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Climate Change Implications for Tidal Marshes and Food Web Linkages to Estuarine and Coastal Nekton. Estuaries and Coasts. 44:1637–1648.. 2021.
Cross-habitat access modifies the ‘trophic relay’ in New England saltmarsh ecosystems. Food Webs. 29:e00206.. 2021.
Geographic Variation in Salt Marsh Structure and Function for Nekton: a Guide to Finding Commonality Across Multiple Scales. Estuaries and Coasts. 44:1497–1507.. 2021.
Rapid recovery of carbon cycle processes after the cessation of chronic nutrient enrichment. Science of The Total Environment. 750:140927.. 2021.
Resolving Estuarine Nitrogen Use by Phytoplankton Communities Using a Whole Ecosystem Tracer Approach. Estuaries and Coasts. 44:1883–1898.. 2021.
Tidal Marsh Restoration Optimism in a Changing Climate and Urbanizing Seascape. Estuaries and Coasts. 44:1681–1690.. 2021.
Fisheries rely on threatened salt marshes. Science. 370:670–671.. 2020.
Habitat decoupling via saltmarsh creek geomorphology alters connection between spatially-coupled food webs. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 241:106825.. 2020.
Feedbacks Between Nutrient Enrichment and Geomorphology Alter Bottom-Up Control on Food Webs. Ecosystems. 22:229–242.. 2019.