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An ‘extreme’future for estuaries? Effects of extreme climatic events on estuarine water quality and ecology
MS Wetz, DW Yoskowitz
Marine Pollution Bulletin 69 (1-2), 7-18, 2013
2192013
Phytoplankton community indicators of short-and long-term ecological change in the anthropogenically and climatically impacted Neuse River Estuary, North Carolina, USA
HW Paerl, KL Rossignol, SN Hall, BL Peierls, MS Wetz
Estuaries and Coasts 33, 485-497, 2010
2162010
Release of dissolved organic matter by coastal diatoms
MS Wetz, PA Wheeler
Limnology and Oceanography 52 (2), 798-807, 2007
1332007
Estuarine phytoplankton responses to hurricanes and tropical storms with different characteristics (trajectory, rainfall, winds)
MS Wetz, HW Paerl
Estuaries and Coasts 31, 419-429, 2008
992008
Production and partitioning of organic matter during simulated phytoplankton blooms
MS Wetz, PA Wheeler
Limnology and Oceanography 48 (5), 1808-1817, 2003
992003
Picophytoplankton: a major contributor to planktonic biomass and primary production in a eutrophic, river-dominated estuary
AK Gaulke, MS Wetz, HW Paerl
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 90 (1), 45-54, 2010
912010
Severe droughts reduce estuarine primary productivity with cascading effects on higher trophic levels
MS Wetz, EA Hutchinson, RS Lunetta, HW Paerl, J Christopher Taylor
Limnology and Oceanography 56 (2), 627-638, 2011
862011
Exceptionally high organic nitrogen concentrations in a semi-arid South Texas estuary susceptible to brown tide blooms
MS Wetz, EK Cira, B Sterba-Boatwright, PA Montagna, TA Palmer, ...
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 188, 27-37, 2017
742017
Air‐water CO2 fluxes in the microtidal Neuse River Estuary, North Carolina
JR Crosswell, MS Wetz, B Hales, HW Paerl
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 117 (C8), 2012
692012
Riverine input of macronutrients, iron, and organic matter to the coastal ocean off Oregon, USA, during the winter
MS Wetz, B Hales, Z Chase, PA Wheeler, MM Whitney
Limnology and Oceanography 51 (5), 2221-2231, 2006
652006
Water quality trends in Texas estuaries
K Bugica, B Sterba-Boatwright, MS Wetz
Marine Pollution Bulletin 152, 110903, 2020
592020
Impact of the eastern oyster Crassostrea virginica on microbial community structure in a salt marsh estuary
MS Wetz, AJ Lewitus, ET Koepfler, KC Hayes
Aquatic Microbial Ecology 28 (1), 87-97, 2002
592002
Effect of hydrological variability on the biogeochemistry of estuaries across a regional climatic gradient
PA Montagna, X Hu, TA Palmer, M Wetz
Limnology and Oceanography 63 (6), 2465-2478, 2018
572018
Transparent exopolymer particles (TEP) in a river-dominated estuary: spatial–temporal distributions and an assessment of controls upon TEP formation
MS Wetz, MC Robbins, HW Paerl
Estuaries and Coasts 32 (3), 447-455, 2009
562009
A system level analysis of coastal ecosystem responses to hurricane impacts
CJ Patrick, L Yeager, AR Armitage, F Carvallo, VM Congdon, KH Dunton, ...
Estuaries and Coasts 43, 943-959, 2020
422020
Response of bacteria to simulated upwelling phytoplankton blooms
MS Wetz, PA Wheeler
Marine Ecology Progress Series 272, 49-57, 2004
402004
Effects of nitrogen availability and form on phytoplankton growth in a eutrophied estuary (Neuse River Estuary, NC, USA)
EK Cira, HW Paerl, MS Wetz
PLoS One 11 (8), e0160663, 2016
392016
Extensive CO2 emissions from shallow coastal waters during passage of Hurricane Irene (August 2011) over the Mid‐Atlantic Coast of the U.S.A
JR Crosswell, MS Wetz, B Hales, HW Paerl
Limnology and Oceanography 59 (5), 1651-1665, 2014
392014
Degradation of phytoplankton-derived organic matter: Implications for carbon and nitrogen biogeochemistry in coastal ecosystems
MS Wetz, B Hales, PA Wheeler
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 77 (3), 422-432, 2008
382008
Variability in phytoplankton pigment biomass and taxonomic composition over tidal cycles in a salt marsh estuary
MS Wetz, KC Hayes, AJ Lewitus, JL Wolny, DL White
Marine Ecology Progress Series 320, 109-120, 2006
382006
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