Ecologists study how mussels can help coastal erosion
Massachusetts has lost more than 40% of its salt marsh since colonial times, and much of what’s left is threatened by sea level rise, development and pollution. Ecologists are now studying whether a small creature called a “ribbed mussel” could help.
WBUR’s Barbara Moran reports.
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