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    1. van der Molen, J; de Swart, HE
      Holocene tidal conditions and tide-induced sand transport in the southern North Sea

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-OCEANS
    2. Kanandjembo, AN; Platell, ME; Potter, IC
      The benthic macroinvertebrate community of the upper reaches of an Australian estuary that undergoes marked seasonal changes in hydrology

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    3. Englonger, AI; Podani, J
      A new approach in evaluating the efficiency of macromorphological description of reed (Phragmites australis (Cav.) Trin. ex Steudel) stands

      FLORA
    4. Cooling, MP; Ganf, GG; Walker, KF
      Leaf recruitment and elongation: an adaptive response to flooding in Villarsia reniformis

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    5. Vretare, V; Weisner, SEB; Strand, JA; Graneli, W
      Phenotypic plasticity in Phragmites australis as a functional response to water depth

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    6. Cizkova, H; Istvanovics, V; Bauer, V; Balazs, L
      Low levels of reserve carbohydrates in reed (Phragmites australis) stands of Kis-Balaton, Hungary

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    7. Smith, SM; Newman, S
      Growth of southern cattail (Typha domingensis pers.) seedlings in responseto fire-related soil transformations in the Northern Florida Everglades

      WETLANDS
    8. Puestow, TM; Simms, EL; Simms, A; Butler, K
      Mapping of salmon habitat parameters using airborne imagery and digital ancillary data

      PHOTOGRAMMETRIC ENGINEERING AND REMOTE SENSING
    9. Amatya, DM; Skaggs, RW
      Hydrologic modeling of a drained pine plantation on poorly drained soils

      FOREST SCIENCE
    10. Seabloom, EW; Moloney, KA; van der Valk, AG
      Constraints on the establishment of plants along a fluctuating water-depthgradient

      ECOLOGY
    11. Isola, CR; Colwell, MA; Taft, OW; Safran, RJ
      Interspecific differences in habitat use of shorebirds and waterfowl foraging in managed wetlands of California's San Joaquin Valley

      WATERBIRDS
    12. Colwell, MA; Taft, OW
      Waterbird communities in managed wetlands of varying water depth

      WATERBIRDS
    13. Siebentritt, MA; Ganf, GG
      Influence of abiotic and biotic factors on two co-occurring species of Bolboschoenus

      MARINE AND FRESHWATER RESEARCH
    14. Lafon, V; Froidefond, JM; Castaing, P
      Analysis methodology of tidal inlet morphodynamics through satellite imagery. Example: the Bassin d'Arcachon (France).

      COMPTES RENDUS DE L ACADEMIE DES SCIENCES SERIE II FASCICULE A-SCIENCES DELA TERRE ET DES PLANETES
    15. Mann, J; Connor, RC; Barre, LM; Heithaus, MR
      Female reproductive success in bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops sp.): life history, habitat, provisioning, and group-size effects

      BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY
    16. van der Molen, J; van Dijck, B
      The evolution of the Dutch and Belgian coasts and the role of sand supply from the North Sea

      GLOBAL AND PLANETARY CHANGE
    17. Dieffenbacher-Krall, AC; Halteman, WA
      The relationship of modern plant remains to water depth in alkaline lakes in New England, USA

      JOURNAL OF PALEOLIMNOLOGY
    18. Ogden, RW
      Modern and historical variation in aquatic macrophyte cover of billabongs associated with catchment development

      REGULATED RIVERS-RESEARCH & MANAGEMENT
    19. Song, JB; Wu, YH
      Statistical distribution of water-particle velocity below the surface layer for finite water depth

      COASTAL ENGINEERING
    20. White, SD; Ganf, GG
      Flow characteristics and internal pressure profiles in leaves of the Typhadomingensis

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    21. Smith, SM; Garrett, PB; Leeds, JA; McCormick, PV
      Evaluation of digital photography for estimating live and dead abovegroundbiomass in monospecific macrophyte stands

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    22. Roy, V; Plamondon, AP; Bernier, PY
      Draining forested wetland cutovers to improve seedling root zone conditions

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH
    23. Slate, JE; Stevenson, RJ
      Recent and abrupt environmental change in the Florida everglades indicatedfrom siliceous microfossils

      WETLANDS
    24. Johnson, WP; Rohwer, FC
      Foraging behavior of green-winged teal and mallards on tidal mudflats in Louisiana

