Extent of English salt marshes up 7% in 17 years, says EA report

The amount of salt marsh around the coast of England has increased by 7% over the past 17 years, according to an Environment Agency (EA) report, but the document also flags research suggesting that nearly all tidal salt marshes in Great Britain could be "in retreat as a result of sea level rise by 2100".

by Michael Donnelly

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