The citations listed below contain data, information, and/or reference to the CRMS program. The list is updated periodically and is not intended to be a comprehensive source of literature related to the CRMS program.
Allison, Mead, Brendan Yuill, Torbjörn Törnqvist, Falk Amelung, Timothy H. Dixon, Gilles Erkens, Roelof Stuurman et al. Global Risks and Research Priorities.
Amer, R., Kolker, A.S. and Muscietta, A., 2017. Propensity for erosion and deposition in a deltaic wetland complex: Implications for river management and coastal restoration. Remote Sensing of Environment, 199, pp.39-50.
Atazadeh, I., M.B. Edlund, B. Van der Vijver, K. Mills, S.A. Spaulding, P.A. Gell, S. Crawford, A.F. barton, S.S. Lee, K.E.L. Smith, P. Newall, and M. Potapova. 2014. Morphology, ecology, and biogeography of Stauroneis pachycephala P.T. Cleve (Bacillariophyta) and its transfer to the genus Envekadea. Diatom Research 29:4: 455-464.
Bagley, B.M., 2017. Influence of Environmental Conditions and Inundation History on Bacterial Diversity of Salt Marsh Soils in Southern Louisiana. Master's thesis, University of Tennessee Knoxville.
Barras, J.A., 2006. Land area changes in coastal Louisiana after the 2005 hurricanes. A series of three maps: USGS Open-File Report, pp.06-1274.
Bartolini, S., Mecocci, A., Pozzebon, A., Zoppetti, C., Bertoni, D., Sarti, G., Caiti, A., Costanzi, R., Catani, F., Ciampalini, A. and Moretti, S., 2018. Augmented Virtuality for Coastal Management: A Holistic Use of In Situ and Remote Sensing for Large Scale Definition of Coastal Dynamics. ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information, 7(3), p.92.
Baustian, M.M., Clark, F.R., Jerabek, A.S., Wang, Y., Bienn, H.C. and White, E.D., 2018. Modeling current and future freshwater inflow needs of a subtropical estuary to manage and maintain forested wetland ecological conditions. Ecological Indicators, 85, pp.791-807.
Baustian, M.M., Meselhe, E., Jung, H., Sadid, K., Duke-Sylvester, S.M., Visser, J.M., Allison, M.A., Moss, L.C., Ramatchandirane, C., van Maren, D.S. and Jeuken, M., 2018. Development of an Integrated Biophysical Model to represent morphological and ecological processes in a changing deltaic and coastal ecosystem. Environmental Modelling & Software, 109, pp.402-419.
Baustian, M.M., Stagg, C.L., Perry, C.L., Moss, L.C., Carruthers, T.J. and Allison, M., 2017. Relationships Between Salinity and Short-Term Soil Carbon Accumulation Rates from Marsh Types Across a Landscape in the Mississippi River Delta. Wetlands, pp.1-12.
Beland, M., Roberts, D. A., Peterson, S. H., Biggs, T. W., Kokaly, R. F., Piazza, S., ... & Ustin, S. L. (2016). Mapping changing distributions of dominant species in oil-contaminated salt marshes of Louisiana using imaging spectroscopy. Remote Sensing of Environment, 182, 192-207.
Beland, M.C., 2018. Salt Marsh Responses To Oil Contamination Following The Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill. Doctoral Dissertation, San Diego State University.
Bernhard, A.E., Chelsky, A., Giblin, A.E. and Roberts, B.J., 2019. Influence of Local and Regional Drivers on Spatial and Temporal Variation of Ammonia‐oxidizing Communities in Gulf of Mexico Salt Marshes. Environmental Microbiology Reports, 11(6), pp. 825-834.
Bianchette, T.A., Liu, K.B., Qiang, Y. and Lam, N.S.N., 2015. Wetland Accretion Rates Along Coastal Louisiana: Spatial and Temporal Variability in Light of Hurricane Isaac’s Impacts. Water, 8(1), p.1.
Bilskie, M.V. and Hagen, S.C., 2018. Defining Flood Zone Transitions in Low‐Gradient Coastal Regions. Geophysical Research Letters, 45(6), pp.2761-2770.
Bridgeman, J.G., 2018. Understanding Mississippi Delta Subsidence through Stratigraphic and Geotechnical Analysis of a Continuous Holocene Core at a Subsidence Superstation (Master's thesis, Tulane University School of Science and Engineering).
