Jackson Estuarine Laboratory

Jackson Estuarine Laboratory

 
Jackson Estuarine Laboratory (JEL) is located five miles from the Durham campus on the shores of Great Bay Estuary, one of the largest estuaries in northern New England. JEL features well-equipped facilities where scientists conduct field-based and experimental research on physical and biological components of coastal ecosystems. Research at JEL has advanced our understanding of coastal ecosystems, especially with regard to human influences and management, in New Hampshire, the Gulf of Maine region and the world. In a typical year, 25 projects are carried out by the scientists at JEL, with total external funding often exceeding $2 million. In 2015, The New Hampshire chapter of the Nature Conservancy named JEL its Restoration Parner of the Year!

JEL has eight resident faculty members from the departments of Biological Sciences, Natural Resources, and Earth Systems Science, along with several support staff, research associates, students, post-doctoral fellows and visiting scientists. In addition, non-resident faculty and students from other UNH departments conduct research at JEL. A fleet of small research vessels is based at JEL, including five outboard powered boats ranging from a 12-foot skiff to a 22-foot center console. Facilities include a pier with a 2,000-pound crane and a floating dock with slip spaces for four boats. JEL has a full analytical laboratory to study water quality, and labs dedicated to sedimentology, animal physiology and behavior, shellfish/seafloor ecology, microbiology, phycology (study of benthic algae), tidal marsh ecology, and seagrass ecology. In addition, flowing estuarine water is provided to a wet lab, greenhouse, and outdoor facilities to support the study of estuarine plants and animals.

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Submissions from 2011

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A Floristic Comparison of Benthic "Marine" Algae in Bras D'or Lake, Nova Scotia with Five Other Northwest Atlantic Embayments and the Baltic Sea in Northern Europe, Arthur C. Mathieson and Clinton J. Dawes

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Mapping Soil Pore Water Salinity of Tidal Marsh Habitats Using Electromagnetic Induction in Great Bay Estuary, USA, Gregg E. Moore, David M. Burdick, Christopher R. Peter, and Donald R. Keirstead

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Leaf Reddening in the Seagrass Thalassia testudinum in relation to anthocyanins, seagrass physiology and morphology, and plant protection, Alyssa B. Novak and Frederick T. Short

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UV-b induces leaf reddening and supports photosynthesis in the seagrass Thalassia testudinum, Alyssa B. Novak and Frederick T. Short

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Extinction Risk Assessment of the World’s Seagrass Species, Frederick T. Short, Beth Polidoro, Suzanne R. Livingstone, Kent E. Carpenter, Salomao Bandeira, Japar Sidik Bujang, Hilconida P. Calumpong, Tim J. B. Carruthers, Robert G. Coles, William C. Dennison, Paul L. A. Erftemeijer, Miguel D. Fortes, Aaren S. Freeman, T. G. Jagtap, Abu Hena M. Kamal, Gary A. Kendrick, W. Judson Kenworthy, Yayu A. La Nafie, Ichwan M. Nasution, Robert J. Orth, Anchana Prathep, Jonnell C. Sanciangco, Brigitta van Tussenbroek, Sheila G. Vergara, Michelle Waycott, and Joseph C. Zieman

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Two Methods for Determining the Fertility Status of Early-Stage American Lobster, Homarus americanus, Eggs, Winsor H. Watson III, Kirby J. Johnson, and Jason S. Goldstein

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Evidence that potential fish predators elicit the production of carapace vibrations by the American lobster, Winsor H. Watson III, Francoise Morison, Elizabeth Morrissey, and Kyle Jenks

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The behavior of cod (Gadus morhua) in an offshore aquaculture net pen, Winsor H. Watson III, Chris Rillahan, Michael D. Chambers, and William Hunting Howell

Submissions from 2010

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Effects of moving acclimation cages prior to release of cultured fish: alternate release strategies for a juvenile winter flounder Pseudopleuronectes americanus stock enhancement effort, Elizabeth A. Fairchild, James A. Sulikowski, Nathan Rennels, W. Huntting Howell, and Paul C. W. Tsang

