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Vallino J.J., Algar C.K., N. Gonzales F, Huber J.A..  2014.  Use of receding horizon optimal control to solve MaxEP-based biogeochemistry problems. Beyond the Second Law: Entropy Production and Non-Equilibrium Systems. :337-359.
Varga O.G., Pontius, Jr. R.G., Singh S.K., Szabo S..  2019.  Intensity Analysis and the Figure of Merit’s components for assessment of a Cellular Automata – Markov simulation model. Ecological Indicators.
Versluis A.J., Pontius, Jr. R.G., Malizia N.R..  2004.  Visualizing the rate at which the accuracy of a land change prediction decays.. Conference proceedings of the meeting of the University Consortium for Geographic Information Science. :29.
Vieillard A., Fulweiler R.W.RW, Hughes Z., Carey J..  2011.  The ebb and flood of silica: Quantifying dissolved and biogenic silica fluxes from a temperate salt marsh. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 95:415-423.
Vieillard A.M., Fulweiler R.W..  2012.  Impacts of long-term fertilization on salt marsh tidal creek benthic nutrient and N2 gas fluxes. Marine Ecological Progress Series. 471:11-22.
Vineis J.H.  2022.  Nutrient influence on microbial structure and function within salt marsh sediments. Ph.D.
von Trapp K..  2010.  Drivers of Residential Lawn Care in Suburban Massachusetts: A Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis of Four Massachusetts Towns. Urban and Environmental Planning.
Vorosmarty C.J, Li C., Sun J., Dai Z..  1998.  Drainage basins, river systems, and anthropogenic change: the Chinese example. Asian Change in the Context of Global CHange: Impacts of Natural and Anthropogenic Changes in Asia on Global Biogeochemical Cycles. :210-244.
Vorosmarty C., Peterson B..  2000.  Macro-scale models of water and nutrient flux to the coastal zone. Estuarine Science: A Synthetic Approach to Research and Practice. :43-80.
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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.
Waltham NJ, Alcott C, Barbeau MA, Cebrian J, Connolly RM, Deegan LA, Dodds K, Gaines LAGoodrid, Gilby BL, Henderson CJ et al..  2021.  Tidal Marsh Restoration Optimism in a Changing Climate and Urbanizing Seascape. Estuaries and Coasts. 44:1681–1690.
Wan Z., Vallino J..  2005.  An inverse ecosystem model of year-to-year variations with first order approximation to the annual mean fluxes.. Ecological Modeling. 187:369-388.
Wang J, Dai Z, Mei X, Fagherazzi S.  2020.  Tropical Cyclones Significantly Alleviate Mega‐Deltaic Erosion Induced by High Riverine Flow. Geophysical Research Letters. 47
Wang J, Dai Z, Fagherazzi S, Zhang X, Liu X.  2022.  Hydro-morphodynamics triggered by extreme riverine floods in a mega fluvial-tidal delta. Science of The Total Environment. 809:152076.
Ward E..  2013.  The effects of urbanization on the aboveground carbon storage and tree species composition in the Boston Metropolitan Region. BS:45.
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.
Weston NB, Rodriguez E, Donnelly B, Solohin E, Jezycki K, Demberger S, Sutter LA, Morris JT, Neubauer SC, Craft CB.  2023.  Recent Acceleration of Wetland Accretion and Carbon Accumulation Along the U.S. East Coast. Earth's Future. 11151(312)
Weston N.B..  2013.  Declining Sediments and Rising Seas: an Unfortunate Convergence for Tidal Wetlands. Estuaries and Coasts.
Weston N.B., Giblin A.E., Banta G., Hopkinson C.S., Tucker J..  2010.  The effects of varying salinity on ammonium exchange in estuarine sediments of the Parker River, Massachusetts.. Estuaries and Coasts. 33:985-1003.
Whitney C..  2017.  Rates and drivers of nitrogen removal by fluvial wetlands in urbanizing coastal wetlands. M.S.:80.
Wiberg P.L., Fagherazzi S., Kirwan M.L..  2020.  Improving predictions of salt marsh evolution through better integration of data and models.. Annual Review of Marine Science. 12:389-413.
Wigand C., Watson E.B., Martin R., Johnson D.S., Warren R.S., Hansen A., Davey E., Johnson R., Deegan L..  2018.  Discontinuities in soil strength contribute to destabilization of nutrient‐enriched creeks. Ecosphere.
Wilcox KR, Tredennick AT, Koerner SE, Grman E, Hallett LM, Avolio ML, La Pierre KJ, Houseman GR, Isbell F, Johnson DSamuel et al..  2017.  Asynchrony among local communities stabilises ecosystem function of metacommunities. Ecology Letters. 20:1534–1545.
Williams M., Hopkinson C., Rastetter E., Vallino J..  2004.  N budgets and aquatic uptake in the Ipswich River basin, northeastern Massachusetts.. Water Resources Research. 40:1-12.
Williams B..  2015.  Distribution patterns of Melampus bidentatus and their implications on the effects of climate change on salt marsh animal populations. BS

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