Brien, L.F., 2015. Modeling eutrophication vulnerability in coastal Louisiana wetlands impacted by freshwater diversion: A remote sensing approach(Doctoral dissertation, Kansas State University).
Broussard III, W.P., Suir, G.M. and Visser, J.M., 2018. Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) and Satellite Imagery Collections in a Coastal Intermediate Marsh to Determine the Land-Water Interface, Vegetation Types, and Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) Values. Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) Values. DOI: 10.21079/11681/29517
Broussard, W.P., Visser, J.M. and Brooks, R.P., 2020. Quantifying Vegetation and Landscape Metrics with Hyperspatial Unmanned Aircraft System Imagery in a Coastal Oligohaline Marsh. Estuaries and Coasts, pp.1-12.
Brown, G.L. and Pevey, K.C., 2019. Hydrodynamic, Salinity, and Morphological Modeling Study of a Sediment Diversion; An Application of the Adaptive Hydraulics Model/SEDLIB Sediment Transport Library (No. MRGP Report No 27). ERDC Vicksburg United States.
Burleson, D.W., Rifai, H.S., Proft, J.K., Dawson, C.N. and Bedient, P.B., 2015. Vulnerability of an industrial corridor in Texas to storm surge. Natural Hazards, 77(2), pp.1183-1203.
Byrnes, M., & Berlinghoff, J. (2012). Gulf Regional Sediment Management Master Plan: Case Study Compilation. Journal of Coastal Research, 72-124. Retrieved from http://www.jstor.org/stable/41508594
Byrnes, M.R., Britsch, L.D., Berlinghoff, J.L., Johnson, R. and Khalil, S., 2019. Recent subsidence rates for Barataria Basin, Louisiana. Geo-Marine Letters, pp. 1-14.
Cahoon, D.R., 2015. Estimating relative sea-level rise and submergence potential at a coastal wetland. Estuaries and Coasts, 38(3), pp.1077-1084.
Cahoon, D.R., Reed, D.J., Day, J.W., Lynch, J.C., Swales, A. and Lane, R.R. (2020). Applications and utility of the surface elevation table–marker horizon method for measuring wetland elevation and shallow soil subsidence-expansion.
Carazzolo, G. Modelling the role of compaction in the aggradation and progradation of the Mississippi Delta during the Holocene. Master's thesis, Universita Degli Studi Di Padova
Carle, M., Sasser, C., & Roberts, H. (2015). Accretion and Vegetation Community Change in the Wax Lake Delta Following the Historic 2011 Mississippi River Flood. Journal of Coastal Research, 31(3), 569-587. Retrieved from http://www.jstor.org/stable/43385533
Carle, M.V. and Sasser, C.E., 2016. Productivity and Resilience: Long-Term Trends and Storm-Driven Fluctuations in the Plant Community of the Accreting Wax Lake Delta. Estuaries and Coasts, pp.1-17.
Carle, M.V., Wang, L. and Sasser, C.E., 2014. Mapping freshwater marsh species distributions using WorldView-2 high-resolution multispectral satellite imagery. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 35(13), pp.4698-4716.
Ceresnak, N., 2017. Differential Responses of Soil Greenhouse Gas Production and Denitrification to Salinity Alterations Along a Wetland Salinity Gradient. Master's thesis, Louisiana State University.
Chauvin, J.M., 2018. Wave Attenuation by Constructed Oyster Reef Breakwaters. Master's thesis, Louisiana State University.
Chénier, R., Sagram, M., Omari, K., & Jirovec, A. (2020). Earth Observation and Artificial Intelligence for Improving Safety to Navigation in Canada Low-Impact Shipping Corridors. ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information, 9(6), 383.
Cortese, L. and Fagherazzi, S., 2022. Fetch and distance from the bay control accretion and erosion patterns in Terrebonne marshes (Louisiana, USA). Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 47:1455-1465.
Couvillion, B., M. Fischer, H. Beck, and W. Sleavin. 2016. Spatial configuration trends in coastal Louisiana from 1985 to 2010. Wetlands. 10.1007/s13157-016-0744-9.
