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Plants mediate soil organic matter decomposition in response to sea level rise.
Mueller, P; Jensen, K; Megonigal, JP. 2016. Global Change Biology 22(1):404-414
Deep rooting and global change facilitate spread of invasive grass.
Mozdzer, TJ; Langley, JA; Mueller, P; Megonigal, JP. 2016. Biological Invasions 18(9):2619-2631
Complex invader-ecosystem interactions and seasonality mediate the impact of non-native Phragmites on CH4 emissions.
Mueller, P; Hager, RN; Meschter, JE; Mozdzer, TJ; Langley, JA; Jensen, K; Megonigal, JP. 2016. Biological Invasions 18(9):2635-2647
Global change accelerates carbon assimilation by a wetland ecosystem engineer.
Caplan, JS; Hager, RN; Megonigal, JP; Mozdzer, TJ. 2015. Environmental Research Letters 10(11):1-12
Climate change, migration phenology, and fisheries management interact with unanticipated consequences.
Peer, AC; Miller, TJ. 2014. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 34(1):94-110
Phragmites australis management in the United States: 40 years of methods and outcomes.
Hazelton, ELG; Mozdzer, TJ; Burdick, DM; Kettenring, KM; Whigham, DF. 2014. AOB Plants 6:1-19
Belowground advantages in construction cost facilitate a cryptic plant invasion.
Caplan, JS; Wheaton, CN; Mozdzer, TJ. 2014. AOB Plants 6:1-10
Climate change and the past, present, and future of biotic interactions.
Blois, JL; Zarnetske, PL; Fitzpatrick, MC; Finnegan, S. 2013. Science 341(6145):499-504
Predicting effects of climate change on blue crabs in Chesapeake Bay.
2010. In Kruse, GH; Eckert, GL; Foy, RJ; Lipcius, RN; Sainte-Marie, B; Stram, DL; Woodby, D (Ed.), Biology and Management of Exploited Crab Populations Under Climate Change (pp. 109-127). Alaska Sea Grant
Potential climate-change impacts on the Chesapeake Bay.
Najjar, RG; Pyke, CR; Adams, MB; Breitburg, D; Hershner, C; Kemp, M; Howarth, R; Mulholland, MR; Paolisso, M; Secor, D; Sellner, K; Wardrop, D; Wood, R. 2010. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science 86(1):1-20
Land use and climate variability amplify contaminant pulses.
Kaushal, SS; Pace ML; Groffman, PM; Band, LE; Belt, KT; Mayer, PM; Welty, C. 2010. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 91(25):221-222
Rising stream and river temperatures in the United States.
Kaushal, SS; Likens, GE; Jaworski, NA; Pace, ML; Sides, AM; Seekell, D; Belt, KT; Secor, DH; Wingate, RL. 2010. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 8(9):461-466
Climate forcing of the spring bloom in Chesapeake Bay.
Miller, WD; Harding, LW. 2007. Marine Ecology Progress Series 331:11-22
Eutrophication of Chesapeake Bay: historical trends and ecological interactions.
Kemp, WM; Boynton, WR; Adolf, JE; Boesch, DF; Boicourt, WC; Brush, G; Cornwell, JC; Fisher, TR; Glibert, PM; Hagy, JD; Harding, LW; Houde, ED; Kimmel, DG; Miller, WD; Newell, RIE; Roman, MR; Smith, EM; Stevenson, JC. 2005. Marine Ecology Progress Series 303:1-29

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