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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Michelle C. Brodeur Author 1 article
  1. Oyster reefs can outpace sea-level rise
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
Sara E. Coleman Author 1 article
  1. Oyster reefs can outpace sea-level rise
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
F. Joel Fodrie Author 1 article
  1. Oyster reefs can outpace sea-level rise
Brett Froelich Author 2 articles
  1. Mechanistic and statistical models of total Vibrio abundance in the Neuse River Estuary
  2. Vibrio bacteria in raw oysters: Managing risks to human health
Rachel K. Gittman Author 2 articles
  1. Marshes with and without sills protect estuarine shorelines from erosion better than bulkheads during a Category 1 hurricane
  2. Oyster reefs can outpace sea-level rise
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
Danielle A. Keller Author 1 article
  1. Oyster reefs can outpace sea-level rise
Matthew D. Kenworthy Author 1 article
  1. Oyster reefs can outpace sea-level rise
Niels L. Lindquist Author 1 article
  1. Oyster reefs can outpace sea-level rise
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 3 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
  3. Vibrio bacteria in raw oysters: Managing risks to human health
Timothy G. Otten Author 1 article
  1. Blooms bite the hand that feeds them
Hans W. Paerl Author 10 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. Climate change impacts on harmful algal blooms in U.S. freshwaters: A screening-level assessment
  5. Climate change: A catalyst for global expansion of harmful cyanobacterial blooms
  6. Controlling harmful cyanobacterial blooms in a world experiencing anthropogenic and climatic-induced change
  7. Ecosystem impacts of three sequential hurricanes (Dennis, Floyd, and Irene) on the United States' largest lagoonal estuary, Pamlico Sound, NC
  8. Mitigating harmful cyanobacterial blooms in a human- and climatically-impacted world
  9. Phytoplankton Photopigments as Indicators of Estuarine and Coastal Eutrophication
  10. The oceanic fixed nitrogen and nitrous oxide budgets: Moving targets as we enter the anthropocene?
Charles Peterson Author 1 article
  1. Marshes with and without sills protect estuarine shorelines from erosion better than bulkheads during a Category 1 hurricane
Michael F. Piehler Author 4 articles
  1. Contrasts in concentrations and loads of conventional and alternative indicators of fecal contamination in coastal stormwater
  2. Habitat-specific distinctions in estuarine denitrification affect both ecosystem function and services
  3. Phytoplankton Photopigments as Indicators of Estuarine and Coastal Eutrophication
  4. Salt marsh denitrification provides a significant nitrogen sink in Barnegat Bay, New Jersey
Alyssa M. Popowich Author 1 article
  1. Marshes with and without sills protect estuarine shorelines from erosion better than bulkheads during a Category 1 hurricane
Justin T. Ridge Author 1 article
  1. Oyster reefs can outpace sea-level rise
Antonio B. Rodriguez Author 2 articles
  1. Oyster reefs can outpace sea-level rise
  2. Sea level anomalies exacerbate beach erosion
Ashley R. Smyth Author 2 articles
  1. Habitat-specific distinctions in estuarine denitrification affect both ecosystem function and services
  2. Salt marsh denitrification provides a significant nitrogen sink in Barnegat Bay, New Jersey
Ethan J. Theuerkauf Author 2 articles
  1. Oyster reefs can outpace sea-level rise
  2. Sea level anomalies exacerbate beach erosion
Lexia M. Valdes Author 1 article
  1. Phytoplankton Photopigments as Indicators of Estuarine and Coastal Eutrophication
Brett Froelich Point of Contact 1 article
  1. Vibrio bacteria in raw oysters: Managing risks to human health
Rachel K. Gittman Point of Contact 1 article
  1. Marshes with and without sills protect estuarine shorelines from erosion better than bulkheads during a Category 1 hurricane
Hans W. Paerl Point of Contact 3 articles
  1. Atmospheric deposition of nitrogen: Implications for nutrient over-enrichment of coastal waters
  2. Climate change: A catalyst for global expansion of harmful cyanobacterial blooms
  3. Mitigating harmful cyanobacterial blooms in a human- and climatically-impacted world
Michael F. Piehler Point of Contact 1 article
  1. Habitat-specific distinctions in estuarine denitrification affect both ecosystem function and services
Antonio B. Rodriguez Point of Contact 1 article
  1. Oyster reefs can outpace sea-level rise
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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