Couvillion, B.R. and H. Beck. 2013. Marsh Collapse Thresholds for Coastal Louisiana Estimated Using Elevation and Vegetation Index Data. Journal of Coastal Research 63:58-67
Couvillion, B.R., Steyer, G.D., Wang, H., Beck, H.J. and Rybczyk, J.M., 2013. Forecasting the effects of coastal protection and restoration projects on wetland morphology in coastal Louisiana under multiple environmental uncertainty scenarios. Journal of Coastal Research, 67(sp1), pp.29-50.
Cretini, K.F., Wood, W.B., Visser, J.M., Krauss, K.W., Sharp, L.A., Steyer, G.D., Shaffer, G.P. and Piazza, S.C., 2018. Floristic Quality Index and Forested Floristic Quality Index: Assessment Tools for Restoration Projects and Monitoring Sites in Coastal Louisiana. In Wetland and Stream Rapid Assessments (pp. 459-473). Academic Press.
Cronin, J.T., Johnston, J. and Diaz, R., 2020. Multiple Potential Stressors and Dieback of Phragmites australis in the Mississippi River Delta, USA: Implications for Restoration. Wetlands, pp.1-15.
Davis, D.M., 2022. Understanding the Horse Fly Species and Species Relations of the Tabanus nigrovittatus Complex Along Coastal Louisiana. Master's thesis, Louisiana State University
Day, J.W., Colten, C. and Kemp, G.P., 2019. Mississippi Delta Restoration and Protection: Shifting Baselines, Diminishing Resilience, and Growing Nonsustainability. Chapter 10 In Coasts and Estuaries (pp. 167-186). Elsevier.
Deis, D.R., Fleeger, J.W., Johnson, D.S., Mendelssohn, I.A., Lin, Q., Graham, S.A., Zengel, S. and Hou, A., 2020. Recovery of the salt marsh periwinkle (Littoraria irrorata) 9 years after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill: Size matters. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 160, p.111581.
DeMarco, K., Couvillion, B., Brown, S. and La Peyre, M., 2018. Submerged aquatic vegetation mapping in coastal Louisiana through development of a spatial likelihood occurrence (SLOO) model. Aquatic Botany, 151, pp.87-97.
DeMarco, K.E., 2018. Shifting Niche Space in Coastal Landscapes: Spatio-temporal Patterns Driving Submerged Aquatic Vegetation across the Northern Gulf of Mexico. Doctoral dissertation, Louisiana State University.
Denapolis, T., 2018. Legacy Habitat Suitability of eastern oysters (Crassostrea virginica) in Louisiana: a prelude to Mississippi River Delta freshwater diversions. Thesis, University of New Orleans.
Denbina, M., Simard, M., Rodriguez, E., Wu, X., Chen, A. and Pavelsky, T., 2019. Mapping Water Surface Elevation and Slope in the Mississippi River Delta Using the AirSWOT Ka-Band Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar. Remote Sensing, 11(23), p. 2739.
Deshotel, M.W., 2017. Enhancing Undergraduate Water Resources Engineering Education Using Data and Modeling Resources Situated in Real-world Ecosystems: Design Principles and Challenges for Scaling and Sustainability (Graduate thesis, University of Louisiana at Lafayette).
Dietrich, J.C., J.J. Westerink, A.B. Kennedy, J.M. Smith, R.E. Jensen, M. Zulema, L.H. Holthuijsen, C. Dawson, R.A. Luettich, Jr., M.D. Powell, V.J. Cardone, A.T. Cox, G.W. Stone, H. Pourtaheri, M.E. Hope, S. Tanaka, L.G. Westerink, H.J. Westerink, and Z. Cobell. 2011. Hurricane Gustav (2008) Waves and Storm Surge: Hindcast, Synoptic Analysis, and Validation in Southern Louisiana. Monthly Weather Review 139:2488-2522.
Dobson Jr, G.E., 2016. Determining the efficacy of a wastewater assimilation wetland on transitioning a legacy salt marsh to a baldcypress (Taxodium distichum)-water tupelo (Nyssa aquatica) swamp (Doctoral dissertation, Southeastern Louisiana University).
Elsey-Quirk, T., Graham, S.A., Mendelssohn, I.A., Snedden, G., Day, J.W., Twilley, R.R., Shaffer, G., Sharp, L.A., Pahl, J. and Lane, R.R., 2019. Mississippi river sediment diversions and coastal wetland sustainability: Synthesis of responses to freshwater, sediment, and nutrient inputs. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 221, pp.170-183.
