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    1. La Peyre, MK; Mendelssohn, IA; Reams, MA; Templet, PH; Grace, JB
      Identifying determinants of nations' wetland management programs using structural equation modeling: An exploratory analysis

      ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
    2. Lorenzen, B; Brix, H; Mendelssohn, IA; McKee, KL; Miao, SL
      Growth, biomass allocation and nutrient use efficiency in Cladium jamaicense and Typha domingensis as affected by phosphorus and oxygen availability

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    3. La Peyre, MK; Reams, MA; Mendelssohn, IA
      Linking actions to outcomes in wetland management: An overview of US statewetland management

      WETLANDS
    4. Mendelssohn, IA; McKee, KL; Kong, T
      A comparison of physiological indicators of sublethal cadmium stress in wetland plants

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    5. Hester, MW; Mendelssohn, IA; McKee, KL
      Species and population variation to salinity stress in Panicum hemitomon, Spartina patens, and Spartina alterniflora: morphological and physiologicalconstraints

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    6. La Peyre, MKG; Grace, JB; Hahn, E; Mendelssohn, IA
      The importance of competition in regulating plant species abundance along a salinity gradient

      ECOLOGY
    7. Chabbi, A; McKee, KL; Mendelssohn, IA
      Fate of oxygen losses from Typha domingensis (Typhaceae) and Cladium jamaicense (Cyperaceae) and consequences for root metabolism, (vol 87, pg 727, 2000)

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    8. LA Peyre, MKG; Reams, MA; Mendelssohn, IA
      State wetland protection: A matter of context?

      COASTAL MANAGEMENT
    9. Sorrell, BK; Mendelssohn, IA; McKee, KL; Woods, RA
      Ecophysiology of wetland plant roots: A modelling comparison of aeration in relation to species distribution

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    10. Howard, RJ; Mendelssohn, IA
      Structure and composition of oligohaline marsh plant communities exposed to salinity pulses

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    11. Lorenzen, B; Brix, H; McKee, KL; Mendelssohn, IA; Miao, SL
      Seed germination of two Everglades species, Cladium jamaicense and Typha domingensis

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    12. Hester, MW; Mendelssohn, IA
      Long-term recovery of a Louisiana brackish marsh plant community from oil-spill impact: vegetation response and mitigating effects of marsh surface elevation

      MARINE ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH
    13. Chabbi, A; McKee, KL; Mendelssohn, IA
      Fate of oxygen losses from Typha domingensis (Typhaceae) and Cladium jamaicense (Cyperaceae) and consequences for root metabolism

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    14. Lin, Q; Mendelssohn, IA; Henry, CB; Roberts, PO; Walsh, MM; Overton, EB; Portier, RJ
      Effects of bioremediation agents on oil degradation in mineral and sandy salt marsh sediments

      ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY
    15. Courtemanche, RP; Hester, MW; Mendelssohn, IA
      Recovery of a Louisiana barrier island marsh plant community following extensive hurricane-induced overwash

      JOURNAL OF COASTAL RESEARCH
    16. Mendelssohn, IA; Sorrell, BK; Brix, H; Schierup, HH; Lorenzen, B; Maltby, E
      Controls on soil cellulose decomposition along a salinity gradient in a Phragmites australis wetland in Denmark

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    17. Kuhn, NL; Mendelssohn, IA; Reed, DJ
      Altered hydrology effects on Louisiana salt marsh function

      WETLANDS
    18. Howard, RJ; Mendelssohn, IA
      Salinity as a constraint on growth of oligohaline marsh macrophytes. I. Species variation in stress tolerance

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    19. Howard, RJ; Mendelssohn, IA
      Salinity as a constraint on growth of oligohaline marsh macrophytes. II. Salt pulses and recovery potential

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    20. HESTER MW; MENDELSSOHN IA; MCKEE KL
      INTRASPECIFIC VARIATION IN SALT TOLERANCE AND MORPHOLOGY IN PANICUM HEMITOMON AND SPARTINA-ALTERNIFLORA (POACEAE)

      International journal of plant sciences
    21. LIN QX; MENDELSSOHN IA
      THE COMBINED EFFECTS OF PHYTOREMEDIATION AND BIOSTIMULATION IN ENHANCING HABITAT RESTORATION AND OIL DEGRADATION OF PETROLEUM-CONTAMINATED WETLANDS

      Ecological engineering
    22. BALDWIN AH; MENDELSSOHN IA
      EFFECTS OF SALINITY AND WATER-LEVEL ON COASTAL MARSHES - AN EXPERIMENTAL TEST OF DISTURBANCE AS A CATALYST FOR VEGETATION CHANGE

