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Krest J.M, Moore W.S., Gardner L.R., Morris J.T..  2000.  Marsh nutrient export supplied by ground water discharge: Evidence from radium measurements. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 14:167-176.
Kremer J., Kemp W., Giblin A., Valiela I., Seitzinger S., Hoffman E..  2000.  Linking biogeochemical processes to higher trophic levels. Estuarine Science, A Synthetic Approach to Research and Practice. :299-246.
Kratz T.K., Deegan L.A., Harmon M.E., Lauenroth W.K..  2003.  Ecological Variability in Space and Time: Insights Gained from the US LTER Program . BioSciences. 53:57-67.
Koop-Jakobsen K., Giblin A.E..  2009.  Anammox in tidal marsh sediments: The role of salinity, nitrogen loading, and marsh vegetation. Estuaries and Coasts. 32:238-245.
Koop-Jakobsen K..  2003.  Ammonium dynamics in tidal salt marshes - an experimental study of ammonium adsorption, tidal flushing and ammonium volatilization. M.S.:63.
Koop-Jakobsen K., Giblin A.E..  2010.  The effect of increased nitrate loading on nitrate reduction via denitrification and DNRA in salt marsh sediments. Limnology and Oceanography. 55:789-802.
Koop-Jakobsen K..  2008.  The impact of increased Nitrogen Loading on Gaseous Loss of Nitrogen from Salt Marsh Sediments. Ph.D.
Koop-Jakobsen K., Giblin A.E..  2002.  Tidal flushing of ammonium from intertidal salt marsh sediments - the relative importance of adsorbed ammonium. Biological Bulletin. 203:258-259.
Koop-Jakobsen K., Giblin A.E..  2009.  A new approach for measuring denitrification in the rhizosphere of vegetated marsh sediments. Limnology and Oceanography, Methods. 7:626-637.
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.
Komatsu K.J., Avolio M.L, Lemoine N.P., Isbell F., Grman E., Houseman G.R., Koerner S.E., Johnson D.S., Wilcox K.R., Alatalo J.M. et al..  2019.  Global-change effects on plant communities are magnified by time and the number of global-change factors imposed.. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 116:17867-17873.
Komarow S., Young T., Deegan L., Garritt R..  1999.  Influence of marsh flooding on the abundance and growth of Fundulus heteroclitus in salt marsh creeks. Biological Bulletin. 197:299-300.
Klepac-Ceraj V., Bahr M., Crump B.C., Teske A.P., Hobbie J.E., Poltz M.F..  2004.  High overall diversity and dominance of microdiverse relationships in salt marsh sulfate-reducing bacteria.. Environmental Microbiology. 6:686-698.
Kirwan M.L., Temmerman S., Skeehan E.E., Guntenspergen G.R., Fagherazzi S..  2016.  Overestimation of marsh vulnerability to sea level rise. Nature Climate Change.
Kirwan M.L., Guntenspergen G.R., Morris J.T..  2009.  Latitudinal trends in Spartina alterniflora productivity and the response of coastal marshes to global change. Global Change Biology.
Kirwan M.L., Guntenspergen G.R., D'Alpaos A., Morris J.T, Mudd S.M., Temmerman S..  2010.  Limits on the adaptability of coastal marshes to rising sea level. Geophysical Research Letters. 37
Kirkby R., Claessens L., , Rastetter E., Vallino J..  2000.  Modeling the effects of land-use change on nitrogen biogeochemistry in the Ipswich watershed, Massachusetts. Biological Bulletin. 199:218-219.
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.
Kiehn W.M, Morris J.T..  2009.  Relationships Between Spartina alterniflora and Littoraria irrorata in a South Carolina Salt Marsh. Wetlands. 29:818-825.
Kerry J., Boorse D., Buchsbaum R..  2004.  Effect of nutrient enrichment and salinity on salt marsh invertebrates in the Plum Island Estuary.. Biological Bulletin. 207:174.
Kennedy C.G., Mather M.E., Smith J.M., Finn J.T., Deegan L.A..  2016.  Discontinuities concentrate mobile predators: Quantifying organism-environment interactions at a seascape scale. Ecosphere. 7
Kennedy C.G..  2013.  Habitat heterogeneity concentrates predators in the seascape: linking intermediate-scale estuarine habitat to striped bass distribution. MS
Kennedy C.G., Mather M.E., Smith J.M..  2017.  Quantifying Site-Specific Physical Heterogeneity Within an Estuarine Seascape. Estuaries and Coasts. 40:1385-1397.
Kearns P..  2017.  Factors that affect the composition and activity of salt marsh microbial communities: the effect of nutrient loading and diel cycles. PhD
Kearns P.J., Holloway D., Angell J.H., Feinman S.G., Bowen J.L..  2017.  Effect of short-term, diel changes in environmental conditions on active microbial communities in a salt marsh pond. Aquatc Microbial Ecology. 80:29-41.