Variations in tidal level in the Gulf of Mexico and implications for tidal wetlands
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This article discusses a study which was conducted to determine the relationship between mean sea level and mean high water in the Gulf of Mexico. Mean sea level is used as a reference to mark a change in overall water level. Monthly mean water levels were monitored for fluctuations at four stations along the Gulf coast. Extensive discussion of identifiable trends and correlations are included.