      Aquatic botany
    23. BALDWIN AH; MENDELSSOHN IA
      RESPONSE OF 2 OLIGOHALINE MARSH COMMUNITIES TO LETHAL AND NONLETHAL DISTURBANCE

      Oecologia
    24. LESSMANN JM; MENDELSSOHN IA; HESTER MW; MCKEE KL
      POPULATION VARIATION IN GROWTH-RESPONSE TO FLOODING OF 3 MARSH GRASSES

      Ecological engineering
    25. EWING K; MCKEE KL; MENDELSSOHN IA
      A FIELD COMPARISON OF INDICATORS OF SUBLETHAL STRESS IN THE SALT-MARSH GRASS SPARTINA PATENS

      Estuaries
    26. LIN QX; MENDELSSOHN IA
      A COMPARATIVE INVESTIGATION OF THE EFFECTS OF SOUTH LOUISIANA CRUDE-OIL ON THE VEGETATION OF FRESH, BRACKISH AND SALT MARSHES

      Marine pollution bulletin
    27. BALDWIN AH; MCKEE KL; MENDELSSOHN IA
      THE INFLUENCE OF VEGETATION, SALINITY, AND INUNDATION ON SEED BANKS OF OLIGOHALINE COASTAL MARSHES

      American journal of botany
    28. HESTER MW; MENDELSSOHN IA; MCKEE KL
      INTRASPECIFIC VARIATION IN SALT TOLERANCE AND MORPHOLOGY IN THE COASTAL GRASS SPARTINA PATENS (POACEAE)

      American journal of botany
    29. WEBB EC; MENDELSSOHN IA
      FACTORS AFFECTING VEGETATION DIEBACK OF AN OLIGOHALINE MARSH IN COASTAL LOUISIANA - HELD MANIPULATION OF SALINITY AND SUBMERGENCE (VOL 83, PG 1429, 1996)

      American journal of botany
    30. WEBB EC; MENDELSSOHN IA
      FACTORS AFFECTING VEGETATION DIEBACK OF AN OLIGOHALINE MARSH IN COASTAL LOUISIANA - FIELD MANIPULATION OF SALINITY AND SUBMERGENCE

      American journal of botany
    31. KELLEY S; MENDELSSOHN IA
      AN EVALUATION OF STABILIZED, WATER-BASED DRILLED CUTTINGS AND ORGANICCOMPOST AS POTENTIAL SEDIMENT SOURCES FOR MARSH RESTORATION AND CREATION IN COASTAL LOUISIANA

      Ecological engineering
    32. WEBB EC; MENDELSSOHN IA; WILSEY BJ
      CAUSES FOR VEGETATION DIEBACK IN A LOUISIANA SALT-MARSH - A BIOASSAY APPROACH

      Aquatic botany
    33. BROOME SW; MENDELSSOHN IA; MCKEE KL
      RELATIVE GROWTH OF SPARTINA-PATENS (AIT) MUHL AND SCIRPUS-OLNEYI GRAYOCCURRING IN A MIXED STAND AS AFFECTED BY SALINITY AND FLOODING DEPTH

      Wetlands
    34. MENDELSSOHN IA; KLEISS BA; WAKELEY JS
      FACTORS CONTROLLING THE FORMATION OF OXIDIZED ROOT CHANNELS - A REVIEW

      Wetlands
    35. HOWARD RJ; MENDELSSOHN IA
      EFFECT OF INCREASED WATER DEPTH ON GROWTH OF A COMMON PERENNIAL FRESH-WATER-INTERMEDIATE MARSH SPECIES IN COASTAL LOUISIANA

      Wetlands
    36. EWING K; MCKEE KL; MENDELSSOHN IA; HESTER MW
      A COMPARISON OF INDICATORS OF SUBLETHAL NUTRIENT STRESS IN THE SALT-MARSH GRASS, SPARTINA-PATENS

      Environmental and experimental botany
    37. FLYNN KM; MCKEE KL; MENDELSSOHN IA
      RECOVERY OF FRESH-WATER MARSH VEGETATION AFTER A SALTWATER INTRUSION EVENT

      Oecologia
    38. HESTER MW; MCKEE KL; BURDICK DM; KOCH MS; FLYNN KM; PATTERSON S; MENDELSSOHN IA
      CLONAL INTEGRATION IN SPARTINA PATENS ACROSS A NITROGEN AND SALINITY GRADIENT

      Canadian journal of botany
    39. PATTERSON CS; MENDELSSOHN IA; SWENSON EM
      GROWTH AND SURVIVAL OF AVICENNIA-GERMINANS SEEDLINGS IN A MANGAL SALT-MARSH COMMUNITY IN LOUISIANA, USA

      Journal of coastal research


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