Quantitative assessment of human-induced impacts on marshes in Northeast China from 2000 to 2011
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Highlights•Relative impact contribution index was developed to assess human induced impacts.•CASA was used to estimate potential and actual net primary productivity of marshes.•Human activities still played negative roles in marsh reserves in Northeast China.•Human-induced impacts made a marshes productivity loss of 84 gC m−2 yr−1.•Decreased RICI during 2000–2011 indicates reduced human disturbance.

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