Most Recent Additions

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Conceptualizing the Project and Developing a Field Measurement Plan
James Fourqurean, Beverly J. Johnson, J Boone Kauffman, and Hilary Kennedy

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Field Sampling of Vegetated Carbon Pools in Coastal Ecosystems
James Fourqurean, Beverly J. Johnson, J Boone Kauffman, Hilary Kennedy, Catherine Lovelock, and Neil Saintilan

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Field Sampling of Soil Carbon Pools in Coastal Ecosystems
James Fourqurean, Beverly J. Johnson, J Boone Kauffman, Hilary Kennedy, and Catherine Lovelock

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Runoff treatment with aspen wood
Thomas B. Boving, Joshua Klement, Bethany Thienel, and Beverly J. Johnson

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Possible prehistoric fishing effects on coastal marine food webs in the gulf of maine
Bruce J. Bourque, Beverly J. Johnson, and Robert S. Steneck

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The ecogeomorphology of two salt marshes in midcoast Maine: Natural history and human impacts
Beverly J. Johnson, Curtis Bohlen, Cailene M. Gunn, and Erin Beirne

 

Diets and Stable Isotope Derived Food Web Structure of Fishes from the Inshore Gulf of Maine
Theodore V. Willis, Karen A. Wilson, and Beverly J. Johnson

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Contributions of organic and inorganic matter to sediment volume and accretion in tidal wetlands at steady state
James T. Morris, Donald C. Barber, John C. Callaway, Randy Chambers, Scott C. Hagen, Charles S. Hopkinson, Beverly J. Johnson, Patrick Megonigal, Scott C. Neubauer, Tiffany Troxler, and Cathleen Wigand

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Macroalgal detritus and food-web subsidies along an Arctic fjord depth-gradient
Paul E. Renaud, Therese S. Løkken, Lis L. Jørgensen, Jørgen Berge, and Beverly J. Johnson

 

Using stable isotope analysis to validate effective trophic levels from Ecopath models of areas closed and open to shrimp trawling in Core Sound, NC, USA
Rebecca A. Deehr, Joseph J. Luczkovich, Kevin J. Hart, Lisa M. Clough, Beverly J. Johnson, and Jeffrey C. Johnson

 

Bivalve growth rate and isotopic variability across the Barents Sea Polar Front
Michael L Carroll, William G Ambrose, William L. Locke, Stuart K. Ryan, and Beverly J. Johnson

 

A new method to reconstruct fish diet and movement patterns from δ13C values in otolith amino acids
Kelton W McMahon, Marilyn L Fogel, Beverly J. Johnson, Leah A. Houghton, and Simon R. Thorrold

*Updated as of 02/21/18.