Participation in Conferences

SES Alumni Represented (as authors or co-authors) at National and International Scientific Conferences

2018 Society of Wetland Scientists (SWS) Annual Meeting, Denver, CO

  • Emily Geoghegan, 2015. Nitrogen enrichment alters carbon fluxes in a New England Salt Marsh; Warming accelerates mangrove expansion and surface elevation gain in a subtropical wetland.

2017 Fall CERF (Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation) Meeting, Providence, RI

  • Anika Aarons, 2011. Ecological succession and delta development: patterns in soil content along a coastal deltaic floodplain chronosequence; Visualizing an emergent coastal deltaic floodplain chronosequence.
  • Benjamin Fertig, 2001. Data-centric strategies for estuarine and coastal management.
  • Sarah Foster, 2004. Impacts of low oxygen on sediment biogeochemical fluxes in a shallow, temperate estuary.
  • Christopher Freeman, 2002. A standardized experimental approach to compare components of resiliency in marine benthic communities.
  • Emily Geoghegan, 2015. Chronic nutrient enrichment alters blue carbon pools and processes.
  • Kelsey Gosselin, 2013 & Amanda Spivak, 1999. The effects of removing tidal restrictions on the biogeochemistry of salt marshes restored over 14y; Impact of tidal restoration on vertical accretion and carbon storage in salt marsh ecosystems.
  • Melanie Hayn, 2003. Effects of eutrophication on seagrass habitat, biogeochemical cycling, and carbon storage in West Falmouth Harbor; Beyond blue carbon: broadening the context for carbon studies in seagrass ecosystems; Patterns in monitoring data reflect biogeochemical controls on nitrogen trends in a shallow coastal bay.
  • Ellen Herbert, 2005. Quantifying the exchange of carbon between coastal habitats; Modeling carbon exchanges between bay, marsh and upland systems under accelerated sea level; Using species-specific data to improve landscape-scale predictions of marsh response to sea level rise; The shape we’re in: Geomorphology and hydrodynamics influence rates of salt marsh carbon burial.
  • Amanda Spivak, 1999. Coastal vegetated habitats as carbon sinks-sources in a changing world.
  • Amanda Spivak, 1999 & Kenly Hiller, 2009. Does the addition of nitrate stimulate decomposition of organic matter in salt marsh sediments?
  • Allison Tucker, 2015. Nitrate removal from groundwater entering an estuary by a wood-chip permeable reactive barrier: long-term performance.
  • Rebecca Weidman, 1997. A framework for development of estuary specific dissolved oxygen criteria in Massachusetts.

2017 Ecological Society of America (ESA) Meeting, Portland, OR

  • Andrew Forbes, 2001. Pollinator services in fragmented landscapes: Variation in wild bee community composition between farms and prairies.
  • Amalia Handler, 2011. Effects of geomorphic variation on transient storage in a desert stream.
  • Johanna Jensen, 2012. Characterizing the structural growth environment of successfully established spruce seedlings at northern treeline using lidar remote sensing.
  • Fiona Jevon, 2011. Tree species identity and diversity influence soil respiration in a mixed temperate forest; Mycorrhizal communities and tree diversity effects on forest soil respiration.
  • Pamela Moriarty, 2009. The effect of hypoxia on energy flow in an estuarine fjord.
  • Noam Ross, 2004. (Workshop organizer from EcoHealth Alliance) Fitting non-linear models in R with the mgcv package.
  • Courtney Shannon, 2005. Black oystercatcher population estimate and reproductive success on Oregon’s coast and in the Marine Reserve and Marine Protected Areas.
  • Lauren Shoemaker, 2009. Quantifying the strength of coexistence in experimental metacommunities with different dispersal rates.
  • Megan Wheeler, 2011. Nutrient enrichment alters annual plant community composition in the northern Sonoran Desert