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Frank H.J., Mather M.E., Muth R.M., Pautzke S.M., Smith J.M., Finn J.T..  2009.  The Adopt-a-Herring Program as a Fisheries Conservation Tool. Fisheries. 34:496-507.
Frank H.J., Mather M.E., Muth R.M., Pautzke S.M., Smith J.M., Finn J.T..  2009.  The Adopt-a-Herring Program as a Fisheries Conservation Tool. Fisheries. 34:496-507.
J. Langley A, Chapman SK, La Pierre KJ, Avolio M, Bowman WD, Johnson DS, Isbell F, Wilcox KR, Foster BL, Hovenden MJ et al..  2018.  Ambient changes exceed treatment effects on plant species abundance in global change experiments. Global Change Biology. 24:5668–5679.
Pellerin B.A., Wollheim W.M., Feng X., Vorosmarty C.J..  2007.  The application of electrical conductivity as a tracer for hydrograph separation in urban catchments.. Hydrological Processes. 22:1810-1818.
Ganju NK, Defne Z, Fagherazzi S.  2020.  Are Elevation and Open-Water Conversion of Salt Marshes Connected? Geophysical Research Letters. 47:e2019GL086703.
Ganju N.K., Defne Z., Fagherazzi S..  2020.  Are elevation and open‐water conversion of salt marshes connected? Geophysical Research Letters. 47
Mather M.E., Frank H.J., Smith J.M., Cormier R.D., Muth R.M., Finn J.T..  2012.  Assessing freshwater habitat of adult anadromous alewives at multiple scales: a common challenge for fish and watershed restoration. . Marine and Coastal Fisheries: Dynamics, Management, and Ecosystem Science. 4:188-200.
Mather M.E., Frank H.J., Smith J.M., Cormier R.D., Muth R.M., Finn J.T..  2012.  Assessing freshwater habitat of adult anadromous alewives at multiple scales: a common challenge for fish and watershed restoration. . Marine and Coastal Fisheries: Dynamics, Management, and Ecosystem Science. 4:188-200.
Walter J.F., Overton A.S., Ferry K.H., Mather M.E..  2003.  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.
Gourgue O, van Belzen J, Schwarz C, Vandenbruwaene W, Vanlede J, Belliard J-P, Fagherazzi S, Bouma TJ, van de Koppel J, Temmerman S.  2022.  Biogeomorphic modeling to assess the resilience of tidal-marsh restoration to sea level rise and sediment supply. Earth Surface Dynamics. 10:531–553.
Battin T.J., Kaplan L., Findlay S., Hopkinson C., Marti E., Packman A., Newbold J.D., Sabater F..  2008.  Biophysical controls on organic carbon fluxes in fluvial networks. Nature Geoscience. 1:95-100.
Liu Z, Gourgue O, Fagherazzi S.  2022.  Biotic and abiotic factors control the geomorphic characteristics of channel networks in salt marshes. Limnology and Oceanography. 67:89–101.
Donatelli C., Ganju N.K., Kalra T.S., Fagherazzi S., Leonardi N..  2019.  Changes in hydrodynamics and wave energy as a result of seagrass decline along the shoreline of a microtidal back-barrier estuary.. Advances in Water Resources. 128:183-192.
Sun S., Fagherazzi S., Liu Y..  2018.  Classification mapping of salt marsh vegetation byflexible monthly NDVItime-series using Landsat imagery. Estuarine and Coastal Shelf Science. 213:61-80.
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.
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.
Forbrich I., Giblin A.E., Hopkinson C.S..  2018.  Constraining Marsh Carbon Budgets Using Long-Term C Burial and Contemporary Atmospheric CO2 Fluxes. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. 123:867-878.
Liu Z, Fagherazzi S, Ma X, Xie C, Li J, Cui B.  2020.  Consumer control and abiotic stresses constrain coastal saltmarsh restoration. Journal of Environmental Management. 274:111110.
Lesser JS, Floyd O, Fedors K, Deegan LA, Johnson DS, Nelson JA.  2021.  Cross-habitat access modifies the ‘trophic relay’ in New England saltmarsh ecosystems. Food Webs. 29:e00206.
Lesser JS, Floyd O, Fedors K, Deegan LA, Johnson DS, Nelson JA.  2021.  Cross-habitat access modifies the ‘trophic relay’ in New England saltmarsh ecosystems. Food Webs. 29:e00206.
Fernandes A, Rollinson CR, Kearney WS, Dietze MC, Fagherazzi S.  2018.  Declining Radial Growth Response of Coastal Forests to Hurricanes and Nor'easters. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. 123:832–849.
Fernandes A., Rollinson C.R., Kearney W.S., Dietze M.C., Fagherazzi S..  2018.  Declining radial growth response of coastal forests to hurricanes and nor’easters. Journal of Geophysical Research. 123:832-849.
Fernandes A., Rollinson C.R., Kearney W.S., Dietze M.C., Fagherazzi S..  2018.  Declining radial growth response of coastal forests to hurricanes and nor’easters. Journal of Geophysical Research. 123:832-849.
Fernandes A, Rollinson CR, Kearney WS, Dietze MC, Fagherazzi S.  2018.  Declining Radial Growth Response of Coastal Forests to Hurricanes and Nor'easters. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. 123:832–849.
San Gil I., Sheldon W., Schmidt T., Servilaa M., Aguilar R., Gries C., Gray T., Field D., Cole J., J. Pan Y et al..  2008.  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.

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