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Sward, R., Philbrick, A., Morreale, J., Baird, C. J., & Gedan, K. (2023). Shrub expansion in maritime forest responding to sea level rise. Frontiers in Forests and Global Change, 6. Cite
Wittyngham, S. S., Carey, J., & Johnson, D. S. (2023). Resource availability and plant age drive defense against herbivory in salt marshes. Oikos, 2023(8), e09672. Cite
Reeves, I. R. B., Moore, L. J., Valentine, K., Fagherazzi, S., & Kirwan, M. L. (2023). Sediment Exchange Across Coastal Barrier Landscapes Alters Ecosystem Extents. Geophysical Research Letters, 50(14), e2023GL103680. Cite
Lang, S. E., Luis, K. M. A., Doney, S. C., Cronin-Golomb, O., & Castorani, M. C. N. (2023). Modeling Coastal Water Clarity Using Landsat-8 and Sentinel-2. Earth and Space Science, 10(7), e2022EA002579. Cite
Hardison, S. B., McGlathery, K. J., & Castorani, M. C. N. (2023). Effects of seagrass restoration on coastal fish abundance and diversity. Conservation Biology, n/a(n/a), e14147. Cite
Brahmey, E. (2023). Exploring Spatial and Temporal Differences Between High and Low Frequency Water Quality Data in Coastal Virginia (10.18130/99sn-hh38) [M.S., University of Virginia,]. Cite
Tedford, K. N., & Castorani, M. C. N. (2022). Meta-analysis reveals controls on oyster predation. Frontiers in Marine Science, 9. Cite
Chen, Y., & Kirwan, M. L. (2022). A phenology- and trend-based approach for accurate mapping of sea-level driven coastal forest retreat. Remote Sensing of Environment, 281, 113229. Cite
Chen, Y., & Kirwan, M. L. (2022). Climate-driven decoupling of wetland and upland biomass trends on the mid-Atlantic coast. Nature Geoscience. Cite
Cheng, S. L., Tedford, K. N., Smith, R. S., Hardison, S., Cornish, M. R., & Castorani, M. C. N. (2022). Coastal Vegetation and Bathymetry Influence Blue Crab Abundance Across Spatial Scales. Estuaries and Coasts, 45(6), 1701–1715. Cite
Tassone, S. J., Besterman, A. F., Buelo, C. D., Walter, J. A., & Pace, M. L. (2022). Co-occurrence of Aquatic Heatwaves with Atmospheric Heatwaves, Low Dissolved Oxygen, and Low pH Events in Estuarine Ecosystems. Estuaries and Coasts, 45(3), 707–720. Cite
Nordio, G., & Fagherazzi, S. (2022). Salinity increases with water table elevation at the boundary between salt marsh and forest. Journal of Hydrology, 608, 127576. Cite
Kottler, E. J., & Gedan, K. B. (2022). Sexual reproduction is light-limited as marsh grasses colonize maritime forest. American Journal of Botany, 109(4), 514–525. Cite
Wang, J., Dai, Z., Fagherazzi, S., Zhang, X., & Liu, X. (2022). Hydro-morphodynamics triggered by extreme riverine floods in a mega fluvial-tidal delta. Science of The Total Environment, 809, 152076. Cite
Smith, R. S., Hogan, S., Tedford, K. N., Lusk, B., Reidenbach, M. A., & Castorani, M. C. N. (2022). Long-term data reveal greater intertidal oyster biomass in predicted suitable habitat. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 683, 221–226. Cite
Berg, P., Huettel, M., Glud, R. N., Reimers, C. E., & Attard, K. M. (2022). Aquatic Eddy Covariance: The Method and Its Contributions to Defining Oxygen and Carbon Fluxes in Marine Environments. Ann Rev Mar Sci, 14, 431–455. Cite
Zhu, Q. (2022). Sediment Connectivity in the Coupled Tidal Flat-Seagrass-Marsh System [Ph.D, University of Virginia]. Cite
Zhang, X., Wright, K., Passalacqua, P., Simard, M., & Fagherazzi, S. (2022). Improving Channel Hydrological Connectivity in Coastal Hydrodynamic Models With Remotely Sensed Channel Networks. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, 127(3), e2021JF006294. Cite
