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Morris J.T..  2006.  Competition among marsh macrophytes by means of geomorphological displacement in the intertidal zone.. Estuarine and Coastal Shelf Science. 69:395-402.
Morris J.T.  2010.  Competition among marsh macrophytes by means of vertical geomorphological displacement. Third International Conference on Invasive Spartina. :109-115.
Pontius, Jr. R.G..  2019.  Component intensities to relate difference by category with difference overall. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation.
Pontius RGilmore.  2019.  Component intensities to relate difference by category with difference overall. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation. 77:94–99.
Iwaniec DM, Gooseff M, Suding KN, Johnson DSamuel, Reed DC, Peters DPC, Adams B, Barrett JE, Bestelmeyer BT, Castorani MCN et al..  2021.  Connectivity: insights from the U.S. Long Term Ecological Research Network. Ecosphere. 12
Day J.W., Christian R.R., Boesch D.M., Yanez-Arancibia A., Morris J.T., Twilley R.R., Naylor L., Schaffner L., Stevenson C..  2008.  Consequences of climate change on the ecogeomorphology of coastal wetlands. Estuaries and Coasts. 31:477-491.
Burgess P..  1999.  Conservation and development in conflict.. M.S.
Buchsbaum R., Cooper A., LeBlanc J..  1999.  Conserving the Plum Island Sound/Rivers Ecosystem - A research report and management plan..
Forbrich I., Giblin A.E., Hopkinson C.S..  2018.  Constraining Marsh Carbon Budgets Using Long-Term C Burial and Contemporary Atmospheric CO2 Fluxes. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. 123:867-878.
Liu Z, Fagherazzi S, Ma X, Xie C, Li J, Cui B.  2020.  Consumer control and abiotic stresses constrain coastal saltmarsh restoration. Journal of Environmental Management. 274:111110.
Barnes R.T., Raymond P.A.  2009.  The contribution of agricultural and urban activities to inorganic carbon fluxes within temperate watersheds.. Chemical Geology. 266:318-327.
Morris J.T., Barber D.C., Callaway J.C., Chambers R., Hagen S.C., Hopkinson C.S., Johnson B.J., Megonigal P., Neubauer S.C., Troxler T. et al..  2016.  Contributions of organic and inorganic matter to sediment volume and accretion in tidal wetlands at steady state. Earth's Future. 4:110-121.
Zuidema S, Wollheim WM, Mineau MM, Green MB, Stewart RJ.  2018.  Controls of Chloride Loading and Impairment at the River Network Scale in New England. Journal of Environmental Quality. 47:839–847.
Wollheim W.M..  2005.  The controls of watershed nutrient export. Ph.D.
Raymond P.A., Bauer J.E., Caraco N.F., Cole J.J., Longworth B., Petsch S.T..  2004.  Controls on the variability of organic matter and dissolved inorganic carbon age in northeast U.S. rivers. Marine Chemistry. 92:353-366.
Steele M.K., Heffernan J.B., Bettez N.D., Cavender-Bares J., Groffman P.M., Grove J.M., Hall S., Hobbie S.E., Larson K., Morse J.L. et al..  2014.  Convergent Surface Water Distributions in U.S. Cities. Ecosystems.
Giner N.M., Polsky C., Pontius, Jr. R.G., Runfola D.M., S.J. R.  2014.  Creating spatially-explicit lawn maps without classifying remotely sensed imagery: The case of suburban Boston, Massachusetts, USA. Cities and the Environment. 7
Pontius, Jr. R.G..  2018.  Criteria to Confirm Models that Simulate Deforestation and Carbon Disturbance. Landscape and Ecological Engineering.
Lesser JS, Floyd O, Fedors K, Deegan LA, Johnson DS, Nelson JA.  2021.  Cross-habitat access modifies the ‘trophic relay’ in New England saltmarsh ecosystems. Food Webs. 29:e00206.