      WETLANDS
    25. Galatowitsch, SM; Whited, DC; Lehtinen, R; Husveth, J; Schik, K
      The vegetation of wet meadows in relation to their land-use

      ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT
    26. Lenssen, JPM; Menting, FBJ; van der Putten, WH; Blom, CWPM
      Vegetative reproduction by species with different adaptations to shallow-flooded habitats

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    27. Thomsen, A; Hansen, B; Schelde, K
      Application of TDR to water level measurement

      JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY
    28. Vretare, V; Weisner, SEB
      Influence of pressurized ventilation on performance of an emergent macrophyte (Phragmites australis)

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    29. Safran, RJ; Colwell, MA; Isola, CR; Taft, OE
      Foraging site selection by nonbreeding White-faced Ibis

      CONDOR
    30. Lapen, DR; Price, JS; Gilbert, R
      Soil water storage dynamics in peatlands with shallow water tables

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF SOIL SCIENCE
    31. Diaz, BMC; Zunzunegui, M; Tirado, R; Ain-Lhout, F; Novo, G
      Plant functional types and ecosystem function in Mediterranean shrubland

      JOURNAL OF VEGETATION SCIENCE
    32. Kuehn, MM; Minor, JE; White, BN
      An examination of hybridization between the cattail species Typha latifolia and Typha angustifolia using random amplified polymorphic DNA and chloroplast DNA markers

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    33. Lahai, MT; George, JB; Ekanayake, IJ
      Cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz) growth indices, root yield and its components in upland and inland valley ecologies of Sierra Leone

      JOURNAL OF AGRONOMY AND CROP SCIENCE-ZEITSCHRIFT FUR ACKER UND PFLANZENBAU
    34. Rempel, LL; Richardson, JS; Healey, MC
      Flow refugia for benthic macroinvertebrates during flooding of a large river

      JOURNAL OF THE NORTH AMERICAN BENTHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    35. Pauca-Comanescu, M; Clevering, OA; Hanganu, J; Gridin, M
      Phenotypic differences among ploidy levels of Phragmites australis growingin Romania

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    36. Mann, CJ; Wetzel, RG
      Photosynthesis and stomatal conductance of Juncus effusus in a temperate wetland ecosystem

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    37. Blanch, SJ; Ganf, GC; Walker, KF
      Growth and resource allocation in response to flooding in the emergent sedge Bolboschoenus medianus

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    38. Madej, MA
      Temporal and spatial variability in thalweg profiles of a gravel-bed river

      EARTH SURFACE PROCESSES AND LANDFORMS
    39. Grimoldi, AA; Insausti, P; Roitman, GG; Soriano, A
      Responses to flooding intensity in Leontodon taraxacoides

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    40. Strand, JA
      The development of submerged macrophytes in Lake Ringsjon after biomanipulation

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    41. Shinagawa, K; Urabe, M; Nagoshi, M
      Relationships between trematode infection and habitat depth in a freshwater snail, Semisulcospira libertina (Gould)

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    42. Kuehn, MM; White, BN
      Morphological analysis of genetically identified cattails Typha latifolia,Typha angustifolia, and Typha xglauca

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    43. LENIHAN HS; PETERSON CH
      HOW HABITAT DEGRADATION THROUGH FISHERY DISTURBANCE ENHANCES IMPACTS OF HYPOXIA ON OYSTER REEFS

      Ecological applications
    44. Hager, HA; McCoy, KD
      The implications of accepting untested hypotheses: a review of the effectsof purple loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria) in North America

      BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION
    45. MORI Y
      OPTIMAL CHOICE OF FORAGING DEPTH IN DIVERS

      Journal of zoology
    46. CREMA G; MILLI M; NAPOLEONE G; TIBERI P
      VERTICAL VULNERABILITY EVALUATION OF MIDDLE-LOW ESINO RIVER VALLEY ALLUVIAL AQUIFER (MARCHE, ITALY)

      Environmental geology
    47. Anbumozhi, V; Yamaji, E; Tabuchi, T
      Rice crop growth and yield as influenced by changes in ponding water depth, water regime and fertigation level

      AGRICULTURAL WATER MANAGEMENT
    48. HOLDEN H; LEDREW E
      THE SCIENTIFIC ISSUES SURROUNDING REMOTE DETECTION OF SUBMERGED CORALECOSYSTEMS

