria: the role of sedimentation, subsidence, and sea level rise
K Rogers, N Saintilan, H Heijnis
Estuaries 28, 551-559, 2005
Response of Salt Marsh and Mangrove Wetlands to Changes in Atmospheric CO2, Climate, and Sea Level
K McKee, K Rogers, N Saintilan
Global change and the function and distribution of wetlands, 63-96, 2012
Woody plant encroachment of grasslands: a comparison of terrestrial and wetland settings
N Saintilan, K Rogers
New Phytologist 205 (3), 1062-1070, 2015
Sedimentary factors are key predictors of carbon storage in SE Australian saltmarshes
JJ Kelleway, N Saintilan, PI Macreadie, PJ Ralph
Ecosystems 19, 865-880, 2016
Potential increase in coastal wetland vulnerability to sea-level rise suggested by considering hydrodynamic attenuation effects
JF Rodríguez, PM Saco, S Sandi, N Saintilan, G Riccardi
Nature communications 8 (1), 16094, 2017
The state of legislation and policy protecting Australia's mangrove and salt marsh and their ecosystem services
K Rogers, PI Boon, S Branigan, NC Duke, CD Field, JA Fitzsimons, ...
Marine Policy 72, 139-155, 2016
Surface elevation dynamics in a regenerating mangrove forest at Homebush Bay, Australia
K Rogers, N Saintilan, D Cahoon
Wetlands Ecology and Management 13, 587-598, 2005
Above-and below-ground biomasses of two species of mangrove on the Hawkesbury River estuary, New South Wales
N Saintilan
Marine and freshwater research 48 (2), 147-152, 1997
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