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2017
Johnson D.S., Heard R..  2017.  Bottom-up control of parasites. Ecosphere. 8
Howard E..  2017.  Ecosystem metabolism in salt marsh tidal creeks and ponds: Applying triple oxygen isotopes and other gas tracers to novel environments. PhD
Fagherazzi S., Viggato T., Vieillard A.M., Mariotti G., Fulweiler R.W..  2017.  The effect of evaporation on the erodibility of mudflats in a mesotidal estuary. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 194:118-127.
Kearns P.J., Holloway D., Angell J.H., Feinman S.G., Bowen J.L..  2017.  Effect of short-term, diel changes in environmental conditions on active microbial communities in a salt marsh pond. Aquatc Microbial Ecology. 80:29-41.
Kearns P..  2017.  Factors that affect the composition and activity of salt marsh microbial communities: the effect of nutrient loading and diel cycles. PhD
Fernandes A..  2017.  The impact of extreme storm surges on Mid Atlantic coastal forests. MS
Pontius, Jr. R.G., Krithivasan R., Sauls L., Yan Y., Zhang Y..  2017.  Methods to summarize change among land categories across time intervals. Journal of Land Use Science. 12:218-230.
Kennedy C.G., Mather M.E., Smith J.M..  2017.  Quantifying Site-Specific Physical Heterogeneity Within an Estuarine Seascape. Estuaries and Coasts. 40:1385-1397.
Whitney C..  2017.  Rates and drivers of nitrogen removal by fluvial wetlands in urbanizing coastal wetlands. M.S.:80.
Rochlin I., Morris J.T..  2017.  Regulation of salt marsh mosquito populations by the 18.6-year lunar-nodal cycle. Ecology.
Pontius, Jr. R.G., Huang J., Jiang W., Khallaghi S., Lin Y., Liu J., Quan B., Ye S..  2017.  Rules to write mathematics to clarify metrics such as the land use dynamic degrees. Landscape Ecology. 32:2249-2260.
Johnson D.S., Williams B.L..  2017.  Sea level rise may increase extinction risk of a saltmarsh ontogenetic habitat specialist. Ecology and Evolution.
Spivak A.C., Gosselin K., Howard E., Mariotti G., Forbrich I., Stanley R., Sylva S.P..  2017.  Shallow ponds are heterogeneous habitats within a temperate salt marsh ecosystem. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. 122
Ganju N.K., Defne Z., Kirwan M.L., Fagherazzi S., D'Alpaos A., Carniello L..  2017.  Spatially integrative metrics reveal hidden vulnerability of microtidal salt marshes. Nature Communications. 8
Kearney W.S., Mariotti G., Deegan L.A, Fagherazzi S..  2017.  Stage-discharge relationship in tidal channels. Limnology and Oceanography. 15:394-407.
McDermott J..  2017.  Use of one versus two time points for calibration of land change models. M.S.
Taylor R..  2017.  Using geomorphology and animal “individuality” to understand ‘scape-scale predator distributions. M.S.
Koo K.A., Walker R.L., Davenport E.S., Hopkinson C.S..  2017.  Variability of Mya arenaria growth along an environmental gradient in the Plum Island Sound estuary, Massachusetts, USA. Wetlands Ecology and Management. 25:235-256.
2016
Philbrick S..  2016.  Analyzing the response of land change models to intractable problems. M.S.
Jr. J.D.Edwards.  2016.  Applicability of LiDAR Technology in Saltmarshes: Landscape-Scale Predictive Models to Local-Scale Biomass Estimation. M.S.:134.
Morris J.T., Barber D.C., Callaway J.C., Chambers R., Hagen S.C., Hopkinson C.S., Johnson B.J., Megonigal P., Neubauer S.C., Troxler T. et al..  2016.  Contributions of organic and inorganic matter to sediment volume and accretion in tidal wetlands at steady state. Earth's Future. 4:110-121.
Kennedy C.G., Mather M.E., Smith J.M., Finn J.T., Deegan L.A..  2016.  Discontinuities concentrate mobile predators: Quantifying organism-environment interactions at a seascape scale. Ecosphere. 7
Wollheim W.M..  2016.  From Headwaters to rivers to river networks: scaling in stream ecology. Streams In a Changing Environment. :349-388.
Graves C.J., Makrides E., Schmidt V., Giblin A.E., Cardon Z.G., Rand D.M..  2016.  Functional responses of salt marsh microbial communities to long-term nutrient enrichment. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 82:2862-2871.
Spivak A.C., Ossolinski J..  2016.  Limited effects of nutrient enrichment on bacterial carbon sources in salt marsh tidal creek sediments. Marine Ecological Progress Series. 544:107-130.

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