      Progress in physical geography
    49. LENTZ KA; DUNSON WA
      WATER-LEVEL AFFECTS GROWTH OF ENDANGERED NORTHEASTERN BULRUSH, SCIRPUS-ANCISTROCHAETUS SCHUYLER

      Aquatic botany
    50. BUSCH DE; LOFTUS WF; BASS OL
      LONG-TERM HYDROLOGIC EFFECTS ON MARSH PLANT COMMUNITY STRUCTURE IN THE SOUTHERN EVERGLADES

      Wetlands
    51. FONSECA MS; BELL SS
      INFLUENCE OF PHYSICAL SETTING ON SEAGRASS LANDSCAPES NEAR BEAUFORT, NORTH-CAROLINA, USA

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    52. BAGHERI S; STEIN M; DIOS R
      UTILITY OF HYPERSPECTRAL DATA FOR BATHYMETRIC MAPPING IN A TURBID ESTUARY

      International journal of remote sensing
    53. MENGES CH; HILL GJE; AHMAD W
      LANDSAT TM DATA AND POTENTIAL FEEDING GROUNDS FOR THREATENED MARINE TURTLE SPECIES IN NORTHERN AUSTRALIA

      International journal of remote sensing
    54. CHENG SQ; KALKSTEIN LS; FOCKS DA; NNAJI A
      NEW PROCEDURES TO ESTIMATE WATER TEMPERATURES AND WATER DEPTHS FOR APPLICATION IN CLIMATE-DENGUE MODELING

      Journal of medical entomology
    55. GREEN AJ; HILTON GM
      MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES REQUIRED TO INCREASE CHIRONOMID AVAILABILITY TOWADERS FEEDING ON ARTIFICIAL LAGOONS REMAIN UNCLEAR

      Journal of Applied Ecology
    56. ELPHICK CS; ORING LW
      WINTER MANAGEMENT OF CALIFORNIAN RICE FIELDS FOR WATERBIRDS

      Journal of Applied Ecology
    57. KENYON RA; CONACHER CA; POINER IR
      SEASONAL GROWTH AND REPRODUCTION OF ENHALUS-ACOROIDES (L.F.) ROYLE INA SHALLOW BAY IN THE WESTERN GULF OF CARPENTARIA, AUSTRALIA

      Marine and freshwater research
    58. TSUYUZAKI S
      WETLAND DEVELOPMENT IN EARLY STAGES OF VOLCANIC SUCCESSION

      Journal of vegetation science
    59. HANNON GE; GAILLARD MJ
      THE PLANT-MACROFOSSIL RECORD OF PAST LAKE-LEVEL CHANGES

      Journal of paleolimnology
    60. NOHARA S; KIMURA M
      GROWTH-CHARACTERISTICS OF NELUMBO-NUCIFERA GAERTN IN RESPONSE TO WATER DEPTH AND FLOODING

      Ecological research
    61. CLEVERING OA; VANGULIK WMG
      RESTORATION OF SCIRPUS-LACUSTRIS AND SCIRPUS-MARITIMUS STANDS IN A FORMER TIDAL AREA

      Aquatic botany
    62. SAFRAN RJ; ISOLA CR; COLWELL MA; WILLIAMS OE
      BENTHIC INVERTEBRATES AT FORAGING LOCATIONS OF 9 WATERBIRD SPECIES INMANAGED WETLANDS OF THE NORTHERN SAN-JOAQUIN VALLEY, CALIFORNIA

      Wetlands
    63. GEBHARDT H
      CENOMANIAN TO TURONIAN FORAMINIFERA FROM ASHAKA (NE NIGERIA) - QUANTITATIVE-ANALYSIS AND PALEOENVIRONMENTAL INTERPRETATION

      Cretaceous research
    64. GOMEZ I; WEYKAM G; KLOSER H; WIENCKE C
      PHOTOSYNTHETIC LIGHT REQUIREMENTS, METABOLIC CARBON BALANCE AND ZONATION OF SUBLITTORAL MACROALGAE FROM KING-GEORGE-ISLAND (ANTARCTICA)

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    65. SOBRERO MT; SABBATINI MR; FERNANDEZ OA
      PHENOLOGY AND BIOMASS DYNAMICS OF CATTAIL (TYPHA-SUBULATA) IN SOUTHERN ARGENTINA

