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Salt marsh persistence is threatened by predicted sea-level rise. Estuarine and Coastal Shelf Science. 181:93-99.. 2016.
Salt marsh sediment bacteria: their distribution and response to external nutrient inputs. The ISME Journal. 3:924-934.. 2009.
Saltmarsh plant responses to eutrophication. Ecological Applications.. 2016.
Seasonal use of a New England estuary by foraging contingents of migratory striped bass. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 139:257-269.. 2010.
Spartina alterniflora biomass allocation and temperature: implications for salt marsh persistence with sea-level rise. Estuaries and Coasts.. 2016.
Stable isotope monitoring of benthic-pelagic coupling with salt marsh fish. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 369:193-204.. 2008.
Susceptibility of salt marshes to nutrient enrichment and predator removal. Ecological Applications. 17:S-42-S63.. 2007.
Top-down and bottom-up control of infauna varies across the saltmarsh landscape. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 357:20-34.. 2008.
Use of non-natal estuaries by migratory striped bass (Morone saxatilis) in summer. Fishery Bulletin. 107:329-337.. 2009.
What happens in an estuary doesn’t stay there: patterns of biotic connectivity resulting from long term ecological research. . Oceanography. 26:168-179.. 2013.
What makes mummichogs grow? The relationship between growth rates and gut contents of Fundulus heteroclitus held in enclosures along a salinity gradient in a New England salt marsh. New England Estuarine Research Society (NEERS).. 2004.