PIE LTER Publications
Flow, sedimentation, and biomass production on a vegetated salt marsh in South Carolina: toward a predictive model of marsh morphologic and ecologic evolution.. The Ecogeomorphology of Tidal Marshes. :165-187.. 2004.
High overall diversity and dominance of microdiverse relationships in salt marsh sulfate-reducing bacteria.. Environmental Microbiology. 6:686-698.. 2004.
The influence of urbanization on runoff generation and stream chemistry in Massachusetts watersheds.. Ph.D.. 2004.
Isotopic investigation of nitrogen retention in a riparian ecosystem.. Journal of Applied Ecology. 40:1035-1048.. 2004.
Microbial biogeography along an estuarine salinity gradient: the combined influences of bacterial growth and residence time.. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 70:1494-1505.. 2004.
Modeling Nitrogen Transport in the Ipswich River Basin, Massachusetts, Using HSPF.. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 40:1365-1384.. 2004.
N budgets and aquatic uptake in the Ipswich River basin, northeastern Massachusetts.. Water Resources Research. 40:1-12.. 2004.
Nekton use of salt marsh creeks in the upper Tejo Estuary.. Estuaries. 27:818-825.. 2004.
Role of wetlands and developed land use on dissolved organic nitrogen concentrations and DON / TDN in northeastern U.S. rivers and streams. Limnology and Oceanography. 49:910-918.. 2004.
The Salt Marsh Geomorphology: Physical and Ecological Effects on Landform. AGU Chapman Conference. 86:57-58.. 2004.
Useful techniques of validation for spatially explicit land-change models.. Ecological Modeling. 179:445-461.. 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.. 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.
Adaptation to Drought in the Context of Suburban Sprawl and Abundant Rainfall.. Geographical Bulletin. 47:85-100.. 2005.
Analysis of size and complexity of randomly constructed food webs by information theoretic metrics.. Aquatic Food Webs: an Ecosystem Approach. :73-85.. 2005.
Distribution of phosphatase activity in marsh sediments along an estuarine salinity gradient.. Marine Ecological Progress Series. 292:75-83.. 2005.
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.
Effects of changes in sea level and productivity on the stability of intertidal marshes.. UNESCO Proceeding Series on Lagoons and Coastal Wetlands in the Global Change Context: Impact and Management Issues. :121-127.. 2005.
The effects of nutrient enrichment and predator removal on algal communities in a New England Marsh.. B.S.. 2005.
Efficient export of carbon to the deep ocean through dissolved organic matter.. Nature. 433:142-145.. 2005.
Estimating estuarine gross production, community respiration and net ecosystem production: A nonlinear inverse technique.. Ecological Modeling. 187:281-296.. 2005.
Fluvial filtering of land to ocean fluxes: from Holocene variations to Anthrocene.. Compte Rendus. 337:107-123.. 2005.
Genotypic diversity within a natural coastal bacterioplankton population.. Science. 307:1311-1313.. 2005.
The HERO REU Experience: Undergraduate Research on Vulnerability to Climate Change in Local Places.. Geographical Bulletin. 47:65-72.. 2005.