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    1. Finster, K; Thomsen, TR; Ramsing, NB
      Desulfomusa hansenii gen. nov., sp nov., a novel marine propionate-degrading, sulfate-reducing bacterium isolated from Zostera marina roots

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SYSTEMATIC AND EVOLUTIONARY MICROBIOLOGY
    2. Newell, SY
      Fungal biomass and productivity in standing-decaying leaves of black needlerush (Juncus roemerianus)

      MARINE AND FRESHWATER RESEARCH
    3. Goergen, E; Daehler, CC
      Reproductive ecology of a native Hawaiian grass (Heteropogon contortus; poaceae) versus its invasive alien competitor (Pennisetum setaceum; poaceae)

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCES
    4. Bagwell, CE; Dantzler, M; Bergholz, PW; Lovell, CR
      Host-specific ecotype diversity of rhizoplane diazotrophs of the perennialglasswort Salicornia virginica and selected salt marsh grasses

      AQUATIC MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    5. Bax, N; Carlton, JT; Mathews-Amos, A; Haedrich, RL; Howarth, FG; Purcell, JE; Rieser, A; Gray, A
      The control of biological invasions in the world's oceans

      CONSERVATION BIOLOGY
    6. Wolf, DE; Takebayashi, N; Rieseberg, LH
      Predicting the risk of extinction through hybridization

      CONSERVATION BIOLOGY
    7. Lytle, JS; Lytle, TF
      Use of plants for toxicity assessment of estuarine ecosystems

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    8. Newell, SY
      Fungal biomass and productivity

      METHODS IN MICROBIOLOGY, VOL 30
    9. Johnston, CA; Bridgham, SD; Schubauer-Berigan, JP
      Nutrient dynamics in relation to geomorphology of riverine wetlands

      SOIL SCIENCE SOCIETY OF AMERICA JOURNAL
    10. Simas, T; Nunes, JP; Ferreira, JG
      Effects of global climate change on coastal salt marshes

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    11. Vretare, V; Weisner, SEB; Strand, JA; Graneli, W
      Phenotypic plasticity in Phragmites australis as a functional response to water depth

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    12. Mauchamp, A; Blanch, S; Grillas, P
      Effects of submergence on the growth of Phragmites australis seedlings

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    13. Armstrong, J; Armstrong, W
      An overview of the effects of phytotoxins on Phragmites australis in relation to die-back

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    14. Gessner, MO
      Mass loss, fungal colonisation and nutrient dynamics of Phragmites australis leaves during senescence and early aerial decay

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    15. Boyer, KE; Fong, P; Vance, RR; Ambrose, RF
      Salicornia virginica in a Southern California salt marsh: Seasonal patterns and a nutrient-enrichment experiment

      WETLANDS
    16. Pujol, JA; Calvo, JF; Ramirez-Diaz, L
      Seed germination, growth, and osmotic adjustment in response to NaCl in a rare succulent halophyte from southeastern Spain

      WETLANDS
    17. Angradi, TR; Hagan, SM; Able, KW
      Vegetation type and the intertidal macroinvertebrate fauna of a brackish marsh: Phragmites vs. Spartina

      WETLANDS
    18. Holmboe, N; Kristensen, E; Andersen, FO
      Anoxic decomposition in sediments from a tropical mangrove forest and the temperate Wadden Sea: Implications of N and P addition experiments

      ESTUARINE COASTAL AND SHELF SCIENCE
    19. Zawislanski, PT; Chau, S; Mountford, H; Wong, HC; Sears, TC
      Accumulation of selenium and trace metals on plant litter in a tidal marsh

      ESTUARINE COASTAL AND SHELF SCIENCE
    20. Bouma, TJ; Nielsen, KL; Van Hal, J; Koutstaal, B
      Root system topology and diameter distribution of species from habitats differing in inundation frequency

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    21. Gulzar, S; Khan, MA; Ungar, IA
      Effect of salinity and temperature on the germination of Urochondra setulosa (Trin.) CE Hubbard

      SEED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    22. Kao, WY; Tsai, HC; Tsai, TT
      Effect of NaCl and nitrogen availability on growth and photosynthesis of seedlings of a mangrove species, Kandelia candel (L.) Druce

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    23. Thomas, CR; Christian, RR
      Comparison of nitrogen cycling in salt marsh zones related to sea-level rise

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    24. Peterson, BJ; Heck, KL
      Positive interactions between suspension-feeding bivalves and seagrass - afacultative mutualism