Engel, A.S., Liu, C., Paterson, A.T., Anderson, L.C., Turner, R.E. and Overton, E.B., 2017. Salt marsh bacterial communities before and after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 83(20), pp.e00784-17.
Feagin, R.A., Forbrich, I., Huff, T.P., Barr, J.G., Ruiz‐Plancarte, J., Fuentes, J.D., Najjar, R.G., Vargas, R., Vázquez‐Lule, A., Windham‐Myers, L. and Kroeger, K.D., 2020. Tidal Wetland Gross Primary Production Across the Continental United States, 2000–2019. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 34(2), p.e2019GB006349.
Fernandez, A., Tang, J. and Rosenheim, B.E., 2014. Siderite ‘clumped’ isotope thermometry: a new paleoclimate proxy for humid continental environments. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 126, pp.411-421.
French, J. E. (2020). Optimization of Marsh Terracing as a Wetland Restoration Technique: Mitigation of Cohesive Sediment Erosion by Waves Associated with Frontal Passage (Doctoral dissertation, Mississippi State University).
Glick, P., Clough, J., Polaczyk, A., Couvillion, B., & Nunley, B. (2013). Potential Effects of Sea-Level Rise on Coastal Wetlands in Southeastern Louisiana. Journal of Coastal Research, 211-233. Retrieved from http://www.jstor.org/stable/23486514
Green, C.C., W.E. Kelso, M.D. Kaller, K.M. Gautreaux, and D.G. Kelly. 2012. Potential for naturalization of nonindigenous Tilapia Orechromis sp. in coastal Louisiana marshes based on integrating thermal tolerance and field data. Wetlands 32:717-723.
Habib, E., Deshotel, M. and Williams, D., 2017. Unlocking the Educational Value of Large-Scale, Coastal-Ecosystem Restoration Projects: Development of Student-Centered, Multidisciplinary Learning Modules. Journal of Coastal Research, 34(3), pp.738-751.
Hardy, T. and Wu, W., 2021. Impact of different restoration methods on coastal wetland loss in Louisiana: Bayesian analysis. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 193(1), pp.1-15.
Henkel, T., Preau, A., and Lopez, J. 2016. Swamp Restoration Suitability Assessment for the Pontchartrain Basin. Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation, September 2016.
Hiatt, M., Snedden, G., Day, J.W., Rohli, R.V., Nyman, J.A., Lane, R. and Sharp, L.A., 2019. Drivers and impacts of water level fluctuations in the Mississippi River delta: Implications for delta restoration. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 224, pp.117-137.
Hijuelos, A. and Reed, D., 2017.2017 Coastal Master Plan Appendix F: Adaptive Management.
Hill, T.D. and Roberts, B.J., 2017. Effects of seasonality and environmental gradients on Spartina alterniflora allometry and primary production. Ecology and Evolution.
Hillman, E., Henkel, T., Baker, D., Butcher, K., Smith, P., and Lopez, J. 2016. Update on Plantings and Tree Monitoring in the Vicinity of the Caernarvon Freshwater Diversion: May, 2014 to July, 2016. Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation, November 2016.
Hillmann, E.R., 2018. Analysis of Submerged Aquatic Vegetation Resources across the Northern Gulf of Mexico: Communities and Biomass. Doctoral Dissertation, Louisiana State University.
Hillmann, E. R., DeMarco, K., & La Peyre, M. K. (2019). Salinity and water clarity dictate seasonal variability in coastal submerged aquatic vegetation in subtropical estuarine environments. Aquatic Biology, 28, 175-186.
Hillmann, E. R., Rivera-Monroy, V. H., Nyman, J. A., & La Peyre, M. K. (2020). Estuarine submerged aquatic vegetation habitat provides organic carbon storage across a shifting landscape. Science of The Total Environment, 717, 137217.
Hillmann, E., Baker, D., & Lopez, J. (2020). Bayou St. John Urban Marsh Monitoring Report 2014–2019.
Hoitink, A.J.F., Nittrouer, J.A., Passalacqua, P., Shaw, J.B., Langendoen, E.J., Huismans, Y. and van Maren, D.S., 2020. Resilience of river deltas in the Anthropocene. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, 125(3), p.e2019JF005201.