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The Impact of Conservation on the Status of the World’s Vertebrates, Michael Hoffmann, Craig Hilton-Taylor, Ariadne Angulo, Monkia Bohm, Thomas M. Brooks, Stuart H. M. Butchart, Kent E. Carpenter, Janice Chanson, Ben Collen, Neil A. Cox, William R. T. Darwall, Nicholas K. Dulvy, Lucy R. Harrison, Vineet Katariya, Caroline M. Pollock, Suhel Quader, Nadia I. Richman, Ana S. L. Rodrigues, Marcelo F. Tognelli, Jean-Christophe Vie, John M. Aguiar, David J. Allen, Gerald R. Allen, Giovanni Amori, Natalia B. Ananjeva, Franco Andreone, Paul Andrew, Aida Luz Aquino Ortiz, Jonathan E. M. Baillie, Ricardo Baldi, Ben D. Bell, S. D. Biju, Jeremy P. Bird, Patricia Black-Decima, J. Julian Blanc, Federico Bolanos, Wilmar Bolivar-G., Ian J. Burfield, David R. Capper, Fernando Castro, Gianluca Catullo, Rachel D. Cavanagh, Alan Channing, Ning Labbish Chao, Anna M. Chenery, Federica Chiozza, Viola Clausnitzer, Nigel J. Collar, Leah C. Collett, Bruce B. Collette, Claudia F. Cortez Fernandez, Matthew T. Craig, Michael J. Crosby, Neil Cumberlidge, Annabelle Cuttelod, Andrew E. Derocher, Arvin C. Diesmos, John S. Donaldson, J. W. Ducksworth, Guy Dutson, S. K. Dutta, Richard H. Emslie, Aljos Farjon, Sarah Fowler, Jorg Freyhof, David L. Garshelis, Justin Gerlach, David J. Gower, Tandora D. Grant, Geoffrey A. Hammerson, Richard B. Harris, Lawrence R. Heaney, S. Blair Hedges, Jean-Marc Hero, Baz Hughes, Syed Ainul Hussain, Javier Icochea M., Robert F. Inger, Nobuo Ishii, Djoko T. Iskandar, Richard K. B. Jenkins, Yoshio Kaneko, Maurice Kottelat, and Frederick T. Short

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Cryptic diversity of Ulva (Ulvales, Chlorophyta) in the Northwest Atlantic: Introduced and indigenous distromatic species, Laurie C. Hofmann, Jeremy C. Nettleton, Christopher D. Neefus, and Arthur C. Mathieson

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Grateloupia turuturu Yamada (Rhodophyta, Halymeniales, Halymeniaceae), Arthur C. Mathieson

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A Floristic Comparison of Seaweeds from James Bay and Three Contiguous Northeastern Canadian Arctic Sites, Arthur C. Mathieson, Gregg E. Moore, and Frederick T. Short

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The dispersal dynamics of juvenile plantigrade mussels (Mytilus edulis L.) from eelgrass (Zostera marina) meadows in Maine,USA, Carter R. Newell, Frederick T. Short, Heidi Hoven, Linda Healey, Vijay Panchang, and Guo Cheng

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Leaf reddening in seagrasses, Alyssa B. Novak and Frederick T. Short

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Can Plant Competition and Diversity Reduce the Growth and Survival of Exotic Phragmites australis Invading a Tidal Marsh?, Christopher Robert Peter and David M. Burdick

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The loss of species: mangrove extinction risk and failure of critical exosystem services, Beth A. Polidoro, Kent E. Carpenter, Lorna Collins, Norman C. Duke, Aaron M. Ellison, Joanna C. Ellison, Elizabeth J. Famsworth, Edwino S. Fernando, Kandasamy Kathiresan, Nico E. Koedam, Suzanne R. Livingstone, Toyohiko Miyagi, Gregg E. Moore, Vien Ngoc Nam, Jin Eong Ong, Jurgenne H. Primavera, Severino G. Salmo III, Jonnell C. Sanciangco, Sukristijono Sukardjo, Yamin Wang, and Jean Wan Hong Yong

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Male horseshoe crabs Limulus polyphemus use multiple sensory cues to locate mates, Katharine M. Saunders, H. Jane Brockman, Winsor H. Watson III, and Steven H. Jury

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Seasonal movements of American horseshoe crabs Limulus polyphemus in the Great Bay Estuary, New Hampshire (USA), Susanne Y. Schaller, Christopher C. Chabot, and Winsor H. Watson III

