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Publications Journal Articles Generalizing Ecological Effects of Shoreline Armoring Across Soft Sediment Environments
(contributed by J.E. Dugan, 2018)
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    Effects of small-scale armoring and residential development on the salt marsh-upland ecotone
(contributed by Alyssa Gehman, 2018)
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    Controls on porewater salinity in a Southeastern salt marsh
(contributed by David Michael Miklesh, 2018)
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    Are the ghosts of nature’s past haunting ecology today?
(contributed by Brian R. Silliman, 2018)
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    Tidal freshwater forests: Sentinels for climate change
(contributed by McKenna Stahl, 2018)
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    Differential effects of chronic and acute simulated seawater intrusion on tidal freshwater marsh carbon cycling
(contributed by Ellen Herbert, 2018)
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    Facilitating and Improving Environmental Research Data Repository Interoperability
(contributed by Corinna Gries, 2018)
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    Host and parasite thermal ecology jointly determine the effect of climate warming on epidemic dynamics
(contributed by Alyssa Gehman, 2018)
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    Foundation species patch configurations mediates biodiversity, stability and multifunctionality
(contributed by Christine Angelini, 2018)
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    Foundation species enhance food web complexity through non-trophic facilitation
(contributed by A. Borst, 2018)
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    Exploring Oyster (Crassostrea virginica) Habitat Collection via Oxygen Isotope Geochemistry and its Implications for Ritual and Mound Construction at Crystal River and Roberts Island, Florida
(contributed by Isabelle H. Lulewicz, 2018)
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    The importance of an underestimated grazer under climate change: how crab density, consumer competition, and physical stress affect salt marsh resilience
(contributed by Christine Angelini, 2018)
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    Evaluating ultraviolet (UV) based photochemistry in optically complex coastal waters using the Hyperspectral Imager for the Coastal Ocean (HICO)
(contributed by Fang Cao, 2018)
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    A Comparison between the MODIS Product (MOD17A2) and a Tide-Robust Empirical GPP Model Evaluated in a Georgia Wetland
(contributed by J. Tao, 2018)
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    Predator size-structure and species identity determine cascading effects in a coastal ecosystem
(contributed by John Griffin, 2018)
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