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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.
Pontius, Jr. R.G., Huffaker D., Denman K..  2004.  Useful techniques of validation for spatially explicit land-change models.. Ecological Modeling. 179:445-461.
Smith J.M., Mather M.E..  2011.  Using assemblage data in ecological indicators: a comparison and evaluation of commonly available statistical tools. Ecological Indicators. 13:253-262.
Runfola D.M., Hamill T.A., Pontius, Jr. R.G., Rogan J., Giner N., Decatur A., Ratick S..  2014.  Using Fine Resolution Orthoimagery and Spatial Interpolation to Rapidly Map Turf Grass in Suburban Massachusetts. International Journal of Geospatial and Environmental Research . 1
Taylor R..  2017.  Using geomorphology and animal “individuality” to understand ‘scape-scale predator distributions. M.S.
Vallino J.J., Huber J.A..  2018.  Using Maximum Entropy Production to Describe Microbial Biogeochemistry Over Time and Space in a Meromictic Pond. Frontiers in Environmental Science.
Howard EM, Forbrich I, Giblin AE, Lott DE, Cahill KL, Stanley RHR.  2018.  Using Noble Gases to Compare Parameterizations of Air‐Water Gas Exchange and to Constrain Oxygen Losses by Ebullition in a Shallow Aquatic Environment. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. 123:2711–2726.
Zhang X, Jones CE, Oliver-Cabrera T, Simard M, Fagherazzi S.  2022.  Using rapid repeat SAR interferometry to improve hydrodynamic models of flood propagation in coastal wetlands. Advances in Water Resources. 159:104088.
Giner N.M..  2013.  Validating, analyzing, and predicting lawn maps: Application of GIScience and spatial analysis in the northern Boston suburbs. Ph.D.:141.
Harati S, Perez L, Molowny-Horas R, Pontius RGilmore.  2021.  Validating models of one-way land change: an example case of forest insect disturbance. Landscape Ecology. 36:2919–2935.
Kiehn W.M., Morris J.T..  2010.  Variability in dimethylsulfoniopropionate (DMSP) in Spartina alterniflora and its effect on Littoraria irrorata.. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 406:47-55.
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.
Burdick D., Buchsbaum R., Holt E..  2001.  Variation in soil salinity associated with the expansion of Phragmites australis in salt marshes. Environmental and Experimental Botany. 46:247-261.
Zappa C.J, Raymond P.A., Terray E.A., McGillis W.R..  2003.  Variation in surface turbulence and the gas transfer velocity in estuaries over a tidal cycle in a macrotidal estuary.. Estuaries. 26:1401-1415.
Mozdzer T.J..  2009.  Variation in the availability and utilization of dissolved organic nitrogen by the smooth cordgrass, Spartina alterniflora. PhD.:179.
Fagherazzi S., Nordio G., Munz K., Catucci D., Kearney W.S..  2019.  Variations in persistence and regenerative zones in coastal forests triggered by sea level rise and storms.. Remote Sensing. 11
Palazzoli I, Leonardi N., Jimenez-Robles A.M., Fagherazzi S..  2020.  Velocity skew controls the flushing of a tracer in a system of shallow bays with multiple inlets.. Continental Shelf Research. 192
Hamill T..  2010.  Visualizing and computing land cover proportions. Bachelor's Degree, High Honors
Pontius, Jr. R.G., Versluis A.J., Malizia N.R..  2006.  Visualizing certainty of extrapolations from models of land change.. Landscape Ecology. 21:1151-1166.
Pontius, Jr. R.G., Versluis A.J., Malizia N.R..  2005.  Visualizing the certainty for extrapolations from models of landscape change. Conference proceedings of the meeting of Geocomputation. :6.
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.