MHHWMean Higher High Water
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The lower elevations measured were below the level of MHHW (mean higher high water - the higher of the two tides each day) recorded at Cedar Key, Florida, during the study (MHHW [greater than] 0.
7 m above MHHW (mean higher high water) at our study site.
where "i" is the year, "elevation" indicates median plot elevation (m NAVD88), MHHW is mean higher high water for the year at Cedar Key, Florida (in meters), and "distance" is the distance (in kilometers) along tidal creeks from the Gulf of Mexico to the point closest to the forested island.