Elizabeth Burke Watson
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Wetland loss patterns and inundation-productivity relationships prognosticate widespread salt marsh loss for southern New England
EB Watson, C Wigand, EW Davey, HM Andrews, J Bishop, KB Raposa
Estuaries and Coasts 40 (3), 662-681, 2017
Accuracy and precision of tidal wetland soil carbon mapping in the conterminous United States
JR Holmquist, L Windham-Myers, N Bliss, S Crooks, JT Morris, ...
Scientific Reports 8 (1), 9478, 2018
Abundance and diversity of tidal marsh plants along the salinity gradient of the San Francisco Estuary: implications for global change ecology
EB Watson, R Byrne
Plant Ecology 205 (1), 113-128, 2009
A climate change adaptation strategy for management of coastal marsh systems
C Wigand, T Ardito, C Chaffee, W Ferguson, S Paton, K Raposa, ...
Estuaries and Coasts 40 (3), 682-693, 2017
Hydrogen peroxide treatment effects on the particle size distribution of alluvial and marsh sediments
AB Gray, GB Pasternack, EB Watson
The Holocene 20 (2), 293-301, 2010
Below the disappearing marshes of an urban estuary: historic nitrogen trends and soil structure
C Wigand, CT Roman, E Davey, M Stolt, R Johnson, A Hanson, ...
Ecological Applications 24 (4), 633-649, 2014
Nutrient enrichment and precipitation changes do not enhance resiliency of salt marshes to sea level rise in the Northeastern US
EB Watson, AJ Oczkowski, C Wigand, AR Hanson, EW Davey, SC Crosby, ...
Climatic Change 125 (3-4), 501-509, 2014
Sea level rise, drought and the decline of Spartina patens in New England marshes
EB Watson, K Szura, C Wigand, KB Raposa, K Blount, M Cencer
Biological Conservation 196, 173-181, 2016
Identifying factors that influence expression of eutrophication in a central California estuary
BB Hughes, JC Haskins, K Wasson, E Watson
Marine Ecology Progress Series 439, 31-43, 2011
Anthropocene survival of southern New England’s salt marshes
EB Watson, KB Raposa, JC Carey, C Wigand, RS Warren
Estuaries and Coasts 40 (3), 617-625, 2017
Mercury deposition in a tidal marsh of south San Francisco Bay downstream of the historic New Almaden mining district, California
CH Conaway, EB Watson, JR Flanders, AR Flegal
Marine Chemistry 90 (1-4), 175-184, 2004
Particle size characterization of historic sediment deposition from a closed estuarine lagoon, Central California
EB Watson, GB Pasternack, AB Gray, M Goņi, AM Woolfolk
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 126, 23-33, 2013
Tidal wetlands and estuaries
L Windham-Myers, WJ Cai, S Alin, A Andersson, J Crosswell, K Dunton, ...
Eutrophication decreases salt marsh resilience through proliferation of algal mats
K Wasson, R Jeppesen, C Endris, DC Perry, A Woolfolk, K Beheshti, ...
Biological Conservation 212, 1-11, 2017
Effects of antecedent hydrologic conditions, time dependence, and climate cycles on the suspended sediment load of the Salinas River, California
AB Gray, GB Pasternack, EB Watson, JA Warrick, MA Goņi
Journal of Hydrology 525, 632-649, 2015
Changing elevation, accretion, and tidal marsh plant assemblages in a South San Francisco Bay tidal marsh
EB Watson
Estuaries and Coasts 27 (4), 684-698, 2004
Suspended sediment behavior in a coastal dry-summer subtropical catchment: effects of hydrologic preconditions
AB Gray, JA Warrick, GB Pasternack, EB Watson, MA Goņi
Geomorphology 214, 485-501, 2014
The effect of El Niņo Southern Oscillation cycles on the decadal scale suspended sediment behavior of a coastal dry‐summer subtropical catchment
AB Gray, GB Pasternack, EB Watson, JA Warrick, MA Goņi
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 40 (2), 272-284, 2015
Applications from paleoecology to environmental management and restoration in a dynamic coastal environment
EB Watson, K Wasson, GB Pasternack, A Woolfolk, E Van Dyke, AB Gray, ...
Restoration Ecology 19 (6), 765-775, 2011
Development and application of a method to identify salt marsh vulnerability to sea level rise
ML Cole Ekberg, KB Raposa, WS Ferguson, K Ruddock, EB Watson
Estuaries and Coasts 40, 694-710, 2017
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