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Deegan L.A., Johnson D.S., Warren R.S., Peterson B.J., Fleeger J.W., Fagherazzi S., Wollheim W.M..  2012.  Coastal eutrophication as a driver of salt marsh loss. Nature. 490:388-392.
Johnson D.S., Jessen B.J..  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.
Johnson D.S..  2011.  High-marsh invertebrates are susceptible to eutrophication. Marine Ecological Progress Series. 438:142-152.
Johnson D.S., Fleeger J.W., Deegan L.A..  2009.  Large-scale manipulations reveal that top-down and bottom-up controls interact to alter habitat utilization by saltmarsh fauna. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 377:33-41.
Johnson D.S., Warren R.S., Deegan L.A., Mozdzer T.J..  2016.  Saltmarsh plant responses to eutrophication. Ecological Applications.
Deegan L.A., Bowen J.L., Drake D.C., Fleeger J.W., Friedrichs C.T., Galván K.A., Hobbie J.E., Hopkinson C., Johnson D.S., Johnson J.M. et al..  2007.  Susceptibility of salt marshes to nutrient enrichment and predator removal. Ecological Applications. 17:S-42-S63.
Johnson D.S., Fleeger J.W., Galván K.A., Moser E.B..  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.