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Journal articles
Hatt, D. and L. Collado-Vides 2019. A comparative analysis of the organic and inorganic carbon content of Halimeda and Penicillus (Chlorophyta, Bryopsidales) in a coastal subtropical lagoon. Botanica Marina, 62(4): 323-326.

Julian, P., R.M. Chambers and T. Russell 2017. Iron and pyritization in wetland soils of the Florida Coastal Everglades. Estuaries and Coasts, 40(3): 822-831.

Armitage, A.R. and J.W. Fourqurean 2016. Carbon storage in seagrass soils: long-term nutrient history exceeds the effects of near-term nutrient enrichment . Biogeosciences, 13: 313-321.

Romera-Castillo, C. and R. Jaffe 2015. Free radical scavenging (antioxidant activity) of natural dissolved organic matter. Marine Chemistry, 177: 668-676.

Wagner, S., R. Jaffe, K.M. Cawley, T. Dittmar and A. Stubbins 2015. Associations between the molecular and optical properties of dissolved organic matter in the Florida Everglades: a model coastal wetland system. Frontiers in Chemistry, 3: 66.

Christiaen, B., R. Bernard, B. Mortazavi, J. Cebrian and A.C. Ortmann 2014. The degree of urbanization across the globe is not reflected in the delta N-15 of seagrass leaves. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 83(2): 440-445.

Fourqurean, J.W., G.A. Kendrick, L.S. Collins, R.M. Chambers and M.A. Vanderklift 2012. Carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus storage in subtropical seagrass meadows: examples from Florida Bay and Shark Bay. Marine and Freshwater Research, 63: 967-983.
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Herbert, D.A., W.B. Perry, B.J. Cosby and J.W. Fourqurean 2011. Projected reorganization of Florida Bay seagrass communities in response to increased freshwater delivery from the Everglades. Estuaries and Coasts, 34(5): 973-992.

Ikenaga, M., R. Guevara, C. Pisani, A. Dean and J.N. Boyer 2010. Changes in Community Structure of Sediment Bacteria Along the Florida Coastal Everglades Marsh-Mangrove-Seagrass Salinity Gradient. Microbial Ecology, 59(2): 284-295.

Wachnicka, A., E.E. Gaiser, L. Collins, T.A. Frankovich and J. Boyer 2010. Distribution of Diatoms and Development of Diatom-Based Models for Inferring Salinity and Nutrient Concentrations in Florida Bay and Adjacent Coastal Wetlands of South Florida (USA). Estuaries and Coasts, 33(5): 1080-1098.

Madden, C.J., D.T. Rudnick, A.A. McDonald, K.M. Cunniff and J.W. Fourqurean 2009. Ecological indicators for assessing and communicating seagrass status and trends in Florida Bay. Ecological Indicators, 9(6): S68-S82. doi:10.1016/j.ecolind.2009.02.004.

Williams, C.J., J.N. Boyer and F.J. Jochem 2009. Microbial activity and carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus content in a subtropical seagrass estuary (Florida Bay): evidence for limited bacterial use of seagrass production. Marine Biology, 156(3): 341-353.

Williams, C.J., R. Jaffe, W.T. Anderson and F.J. Jochem 2009. Importance of seagrass as a carbon source for heterotrophic bacteria in a subtropical estuary (Florida Bay). Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 85: 507-514.

Maie, N., N.M. Scully, O. Pisani and R. Jaffe 2007. Composition of a protein-like fluorophore of dissolved organic matter in coastal wetland and estuarine ecosystems. Water Research, 41: 563-570.

Xu, Y. and R. Jaffe 2007. Lipid biomarkers in suspended particulates from a subtropical estuary: Assessment of seasonal changes in sources and transport of organic matter. Marine Environmental Research, 64: 666-678.

Boyer, J.N., S.K. Dailey, P.J. Gibson, M.T. Rogers and D. Mir-Gonzalez 2006. The role of dissolved organic matter bioavailability in promoting phytoplankton blooms in Florida Bay. Hydrobiologia, 569(1): 71-85.

Chambers, R.M. and K.A. Pederson 2006. Variation in soil phosphorus, sulfur, and iron pools among south Florida wetlands. Hydrobiologia, 569(1): 63-70.

Jones, V., K. Parish, A. Thomson, G.A. Wolff, N. Maie and R. Jaffe 2006. Molecular characterization of proteinaceous material in the Florida coastal Everglades. Hydrobiologia, 569(1): 129-133.

Williams, C.J. and F.J. Jochem 2006. Ectoenzyme kinetics in Florida Bay: Implications for bacterial carbon source and nutrient status. Hydrobiologia, 569(1): 113-127.

Maie, N., C. Yang, T. Miyoshi, K. Parish and R. Jaffe 2005. Chemical characteristics of dissolved organic matter in an oligotrophic subtropical wetland/estuarine ecosystem. Limnology and Oceanography, 50(1): 23-35.

Mead, R.N., Y. Xu, J. Chong and R. Jaffe 2005. Sedimentary organic matter source assessment in a sub-tropical wetland and estuarine environment using the molecular distribution and carbon isotopic composition of n-alkanes. Organic Geochemistry, 36(3): 363-370.

Fourqurean, J.W. and J.C. Zieman 2002. Nutrient content of the seagrass Thalassia testudinum reveals regional patterns of relative availability of nitrogen and phosphorus in the Florida Keys, USA. Biogeochemistry, 61: 229-245.

Chambers, R.M., J.W. Fourqurean, S.A. Macko and R. Hoppenot 2001. Biogeochemical effects of iron availability on primary producers in a shallow marine carbonate environment. Limnology and Oceanography, 46(6): 1278-1286.

Master's Theses
Kiger, Amber 2015. Changing Bacterial Growth Efficiencies across a Natural Nutrient Gradient in an Oligotrophic Estuary. Master's thesis, Florida International University.

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