Sea Level Affecting Marshes Model (SLAMM)

SLAMM (Sea Level Affecting Marshes Model) is a tool that can be used to project how salt marshes may respond to sea level rise.  In essence, SLAMM predicts long term shoreline and habitat class changes as a function of land elevation, tide range, sea level rise, and other environmental factors.

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From The Long Island Sound Study