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    25. Tobias, CR; Anderson, IC; Canuel, EA; Macko, SA
      Nitrogen cycling through a fringing marsh-aquifer ecotone

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    26. Franz, DR
      Recruitment, survivorship, and age structure of a New York ribbed mussel population (Geukensia demissa) in relation to shore level - A nine year study

      ESTUARIES
    27. Warren, RS; Fell, PE; Grimsby, JL; Buck, EL; Rilling, GC; Fertik, RA
      Rates, patterns, and impacts of Phragmites australis expansion and effectsof experimental Phragmites control on vegetation, macroinvertebrates, and fish within tidelands of the lower Connecticut River

      ESTUARIES
    28. Madrid, VM; Taylor, GT; Scranton, MI; Chistoserdov, AY
      Phylogenetic diversity of bacterial and archaeal communities in the anoxiczone of the Cariaco Basin

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    29. Leaphart, AB; Lovell, CR
      Recovery and analysis of formyltetrahydrofolate synthetase gene sequences from natural populations of acetogenic bacteria

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    30. Otte, ML
      What is stress to a wetland plant?

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    31. Mendelssohn, IA; McKee, KL; Kong, T
      A comparison of physiological indicators of sublethal cadmium stress in wetland plants

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    32. 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
    33. Wall, VD; Alberts, JJ; Moore, DJ; Newell, SY; Pattanayek, M; Pennings, SC
      The effect of mercury and PCBs on organisms from lower trophic levels of aGeorgia salt marsh

      ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY
    34. Bouma, TJ; Koutstaal, BP; van Dongen, M; Nielsen, KL
      Coping with low nutrient availability and inundation: root growth responses of three halophytic grass species from different elevations along a flooding gradient

      OECOLOGIA
    35. Pennings, SC; Moore, DJ
      Zonation of shrubs in western Atlantic salt marshes

      OECOLOGIA
    36. Tobias, CR; Macko, SA; Anderson, IC; Canuel, EA; Harvey, JW
      Tracking the fate of a high concentration groundwater nitrate plume through a fringing marsh: A combined groundwater tracer and in situ isotope enrichment study

      LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY
    37. Chambers, RA; Fourqurean, JW; Macko, SA; Hoppenot, R
      Biogeochemical effects of iron availability on primary producers in a shallow marine carbonate environment

      LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY
    38. Newell, SY
      Multiyear patterns of fungal biomass dynamics and productivity within naturally decaying smooth cordgrass shoots

      LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY
    39. Kreeger, DA; Newell, RIE
      Seasonal utilization of different seston carbon sources by the ribbed mussel, Geukensia demissa (Dillwyn) in a mid-Atlantic salt marsh

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MARINE BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY
    40. Hernes, PJ; Benner, R; Cowie, GL; Goni, MA; Bergamaschi, BA; Hedges, JI
      Tannin diagenesis in mangrove leaves from a tropical estuary: A novel molecular approach

      GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA
    41. King, JK; Kostka, JE; Frischer, ME; Saunders, FM; Jahnke, RA
      A quantitative relationship that remonstrates mercury methylation rates inmarine sediments are based on the community composition and activity of sulfate-reducing bacteria

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    42. Emery, NC; Ewanchuk, PJ; Bertness, MD
      Competition and salt-marsh plant zonation: Stress tolerators may be dominant competitors

      ECOLOGY
    43. Silliman, BR; Zieman, JC
      Top-down control of Spartina alterniflora production by periwinkle grazingin a Virginia salt marsh

      ECOLOGY
    44. Newell, SY
      Spore-expulsion rates and extents of blade occupation by ascomycetes of the smooth-cordgrass standing-decay system

      BOTANICA MARINA
    45. Stachowicz, JJ
      Mutualism, facilitation, and the structure of ecological communities

      BIOSCIENCE
    46. Caraway, V; Carr, GD; Morden, CW
      Assessment of hybridization and introgression in lava-colonizing Hawaiian Dubautia (Asteraceae : Madiinae) using RAPD markers

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    47. Ayres, DR; Strong, DR
      Origin and genetic diversity of Spartina anglica (Poaceae) using nuclear DNA markers

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    48. Welsh, DT
      Nitrogen fixation in seagrass meadows: Regulation, plant-bacteria interactions and significance to primary productivity

      ECOLOGY LETTERS
    49. Stefels, J
      Physiological aspects of the production and conversion of DMSP in marine algae and higher plants

