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作者:Irving A. Mendelssohn , John W. Fleeger ...
来源:[J].Science of the Total Environment(IF 3.258), 2019, Vol.672, pp.456-467
摘要:Abstract(#br)Disturbance interactions occur when one perturbation influences the severity and perhaps the baseline state of succeeding disturbances. Natural and anthropogenic disturbances are frequent in dynamic coastal ecosystems and can often be linked. We evaluated potent...
作者:Irving A. Mendelssohn , Sean A. Graham ...
来源:[J].Science of the Total Environment(IF 3.258), 2016, Vol.557-558, pp.369-377
摘要:Abstract(#br)We investigated the initial impacts and post spill recovery of salt marshes over a 3.5-year period along northern Barataria Bay, LA, USA exposed to varying degrees of Deepwater Horizon oiling to determine the effects on shoreline-stabilizing vegetation and soil ...
作者:Irving A. Mendelssohn , Matthew G. Slocum
来源:[J].Marine Pollution Bulletin(IF 2.531), 2003, Vol.48 (3), pp.359-370
摘要:Abstract(#br)In wetlands, oil spills may affect decomposition in soils, which controls organic matter accumulation, the primary contributor to positive elevation change. In this study we examined how oil from a spill affected organic matter decomposition in soils of a bracki...
作者:Irving A. Mendelssohn , Brian K. Sorrell ...
来源:[J].Aquatic Botany(IF 1.593), 1999, Vol.64 (3), pp.381-398
摘要:Abstract(#br)Although soil organic matter decomposition is an important process determining nutrient transformations and availability in wetland ecosystems, few studies have attempted to assess which environmental factors are most important in controlling spatial differences...
作者:... Joseph J. Baustian , Sean A. Graham , Irving A. Mendelssohn
来源:[J].Ecological Engineering(IF 2.958), 2013, Vol.51, pp.151-160
摘要:Abstract(#br)We analyzed the effects of various levels of sediment-slurry addition on the restoration of the macroinvertebrate community and its related habitat (i.e., sediment and vegetation) 7 years after application to a subsided Louisiana salt marsh affected by sudden marsh d...
作者:... Qianxin Lin , Aixin Hou , Irving A. Mendelssohn
来源:[J].Marine Pollution Bulletin(IF 2.531), 2014, Vol.79 (1-2), pp.69-76
摘要:Abstract(#br)We investigated impacts of Macondo MC252 oil from the Deepwater Horizon ( DWH ) spill on the common reed Phragmites australis (Cav.) Trin. ex Steud., a dominant species of the Mississippi River Delta. In greenhouse experiments, we simulated the most common DWH o...
作者:Qianxin Lin , Irving A. Mendelssohn
来源:[J].Marine Pollution Bulletin(IF 2.531), 1996, Vol.32 (2), pp.202-209
摘要:Abstract(#br)The impact of south Louisiana crude oil on the dominant vegetation, Spartina alterniflora, Spartina patens and Sagittaria lancifolia , of three types of coastal wetlands, salt, brackish and freshwater marshes, respectively, was studied. In the greenhouse, south ...
作者:Irving A. Mendelssohn , Mark W. Hester
来源:[J].Ecological Engineering(IF 2.958), 1997, Vol.8 (1), pp.31-47
摘要:Abstract(#br)Comparative studies were conducted to evaluate intraspecific variation in leaf elongation and biomass partitioning in response to flooding stress in populations of Spartina alterniflora, S. patens , and Panicum hemitomon . These populations were collected along the L...
作者:Eric C. Webb , Irving A. Mendelssohn , Brian J. Wilsey
来源:[J].Aquatic Botany(IF 1.593), 1995, Vol.51 (3), pp.281-289
摘要:Abstract(#br)Wetlands in Louisiana are rapidly deteriorating. An important component of the wetland loss process is vegetation dieback. In order to determine the factors causing vegetation dieback in a Louisiana coastal marsh, a manipulative field experiment was conducted where f...
作者:... Erick M. Swenson , Susan C. Adamowicz , Irving A. Mendelssohn
来源:[J].Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science(IF 2.324), 2008, Vol.80 (1), pp.1-11
摘要:Abstract(#br)This paper provides an overview of the marsh dieback events that have been observed along the east and gulf coasts of the U.S. over the past decade. It is likely that some of the recently reported changes in marsh vegetation were affected by physical or biotic d...

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