Hollweg, T. A., Christman, M. C., Cebrian, J., Wallace, B. P., Friedman, S. L., Ballestero, H. R., ... & Benson, K. G. (2019). Meta-analysis of nekton utilization of coastal habitats in the northern Gulf of Mexico. Estuaries and Coasts, 1-24.
Holm Jr, G.O., Perez, B.C., McWhorter, D.E., Krauss, K.W., Johnson, D.J., Raynie, R.C. and Killebrew, C.J., 2016. Ecosystem Level Methane Fluxes from Tidal Freshwater and Brackish Marshes of the Mississippi River Delta: Implications for Coastal Wetland Carbon Projects. Wetlands, pp.1-13.
Holmquist, J.R., Windham-Myers, L., Bliss, N., Crooks, S., Morris, J.T., Megonigal, J.P., Troxler, T., Weller, D., Callaway, J., Drexler, J. and Ferner, M.C., 2018. Accuracy and Precision of Tidal Wetland Soil Carbon Mapping in the Conterminous United States. Scientific reports, 8(1), p.9478.
Honig, A., La Peyre, M.K. and Supan, J., 2014. Effects of low and high salinity regimes on seasonal gametogenesis of the ribbed mussel Geukensia granosissima in coastal Louisiana, USA. Sexuality and Early Development in Aquatic Organisms, 1, pp.75-82.
Honig, A., Supan, J. and Peyre, M.L., 2015. Population ecology of the gulf ribbed mussel across a salinity gradient: recruitment, growth and density.Ecosphere, 6(11), pp.1-13.
Honig, Aaron. 2013. Population Ecology of the Ribbed Mussel in Southeastern Louisiana. Louisiana State University Thesis 54p.
Hooper, M.J., Glomb, S.J., Harper, D.D., Hoelzle, T.B., McIntosh, L.M. and Mulligan, D.R., 2015. Integrated risk and recovery monitoring of ecosystem restorations on contaminated sites. Integrated environmental assessment and management.
Hope, M.E., J.J. Westerink, A.B. Kennedy, P.C. Kerr, J.C. Dietrich, C. Dawson, C.J. Bender, J.M. Smith, R.E. Jensen, M. Zijlema, L.H. Holthuijsen, R.A. Luettich Jr., M.D. Powell, V.J. Cardone, A.T. Cox, H. Pourtaheri, H.J. Roberts, J.H. Atkinson, S. Tanaka, H.J. Westerink, L.G. Westerink. 2013. Hindcast and validation of Hurricane Ike (2008) waves, forerunner, and storm surge. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 118:4424-4460.
Horaist, D.W., 2015. Estimating Seed Bank Responses to Changing Environmental Conditions in the Louisiana Coastal Zone (Thesis, UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA AT LAFAYETTE).
Hu, K., Chen, Q. and Wang, H., 2015. A numerical study of vegetation impact on reducing storm surge by wetlands in a semi-enclosed estuary.Coastal Engineering, 95, pp.66-76.
Hunter, R. G., Day, J. W., Shaffer, G. P., Lane, R. R., Englande, A. J., Reimers, R., ... & Hillmann, E. (2016). Restoration and Management of a Degraded Baldcypress Swamp and Freshwater Marsh in Coastal Louisiana. Water, 8(3), 71.
Ialeggio, J.S., 2014. Some Effects of Nutrient and Flooding Stress Manipulation on Coastal Louisiana Wetland Vegetation. Thesis. Louisiana State University.
Jafari, N.H., Harris, B.D., Cadigan, J.A., Day, J.W., Sasser, C.E., Kemp, G.P., Wigand, C., Freeman, A., Sharp, L.A., Pahl, J. and Shaffer, G.P., 2019. Wetland shear strength with emphasis on the impact of nutrients, sediments, and sea level rise. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 229, p.106394.
Jankowski, K.L., Törnqvist, T.E. and Fernandes, A.M., 2017. Vulnerability of Louisiana’s coastal wetlands to present-day rates of relative sea-level rise. Nature Communications, 8, p.14792.