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Halophilia ovalis in the tropical Atlantic Ocean, Frederick T. Short, Gregg E. Moore, and Kimberly A. Peyton

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Eelgrass recovery after nutrient enrichment reversal, Jamie M. P. Vaudrey, James N. Kremer, Brett F. Branco, and Frederick T. Short

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Circatidal rhythms of locomotion in the American horseshoe crab Limulus polyphemus: Underlying mechanisms and cues that influence them, Winsor H. Watson III and Christopher C. Chabot

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High resolution tracking of adult horseshoe crabs Limulus polyphemus in a New Hampshire estuary using fixed array ultrasonic telemetry, Winsor H. Watson III and Christopher C. Chabot

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The effects of water pressure, temperature, and current cycles on circatidal rhythms expressed by the American horseshoe crab, Limulus polyphemus, Winsor H. Watson III, Christopher C. Chabot, Jeffrey F. Yelle, and Conor B. O'Donnell

Submissions from 2009

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From Seals to Snails: Understanding Eelgrass, Nora T. Beem and Frederick T. Short

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Impacts of Marine Docks on Eelgrass in New England: A Spreadsheet-Based Model for Managers and Planners, David M. Burdick, Frederick T. Short, and Gregg Moore

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Using telemetry to monitor movements and habitat use of cultured and wild juvenile winter flounder in a shallow estuary, Elizabeth A. Fairchild, N. Rennels, and W. Huntting Howell

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Effects of a large fishing closure on benthic communities in the western Gulf of Maine: recovery from the effects of gillnets and otter trawls, Raymond E. Grizzle, Larry G. Ward, Larry A. Mayer, Mashkoor A. Malik, Andrew B. Cooper, Holly A. Abeels, Jennifer K. Greene, Melissa A. Brodeur, and Andrew A. Rosenberg

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Microbial contamination and shellfish safety, Stephen H. Jones

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Floristic Studies of Seaweeds from Cobscook Bay, Maine, Arthur C. Mathieson, Clinton J. Dawes, Edward J. Hehre, and Larry G. Harris

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Investigations of New England Marine Algae I: A Floristic and Descriptive Ecological Study of the Marine Algae at Jaffrey Point, New Hampshire, U.S.A., Arthur C. Mathieson, Edward J. Hehre, and N. B. Reynolds

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Investigations of New England Marine Algae II: The Species Composition, Distribution and Zonation of Seaweeds in the Great Bay Estuary System and the Adjacent Open Coast of New Hampshire, Arthur C. Mathieson, N. B. Reynolds, and Edward J. Hehre

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Status of the Eastern Grasswort, Lilaeopsis chinensis (Apiaceae), in the Great Bay Estuary, New Hampshire, U.S.A, Gregg E. Moore, Chrisopher R. Peter, David M. Burdick, and Donald R. Keirstead

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The Functions and Values of Fringing Salt Marshes in Northern New England, USA, Pamela A. Morgan, David M. Burdick, and Frederick T. Short

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Revised ranges of sea grass species in the Myeik Archipelago, Myanmar, Alyssa B. Novak, Ellen Hines, Donna Kwan, Leslee Parr, Mya Than Tun, Han Win, and Frederick T. Short

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Home range dynamics of the American lobster, Homarus americanus, Darren A. Scopel, Walter J. Golet, and Winsor H. Watson III

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Distribution and evolution of variable group I-introns in the small ribosomal subunit of North Atlantic Porphyra (Bangiales, Rhodophyta), Brian W. Teasdale, Andrew West, Anita S. Klein, and Arthur C. Mathieson

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Use of ultrasonic telemetry to determine the area of bait influence and trapping area of American lobster, Homarus americanus, traps, Winsor H. Watson III, Walter J. Golet, and Steven H. Jury

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A self-contained system for observing and quantifying the behavior of Atlantic cod, Gadus morhua, in an offshore aquaculture cage, Winsor H. Watson III, Chris Rillahan, Michael D. Chambers, and William Hunting Howell

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The Relationship Between Small- and Large-Scale Movements of Horseshoe Crabs in the Great Bay Estuary and Limulus Behavior in the Laboratory, Winsor H. Watson III, Susanne Y. Schaller, and Christopher C. Chabot

