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Population size and site fidelity of Fundulus heteroclitus in a macrotidal saltmarsh creek. Biological Bulletin. 195:238-239.. 1998.
Nitrogen flow through the food web in the oligohaline zone of a New England estuary.. Ecology. 81:433-452.. 2000.
Typical freshwater bacteria: an analysis of available 16S rRNA gene sequences from plankton of freshwater lakes and rivers.. Aquatic Microbial Ecology. 28:141-155.. 2002.
Atlantic coast feeding habits of striped bass: a synthesis of data supporting a comprehensive coast-wide understanding of the trophic biology. Fisheries Management and Ecology. 10:349-360.. 2003.
Microbial biogeography along an estuarine salinity gradient: the combined influences of bacterial growth and residence time.. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 70:1494-1505.. 2004.
The effect of habitat loss and degradation on fisheries.. The Decline of Fisheries Resources in New England: Evaluating the Impact of Overfishing, Contamination, and Habitat Degradation. MITSG 05-5:67-96.. 2005.
Integrating LIDAR, multispectral imagery and neural network modeling techniques for marsh classification.. International Journal of Remote Sensing. 26:5221-5234.. 2005.
Synchrony and seasonality in bacterioplankton communities of two temperate rivers. Limnology and Oceanography. 50:1718-1729.. 2005.
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.. 2006.
Effect of historical changes in land use and climate on the water budget of an urbanizing watershed. Water Resources Research. 42. 2006.
Experimental nutrient enrichment of a New England salt marsh: plant productivity and community composition responses. M.S.. 2006.
Functionally distinct communities of ammonia-oxidizing bacteria along an estuarine salinity gradient. Environmental Microbiology. 9:1439-1447.. 2007.
Susceptibility of salt marshes to nutrient enrichment and predator removal. Ecological Applications. 17:S-42-S63.. 2007.
Worm holes and their space-time continuum: Spatial and temporal variability of macroinfaunal annelids in a northern New England salt marsh. Estuaries and Coasts. 30:226-237.. 2007.
Defining Linkages between the GSC and NSF's LTER Program: How the Ecological Metadata Language (EML) Relates to GCDML and Other Outcomes. Omics. 12:151-156.. 2008.
The diet of saltmarsh invertebrates. Ph.D.:238.. 2008.
Do spur-throated grasshoppers, Melanoplus spp. (Orthoptera: Acrididae), exert top-down control on smooth cordgrass Spartinaalterniflora in northern New England? Estuaries and Coasts. 31:912-919.. 2008.
Land change: Ecosystem responses to urbanization and pollution across climatic and societal gradients. Frontiers in Ecology and Environment. 6:264-272.. 2008.
Stable isotope addition reveals dietary importance of phytoplankton and microphytobenthos to saltmarsh infauna. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 359:37-49.. 2008.
Stable isotope monitoring of benthic-pelagic coupling with salt marsh fish. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 369:193-204.. 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.. 2008.
Top-down and bottom-up control of infauna varies across the saltmarsh landscape. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 357:20-34.. 2008.