Publications

Refereed Publications

8. Wilson, B.J., Servais, S., Mazzei, V., Kominoski, J.S., Hu, M., Davis, S.E., Gaiser, E., Sklar, F., Bauman, L., Kelly, S., Madden, C., Richards, J., Rudnick, D., Stachelek, J., and Troxler, T.G. (2018). Salinity pulses interact with seasonal dry-down to increase ecosystem carbon loss in marshes of the Florida Everglades. Ecological Applications. https://doi.org/10.1002/eap.1798

7. Wilson, B.J., Servais, S., Charles, S.P., Davis, S.E., Gaiser, E., Kominoski, J.S., Richards, J. and Troxler, T.G. (2018). Declines in plant productivity drive carbon loss from coastal wetland mesocosms exposed to saltwater intrusion. Estuaries and Coasts. In Press. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12237-018-0438-z

6. Mazzei, V., Gaiser, E., Kominoski, J.S., Wilson B.J, et al. (2018). Functional and Compositional Responses of Periphyton Mats to Simulated Saltwater Intrusion in the Southern Everglades. Estuaries and Coastshttps://doi.org/10.1007/s12237-018-0415-6

5. Hu, M., Wilson, B.J., Sun, Z., Huang, J, and Tong, C. (2018). Effects of nitrogen and sulphate addition on methane oxidation in the marsh soil of a typical subtropical estuary (Min River) in China. Chemistry and Ecology. https://doi.org/10.1080/02757540.2018.1464153

4. Hu, M., Wilson, B.J., Sun, Z., Ren, P, and Tong, C. (2017). Effects of the addition of nitrogen and sulfate on CH4 and CO2 emissions, soil, and pore water chemistry in a high marsh of the Min River estuary in southeastern China. Science of the Total Environment. 597: 292:304. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2016.11.103

3. Hu, M., Ren, H., Wilson, B.J., Li, J., Tong, C., and Ren, P. (2017). Responses of gaseous carbon emission to low–level salinity increase in tidal marsh ecosystem of the Min River estuary, southeastern China. Journal of Environmental Sciences 52: 210-222. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jes.2016.05.009

2. Wilson, B.J., Mortazavi, B, Kiene, R.P. (2015). Spatial and temporal variability in methane and carbon dioxide exchange at three coastal marshes along a salinity gradient in a northern Gulf of Mexico estuary. Biogeochemistry 123(3): 329-347. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10533-015-0085-4

1. Mortazavi, B., Wilson, B.J., Bauer, D.S., Feng, D. Gupta, M. (2013). Validation and application of cavity-enhanced, near-infrared tunable diode laser absorption spectrometry for measurements of methane carbon isotopes at ambient concentrations. Environmental Science & Technology  47(20): 11676–11684. https://doi.org/10.1021/es402322x

In review / revision

Hu, M., Wilson, B.J., Sun, Z., Huang, J, and Tong, C. 2017. Effects of nitrogen and sulfate additions on methane oxidation of marsh soils in a typical subtropical estuary (Min River) of China. Biology and Fertility of Soils. In revision.

Hu, M., Huang, J., Zhu, O., Wilson, B.J., Sun, Z., and Tong C. Patterns of nitrogen and phosphorus stoichiometry in coastal herbaceous wetlands along the East China Sea. Plant and Soil. In review.

Servais, S., Kominoski, J.S., Wilson, B.J., Charles, S.P., Gaiser, E.E., Mazzei, V., and Troxler T.G. Quantifying microbial mechanisms of soil carbon loss with saltwater intrusion in freshwater wetlands: experimental tests of elevated salinity and phosphorus. Geoderma. In Review.

Wilson, B.J., Servais, S., Charles, S. P., Mazzei, V., Kominoski, J.S., Gaiser, E., Richards, J., and Troxler, T. Biogeochemical effects of a freshwater wetland experiencing simultaneous saltwater intrusion and nutrient enrichment: a stress-subsidy experiment. Ecology. In Revision

 

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