      Weed science
    66. JOBIN B; PICMAN J
      FACTORS AFFECTING PREDATION ON ARTIFICIAL NESTS IN MARSHES

      The Journal of wildlife management
    67. SARRE GA; HYNDES GA; POTTER IC
      HABITAT, REPRODUCTIVE-BIOLOGY AND SIZE COMPOSITION OF PAREQUULA-MELBOURNENSIS, A GERREID WITH A TEMPERATE DISTRIBUTION

      Journal of Fish Biology
    68. SUNEJA S; TIWARI GN; RAI SN
      PARAMETRIC STUDY OF AN INVERTED ABSORBER DOUBLE-EFFECT SOLAR DISTILLATION SYSTEM

      Desalination
    69. SRUTEK M
      GROWTH-RESPONSES OF URTICA-DIOICA L TO DIFFERENT WATER-TABLE DEPTH

      Plant ecology
    70. NIELSEN SL; SANDJENSEN K
      GROWTH-RATES AND MORPHOLOGICAL ADAPTATIONS OF AQUATIC AND TERRESTRIALFORMS OF AMPHIBIOUS LITTORELLA-UNIFLORA (L) ASCHERS

      Plant ecology
    71. NEWMAN S; GRACE JB; KOEBEL JW
      EFFECTS OF NUTRIENTS AND HYDROPERIOD ON TYPHA, CLADIUM, AND ELEOCHARIS - IMPLICATIONS FOR EVERGLADES RESTORATION

      Ecological applications
    72. SINGH M; RAO RSG; RAO EVSP
      EFFECT OF DEPTH AND METHOD OF IRRIGATION AND NITROGEN APPLICATION ON HERB AND OIL YIELDS OF JAVA CITRONELLA (CYMBOPOGON-WINTERIANUS JOWITT)UNDER SEMIARID TROPICAL CONDITIONS

      Journal of agronomy and crop science
    73. THOMPSON JC; MOORE RD
      RELATIONS BETWEEN TOPOGRAPHY AND WATER-TABLE DEPTH IN A SHALLOW FOREST SOIL

      Hydrological processes
    74. COOPS H; VANDENBRINK FWB; VANDERVELDE G
      GROWTH AND MORPHOLOGICAL RESPONSES OF 4 HELOPHYTE SPECIES IN AN EXPERIMENTAL WATER-DEPTH GRADIENT

      Aquatic botany
    75. SINDENHEMPSTEAD M; KILLINGBECK KT
      INFLUENCES OF WATER DEPTH AND SUBSTRATE NITROGEN ON LEAF SURFACE-AREAAND MAXIMUM BED EXTENSION IN NYMPHAEA-ODORATA

      Aquatic botany
    76. BANERJEA S; KANORIA M; DOLAI DP; MANDAL BN
      OBLIQUE WAVE SCATTERING BY SUBMERGED THIN WALL WITH GAP IN FINITE-DEPTH WATER

      Applied ocean research
    77. REJMANKOVA E; POPE KO; POST R; MALTBY E
      HERBACEOUS WETLANDS OF THE YUCATAN PENINSULA - COMMUNITIES AT EXTREMEENDS OF ENVIRONMENTAL GRADIENTS

      Internationale Revue der gesamten Hydrobiologie
    78. MULLER D; PATZNER RA
      GROWTH AND AGE STRUCTURE OF THE SWAN MUSSEL ANODONTA-CYGNEA (L) AT DIFFERENT DEPTHS IN LAKE MATTSEE (SALZBURG, AUSTRIA)

      Hydrobiologia
    79. BRAGAZZA L; GERDOL R
      RESPONSE SURFACES OF PLANT-SPECIES ALONG WATER-TABLE DEPTH AND PH GRADIENTS IN A POOR MIRE ON THE SOUTHERN ALPS (ITALY)

      Annales botanici Fennici
    80. YAVIN Y; ZILMAN G; MILOH T
      SHIP MANEUVERABILITY IN FINITE DEPTH WATER IN THE VICINITY OF AN OBSTACLE - A STOCHASTIC CENTRAL APPROACH

      Computers & mathematics with applications
    81. VANDENBRINK FWB; VANDERVELDE G; BOSMAN WW; COOPS H
      EFFECTS OF SUBSTRATE PARAMETERS ON GROWTH-RESPONSES OF 8 HELOPHYTE SPECIES IN RELATION TO FLOODING

