PIE LTER Publications

Found 440 results
2013
Runfola D.M., Polsky C., Giner N., Jr R.G.Pontius, Nicolson C..  2013.  Future Suburban Development and the Environmental Implications of Lawns: A Case Study in New England, USA. Modeling of Land-use and Ecological Dynamics. :119-141.
Runfola D.M., Polsky C., Nicolson C., Giner N.M., Jr R.G.Pontius, Krahe J., Decatur A.  2013.  A growing concern? Examining the influence of lawn size on residential water use in suburban Boston, MA, USA Landscape and Urban Planning. 119:113-123.
Kennedy C.G..  2013.  Habitat heterogeneity concentrates predators in the seascape: linking intermediate-scale estuarine habitat to striped bass distribution. MS
Hale R.L., Hoover J.H., Wollheim W.M., Vorosmarty C.J.  2013.  History of nutrient inputs to the Northeastern United States, 1930-2000.. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 27:578-591.
Giblin A.E., Tobias C.R., Song B., Weston N.B., Banta G.T., Rivera-Monroy V.H..  2013.  The importance of dissimilatory nitrate reduction to ammonium (DNRA) in the nitrogen cycle of coastal ecosystems.. Oceanography. 26:124-131.
Mitwally H.M., Fleeger J.W..  2013.  Long-term nutrient enrichment elicits a weak density response by saltmarsh meiofauna. Hydrobiologia. 713:97-114.
Peters D.P.C., Laney C.M., Lugo A.E., Collins S.L., Driscoll C.T., Groffman P.M., Grove J.M., Knapp A.K., JKratz T.K., Ohman M.D. et al..  2013.  Long-Term Trends in Ecological Systems: A Basis for Understanding Responses to Global Change.. Technical Bulletin Number 1931:396.
Aldwaik S., Jr R.G.Pontius.  2013.  Map errors that could account for deviations from a uniform intensity of land change. International Journal of Geographical Information Science.
Runfola D.S.M., Jr R.G.Pontius.  2013.  Measuring the temporal instability of land change using the Flow matrix. International Journal of Geographical Information Science.
Hobbie J.E, Hobbie E.A..  2013.  Microbes in nature are limited by carbon and energy: the starving-survival lifestyle in soil and consequences for estimating microbial rates. Frontiers in Terrestrial Microbiology.
Lockfield K., Fleeger J.W., Deegan L.A..  2013.  Mummichog, Fundulus heteroclitus, responses to long-term, whole-ecosystem nutrient enrichment.. Marine Ecological Progress Series. 492:211-222.
Pascal P-Y., Fleeger J.W., Boschker H.T.S., Mitwally H.M., Johnson D.S..  2013.  Response of the benthic food web to short- and long-term nutrient enrichment in saltmarsh mudflats.. Marine Ecological Progress Series. 474:27-41.
Rosenblatt A., Heithaus M.R., Mather M.E., Matich P., Nifong J.C., Ripple W.J., Silliman B.R..  2013.  The roles of large top predators in coastal ecosystems: new insights from Long-Term Ecological Research.. Oceanography. 26:156-167.
Morris J.T., Sundberg K., Hopkinson C.S..  2013.  Salt marsh primary production and its responses to relative sea level and nutrients. Oceanography. 26:78-84.
Giner N.M., Polsky C., Jr R.G.Pontius, Runfola D.M..  2013.  Understanding the social determinants of lawn landscapes: A fine-resolution spatial statistical analysis in suburban Boston, Massachusetts, USA.. Landscape and Urban Planning. 111:25-33.
Giner N.M..  2013.  Validating, analyzing, and predicting lawn maps: Application of GIScience and spatial analysis in the northern Boston suburbs. Ph.D.:141.
Mather M.E., Finn J.T., Kennedy C.G., Deegan L.A., Smith J.M..  2013.  What happens in an estuary doesn’t stay there: patterns of biotic connectivity resulting from long term ecological research.. Oceanography. 26:168-179.
Gober P., Larson K.L., Quay R., Polsky C., Chang H., Shandas V..  2013.  Why Land Planners and Water Managers Don't Talk to One Another and Why They Should!. Society and Natural Resources. 26:356-364.

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