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Publications Journal Articles “We’re still here”: An abolition ecology blockade of double dispossession of Gullah/Geechee land
(contributed by Dean Hardy, 2022)
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    The effects of hurricanes and storms on the composition of dissolved organic matter in a southeastern U.S. estuary
(contributed by Patricia M. Medeiros, 2022)
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    Flooding in Landsat across tidal systems (FLATS): An index for intermittent tidal filtering and frequency detection in salt marsh environments
(contributed by Caroline Narron, 2022)
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    Thermal Traits Vary with Mass and across Populations of the Marsh Periwinkle, Littoraria irrorata
(contributed by Rebecca Atkins, 2022)
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    Variation in synchrony of production among species, sites and intertidal zones in coastal marshes
(contributed by Wenwen Liu, 2021)
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    Disturbance is complicated: headward-eroding saltmarsh creeks produce multiple responses and recovery trajectories
(contributed by Fengrun Wu, 2021)
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    State Changes: Insights from the U.S. Long Term Ecological Research Network
(contributed by Julie C. Zinnert, 2021)
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    A large invasive consumer reduces coastal ecosystem resilience by disabling positive species interactions
(contributed by Marc Simon Hensel, 2021)
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    Increasing grazer density leads to linear decreases in Spartina alterniflora biomass and exponential increases in grazing pressure across a barrier island
(contributed by Julianna J. Renzi, 2021)
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    "I am Sapelo": Racialized Uneven Development and Land Politics within the Gullah/Geechee Corridor.
(contributed by Dean Hardy, 2021)
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    Transcriptional activity differentiates families of Marine Group II Euryarchaeota in the coastal ocean
(contributed by Julian Damashek, 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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    Consistent pattern of higher lability of leaves from high latitudes for both native Phragmites australis and exotic Spartina alterniflora
(contributed by Youzheng Zhang, 2021)
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    Variation in Densities of the Salt Marsh Katydid Orchelimum fidicinium over Space and Time
(contributed by Tianjiao Adams, 2021)
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    BERM: A belowground ecosystem resilience model for estimating Spartina alterniflora belowground biomass
(contributed by Jessica L. O'Connell, 2021)
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This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under grants OCE-9982133, OCE-0620959, OCE-1237140 and OCE-1832178. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in the material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.