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Machas R..  1999.  Analise isotopica da cadeia alimentar da Ria Formosa: Conribuicao relitiva dos produtores primaries. M.S.
Machas R., Santos R., Peterson B..  2003.  Tracing the flow of organic matter from primary producers to filter feeders in Ria Formosa Lagoon, Southern Portugal. Estuaries. 26:846-856.
Machas R., Santos R..  1999.  Sources of organic matter in Ria Formosa revealed by stable isotope analysis. Acta Oecologica. 20:463-469.
Mariotti G., Kearney W.S., Fagherazzi S..  2019.  Soil creep in a mesotidal salt marsh channel bank: Fast, seasonal,and water table mediated. Geomorphology. 334:126-137.
Mariotti G., Valentine K., Fagherazzi S..  2015.  Time-dependent behavior of a placed bed of cohesive sediment subjected to erosion and deposition cycles. Ocean Dynamics. 65:287-294.
Mariotti G., Kearney W.S., Fagherazzi S..  2016.  Soil creep in salt marshes. Geology.
Mariotti G., Fagherazzi S..  2012.  Modeling the effect of tides and waves on benthic biofilms.. Journal of Geophysical Research. 117
Martinez-Soto K.S., Johnson D.S..  2020.  The density of the Atlantic marsh fiddler crab (Minuca pugnax, Smith, 1870) (Decapoda: Brachyura: Ocypodidae) in its expanded range in the Gulf of Maine, USA . Journal of Crustacean Biology. 40:544-548.
Mather M.E., Finn J.T., Kennedy C.G., Deegan L.A., Smith J.M..  2013.  What happens in an estuary doesn’t stay there: patterns of biotic connectivity resulting from long term ecological research. . Oceanography. 26:168-179.
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., Finn J.T., Ferry K.H., Deegan L.A., Nelson G.A..  2009.  Use of non-natal estuaries by migratory striped bass (Morone saxatilis) in summer. Fishery Bulletin. 107:329-337.
Mather M.E., Finn J.T., Pautzke S.M., Fox D., Savoy T., III H.M.Brundage, Deegan L.A., Muth R.M..  2010.  Diversity in destinations, routes and timing of small adult and sub-adult striped bass Morone saxatilis on their southward autumn migration. Journal of Fish Biology. 77:2326-2337.
Mayer L.A., Boufadel M.C., Brenner J., Carney R.S., Cooper C.K., Deming J.W., Die D.J., Eagle J., Geraci J.R., Knuth B.A. et al..  2013.  An Ecosystem Services Approach to Assessing the Impacts of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill in the Gulf of Mexico. :246.
McConnell W.J., Millington J.D.A., Reo N.J., Alberti M., Asbjornsen H., Baker L.A., Brozović N., Drinkwater L.E., Drzyzga S.A., Fragoso J. et al..  2011.  Research on coupled human and natural Systems (CHANS): Approach, challenges and strategies. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America. 92:218-228.
McDermott J..  2017.  Use of one versus two time points for calibration of land change models. M.S.
Menard S..  1999.  Land-use change and regional growth in the Ipswich watershed basin.. B.S.
Mendelssohn I.A, Morris J.T..  2000.  Ecophysiological controls on the growth of Spartina alterniflora. Concepts and Controversies in Tidal Marsh Ecology. :59-80.
Meybeck M., Vorosmarty C.J..  2005.  Fluvial filtering of land to ocean fluxes: from Holocene variations to Anthrocene.. Compte Rendus. 337:107-123.
Miller E.E..  2006.  Experimental nutrient enrichment of a New England salt marsh: plant productivity and community composition responses. M.S.
Miller G.J., Morris J.T., Wang C..  2019.  Estimating Aboveground Biomass and Its Spatial Distribution in Coastal Wetlands Utilizing Planet Multispectral Imagery. Remote Sensing. 11
Miller G.  2019.  Salt marsh health and biomass responses to a changing environment.
Miller G.J.  2019.  Salt marsh health and biomass responses to a changing environment. :140.

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