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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 N.B..  2013.  Declining Sediments and Rising Seas: an Unfortunate Convergence for Tidal Wetlands. Estuaries and Coasts.
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., 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 CT, Wollheim WM, Gold AJ, Buonpane JM.  2023.  Small Reservoirs as Nitrogen Transformers: Accounting for Seasonal Variability in Inorganic and Organic Nitrogen Processing. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. 12815(11)
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 B..  2015.  Distribution patterns of Melampus bidentatus and their implications on the effects of climate change on salt marsh animal populations. BS
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 M., Hopkinson C., Rastetter E., Vallino J., Claussens L..  2005.  Relationships of land use and streamwater solute concentrations in the Ipswich River basin, northeastern Massachusetts.. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution. 161
Williams L., IV G.C.Noblitt, Buchsbaum R..  2001.  The effects of salt marsh haying on benthic algal biomass. Biological Bulletin. 201:287-288.
Wilson C.A., Hughes Z.J., FitzGerald D.M., Hopkinson C.S., Valentine V., Kolker A.S..  2014.  Saltmarsh pool and tidal creek morphodynamics: Dynamic equilibrium of northern latitude saltmarshes? Geomorphology. :99-115.
Wittyngham SS, Pant M, Martínez-Soto K, Johnson DS.  2021.  Biotic Recovery Following Ice-Rafting in a Salt Marsh. Estuaries and Coasts.
Wollheim W.M., Vorosmarty C.J., Bouwman A.F., Green P.A., Harrison J., Linder E., Peterson B.J., Green P.A., Seitzinger S., Syvitski J.P.M..  2008.  Global N removal by freshwater aquatic systems A spatially distributed, within-basin approach. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 22
Wollheim W.M., Green M.B., Pellerin B.A., Morse N.B., Hopkinson C.S..  2013.  Causes and Consequences of Ecosystem Service Regionalization in a Coastal Suburban Watershed. Estuaries and Coasts.
Wollheim W.M..  2005.  The controls of watershed nutrient export. Ph.D.
Wollheim W.M., Peterson B.J., Vorosmarty C., Hopkinson C., Thomas S.A..  2008.  Dynamics of N removal over annual time scales in a suburban river network. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences. 113
Wollheim W.M., Bernal S., Burns D.A., Czuba J.A., Driscoll C.T., Hansen A.T., Hensley R.T., Hosen J.D., Inamdar S., Kaushal S.S. et al..  2018.  River network saturation concept: factors influencing the balance of biogeochemical supply and demand of river networks. Biogeochemistry.
Wollheim W., Pellerin B., Vorosmarty C., Hopkinson C..  2005.  N retention in urbanizing headwater catchments. Ecosystems. 8:871-884.
Wollheim W.M., Vorosmarty C.J., Peterson B.J., Seitzinger S.P., Hopkinson C.S..  2006.  Relationship between river size and nutrient removal.. Geophysical Research Letters. 33
Wollheim W.M..  2016.  From Headwaters to rivers to river networks: scaling in stream ecology. Streams In a Changing Environment. :349-388.
Wollheim W.M., Stewart R.J., Aiken G.R., Butler K.D., Morse N.B., Salisbury J..  2015.  Removal of terrestrial dissolved organic carbon in aquatic ecosystems of a temperate river network. Geophysical Research Letters. 42

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