Jensen, D., Cavanaugh, K.C., Simard, M., Okin, G.S., Castañeda-Moya, E., McCall, A. and Twilley, R.R., 2019. Integrating imaging spectrometer and synthetic aperture radar data for estimating wetland vegetation aboveground biomass in coastal Louisiana. Remote Sensing, 11(21), p. 2533.
Jensen, D. J. (2019). Imaging Spectroscopy Applications for Mapping and Monitoring Environmental Change in Louisiana’s Coastal Wetlands (Doctoral dissertation, UCLA).
Jerabek, A., Darnell, K.M., Pellerin, C. and Carruthers, T.J., 2017. Use of Marsh Edge and Submerged Aquatic Vegetation as Habitat by Fish and Crustaceans in Degrading Southern Louisiana Coastal Marshes. Southeastern Geographer, 57(3), pp.212-230.
Jin, C., Gong, Z., Geng, L., Zhao, K., Xu, B. and Coco, G., 2018. Observations of Surface and Subsurface Processes on a Saltmarsh in the Central Jiangsu Coast (China). Journal of Coastal Research, 85(sp1), pp.296-300.
Jones, S.F., Stagg, C.L., Krauss, K.W. and Hester, M.W., 2018. Flooding Alters Plant‐Mediated Carbon Cycling Independently of Elevated Atmospheric CO2 Concentrations. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences.
Jones, S.F., Stagg, C.L., Yando, E.S., James, W.R., Buffington, K.J. and Hester, M.W., 2020. Stress gradients interact with disturbance to reveal alternative states in salt marsh: Multivariate resilience at the landscape scale. Journal of Ecology.
Justic, D., Duke-Sylvesterx, S.M., Visserx, J.M., Xue, Z. and Liang, J., 2016. Coastal Ecosystem Modeling in the Context of Climate Change: An Overview With Case Studies. Ecological Model Types, 28, p.227.
Kang, S.R. and S.L. King. 2013. Effects of hydrologic connectivity and environmental variables on nekton assemblages in a coastal marsh system. Wetlands 33:321-334.
Kang, S.R. and S.L. King. 2013. Effects of hydrologic connectivity on pond environmental characteristics in a coastal marsh system. Southern Naturalist 12(3): 568-578.
Karegar, M. A., Larson, K. M., Kusche, J., & Dixon, T. H. (2020). Novel quantification of shallow sediment compaction by GPS interferometric reflectometry and implications for flood susceptibility. Geophysical Research Letters, 47(14), e2020GL087807.
Kearney, M.S., Riter, C.A. and Turner, R.E., 2015. Comment on:“Integrating Successional Ecology and the Delta Lobe Cycle in Wetland Research and Restoration” by Nyman (2014). Estuaries and Coasts, 38(6), pp.1821-1823.
Keim, R.F., Lemon, M.G.T. and Oakman, E.C., 2019. Posthurricane Salinity in an Impounded Coastal Wetland (Bayou Sauvage, Louisiana, USA). Journal of Coastal Research, 35(5), pp. 1003-1009.
Kelsall, M. L. (2019). Sources and Chemical Stability of Soil Organic Carbon along a Salinity Gradient and a Chronosequence of Created Brackish Marshes in Coastal Louisiana.
Keogh, M. E. (2019). Accretion, Compaction, and Restoration: Sediment Dynamics and Relative Sea-level Rise in Coastal Wetlands (Doctoral dissertation, Tulane University School of Science and Engineering).
Keogh, M.E. and Törnqvist, T.E., 2019. Measuring rates of present-day relative sea-level rise in low-elevation coastal zones: a critical evaluation. Ocean Science, 15(1), pp. 61-73.
Keogh, M.E., Kolker, A.S., Snedden, G.A. and Renfro, A.A., 2019. Hydrodynamic controls on sediment retention in an emerging diversion-fed delta. Geomorphology, 332, pp. 100-111.
Khalil, S.M., Forrest, B.M., Haywood, E. and Raynie, R.C., 2018. Surficial sediment distribution maps for sustainability and ecosystem restoration of coastal Louisiana. Shore & Beach, 86(3), pp. 21-28.
Khalil, S. M., Forrest, B. M., Lowiec, M., Suthard, B. C., Raynie, R. C., Haywood, E. L., & Robertson, Q. (2020). Overview of statewide geophysical surveys for ecosystem restoration in Louisiana. Shore & Beach, 88(1), 102.
