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Burns, C., Alber, M. and Alexander, C.R. Jr. 2020. Historical Changes in the Vegetated Area of Salt Marshes. Estuaries and Coasts. (DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s12237-020-00781-6) [edit]
[Datasets: GIS-GCET-1810]

Liu, W. and Pennings, S.C. 2021. Variation in synchrony of production among species, sites and intertidal zones in coastal marshes. Ecology. (DOI: 10.1002/ECY.3278) [edit]
[Datasets: PLT-GCEM-1711a, PLT-GCEM-1711b, PLT-GCEM-1611a, PLT-GCEM-1611c, PLT-GCEM-1611b, PLT-GCEM-1511a, PLT-GCEM-1511b, PLT-GCEM-1412a, PLT-GCEM-1412b, PLT-GCEM-1412c, PLT-GCEM-1403a, PLT-GCEM-1403b, PLT-GCEM-1311a, PLT-GCEM-1311b, PLT-GCEM-1112a, PLT-GCEM-1112b, PLT-GCEM-1010a, PLT-GCEM-1010b, PLT-GCEM-1004a, PLT-GCEM-1004b, PLT-GCEM-0812a, PLT-GCEM-0812b, PLT-GCEM-0801a, PLT-GCEM-0801b, PLT-GCEM-0612a, PLT-GCEM-0612b, PLT-GCEM-0511b, PLT-GCEM-0511a, PLT-GCEM-0501a, PLT-GCEM-0501b, PLT-GCEM-0311a, PLT-GCEM-0311b, PLT-GCEM-0303a, PLT-GCEM-0303b, PLT-GCEM-0303c, PLT-GCEM-0211, PLT-GCEM-0110, PLT-GCEM-0101]

Mao, L., Mishra, D., Hawman, P., Narron, C., O'Connell, J.L. and Cotten, D.L. 2023. Photosynthetic Performance of Tidally Flooded Spartina Alterniflora Salt Marshes. JGR Biogeosciences. 128(3). (DOI: 10.1029/2022JG007161) [edit]
[Datasets: MSH-GCET-2302]

O'Connell, J.L., Mishra, D., Alber, M. and Byrd, K.B. 2021. BERM: A belowground ecosystem resilience model for estimating Spartina alterniflora belowground biomass. New Phytologist. (DOI: 10.1111/nph.17607) [edit]
[Datasets: MSH-GCED-1904, GIS-GCES-1401, GIS-GCES-1401d, GIS-GCES-1401g, PLT-NASA-2006a, PLT-GCED-2106, PLT-GCEM-1610]

Smith, R.S., Pennings, S.C., Alber, M., Craft, C.B. and Byers, J. 2024. The resistance of Georgia coastal marshes to hurricanes. Ecosphere. 15(4). (DOI: 10.1002/ecs2.4821) [edit]
[Datasets: INV-GCES-1610, INV-GCES-1609, GEL-GCEM-0508b, PHY-GCES-1610b, PLT-GCEM-1801, PLT-GCES-1609]

Solohin, E., Widney, S. and Craft, C.B. 2020. Declines in plant productivity drive loss of soil elevation in a tidal freshwater marsh exposed to saltwater intrusion. Ecology. 101(12):13. (DOI: 10.1002/ecy.3148) [edit]
[Datasets: GEL-GCED-1802, NUT-GCES-1609, PLT-GCET-1703]

Spivak, A.C., Pinsonneault, A.J., Hintz, C., Brandes, J. and Megonigal, P. 2023. Ephemeral microbial responses to pulses of bioavailable carbon in oxic and anoxic salt marsh soils. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 185. (DOI: 10.1016/j.soilbio.2023.109157) [edit]
[Datasets: ORG-GCEL-2212]

Thompson, V.D., Rick, T., Garland, C.J., Thomas, D.H., Smith, K.Y., Bergh, S., Sanger, M., Tucker, B., Lulewicz, I.H., Semon, A.M., Schalles, J.F., Hladik, C.M., Alexander, C.R. Jr. and Ritchison, B.T. 2020. Ecosystem stability and Native American oyster harvesting along the Atlantic Coast of the United States. Science Advances. 6. (DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aba9652) [edit]
[Datasets: ANT-GCED-2005]

Wang, J., Guo, H., Alber, M. and Pennings, S.C. 2024. Variance reflects resilience to disturbance along a stress gradient: experimental evidence from coastal marshes. Ecology. 2024:e4241. (DOI: https://doi.org/10.1002/ecy.4241) [edit]
[Datasets: PLT-GCED-2207]

Wu, F., Pennings, S.C., Ortals, C., Ruiz, J., Farrell, W.R., McNichol, S.M., Angelini, C., Spivak, A.C., Alber, M. and Tong, C. 2021. Disturbance is complicated: headward-eroding saltmarsh creeks produce multiple responses and recovery trajectories. Limnology & Oceanography. 67:S86-S100. (DOI: 10.1002/lno.11867) [edit]
[Datasets: MSH-GCED-2008]

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