Cai Ladd

Cai Ladd
University of Glasgow | UofG · School of Geographical and Earth Sciences

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Associate Researcher in Mangrove Biogeomorphology at University of Glasgow
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Carbon stored in coastal wetland ecosystems is of global relevance to climate regulation. Broadscale inventories of this “blue” carbon store are currently lacking and labour intensive. Sampling 23 salt marshes in the United Kingdom, we developed a Saltmarsh Carbon Stock Predictor (SCSP) with the capacity to predict up to 44% of spatial variation in...
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Carbon stored in coastal wetland ecosystems is of global relevance to climate regulation. Broad-scale inventories of this "blue" carbon store are currently lacking and labour intensive. Sampling 23 salt marshes in the United Kingdom, we developed a Saltmarsh Carbon Stock Predictor (SCSP) with the capacity to predict up to 44% of spatial variation i...
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Background: Plants play a pivotal role in soil stabilization, with above-ground vegetation and roots combining to physically protect soil against erosion. It is possible that diverse plant communities boost root biomass, with knock-on positive effects for soil stability, but these relationships are yet to be disentangled. Question: We hypothesiz...
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Appendix S1. Additional methods section with step‐wise regression predictor selection.
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Appendix S3. Supplementary graph of above‐ground and root biomass and soil organic matter.
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Appendix S4. Additional results section with detailed soil characteristics of Morecambe Bay and Essex salt marsh grasslands.
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Appendix S5. Supplementary graph of regional differences in erosion rate.
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Appendix S2. Vegetation core section results.

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