Khalil, S. M., Grandy, G. M., & Raynie, R. C. (2020). Ecosystem restoration in Louisiana—a decade after the Deep Water Horizon oil spill. Shore & Beach, 88(1), 38.
Kimball, M. E., Boswell, K. M., & Rozas, L. P. 2016. Estuarine fish behavior around slotted water control structures in a managed salt marsh. Wetlands Ecology and Management, 1-14.
Kimbrough, E.R., 2019. Baldcypress (Taxodium distichum) Associated Microbes in A Dynamic Coastal Landscape. Doctoral dissertation, Tulane University School of Science and Engineering.
Kimbrough, E.R., Berlow, M.L. and Van Bael, S.A., 2018. Water Level and Salinity Drive Community Structure of Culturable Baldcypress (Taxodium distichum) Endophytes in Southern Louisiana. Wetlands, pp.1-7.
Knight, I.A., Cronin, J.T., Gill, M., Nyman, J.A., Wilson, B.E. and Diaz, R., 2020. Investigating Plant Phenotype, Salinity, and Infestation by the Roseau Cane Scale as Factors in the Die-Back of Phragmites australis in the Mississippi River Delta, USA. Wetlands, 40(5), pp.1327-1337.
Kokaly, R.F., B.R. Couvillion, J.M. Holloway, D.A. Roberts, S.L. Ustin, S.H. Peterson, S. Khanna, S.C. Piazza. 2013. Spectroscopic remote sensing of the distribution and persistence of oil from the Deepwater Horizon spill in Barataria Bay marshes. Remote Sensing of Environment 129:210-230.
Krauss, K.W., Holm, G.O., Perez, B.C., McWhorter, D.E., Cormier, N., Moss, R.F., Johnson, D.J., Neubauer, S.C. and Raynie, R.C., 2016. Component greenhouse gas fluxes and radiative balance from two deltaic marshes in Louisiana: Pairing chamber techniques and eddy covariance. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 121(6), pp.1503-1521.
La Peyre, M., Furlong, J., Brown, L.A., Piazza, B.P. and Brown, K., 2014. Oyster reef restoration in the northern Gulf of Mexico: Extent, methods and outcomes. Ocean & Coastal Management, 89, pp.20-28.
La Peyre, M.K. and J. Gordon. 2012. Nekton density patterns and hurricane recovery in submerged aquatic vegetation and along non-vegetated natural and created edge habitats. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 98 (108-118).
La Peyre, M.K., Humphries, A.T., Casas, S.M. and La Peyre, J.F., 2014. Temporal variation in development of ecosystem services from oyster reef restoration. Ecological Engineering, 63, pp.34-44.
La Peyre, M.K., Miller, L., Miller, S. and Melancon, E., 2017. Comparison of oyster populations, shoreline protection service, and site characteristics at seven created fringing reefs in Louisiana. Living Shorelines: The science and management of nature based coastal protection. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, Taylor & Francis, pp.363-382.
La Peyre, M.K., Schwarting, Lindsay, and Miller, Shea, 2013, Baseline data for evaluating development trajectory and provision of ecosystem services of created fringing oyster reefs in Vermilion Bay, Louisiana: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2013–1053, 43 p.
Lane, R. R., Mack, S. K., Day, J. W., DeLaune, R. D., Madison, M. J., & Precht, P. R. (2016). Fate of Soil Organic Carbon During Wetland Loss. Wetlands, 36(6), 1167-1181.
Lane, R.R., Day, J.W., Shaffer, G.P., Hunter, R.G., Day, J.N., Wood, W.B. and Settoon, P., 2016. Hydrology and water budget analysis of the East Joyce wetlands: Past history and prospects for the future. Ecological Engineering, 87, pp.34-44.
Lane, R.R., Reed, D.J., Day, J.W., Kemp, G.P., McDade, E.C. and Rudolf, W.B., 2020. Elevation and accretion dynamics at historical plots in the Biloxi Marshes, Mississippi Delta. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 245, p.106970.
Lauve, W. M. (2019). Assessment and Correction of Lidar-derived DEMs in the Coastal Marshes of Louisiana.
Li, A., & Tsai, F. T. C. (2020). Understanding dynamics of groundwater flows in the Mississippi River Delta. Journal of Hydrology, 583, 124616.
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