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Saltwater marshes and wetlands are important buffers at the land-sea interface. Among the most biologically active ecosystems on Earth, natural and man-made wetlands are important interceptors of pollutants and nutrients bound for the coastal ocean. The transport, dilution, and deposition processes occurring within the marsh are key factors in determining this interception, and these are in turn determined largely by tidally driven flows as influenced by marsh vegetation and other physicaldoi:10.1575/1912/5667 fatcat:b4z2r7eqarhchnkibchdih4pr4