Julia A. Cherry
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Elevated CO2 stimulates marsh elevation gain, counterbalancing sea-level rise
JA Langley, KL McKee, DR Cahoon, JA Cherry, JP Megonigal
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (15), 6182-6186, 2009
Elevated CO2 enhances biological contributions to elevation change in coastal wetlands by offsetting stressors associated with sea‐level rise
JA Cherry, KL McKee, JB Grace
Journal of Ecology 97 (1), 67-77, 2009
Hurricane Katrina sediment slowed elevation loss in subsiding brackish marshes of the Mississippi River delta
KL McKee, JA Cherry
Wetlands 29, 2-15, 2009
Ecology of wetland ecosystems: water, substrate, and life
JA Cherry
Nature Education Knowledge 3 (10), 16, 2011
Temporary floating island formation maintains wetland plant species richness: the role of the seed bank
JA Cherry, L Gough
Aquatic Botany 85 (1), 29-36, 2006
Assessing coastal wetland vulnerability to sea-level rise along the northern Gulf of Mexico coast: Gaps and opportunities for developing a coordinated regional sampling network
MJ Osland, KT Griffith, JC Larriviere, LC Feher, DR Cahoon, NM Enwright, ...
PloS one 12 (9), e0183431, 2017
Understanding the potential impacts of global climate change on marsh birds in the Gulf of Mexico region
MS Woodrey, SA Rush, JA Cherry, BL Nuse, RJ Cooper, AJJ Lehmicke
Wetlands 32, 35-49, 2012
Floral and faunal differences between fragmented and unfragmented Bahamian tidal creeks
L Valentine-Rose, JA Cherry, JJ Culp, KE Perez, JB Pollock, DA Arrington, ...
Wetlands 27 (3), 702-718, 2007
Ecosystem – What? Public Understanding and Trust in Conservation Science and Ecosystem Services
JL Thompson, A Kaiser, EL Sparks, M Shelton, E Brunden, JA Cherry, ...
Frontiers in Communication 1, 3, 2016
Species and tissue type regulate long-term decomposition of brackish marsh plants grown under elevated CO2 conditions
JA Jones, JA Cherry, KL McKee
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 169, 38-45, 2016
Testing sea‐level rise impacts in tidal wetlands: a novel insitu approach
JA Cherry, GS Ramseur Jr, EL Sparks, J Cebrian
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 6 (12), 1443-1451, 2015
Short-lived effects of nutrient enrichment on Avicennia germinans decomposition in a saltmarsh-mangrove ecotone
LT Simpson, CE Lovelock, JA Cherry, IC Feller
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 235, 106598, 2020
Mangrove encroachment alters decomposition rate in saltmarsh through changes in litter quality
LT Simpson, JA Cherry, RS Smith, IC Feller
Ecosystems 24, 840-854, 2021
Changes in ecosystem nitrogen and carbon allocation with black mangrove (Avicennia germinans) encroachment into Spartina alterniflora salt marsh
A Macy, MJ Osland, JA Cherry, J Cebrian
Ecosystems 24 (5), 1007-1023, 2021
Tidal wetlands in a changing climate: introduction to a special feature
JA Cherry, LL Battaglia
Wetlands 39 (6), 1139-1144, 2019
Organic nitrogen runoff in coastal marshes: Effects on ecosystem denitrification
PO Lee, JA Cherry, JW Edmonds
Estuaries and Coasts 40, 437-446, 2017
Trade-offs in plant responses to herbivory influence trophic routes of production in a freshwater wetland
JA Cherry, L Gough
Oecologia 161, 549-557, 2009
Nitrate reduction capacity is limited by belowground plant recovery in a 32‐year‐old created salt marsh
C Tatariw, B Mortazavi, TC Ledford, SF Starr, E Smyth, A Griffin Wood, ...
Restoration Ecology 29 (1), e13300, 2021
Variation in ecosystem carbon dynamics of saltwater marshes in the northern Gulf of Mexico
G Starr, JR Jarnigan, CL Staudhammer, JA Cherry
Wetlands ecology and management 26, 581-596, 2018
Ecosystem carbon exchange and nitrogen removal rates in two 33‐year‐old constructed salt marshes are similar to those in a nearby natural marsh
TC Ledford, B Mortazavi, C Tatariw, SF Starr, E Smyth, AG Wood, ...
Restoration Ecology 29 (7), e13439, 2021
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