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Home range dynamics of the American lobster, Homarus americanus, Winsor H. Watson III, Darren A. Scopel, and Walter J. Golet

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Accelerating loss of seagrasses across the globe threatens coastal ecosystems, Michelle Waycott, Carlos M. Duarte, Tim J. B. Carruthers, Robert J. Orth, William C. Dennison, Suzanne Olyarnik, James W. Fourqurean, Kenneth L. Heck Jr., A. Randall Hughes, Gary A. Kendrick, W. Judson Kenworthy, Frederick T. Short, and Susan L. Williams

Submissions from 2008

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Subtidal Eelgrass Declines in the Great Bay Estuary, New Hampshire and Maine, USA, Nora T. Beem and Frederick T. Short

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Managing seagrasses for resilience to climate change, Mats Bjork, Frederick T. Short, Elizabeth Mcleod, and Sven Beer

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Intertidal Oysters in Northern New England, Mark Capone, Raymond E. Grizzle, Arthur C. Mathieson, and Jay Odell

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Seagrass ecosystems: their global status and prospects, C. M. Duarte, J. Borum, Frederick T. Short, and D. I. Walker

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Distribution of winter flounder, Pseudopleuronectes americanus, in the Hampton-Seabrook Estuary, New Hampshire: observations from a field study, Elizabeth A. Fairchild, James Sulikowski, Nathan Rennels, W. Huntting Howell, and Christopher W. D. Gurshin

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Seagrass on the edge: land-use practices threaten coastal seagrass communities in Sabah, Malaysia, A. S. Freeman, Frederick T. Short, I. Isnain, F. A. Razak, and R. G. Coles

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Bottom habitat mapping using towed underwater videography: subtidal oyster reefs as an example application, Raymond E. Grizzle, Melissa A. Brodeur, Holly A. Abeels, and Jennifer K. Greene

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Seston removal by natural and constructed intertidal eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica) reefs: a comparison with previous laboratory studies, and the value of in situ methods, Raymond E. Grizzle, Jennifer K. Greene, and Loren D. Coen

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Environmental sources of microbial contaminants in shellfish and their public health significance, Stephen H. Jones

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The Asian red seaweed Grateloupia turuturu (Rhodophyta) invades the Gulf of Maine, Arthur C. Mathieson, Clinton J. Dawes, Judith Pederson, Rebecca A. Gladych, and James T. Carlton

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An historical comparison of seaweed populations from Casco Bay, Maine, Arthur C. Mathieson, Edward J. Hehre, Clinton J. Dawes, and Christopher D. Neefus

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Rapid Assessment Surveys of Fouling and Introduced Seaweeds in the Northwest Atlantic, Arthur C. Mathieson, Judith Pederson, and Clinton J. Dawes

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Multiple assessments of introduced seaweeds in the Northwest Atlantic, Arthur C. Mathieson, Judith R. Peterson, Christopher D. Neefus, Clinton J. Dawes, and Troy L. Bray

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Restoring Ecological Functions and Increasing Community Awareness of an Urban Tidal Pond Using Blue Mussels, Sean McDermott, David M. Burdick, Raymond E. Grizzle, and Jennifer Greene

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The Distribution, Morphology, and Ecology of Three Introduced Asiatic Species of Porphyra (Bangiales, Rhodophyta) in the Northwestern Atlantic, Christopher D. Neefus, Arthur C. Mathieson, Troy L. Bray, and Charles Yarish

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Characterization of Escherichia coli populations from gulls, landfill trash, and wastewater using ribotyping, M. Nelson, Stephen H. Jones, C. Edwards, and J. C. Ellis

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Detecting water quality patterns in New Hampshire’s estuaries using National Coastal Assessment probability-based survey data, Philip R. Trowbridge and Stephen H. Jones

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Stratigraphy, pollen history and geochronology of tidal marshes in a Gulf of Maine estuarine system: climatic and relative sea level impacts, Larry G. Ward, Brent J. Zaprowski, Kevin D. Trainer, and P. Thompson Davis

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Rhythms of Locomotion Expressed by Limulus polyphemus, the American Horseshoe Crab: II. Relationship to Circadian Rhythms of Visual Sensitivity, Winsor H. Watson III, Lisa Bedford, and Christopher C. Chabot

