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Bain D.J., Hale R.L., Wollheim W.M..  2012.  Urban Geochemistry: Hotbeds of Biogeochemical Diversity: Insights from Urban Long-Term Ecological Research Sites. Elements. 8:435-438.
Barnes R.T., Raymond P.A.  2009.  The contribution of agricultural and urban activities to inorganic carbon fluxes within temperate watersheds.. Chemical Geology. 266:318-327.
Bauer J.E., Cai W-J., Raymond P.A, Bianchi T.S., Hopkinson C.S., Regnier P.A.G..  2013.  The changing carbon cycle of the coastal ocean.. Nature. 504:61-70.
Bernhard A., Landry Z.C., Blevins A., Torre J.R.de al, Giblin A.E., Stahl D.A..  2010.  Abundance of ammonia-oxidizing Archaea and Bacteria along an estuarine salinity gradient in relationship to potential nitrification rates.. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 76:1285-1289.
Bernhard A.E., Tucker J., Giblin A.E., Stahl D.A..  2007.  Functionally distinct communities of ammonia-oxidizing bacteria along an estuarine salinity gradient. Environmental Microbiology. 9:1439-1447.
Bernot M.J., Bernot R.J., Morris J.T..  2009.  Nutrient cycling relative to δ15N and δ13C natural abundance in a coastal wetland with long-term nutrient additions. Aquatic Ecology.
Blanchard S., Pontius, Jr. R.G., 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.
Blanchard S..  2010.  Implications of using fine versus coarse spatial resolution data in LUCC. MS Degree
Bowen J.L., Crump B.C., Deegan L.A., Hobbie J.E..  2009.  Salt marsh sediment bacteria: their distribution and response to external nutrient inputs. The ISME Journal. 3:924-934.
Bowen J.L., Ward B.B., Morrison H.G., Hobbie J.E., Valiela I., Deegan L.A., Sogin M.L..  2011.  Microbial community composition in salt marsh sediments resists perturbation by nutrient enrichment. The ISME Journal. 5:1540-1548.
Bowen J.L., Crump B.C., Deegan L.A., Hobbie J.E..  2009.  Increased supply of ambient nitrogen has minimal effect on salt marsh bacterial production. Limnology and Oceanography . 54:713-722.
Broo S..  2009.  Sensitivity Analysis for Scenarios of Water Withdrawal in Massachusetts. M.S.
Buchsbaum R., Catena E.H., James-Pirri M.J..  2006.  Changes in salt marsh vegetation, Phragmites australis, and nekton in response to increased tidal flushing in a New England salt marsh.. Wetlands. 26:544-557.
Buchsbaum R., Powell J.C..  2008.  Symposium Review: Long term shifts in faunal assemblages in North American estuaries: A review of a workshop held at the biennial meeting of the Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation (CERF), November 2007, Providence, Rhode Island.. Reviews in Fisheries Biology and Fisheries. 18:447-450.
Buchsbaum R.N., Deegan L.A., Horowitz J., Garritt R.H., Ludlam J.P., Shull D.H.  2009.  Effects of regular salt marsh haying on marsh plants, algae, invertebrates and birds at Plum Island Sound, Massachusetts. Wetlands Ecology and Management. 17:469-487.
Buchsbaum R..  2009.  Striped bass: the coastal connection.. Sanctuary. 48:9-11.
Buchsbaum R.N., Wigand C.A..  2012.  Adaptive management and monitoring as fundamental tools to effective salt marsh restoration.. Restoring Tidal Flow to Salt Marshes: A Synthesis of Science and Management in New England (USA).

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