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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.
Fry B., Cieri M., Hughes J., Tobias C., Deegan L.A., Peterson B..  2008.  Stable isotope monitoring of benthic-pelagic coupling with salt marsh fish. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 369:193-204.
Crosby S.C., Angermeyer A., Adler J.M., Bertness M.D., Deegan L.A., Sibinga N., Leslie H.M..  2016.  Spartina alterniflora biomass allocation and temperature: implications for salt marsh persistence with sea-level rise. Estuaries and Coasts.
Pautzke S.M., Mather M.E., Finn J.T., Deegan L.A., Muth R.M..  2010.  Seasonal use of a New England estuary by foraging contingents of migratory striped bass. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 139:257-269.
Johnson D.S., Warren R.S., Deegan L.A., Mozdzer T.J..  2016.  Saltmarsh plant responses to eutrophication. Ecological Applications.
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.
Crosby S.C., Sax D., Palmer M.E., Booth H.S., Deegan L.A., Bertness M.D., Leslie H.M..  2016.  Salt marsh persistence is threatened by predicted sea-level rise. Estuarine and Coastal Shelf Science. 181:93-99.
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.