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Fleeger, J.W., M.R. Riggio, I.A. Mendelssohn, Q. Lin, D.R. Deis, D.S. Johnson, K.R. Carman, S.A. Graham, S. Zengel, A. Hou. 2019. What Drives Resiliency of Saltmarsh Infauna after Oil Spills? Estuaries and Coasts 42:204-217. PDF

*Poormahdi, S., S.A. Graham, and I.A. Mendelssohn. 2018. Simulated freshwater diversion effects on a Mississippi River Delta oligohaline marsh: plant community responses to nutrient and sediment loading. Estuaries and Coasts 41:1679-1698. PDF

Johnson, D.S., J.W. Fleeger, M. Riggio, I.A. Mendelssohn, Q. Lin, S.A. Graham, D.R. Deis, and A. Hou. 2018. Saltmarsh plants, but not fertilizer, facilitate invertebrate recolonization after an oil spill. Ecosphere 9:e02082. PDF

Osland, M. et al. (35 additional authors including S.A. Graham). 2017. 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. Plos One 12:e018341. LINK

*Steinmuller, H.E., S.A. Graham, J.R. White, *M. McKee, and I.A. Mendelssohn. 2016. A decadal-scale nutrient loading study in a coastal wetland: impacts on soil microbial processes. Ecological Engineering 97:58-63. PDF

Lin, Q., I.A. Mendelssohn, S.A. Graham, A. Hou, J.W. Fleeger, and D.R. Deis. 2016. Response of salt marshes to oiling from the Deepwater Horizon spill: Implications for plant growth, soil surface-erosion, and shoreline stability. Science of the Total Environment 557-558:369-377. PDF

Graham, S.A. and I.A. Mendelssohn. 2016. Contrasting effects of nutrient enrichment on belowground biomass in coastal wetlands. Journal of Ecology 104:249-260. PDF

Graham, S.A. and I.A. Mendelssohn. 2014. Coastal wetland stability maintained through counterbalancing accretionary responses to chronic nutrient enrichment. Ecology 95:3271-3283. PDF

*Judy, C.R., S.A. Graham, Q. Lin, A.X. Hou, and I.A. Mendelssohn. 2014. Impacts of Macondo oil from Deepwater Horizon oil spill on the growth response of the common reed Phagmites australis: a mesocosm study. Marine Pollution Bulletin 79:69-76. PDF

Mendelssohn, I.A., D.P. Batzer, C.R. Holt, and S.A. Graham. 2014. Abiotic constraints for wetland plants and animals. In: D.P. Batzer and R.R. Sharitz (eds), Ecology of Freshwater and Estuarine Wetlands, 2nd Edition. University of California Press, Berkley. LINK

Graham, S.A. and I.A. Mendelssohn. 2013. Functional assessment of differential sediment slurry applications in a deteriorating brackish marsh. Ecological Engineering 51:264-274. PDF

Tong, C., J.J. Baustian, S.A. Graham, and I.A. Mendelssohn. 2013. Salt marsh restoration with sediment-slurry application: effects on benthic macroinvertebrates and associated soil-plant variables. Ecological Engineering 51:151-160. PDF

Graham, S.A. and I.A. Mendelssohn. 2010. Multiple levels of nitrogen applied to an oligohaline marsh identify a plant community response sequence to eutrophication. Marine Ecology Progress Series 417:73-82. PDF

Craft, C.B., K. Krull, and S.A. Graham. 2007. Ecological indicators of nutrient enrichment, freshwater wetlands, Midwestern United States. Ecological Indicators 7:733-750. PDF

Graham, S.A., C.B. Craft, P.V. McCormick, and A. Aldous. 2005. Forms and accumulation of soil P in natural and recently restored peatlands – Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon, USA. Wetlands 25:594-606. PDF

Aldous, A., P.V. McCormick, C. Ferguson, S.A. Graham, and C.B. Craft. 2005. Hydrologic regime controls soil phosphorus fluxes in restoration and undisturbed wetlands. Restoration Ecology 13:341-347. PDF

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