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Top-down and bottom-up control of infauna varies across the saltmarsh landscape. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 357:20-34.. 2008.
Susceptibility of salt marshes to nutrient enrichment and predator removal. Ecological Applications. 17:S-42-S63.. 2007.
The effect of habitat loss and degradation on fisheries.. The Decline of Fisheries Resources in New England: Evaluating the Impact of Overfishing, Contamination, and Habitat Degradation. MITSG 05-5:67-96.. 2005.
The effects of long term nutrient addition on a salt marsh community.. New England Estuarine Research Society (NEERS), March 7-9, 2004.. 2004.
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.
Ecological Variability in Space and Time: Insights Gained from the US LTER Program . BioSciences. 53:57-67.. 2003.
Processing watershed-derived nitrogen in a well-flushed New England estuary.. Limnology and Oceanography. 48:1766-1778.. 2003.
Effects of trawling and dredging on seafloor habitat.. Committee on Ecosystem Effects of Fishing<br/>. :107pp... 2002.
Nitrogen flow through the food web in the oligohaline zone of a New England estuary.. Ecology. 81:433-452.. 2000.