Xu, Y., Kalra, T. S., Ganju, N. K., & Fagherazzi, S. (2022). Modeling the Dynamics of Salt Marsh Development in Coastal Land Reclamation. Geophysical Research Letters, 49(6), e2021GL095559. Cite
Wittyngham, S. S. (2022). Spartina Alterniflora Defense Against Herbivory (2691825988) [Ph.D., The College of William and Mary]. ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global. Cite
Wang, J., Dai, Z., Fagherazzi, S., & Long, C. (2022). A novel approach to discriminate sedimentary characteristics of deltaic tidal flats with terrestrial laser scanner: Results from a case study. Sedimentology, 69(4), 1626–1648. Cite
Walker, S. L., & Zinnert, J. (2022). Whole plant traits of coastal dune vegetation and implications for interactions with dune dynamics. Ecosphere, 13(5), e4065. Cite
Shoemaker, L. G., Hallett, L. M., Zhao, L., Reuman, D. C., Wang, S., Cottingham, K. L., Hobbs, R. J., Castorani, M. C. N., Downing, A. L., Dudney, J. C., Fey, S. B., Gherardi, L. A., Lany, N., Portales-Reyes, C., Rypel, A. L., Sheppard, L. W., Walter, J. A., & Suding, K. N. (2022). The long and the short of it: Mechanisms of synchronous and compensatory dynamics across temporal scales. Ecology, 103(4), e3650. Cite
Smith, A. J., Noyce, G. L., Megonigal, J. P., Guntenspergen, G. R., & Kirwan, M. L. (2022). Temperature optimum for marsh resilience and carbon accumulation revealed in a whole-ecosystem warming experiment. Global Change Biology, 28(10), 3236–3245. Cite
Reeves, I. R., Goldstein, E. B., Moore, L. J., & Zinnert, J. C. (2022). Exploring the impacts of shrub‐overwash feedbacks in coastal barrier systems with an ecological‐morphological model. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, e2021JF006397. Cite
Reed, D. C., Schmitt, R. J., Burd, A. B., Burkepile, D. E., Kominoski, J. S., McGlathery, K. J., Miller, R. J., Morris, J. T., & Zinnert, J. C. (2022). Responses of Coastal Ecosystems to Climate Change: Insights from Long-Term Ecological Research. BioScience, 72(9), 871–888. Cite
Nordio, G., & Fagherazzi, S. (2022). Storm Surge and Tidal Dissipation in Deltaic Wetlands Bordering a Main Channel. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, 127(3), e2021JC017655. Cite
Molino, G. D., Carr, J. A., Ganju, N. K., & Kirwan, M. L. (2022). Variability in marsh migration potential determined by topographic rather than anthropogenic constraints in the Chesapeake Bay region. Limnology and Oceanography Letters, 7(4), 321–331. Cite
Liu, Z., Gourgue, O., & Fagherazzi, S. (2022). Biotic and abiotic factors control the geomorphic characteristics of channel networks in salt marshes. Limnology and Oceanography, 67(1), 89–101. Cite
Juska, I. (2022). Examining Metabolism in Seagrass Meadows: Trends in Respiration and Non-Dissolved Gas Ebullition (10.18130/7g8x-x368) [M.S. Thesis, University of Virginia]. Cite
Johnson, D. S. (2022). Beautiful swimmers attack at low tide. Ecology, 103(10), e3787. Cite
Johnson, D. S. (2022). Are amphipods Orchestia grillus (Bosc, 1802) (Amphipoda: Talitridae) infected with the trematode Levinseniella byrdi (Heard, 1968) drawn to the light? Journal of Crustacean Biology, 42(2). Cite
Hogan, S., Murphy, E. A. K., Volaric, M. P., Castorani, M. C. N., Berg, P., & Reidenbach, M. A. (2022). Influence of oyster reefs on infauna and sediment spatial distributions within intertidal mudflats. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 686, 91–106. Cite
