PIE LTER Publications

Found 460 results
2015
Williams B..  2015.  Distribution patterns of Melampus bidentatus and their implications on the effects of climate change on salt marsh animal populations. BS
Nelson J.A., Deegan L., Garritt R.H..  2015.  Drivers of spatial and temporal variability in estuarine food webs. Marine Ecological Progress Series. 533:67-77.
Larson K.L., Nelson K.C., Samples S.R., Hall S.J., Bettez N.D., Cavender-Bares J., Groffman P.M., Grove M., Heffernan J.B., Hobbie S. et al..  2015.  Ecosystem services in managing residential landscapes: priorities, value dimensions, and cross-regional patterns. Urban Ecosystems.
Rastetter E., Vallino J..  2015.  Ecosystem's 80th and the Reemergence of Emergence. Ecosystems. 18:735-739.
Crosby S.C., Ivens-Duran M., Bertness M.D., Davey E., Deegan L.A., Leslie H.M..  2015.  Flowering and biomass allocation in U.S. Atlantic coast Spartina alterniflora. American Journal of Botany. 102
Avolio M.L, La Pierre K.J., Houseman G.R., Koerner S.E., Grman E., Isbell F., Johnson D.S., Wilcox K.R..  2015.  A framework for quantifying the magnitude and variability of community responses to global change drivers. EcosphereEcosphere. 6
Smith M.D., La Pierre K.J., Collins S.L., Knapp A.K., Gross K.L., Barrett J.E., Frey S.D., Gough L., Miller R.J., Morris J.T. et al..  2015.  Global environmental change and the nature of aboveground net primary productivity responses: insights from long‑term experiments. Oecologia.
Blanchard S., Jr R.G.Pontius, Urban K.M..  2015.  Implications of using 2m versus 30 m spatial resolution data for suburban residential land change modeling. Journal of Environmental Informatics. 25:1-13.
Yang Q., Tian H., Friedrichs M.A.M., Hopkinson C.S., Lu C., Najjar R.G..  2015.  Increased nitrogen export from eastern North America to the Atlantic Ocean due to climatic and anthropogenic changes during 1901–2008. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. 120:1046-1068.
Mineau M.M., Wollheim W.M., Stewart R.J..  2015.  An index to characterize the spatial distribution of land use within watersheds and implications for river network nutrient removal and export. Geophysical Research Letters. 42
Watson E.B., Wigand C., Oczkowski A.J., Sundberg K., Vendettuoli D., Jayaraman S., Saliba K., Morris J.T..  2015.  Ulva additions alter soil biogeochemistry and negatively impact Spartina alterniflora growth. Marine Ecological Progress Series. 532:59-72.
Leonardi N., Fagherazzi S..  2015.  Local variability in erosional resistance affects large scale morphodynamic response of salt marshes to wind waves. Geophysical Research Letters. 42
Forbrich I., Giblin A.E..  2015.  Marsh-atmosphere exchange of CO2 in a New England salt marsh. Journal of Geophysical Research- Biogeosciences. 120
Leonardi N..  2015.  Modeling the effect of Marine Processes on Deltaic Wetland. PhD
Giblin A.E..  2015.  Mysteries in the marsh. Long-Term Ecological Research: Changing the Nature of Scientists.
Wollheim W.M., Stewart R.J., Aiken G.R., Butler K.D., Morse N.B., Salisbury J..  2015.  Removal of terrestrial dissolved organic carbon in aquatic ecosystems of a temperate river network. Geophysical Research Letters. 42
Johnson D.S..  2015.  The savory swimmer swims North: A northern range extension of the blue crab Callinectes sapidus? Journal of Crustacean Biology. 35:105-110.
Mariotti G., Valentine K., Fagherazzi S..  2015.  Time-dependent behavior of a placed bed of cohesive sediment subjected to erosion and deposition cycles. Ocean Dynamics. 65:287-294.
Kaushal S.S., McDowell W.H., Wollheim W.M., Johnson T.A.Newcomer, Mayer P.M., Belt K.T., Pennino M.J..  2015.  Urban evolution: the role of water. Water Resources Research. 7:4063-4087.
Morris J.T..  2015.  What long-term, place-based funding has meant. Long-Term Environmental Research: Changing the Nature of Scientists.

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