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Rhythms of Locomotion Expressed by Limulus polyphemus, the American Horseshoe Crab: I. Synchronization by Artificial Tides, Winsor H. Watson III, Christopher C. Chabot, and Stephen J. Skinner

Submissions from 2007

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A morphological and molecular investigation of the Porphyra purpurea (Bangiales, Rhodophyta) complex in the Northwest Atlantic, Troy L. Bray, Christopher D. Neefus, and Arthur C. Mathieson

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New insights into the cryptic diversity of the North Atlantic-Mediterranean ‘Porphyra leucosticta’ complex: P. olivii sp. nov. and P. rosengurttii (Bangiales, Rhodophyta), Juliet Brodie, Inka Bartsch, Christopher D. Neefus, Sotiris Orfanidis, Troy Bray, and Arthur C. Mathieson

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As we see it: Ecosystem services related to oyster restoration, Loren D. Coen, Robert D. Brumbaugh, David Bushek, Raymond E. Grizzle, Mark W. Luckenbach, Martin H. Posey, Sean P. Powers, and S. Gregory Tolley

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Successional development of fouling communities on open ocean aquaculture fish cages in the western Gulf of Maine, USA, Jennifer K. Greene and Raymond E. Grizzle

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Salt marsh and seagrass communities of Bakkhali Estuary, Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, M. K. Abu Hena, Frederick T. Short, S. M. Sharifuzzaman, M. Hasan, M. Rezowan, and M. Ali

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Comparison of three Seagrass monitoring systems: Seagrassnet, “Posidonia” programme and RSP, Gerard Pergent, C. Pergent-Martini, B. Casalta, C. Lopez, Y. Royo, B. Mimault, M. Salivas-Decaux, and Frederick T. Short

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Effect of grazing by Canada geese Branta canadensis on an intertidal eelgrass Zostera marina meadow, David O. Rivers and Frederick T. Short

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Global Seagrass distribution and diversity: a bioregional model, Frederick T. Short, T. Carruthers, W. Dennison, and Michelle Waycott

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Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, Winsor H. Watson III, Christopher C. Chabot, Scott H. Betournay, and Nicole R. Braley

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Thermal histories of brooding lobsters, Homarus americanus, in the Gulf of Maine, Winsor H. Watson III, Diane F. Cowan, Andrew R. Solow, and Andrew M. Mountcastle

Submissions from 2006

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Human Facilitation of Phragmites australis Invasions in Tidal Marshes: A Review and Synthesis, David Bart, David M. Burdick, Randolph Chambers, and Jean Marie Hartman

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Sheath length as a monitoring tool for calculating leaf growth in eelgrass (Zostera marina L.), Jeffrey L. Gaeckle, Frederick T. Short, S. E. Ibarra-Obando, and A. E. Meling-Lopez

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A new in situ method for measuring seston uptake by suspension-feeding bivalve mollusks, Raymond E. Grizzle, Jennifer K. Greene, Mark W. Luckenback, and Loren D. Coen

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A population dynamics model of the hard clam, Mercenaria mercenaria: development of the age- and length-frequency structure of the population, Eileen E. Hofmann, John M. Klinck, John N. Kraeuter, Eric N. Powell, Raymond E. Grizzle, Stuart C. Buckner, and V. Monica Bricelj

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A Regional Assessment of Salt Marsh Restoration and Monitoring in the Gulf of Maine, Raymond A. Konisky, David M. Burdick, Michele Dionne, and Hilary A. Neckles

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Distribution, morphology, and genetic affinities of dwarf embedded Fucus populations from the Northwest Atlantic Ocean, Arthur C. Mathieson, Clinton J. Dawes, Aaron L. Wallace, and Anita S. Klein

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Zostera: biology, ecology and management, K. A. Moore and Frederick T. Short

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A global crisis for seagrass ecosystems, Robert J. Orth, Tim J. B. Carruthers, William C. Dennison, Carlos M. Duarte, James W. Fourqurean, Kenneth L. Heck, A. Randall Hughes, Gary A. Kendrick, W. Judson Kenworthy, Suzanne Olyarnik, Frederick T. Short, Michelle Waycott, and Susan L. Williams