Heller, E. L., Karpanty, S. M., Cohen, J. B., Catlin, D. H., Ritter, S. J., Truitt, B. R., & Fraser, J. D. (2022). Factors that affect migratory Western Atlantic red knots (Calidris canutus rufa) and their prey during spring staging on Virginia’s barrier islands. PLOS ONE, 17(7), e0270224. Cite
Gourgue, O., van Belzen, J., Schwarz, C., Vandenbruwaene, W., Vanlede, J., Belliard, J. P., Fagherazzi, S., Bouma, T. J., van de Koppel, J., & Temmerman, S. (2022). Biogeomorphic modeling to assess the resilience of tidal-marsh restoration to sea level rise and sediment supply. Earth Surf. Dynam., 10(3), 531–553. Cite
Goetz, E. M. (2022). Invertebrates in a Migrating Salt Marsh (2710986615) [M.S., The College of William and Mary]. ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global. Cite
Fenster, M., & Dominguez, R. (2022). Quantifying Coastal Storm Impacts Using a New Cumulative Storm Impact Index (CSII) Model: Application along the Virginia Coast, USA. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, e2022JF006641. Cite
Coleman, D. J., Schuerch, M., Temmerman, S., Guntenspergen, G., Smith, C. G., & Kirwan, M. L. (2022). Reconciling models and measurements of marsh vulnerability to sea level rise. Limnology and Oceanography Letters, 7(2), 140–149. Cite
Brown, J. K., Moulton, A., & Zinnert, J. C. (2022). Plant community re-organization and increased productivity due to multi-year nutrient enrichment of a coastal grassland. PLOS ONE, 17(7), e0270798. Cite
Bieri, E. (2022). Evaluating coastal protection benefits of restored oyster reef designs [M.S., University of Virginia]. Cite
Smith, A. J., & Goetz, E. M. (2021). Climate change drives increased directional movement of landscape ecotones. Landscape Ecology, 36(11), 3105–3116. Cite
Hogan, S., & Reidenbach, M. A. (2021). Quantifying Tradeoffs in Ecosystem Services Under Various Oyster Reef Restoration Designs. Estuaries and Coasts. Cite
O’Brien, M., Smith, C. A., Sokol, E. R., Gries, C., Lany, N., Record, S., & Castorani, M. C. N. (2021). ecocomDP: A flexible data design pattern for ecological community survey data. Ecological Informatics, 64, 101374. Cite
Hogan, S., Wiberg, P. L., & Reidenbach, M. A. (2021). Utilizing airborne LiDAR data to quantify marsh edge morphology and the role of oyster reefs in mitigating marsh erosion. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 669, 17–31. Cite
Huang, H., Tuley, P. A., Tu, C., Zinnert, J. C., Rodriguez-Iturbe, I., & D’Odorico, P. (2021). Microclimate feedbacks sustain power law clustering of encroaching coastal woody vegetation. Communications Biology, 4(1), 745. Cite
Langston, A. K., Coleman, D. J., Jung, N. W., Shawler, J. L., Smith, A. J., Williams, B. L., Wittyngham, S. S., Chambers, R. M., Perry, J. E., & Kirwan, M. L. (2021). The Effect of Marsh Age on Ecosystem Function in a Rapidly Transgressing Marsh. Ecosystems. Cite
Duran Vinent, O., Herbert, E. R., Coleman, D. J., Himmelstein, J. D., & Kirwan, M. L. (2021). Onset of runaway fragmentation of salt marshes. One Earth, 4(4), 506–516. Cite
Liu, Z., Fagherazzi, S., Li, J., & Cui, B. (2021). Mismatch between watershed effects and local efforts constrains the success of coastal salt marsh vegetation restoration. Journal of Cleaner Production, 292, 126103. Cite
Coleman, D. J., Rogers, K., Corbett, D. R., Owers, C. J., & Kirwan, M. L. (2021). The geomorphic impact of mangrove encroachment in an Australian salt marsh. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 251, 107238. Cite
Herbert, E. R., Windham-Myers, L., & Kirwan, M. L. (2021). Sea-level rise enhances carbon accumulation in United States tidal wetlands. One Earth, 4(3), 425–433. Cite