      JOURNAL OF SEA RESEARCH
    50. Hackney, CT; Padgett, DE; Posey, MH
      Fungal and bacterial contributions to the decomposition of Cladium and Typha leaves in nutrient enriched and nutrient poor areas of the Everglades, with a note on ergosterol concentrations in Everglades soils

      MYCOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    51. Scarton, F; Day, JW; Rismondo, A; Cecconi, G; Are, D
      Effects of an intertidal sediment fence on sediment elevation and vegetation distribution in a Venice (Italy) lagoon salt marsh

      ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING
    52. Kentula, ME
      Perspectives on setting success criteria for wetland restoration

      ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING
    53. Howard, RJ; Mendelssohn, IA
      Structure and composition of oligohaline marsh plant communities exposed to salinity pulses

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    54. Bouchard, V; Lefeuvre, JC
      Primary production and macro-detritus dynamics in a European salt marsh: carbon and nitrogen budgets

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    55. Keller, BEM
      Genetic variation among and within populations of Phragmites australis in the Charles River watershed

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    56. Rice, D; Rooth, J; Stevenson, JC
      Colonization and expansion of Phragmites australis in upper Chesapeake Baytidal marshes

      WETLANDS
    57. Shelley, RCL; Perry, JA
      Evaluation of bacterial recovery efficiency and counting precision from decaying leaf litter in Little Rock Lake, Wisconsin, USA

      JOURNAL OF FRESHWATER ECOLOGY
    58. Pezeshki, SR; Hester, MW; Lin, Q; Nyman, JA
      The effects of oil spill and clean-up on dominant US Gulf coast marsh macrophytes: a review

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    59. Giesy, JP; Dobson, S; Solomon, KR
      Ecotoxicological risk assessment for Roundup (R) Herbicide

      REVIEWS OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY, VOL 167
    60. Neubauer, SC; Miller, WD; Anderson, IC
      Carbon cycling in a tidal freshwater marsh ecosystem: a carbon gas flux study

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    61. Padgett, DE; Mallin, MA; Cahoon, LB
      Evaluating the use of ergosterol as a bioindicator for assessing fungal response to water quality

      ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT
    62. Goni, MA; Thomas, KA
      Sources and transformations of organic matter in surface soils and sediments from a tidal estuary (north inlet, South Carolina, USA)

      ESTUARIES
    63. Yavitt, JB; Williams, CJ; Wieder, RK
      Controls on microbial production of methane and carbon dioxide in three Sphagnum-dominated peatland ecosystems as revealed by a reciprocal field peattransplant experiment

      GEOMICROBIOLOGY JOURNAL
    64. 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
    65. Frischer, ME; Danforth, JM; Healy, MAN; Saunders, FM
      Whole-cell versus total RNA extraction for analysis of microbial communitystructure with 16S rRNA-targeted oligonucleotide probes in salt marsh sediments

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    66. Newell, SY; Blum, LK; Crawford, RE; Dai, T; Dionne, M
      Autumnal biomass and potential productivity of salt marsh fungi from 29 degrees to 43 degrees North latitude along the United States Atlantic coast

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    67. Piceno, YM; Lovell, CR
      Stability in natural bacterial communities: I. Nutrient addition effects on rhizosphere diazotroph assemblage composition

      MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    68. Piceno, YM; Lovell, CR
      Stability in natural bacterial communities: II. Plant resource allocation effects on rhizosphere diazotroph assemblage composition

      MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    69. Newell, SY; Wall, VD; Maruya, KA
      Fungal biomass in saltmarsh grass blades at two contaminated sites

      ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY
    70. Lindau, CW; Delaune, RD
      Vegetative response of Sagittaria lancifolia to burning of applied crude oil

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    71. de Souza, MP; Lytle, CM; Mulholland, MM; Otte, ML; Terry, N
      Selenium assimilation and volatilization from dimethylselenoniopropionate by Indian mustard

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    72. Bruno, JF; Kennedy, CW
      Patch-size dependent habitat modification and facilitation on New England cobble beaches by Spartina alterniflora

      OECOLOGIA
    73. Ellstrand, NC; Schierenbeck, KA
      Hybridization as a stimulus for the evolution of invasiveness in plants?