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Occurrence of Halophila baillonii meadows in Belize, Central America, Frederick T. Short, E. Fernandez, A. Vernon, and Jeffrey L. Gaeckle

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SeagrassNet monitoring across the Americas: case studies of seagrass decline, Frederick T. Short, Evamaria W. Koch, Joel C. Creed, Karine M. Magalhaes, Eric Fernandez, and Jeffrey L. Gaeckle

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SeagrassNet monitoring of habitat change across the Americas, Frederick T. Short, Evamaria W. Koch, Joel C. Creed, Karine M. Magalhaes, Eric Fernandez, and Jeffrey L. Gaeckle

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A reply to Engel et al, Aaron L. Wallace, Anita S. Klein, and Arthur C. Mathieson

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Daily patterns of locomotion expressed by American lobsters (Homarus americanus) in their natural habitat, Winsor H. Watson III, Walter J. Golet, Darren A. Scopel, and Andrew B. Cooper

Submissions from 2005

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Recovery of chlorine-exposed Escherichia coli in estuarine microcosms, Carl H. Bolster, Jonathan M. Bromley, and Stephen H. Jones

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Impacts of Seawalls on Saltmarsh Plant Communities in the Great Bay Estuary, New Hampshire USA, Catherine M. Bozek and David M. Burdick

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The effect of causeway construction on seagrass meadows in the Western Pacific – a lesson from the ancient city of Nan Madol, Madolenihmw, Pohnpei, FSM, Rob Coles, Lel McKenzie, Stuart Campbell, Rudi Yoshida, Ahser Edward, and Frederick T. Short

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Ground-Truthing Benthic Habitat Characteristics Using Video Mosaic Images, George R. Cutter, Yuri Rzhanov, Larry A. Mayer, and Raymond E. Grizzle

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Functional trajectory models for assessment of transplanted eelgrass,Zostera marina L., in the Great Bay Estuary, New Hampshire, N. Tay Evans and Frederick T. Short

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Determining an optimal release site for juvenile winter flounder Pseudopleuronectes americanus (Walbaum) in the Great Bay Estuary, NH, USA, Elizabeth A. Fairchild, Jennifer Fleck, and W. Huntting Howell

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Mapping and Characterizing Oyster Reefs using Acoustic Techniques, Underwater Videography and Quadrat Sampling, Raymond E. Grizzle, Larry G. Ward, J R. Adams, Semme J. Dijkstra, and Brian Smith

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New England Note: A new native plant for New Hampshire, Hibiscus moscheutos (Malvaceae), Joann Hoy and David M. Burdick

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Daily and circadian rhythms of locomotor activity in the American lobster, Homarus americanus, Steven H. Jury, Christopher C. Chabot, and Winsor H. Watson III

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Disturbance of eelgrass Zostera marina by commercial mussel Mytilus edulis harvesting in Maine: dragging impacts and habitat recovery, Hilary A. Neckles, Frederick T. Short, Seth Barker, and Blaine S. Kopp

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Marine Invaders in the Northeast: Rapid Assessment Survey of Non-native and Native Marine Species of Floating Dock Communities, August 2003, Judith Pederson, Robert Bullock, James Carlton, Jennifer Dijkstra, Nicole Dobroski, Peter Dyrynda, Ryan Fisher, Larry G. Harris, Niels Hobbs, Gretchen Lambert, Eric Lazo-Wasem, Arthur C. Mathieson, Maria-Pia Miglietta, Jan Smith, Julian Smith III, and Megan Tyrrell

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Recreational boating activity and its impact on the recruitment and survival of the oyster Crassostrea virginica on intertidal reefs in Mosquito Lagoon, FL, Lisa M. Wall, Linda J. Walters, Raymond E. Grizzle, and Paul E. Sacks

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Temporal variability in salinity, temperature and suspended sediments in a Gulf of Maine estuary (Great Bay Estuary, New Hampshire), Larry G. Ward and Frank L. Bub

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Mechanisms underlying the production of carapace vibrations and associated waterborne sounds in the American lobster, Homarus americanus, Winsor H. Watson III and Heidi Pye Henninger

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Daily and circadian rhythms of locomotor activity in the American lobster, Homarus americanus, Winsor H. Watson III, Steven H. Jury, and Christopher C. Chabot