Irving Mendelssohn
Irving Mendelssohn
Professor Emeritus of Oceanography and Coastal Sciences, Louisiana State University
Verified email at lsu.edu
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Oxygen deficiency in Spartina alterniflora roots: metabolic adaptation to anoxia
IA Mendelssohn, KL McKee, WH Patrick
Science 214 (4519), 439-441, 1981
4931981
Mechanism for the hydrogen sulfide‐induced growth limitation in wetland macrophytes
MS Koch, IA Mendelssohn, KL McKee
Limnology and oceanography 35 (2), 399-408, 1990
4211990
Ecological role and services of tropical mangrove ecosystems: a reassessment
SY Lee, JH Primavera, F Dahdouh‐Guebas, K McKee, JO Bosire, ...
Global ecology and biogeography 23 (7), 726-743, 2014
3932014
Drought, snails, and large-scale die-off of southern US salt marshes
BR Silliman, J Van De Koppel, MD Bertness, LE Stanton, IA Mendelssohn
Science 310 (5755), 1803-1806, 2005
3822005
Reexamination of pore water sulfide concentrations and redox potentials near the aerial roots of Rhizophora mangle and Avicennia germinans
KL McKee, IA Mendelssohn, MW Hester
american Journal of Botany 75 (9), 1352-1359, 1988
3461988
Spartina alterniflora die-back in Louisiana: time-course investigation of soil waterlogging effects
IA Mendelssohn, KL McKee
The Journal of Ecology, 509-521, 1988
3211988
Eco-Physiological Controls on the Productivity of Spartina Alterniflora Loisel
IA Mendelssohn, JT Morris
Concepts and controversies in tidal marsh ecology, 59-80, 2002
2952002
Sulphide as a soil phytotoxin: differential responses in two marsh species
MS Koch, IA Mendelssohn
The Journal of Ecology, 565-578, 1989
2761989
Response of a freshwater marsh plant community to increased salinity and increased water level
KL McKee, IA Mendelssohn
Aquatic Botany 34 (4), 301-316, 1989
2541989
Oil Impacts on Coastal Wetlands: Implications for the Mississippi River Delta Ecosystem after the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill
IA Mendelssohn, GL Andersen, DM Baltz, RH Caffey, KR Carman, ...
BioScience 62 (6), 562-574, 2012
2522012
The combined effects of phytoremediation and biostimulation in enhancing habitat restoration and oil degradation of petroleum contaminated wetlands
Q Lin, IA Mendelssohn
Ecological Engineering 10 (3), 263-274, 1998
2421998
Acute salt marsh dieback in the Mississippi River deltaic plain: a drought‐induced phenomenon?
KL McKee, IA Mendelssohn, M D. Materne
Global Ecology and Biogeography 13 (1), 65-73, 2004
2252004
Elemental analysis of deposits on the roots of Spartina alterniflora Loisel.
IA Mendelssohn, MT Postek
American Journal of Botany 69 (6), 904-912, 1982
2201982
Impacts and Recovery of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill on Vegetation Structure and Function of Coastal Salt Marshes in the Northern Gulf of Mexico
Q Lin, IA Mendelssohn
Environmental science & technology 46 (7), 3737-3743, 2012
2142012
The influence of vegetation, salinity, and inundation on seed banks of oligohaline coastal marshes
AH Baldwin, KL McKee, IA Mendelssohn
American Journal of Botany 83 (4), 470-479, 1996
2141996
Species and population variation to salinity stress in Panicum hemitomon, Spartina patens, and Spartina alterniflora: morphological and physiological constraints
MW Hester, IA Mendelssohn, KL McKee
Environmental and Experimental Botany 46 (3), 277-297, 2001
2102001
Effects of salinity and water level on coastal marshes: an experimental test of disturbance as a catalyst for vegetation change
AH Baldwin, IA Mendelssohn
Aquatic Botany 61 (4), 255-268, 1998
2031998
Factors controlling the formation of oxidized root channels: a review
IA Mendelssohn, BA Kleiss, JS Wakeley
Wetlands 15 (1), 37-46, 1995
1871995
A comparative investigation of the effects of south Louisiana crude oil on the vegetation of fresh, brackish and salt marshes
Q Lin, IA Mendelssohn
Marine Pollution Bulletin 32 (2), 202-209, 1996
1771996
The influence of soil drainage on the growth of salt marsh cordgrass Spartina alterniflora in North Carolina
IA Mendelssohn, ED Seneca
Estuarine and Coastal Marine Science 11 (1), 27-40, 1980
1711980
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