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

      Wetlands
    83. GUHA P
      EXPLORING ECOLOGICAL CONTROL OF CHARA

      Crop protection
    84. DUARTE P; FERREIRA JG
      SEASONAL ADAPTATION AND SHORT-TERM METABOLIC RESPONSES OF GELIDIUM-SESQUIPEDALE TO VARYING LIGHT AND TEMPERATURE

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    85. BANGA M; BLOM CWPM; VOESENEK LACJ
      FLOOD-INDUCED LEAF ELONGATION IN RUMEX SPECIES - EFFECTS OF WATER DEPTH AND WATER MOVEMENTS

      New phytologist
    86. CLEVERING OA; VANVIERSSEN W; BLOM CWPM
      GROWTH, PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND CARBOHYDRATE UTILIZATION IN SUBMERGED SCIRPUS-MARITIMUS L DURING SPRING GROWTH

      New phytologist
    87. MIZUMURA K
      NUMERICAL STUDY OF COASTAL CHANGES

      Advances in engineering software
    88. LIN MC; HO TY
      WATER-ENTRY FOR A WEDGE IN ARBITRARY WATER DEPTH

      Engineering analysis with boundary elements
    89. ALVINO A; AMATO M; BOCCIA F
      ROOT DYNAMICS OF PEACH AS A FUNCTION OF WINTER WATER-TABLE LEVEL AND ROOTSTOCK

      Scientia horticulturae
    90. MIYATA Y; ABE H
      MEASURING THE EFFECTS OF A FLOOD-CONTROL PROJECT - HEDONIC LAND PRICEAPPROACH

      Journal of environmental management
    91. REA N; GANF GG
      THE INFLUENCE OF WATER REGIME ON THE PERFORMANCE OF AQUATIC PLANTS

      Water science and technology
    92. VANDERVALK AG
      EFFECTS OF PROLONGED FLOODING ON THE DISTRIBUTION AND BIOMASS OF EMERGENT SPECIES ALONG A FRESH-WATER WETLAND COENOCLINE

      Vegetatio
    93. REHFISCH MM
      MAN-MADE LAGOONS AND HOW THEIR ATTRACTIVENESS TO WADERS MIGHT BE INCREASED BY MANIPULATING THE BIOMASS OF AN INSECT BENTHOS

      Journal of Applied Ecology
    94. DOPRADO AL; HECKMAN CW; MARTINS FR
      THE SEASONAL SUCCESSION OF BIOTIC COMMUNITIES IN WETLANDS OF THE TROPICAL WET-AND-DRY CLIMATIC ZONE .2. THE AQUATIC MACROPHYTE VEGETATION IN THE PANATAL OF MATO-GROSSO, BRAZIL

      Internationale Revue der gesamten Hydrobiologie
    95. MOURGUIART P; CARBONEL P
      A QUANTITATIVE METHOD OF PALAEOLAKE-LEVEL RECONSTRUCTION USING OSTRACOD ASSEMBLAGES - AN EXAMPLE FROM THE BOLIVIAN ALTIPLANO

      Hydrobiologia
    96. BOETTCHER R; HAIG SM; BRIDGES WC
      BEHAVIORAL-PATTERNS AND NEAREST-NEIGHBOR DISTANCES AMONG NONBREEDING AMERICAN AVOCETS

      The Condor
    97. POIANI KA; JOHNSON WC
      A SPATIAL SIMULATION-MODEL OF HYDROLOGY AND VEGETATION DYNAMICS IN SEMI-PERMANENT PRAIRIE WETLANDS

      Ecological applications
    98. LI LQ; TU X; LUO YL; CHEN SM; ZHENG F
      QUANTITATIVE-ANALYSIS OF PLANKTONIC-FORAMINIFERA IN SURFACE SEDIMENTSFROM THE SOUTH CHINA SEA

      Science in China. Series B, Chemistry, life sciences & earth sciences
    99. VIANNA ML; CABRAL AP; GHERARDI DFM
      TM-LANDSAT IMAGERY APPLIED TO THE STUDY OF THE IMPACT OF GLOBAL CLIMATE-CHANGE ON A TROPICAL COASTAL ENVIRONMENT DURING THE LAST DEGLACIATION

      International journal of remote sensing
    100. WEISNER SEB; GRANELI W; EKSTAM B
      INFLUENCE OF SUBMERGENCE ON GROWTH OF SEEDLINGS OF SCIRPUS-LACUSTRIS AND PHRAGMITES-AUSTRALIS

      Freshwater Biology


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