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Watson E.B., Wigand C., Oczkowski A.J., Sundberg K., Vendettuoli D., Jayaraman S., Saliba K., Morris J.T..  2015.  Ulva additions alter soil biogeochemistry and negatively impact Spartina alterniflora growth. Marine Ecological Progress Series. 532:59-72.
Yoo G..  2018.  Investigations of pond metabolism in temperate salt marshes of Massachusetts. BS
Luciano K.E..  2007.  Investigation into the relationship between morphology and tidal flux in ditched and non-ditched salt marsh creek systems, Rowley, Massachusetts. B.S.
Bauer C..  2018.  Interacting effects of genotype and the environment on tallform Spartina alterniflora. MS
Bowen J.L., Crump B.C., Deegan L.A., Hobbie J.E..  2009.  Increased supply of ambient nitrogen has minimal effect on salt marsh bacterial production. Limnology and Oceanography . 54:713-722.
Mudd S.M., Howell S., Morris J.T..  2009.  Impact of the dynamic feedback between sedimentation, sea level rise, and biomass production on near surface marsh stratigraphy and carbon accumulation. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 82:377-389.
Koop-Jakobsen K..  2008.  The impact of increased Nitrogen Loading on Gaseous Loss of Nitrogen from Salt Marsh Sediments. Ph.D.
Lemay L.E..  2007.  The impact of drainage ditches on salt marsh flow patterns, sedimentation and morphology: Rowley River, Massachusetts. M.S.

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