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Fry B., Hopkinson C., Nolin A., Wainright S..  1998.  13C/12C composition of marine dissolved organic carbon.. Chemical Geology. 152:113-118.
Bouillon S., Boschker H.T.S..  2006.  Bacterial carbon sources in coastal sediments: a cross-system analysis based on stable isotope data of biomarkers. Biogeosciences. 3:175-185.
Nelson J.A., Deegan L., Garritt R.H..  2015.  Drivers of spatial and temporal variability in estuarine food webs. Marine Ecological Progress Series. 533:67-77.
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.
Haas H.L., Freeman C.J., Logan J.M., Deegan L, Gaines E.F..  2009.  Examining mummichog growth and movement: Are some individuals making intra-season migrations to optimize growth? Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 369:8-16.
Galvan K., Fleeger J.W., Peterson B., Drake D., Deegan L.A., Johnson D.S..  2011.  Natural abundance stable isotopes and dual isotope tracer additions help to resolve resources supporting a saltmarsh food web.. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 410:1-11.
Holmes R.M, Peterson B.J., Deegan L., Hughes J., Fry B..  2000.  Nitrogen biogeochemistry in the oligohaline zone of a New England estuary.. Ecology. 81:416-432.
Baker H.K., Nelson J, Leslie H.M..  2016.  Quantifying striped bass (Morone saxatilis) dependence on saltmarsh-derived productivity using stable isotope analysis. Estuaries and Coasts.
Drake D.C., Peterson B.J., Galván K.A., Deegan L.A., Fleeger J.W., Hopkinson C., Johnson J.M., Koop-Jakobsen K., Lemay L.E., Miller E.E. et al..  2009.  Salt marsh ecosystem biogeochemical responses to nutrient enrichment: A paired 15N tracer study.. Ecology. 90:2535-2546.
Galvan K., Fleeger J.W., Fry B..  2008.  Stable isotope addition reveals dietary importance of phytoplankton and microphytobenthos to saltmarsh infauna. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 359:37-49.