university-north-carolina-chapel-hill-institute-marine-sciences

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Institute of Marine Sciences

United States

http://ims.unc.edu/

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Christopher P. Buzzelli Author 1 article
  1. Ecosystem impacts of three sequential hurricanes (Dennis, Floyd, and Irene) on the United States' largest lagoonal estuary, Pamlico Sound, NC
Elizabeth S. Calandrino Author 1 article
  1. Controlling harmful cyanobacterial blooms in a world experiencing anthropogenic and climatic-induced change
Julianne Dyble Author 1 article
  1. Phytoplankton Photopigments as Indicators of Estuarine and Coastal Eutrophication
John M. Fear Author 1 article
  1. Ecosystem impacts of three sequential hurricanes (Dennis, Floyd, and Irene) on the United States' largest lagoonal estuary, Pamlico Sound, NC
Stephen R. Fegley Author 1 article
  1. Sea level anomalies exacerbate beach erosion
Brett Froelich Author 1 article
  1. Mechanistic and statistical models of total Vibrio abundance in the Neuse River Estuary
Malia Go Author 1 article
  1. Ecosystem impacts of three sequential hurricanes (Dennis, Floyd, and Irene) on the United States' largest lagoonal estuary, Pamlico Sound, NC
Nathan S. Hall Author 1 article
  1. Controlling harmful cyanobacterial blooms in a world experiencing anthropogenic and climatic-induced change
Richard A. Luettich Jr. Author 1 article
  1. Sea level anomalies exacerbate beach erosion
Pia H. Moisander Author 1 article
  1. Phytoplankton Photopigments as Indicators of Estuarine and Coastal Eutrophication
Rachel T. Noble Author 2 articles
  1. Apparent loss of Vibrio vulnificus from North Carolina oysters coincides with a drought-induced increase in salinity
  2. Mechanistic and statistical models of total Vibrio abundance in the Neuse River Estuary
Timothy G. Otten Author 1 article
  1. Blooms bite the hand that feeds them
Hans W. Paerl Author 7 articles
  1. Atmospheric deposition of nitrogen: Implications for nutrient over-enrichment of coastal waters
  2. Blooms bite the hand that feeds them
  3. CLIMATE: Blooms Like It Hot
  4. Controlling harmful cyanobacterial blooms in a world experiencing anthropogenic and climatic-induced change
  5. Ecosystem impacts of three sequential hurricanes (Dennis, Floyd, and Irene) on the United States' largest lagoonal estuary, Pamlico Sound, NC
  6. Phytoplankton Photopigments as Indicators of Estuarine and Coastal Eutrophication
  7. The oceanic fixed nitrogen and nitrous oxide budgets: Moving targets as we enter the anthropocene?
Michael Piehler Author 1 article
  1. Contrasts in concentrations and loads of conventional and alternative indicators of fecal contamination in coastal stormwater
Michael F. Piehler Author 1 article
  1. Phytoplankton Photopigments as Indicators of Estuarine and Coastal Eutrophication
Antonio B. Rodriguez Author 1 article
  1. Sea level anomalies exacerbate beach erosion
Ethan J. Theuerkauf Author 1 article
  1. Sea level anomalies exacerbate beach erosion
Lexia M. Valdes Author 1 article
  1. Phytoplankton Photopigments as Indicators of Estuarine and Coastal Eutrophication
Hans W. Paerl Point of Contact 1 article
  1. Atmospheric deposition of nitrogen: Implications for nutrient over-enrichment of coastal waters
Ethan J. Theuerkauf Point of Contact 1 article
  1. Sea level anomalies exacerbate beach erosion
Alan Joyner Graphic Artist 1 figure
  1. usgcrp-climate-human-health-assessment-2016 6.2
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