PIE LTER Publications
Effects of haying on salt marsh surface invertebrates. Biological Bulletin. 203:250-251.. 2002.
Effects of trawling and dredging on seafloor habitat.. Committee on Ecosystem Effects of Fishing<br/>. :107pp... 2002.
Lessons learned: the effects of nutrient enrichment on the support of nekton by seagrass and saltmarsh ecosystems.. Estuaries. 25:585-600.. 2002.
A monitoring protocol to assess tidal restoration of salt marshes on local and regional scales. Restoration Ecology. 10:556-563.. 2002.
Reconstruction of Historical Land Cover in the Ipswich Watershed.. Biological Bulletin. 203:253-254.. 2002.
Responses of coastal wetlands to rising sea level. Ecology. 83:2869-2877.. 2002.
Tidal flushing of ammonium from intertidal salt marsh sediments - the relative importance of adsorbed ammonium. Biological Bulletin. 203:258-259.. 2002.
Typical freshwater bacteria: an analysis of available 16S rRNA gene sequences from plankton of freshwater lakes and rivers.. Aquatic Microbial Ecology. 28:141-155.. 2002.
Uncertainty Analysis in Land Change Modeling: Constucting a Gridded Map from Tabular Data.. The Second International Conference on Geographic Information Science. :141-142.. 2002.
Benthic metabolism and nutrient regeneration on the continental shelf off eastern Massachusetts, USA. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 224:1-19.. 2001.
DOC cycling in a temperate estuary: A mass balance approach using natural 14C and 13C isotopes. Limnology and Oceanography. 46:655-667.. 2001.
The effects of salt marsh haying on benthic algal biomass. Biological Bulletin. 201:287-288.. 2001.
Gas exchange in rivers and estuaries: Choosing a gas transfer velocity. Estuaries. 24:312-217.. 2001.
Group 4: Unifying concepts for integrated coastal management.. Science and Integrated Coastal Management.. 2001.
Land-use change model validation by a ROC method for the Ipswich watershed, Massachusetts, USA. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment. 85:239-248.. 2001.
Modeling land-use change in the Ipswich watershed, Massachusetts, USA. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment. 85:83-94.. 2001.