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A species effect on storm erosion: Invasive sedge stabilized dunes more than native grass during Hurricane Sandy
BR Charbonneau, LS Wootton, JP Wnek, JA Langley, MA Posner
Journal of Applied Ecology 54 (5), 1385-1394, 2017
Above vs. belowground plant biomass along a barrier island: Implications for dune stabilization
BR Charbonneau, JP Wnek, JA Langley, G Lee, RA Balsamo
Journal of Environmental Management 182, 126-133, 2016
Vegetation effects on coastal foredune initiation: Wind tunnel experiments and field validation for three dune-building plants
BR Charbonneau, SM Dohner, JP Wnek, D Barber, P Zarnetske, ...
Geomorphology, 107594, 2021
Advancing the understanding of storm processes and impacts
N Elko, C Dietrich, M Cialone, H Stockdon, MW Bilskie, B Boyd, ...
Shore Beach 87 (1), 37-51, 2019
A review of dunes in today's society
BR Charbonneau
Coastal Management 43 (5), 465-470, 2015
DOONIES: A process-based ecogeomorphological functional community model for coastal dune vegetation and landscape dynamics
BR Charbonneau, A Duarte, TM Swannack, BD Johnson, CD Piercy
Geomorphology 398, 108037, 2022
What we know and what we think we know: Revealing misconceptions about coastal management for sandy beaches along the US Atlantic Seaboard
BR Charbonneau, C Cochran, C Avenarius
Journal of environmental management 245, 131-142, 2019
Wind tunnel tests inform Ammophila planting spacing for dune management
B Charbonneau, BB Casper
Shore & Beach, 2018
The effects of plant structure and flow properties on the physical response of coastal dune plants to wind and wave run-up
RA Innocenti, RA Feagin, BR Charbonneau, J Figlus, P Lomonaco, ...
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 261, 107556, 2021
A decade of expansion of the invasive plant Carex kobomugi in a coastal foredune system
BR Charbonneau, R Nicoletta, LS Wootton
Biological Invasions 22 (6), 2099-2112, 2020
From the sand they rise: Post-Storm foredune plant recolonization and its biogeomorphic implications
B Charbonneau
University of Pennsylvania, 2019
Reactionary fence installation for post-Superstorm Sandy dune recovery
B Charbonneau, JP Wnek
EarthArXiv, 2018
Patterns of dreissenid mussel invasions in western US lakes within an integrated gravity model framework
CC Carrillo, BR Charbonneau, S Altman, JA Keele, SF Pucherelli, ...
Journal of Environmental Management 332, 117383, 2023
Microscale and mesoscale aeolian processes of sandy coastal foredunes from background to extreme conditions
BR Charbonneau, SM Dohner
Remote Sensing 13 (21), 4488, 2021
Greenhouse growth of native American Beachgrass (Ammophila breviligulata) and invasive Asiatic Sand Sedge (Carex kobomugi) under competition
BM Reo, RA Balsamo
Research Journal of Botany 10 (2), 61, 2015
Examining the commonalities and knowledge gaps in coastal zone vegetation simulation models
CD Piercy, BR Charbonneau, ER Russ, TM Swannack
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 49 (1), 24-48, 2024
Spatial diversity in bacterial communities across barren and vegetated, native and invasive, coastal dune microhabitats
BL Boss, BR Charbonneau, JA Izquierdo
Diversity 13 (11), 525, 2021
Habitat Classification Predictions on an Undeveloped Barrier Island Using a GIS-Based Landscape Modeling Approach
ER Russ, BR Charbonneau, S Altman, MK Reif, TM Swannack
Remote sensing 14 (6), 1377, 2022
Coastal dune stabilization & erosion-prevention during Superstorm Sandy: A comparison of native American beachgrass & invasive Asiatic sand sedge
B Reo
Villanova University, 2014
A Simplified Model for Predicting Wind Erosion of Moistened Sands
L Zambrano-Cruzatty, A Yerro, B Charbonneau
Geo-Congress 2023, 412-421, 2023
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