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    74. Moens, T; Vincx, M
      Temperature and salinity constraints on the life cycle of two brackish-water nematode species

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MARINE BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY
    75. Vretare, V; Weisner, SEB
      Influence of pressurized ventilation on performance of an emergent macrophyte (Phragmites australis)

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    76. Kennedy, CW; Bruno, JF
      Restriction of the upper distribution of New England cobble beach plants by wave-related disturbance

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    77. Gophen, M
      Nutrient and plant dynamics in Lake Agmon Wetlands (Hula Valley, Israel): a review with emphasis on Typha domingensis (1994-1999)

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    78. Reyes, E; White, ML; Martin, JF; Kemp, GP; Day, JW; Aravamuthan, V
      Landscape modeling of coastal habitat change in the Mississippi delta

      ECOLOGY
    79. Denno, RF; Peterson, MA; Gratton, C; Cheng, JA; Langellotto, GA; Huberty, AF; Finke, DL
      Feeding-induced changes in plant quality mediate interspecific competitionbetween sap-feeding herbivores

      ECOLOGY
    80. Bruno, JF
      Facilitation of cobble beach plant communities through habitat modification by Spartina alterniflora

      ECOLOGY
    81. Moon, DC; Stiling, P
      Relative importance of abiotically induced direct and indirect effects on a salt-marsh herbivore

      ECOLOGY
    82. Stiling, P; Bowdish, TI
      Direct and indirect effects of plant clone and local environment on herbivore abundance

      ECOLOGY
    83. Pagliosa, PR; Lana, PD
      Population dynamics and secondary production of Nereis oligohalina (Nereididae : Polychaeta) from a subtropical marsh in Southeast Brazil

      BULLETIN OF MARINE SCIENCE
    84. Neori, A; Reddy, KR; Ciskova-Koncalova, H; Agami, M
      Bioactive chemicals and biological-biochemical activities and their functions in rhizospheres of wetland plants

      BOTANICAL REVIEW
    85. Maamri, A
      A critical comparison of techniques for estimating bacterial abundance on leaf litter decaying in Oued Zegzel (Morocco)

      ANNALES DE LIMNOLOGIE-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LIMNOLOGY
    86. Zedler, JB; Callaway, JC; Desmond, JS; Vivian-Smith, G; Williams, GD; Sullivan, G; Brewster, AE; Bradshaw, BK
      Californian salt-marsh vegetation: An improved model of spatial pattern

      ECOSYSTEMS
    87. Yetka, LA; Galatowitsch, SM
      Factors affecting revegetation of Carex lacustris and Carex stricta from rhizomes

      RESTORATION ECOLOGY
    88. Boyer, KE; Zedler, JB
      Nitrogen addition could shift plant community composition in a restored California salt marsh

      RESTORATION ECOLOGY
    89. Craft, C; Reader, J; Sacco, JN; Broome, SW
      Twenty-five years of ecosystem development of constructed Spartina alterniflora (Loisel) marshes

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    90. 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
    91. Chelius, MK; Lepo, JE
      Restriction fragment length polymorphism analysis of PCR-amplified nifH sequences from wetland plant rhizosphere communities

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

      JOURNAL OF COASTAL RESEARCH
    93. Hensel, PF; Day, JW; Pont, D
      Wetland vertical accretion and soil elevation change in the Rhone River delta, France: The importance of riverine flooding

      JOURNAL OF COASTAL RESEARCH
    94. Gul, B; Khan, MA
      Effect of intraspecific competition and inundation regime on the growth ofArthrocnemum macrostachyum in a coastal swamp in Karachi, Pakistan

      PAKISTAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    95. Portnoy, JW
      Salt marsh diking and restoration: Biogeochemical implications of altered wetland hydrology

      ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
    96. Connolly, RM
      Saltmarsh as habitat for fish and nektonic crustaceans: Challenges in sampling designs and methods

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    97. Fleeger, JW; Carman, KR; Webb, S; Hilbun, N; Pace, MC
      Consumption of microalgae by the grass shrimp Palaemonetes pugio

      JOURNAL OF CRUSTACEAN BIOLOGY
    98. Kuhn, NL; Mendelssohn, IA; Reed, DJ
      Altered hydrology effects on Louisiana salt marsh function

      WETLANDS
    99. O'Brien, DL; Freshwater, DW
      Genetic diversity within tall form Spartina alterniflora Loisel. Along theAtlantic and Gulf coasts of the United States

      WETLANDS
    100. Buzzelli, CP; Wetzel, RL; Meyers, MB
      A linked physical and biological framework to assess biogeochemical dynamics in a shallow estuarine ecosystem

      ESTUARINE COASTAL AND SHELF SCIENCE


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