Numerous publications have resulted from support by the NICCR Coastal Center. Listed below is a selection of papers.
Durán Vinent, O. and Moore, L.J., 2015. Barrier island bistability induced by biophysical interactions. Nature Climate Change, 5: 158-162.
Simms, A.R. and Rodriguez, A.B., 2014. Where do coastlines stabilize following rapid retreat? Geophysical Research Letters, 41: 1698-1703.
Durán, O. and Moore, L.J., 2013. Vegetation controls on the maximum size of coastal dunes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 110: 17217-17222.
Barr, J.G., Engel, V., Fuentes, J.D., Fuller, D.O. and Kwon, H., 2013. Modeling light use efficiency in a subtropical mangrove forest equipped with CO2 eddy covariance. Biogeosciences, 10: 2145-2158.
Hall, G.F., Hill, D.F., Horton, B.P., Engelhart, S.E. and Peltier, W.R., 2013. A high-resolution study of tides in the Delaware Bay: Past conditions and future scenarios. Geophysical Research Letters, 40: 338-342.
Craft, C.B., 2012. Tidal freshwater forest accretion does not keep pace with sea level rise. Global Change Biology, 18: 3615-3623.
Kemp, A.C., Horton, B.P., Vann, D.R., Engelhart, S.E., Grand Pre, C.A., Vane, C.H., Nikitina, D. and Anisfeld, S.C., 2012. Quantitative vertical zonation of salt-marsh foraminifera for reconstructing former sea level; an example from New Jersey, USA. Quaternary Science Reviews, 54: 26-39.
Kemp, A.C., Sommerfield, C.K., Vane, C.H., Horton, B.P., Chenery, S., Anisfeld, S. and Nikitina, D., 2012. Use of lead isotopes for developing chronologies in recent salt-marsh sediments. Quaternary Geochronology, 12: 40-49.
Törnqvist, T.E. and Hijma, M.P., 2012. Links betweeen early Holocene ice-sheet decay, sea-level rise and abrupt climate change. Nature Geoscience, 5: 601-606.
Fagherazzi, S. and Mariotti, G., 2012. Mudflat runnels: Evidence and importance of very shallow flows in intertidal morphodynamics. Geophysical Research Letters, 39: L14402.
Wilson, C.A., Hughes, Z.J. and FitzGerald, D.M., 2012. The effects of crab bioturbation on Mid-Atlantic saltmarsh tidal creek extension: Geotechnical and geochemical changes. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 106: 33-44.
Mariotti, G. and Fagherazzi, S., 2012. Channels-tidal flat sediment exchange: The channel spillover mechanism. Journal of Geophysical Research – Oceans, 117: C03032.
Barr, J.G., Engel, V., Smith, T.J. and Fuentes, J.D., 2012. Hurricane disturbance and recovery of energy balance, CO2 fluxes and canopy structure in a mangrove forest of the Florida Everglades. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 153: 54-66.
Morse, J.L., Ard n, M. and Bernhardt, E.S., 2012. Greenhouse gas fluxes in southeastern U.S. coastal plain wetlands under contrasting land uses. Ecological Applications, 22: 264-280.
Comeaux, R.S., Allison, M.A. and Bianchi, T.S., 2012.
Mangrove expansion in the Gulf of Mexico with climate change: Implications for wetland health and resistance to rising sea levels. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 96: 81-95.
Mariotti, G. and Fagherazzi, S., 2011. Asymmetric fluxes of water and sediments in a mesotidal mudflat channel. Continental Shelf Research, 31: 23-36.
Fagherazzi, S., Mariotti, G., Porter, J.H., McGlathery, K.J. and Wiberg, P.L., 2010. Wave energy asymmetry in shallow bays. Geophysical Research Letters, 37: L24601.
Ard n, M., Montanari, S., Morse, J.L., Doyle, M.W. and Bernhardt, E.S., 2010. Phosphorus export from a restored wetland ecosystem in response to natural and experimental hydrologic fluctuations. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences, 115: G04031.
Mariotti, G., Fagherazzi, S., Wiberg, P.L., McGlathery, K.J., Carniello, L. and Defina, A., 2010. Influence of storm surges and sea level on shallow tidal basin erosive processes. Journal of Geophysical Research – Oceans, 115: C11012.
Ard n, M., Morse, J.L., Doyle, M.W. and Bernhardt, E.S., 2010. The water quality consequences of restoring wetland hydrology to a large agricultural watershed in the southeastern coastal plain. Ecosystems, 115: 1060-1078.
Langley, J.A. and Megonigal, J.P., 2010. Ecosystem response to elevated CO2 levels limited by nitrogen-induced plant species shift. Nature, 466: 96-99.
Ross, M.S., O'Brien, J.J., Ford, R.G., Zhang, K. and Morkill, A., 2009. Disturbance and the rising tide: the challenge of biodiversity management on low-island ecosystems. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 7: 471–478.
Mattheus, C.R., Rodriguez, A.B. and McKee, B.A., 2009. Direct connectivity between upstream and downstream promotes rapid response of lower coastal-plain rivers to land-use change. Geophysical Research Letters, 36: L20401.
Fagherazzi, S. and Wiberg, P.L., 2009. Importance of wind conditions, fetch, and water levels on wave-generated shear stresses in shallow intertidal basins. Journal of Geophysical Research – Earth Surface, 114: F03022.
Zeng, H., Chambers, J.Q., Negrón-Juárez, R.I., Hurtt, G.C., Baker, D.B. and Powell, M.D., 2009. Impacts of tropical cyclones on U.S. forest tree mortality and carbon flux from 1851 to 2000. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 106: 7888-7892.
Langley, J.A., McKee, K.L., Cahoon, D.R., Cherry, J.A. and Megonigal, J.P., 2009. Elevated CO2 stimulates marsh elevation gain, counterbalancing sea-level rise. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 106: 6182-6186.
Hughes, Z.J., FitzGerald, D.M., Wilson, C.A., Pennings, S.C., Wieski, K. and Mahadevan, A., 2009. Rapid headward erosion of marsh creeks in response to relative sea level rise. Geophysical Research Letters, 36: L03602.
Negrón Juárez, R.I., Chambers, J.Q., Zeng, H. and Baker, D.B., 2008. Hurricane driven changes in land cover create biogeophysical climate feedbacks. Geophysical Research Letters, 35: L23401.
Fagherazzi, S., Hannion, M. and D'Odorico, P., 2008. Geomorphic structure of tidal hydrodynamics in salt marsh creeks. Water Resources Research, 44: W02419.
Chambers, J.Q., Fisher, J.I., Zeng, H., Chapman, E.L., Baker, D.B. and Hurtt, G.C., 2007. Hurricane Katrina's carbon footprint on U.S. Gulf Coast forests. Science, 318: 1107.