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Publications Journal Articles Variation in synchrony of production among species, sites and intertidal zones in coastal marshes
(contributed by Wenwen Liu, 2021)
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    Salt Marsh Light Use Efficiency is Driven by Environmental Gradients and Species-Specific Physiology and Morphology
(contributed by Peter Hawman, 2021)
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    Microspatial differences in soil temperature cause phenology change on par with long-term climate warming in salt marshes
(contributed by Jessica L O'Connell, 2020)
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    Tidal wetland Gross Primary Production across the continental United States, 2000-2019
(contributed by R. A. Feagin, 2020)
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    Effects of ten years of nitrogen and phosphorus fertilization on carbon and nutrient cycling in a tidal freshwater marsh
(contributed by Ellen Herbert, 2020)
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    Historical Changes in the Vegetated Area of Salt Marshes
(contributed by Christine Burns, 2020)
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    Ecosystem stability and Native American oyster harvesting along the Atlantic Coast of the United States
(contributed by Victor D. Thompson, 2020)
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    Sea-level rise and the emergence of a keystone grazer alter the geomorphic evolution and ecology of southeast US salt marshes
(contributed by Sinead M. Crotty, 2020)
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    Declines in plant productivity drive loss of soil elevation in a tidal freshwater marsh exposed to saltwater intrusion
(contributed by Elena Solohin, 2020)
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    Seamless retrievals of chlorophyll-a from Sentinel-2 (MSI) and Sentinel-3(OLCI) in inland and coastal waters: A machine-learning approach
(contributed by Nima Pahlevan, 2020)
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    Does predator-driven, biotic resistance limit the northward spread of the non-native green porcelain crab, Petrolisthes armatus?
(contributed by Kaitlin A. Kinney, 2019)
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    Elevation drives gradients in surface soil temperature within salt marshes
(contributed by Merryl Alber, 2019)
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    Dissolved organic matter composition in a marsh-dominated estuary: Response to seasonal forcing and to the passage of a hurricane
(contributed by Maria L. Letourneau, 2019)
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    Global-change controls on soil-carbon accumulation and loss in coastal vegetated ecosystems
(contributed by Amanda C. Spivak, 2019)
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    Chronic but not acute saltwater intrusion leads to large release of inorganic N in a tidal freshwater marsh
(contributed by Sarah Widney, 2019)
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