Research from the VCU Rice Rivers Center.

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Submissions from 2017

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The effect of chronic nitrogen addition from wastewater on forest ecosystems at the Rice Rivers Center, Michael Beck and Paul Bukaveckas

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Saltwater intrusion disrupts syntrophic carbon breakdown in a tidal freshwater marsh soil, David Berrier, Rima Franklin, and Scott C. Neubauer

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Studying the reproductive ecology of the Prothonotary Warbler (PROW) along the Lower James River, Virginia, Lesley P. Bulluck

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Persistence of the Larval Environment on Post-Metamorphic Performance and Population Dynamics in Amphibians, Julie Charbonnier and James R. Vonesh

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Population viability of common snapping turtles in Virginia waterways under increasing harvest pressure, Benjamin C. Colteaux and Derek M. Johnson

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Kimages Creek hydrology and geomorphology investigation as part of the Rice Rivers wetland restoration project., Edward R. Crawford

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QUANTIFYING CURRENT SEDIMENT DEPOSITION, LEGACY SEDIMENTS, AND PRE-IMPOUNDMENT VERTICAL ACCRETION AND CARBON DYNAMICS FOLLOWING DAM REMOVAL IN A RECENTLY RESTORED TIDAL FRESHWATER WETLAND, Melissa J. Davis and Edward R. Crawford

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Forest carbon sequestration and chronic nutrient amendments: a long-term experiment at the Rice Rivers Center, Christopher M. Gough

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Impact of salt water intrusion on C storage in temperate tidal freshwater wetlands: Assessing the amount, age, and fate of mobilized C, Dawn Nicole Holstein and Scott C. Neubauer

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Geospatial analysis of invasive species and their threats to ecological functionality at the VCU Rice Rivers Center, Erik Kellogg and Edward R. Crawford

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Effect of Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) on the abundance of antibiotic resistant bacteria in the James River, Enjolie Levengood and Rima Franklin

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An analysis of sediment accretion dynamics in three forested tidal freshwater wetlands and a tidal freshwater marsh along the James River, Virginia, Ronaldo Lopez and Edward R. Crawford

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Assessing fishery benefits of restored oyster reefs, Danielle McCulloch and Stephen P. McIninch

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Effects of prescribed fire on Cope’s Gray Treefrog (Hyla chrysoscelis) across habitat scales and life stages, Logan McDonald and James R. Vonesh

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Pathways to Production: An assessment of fishery responses to oyster reef restoration and the trophic pathways that link the resource to the reef, Stephen P. McIninch

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Behavioral responses of sub-adult Atlantic Sturgeon (Acipenser oxyrinchus oxyrinchus) to electromagnetic and magnetic fields under laboratory conditions, Andrew McIntyre and Stephen P. McIninch

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Salinization effects on microbial nitrogen cycling in a tidal freshwater wetland, Joseph C. Morina and Rima Franklin

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Assessing population density and sources of feather hydrogen isotope variation in Prothonotary Warblers in six wetland habitats in Virginia, Jessica Reese and Lesley P. Bulluck

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Urban gene escape and functional response of Cornus Florida cultivars in native conditions, Jane Remfert and Rodney Dyer

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A temporal analysis of historical wetland loss in the James River, Jelly Riedel and Edward R. Crawford

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Developing monthly climate reports to aid in field research and expansion planning at the Rice Rivers Center, Joseph Robinson and Vickie Connors

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Carbon sequestration and greenhouse gas fluxes of restored and old-growth forested wetlands, Ellen J. Stuart-Haëntjens and Christopher M. Gough

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Determining tidal extent in intertidal zone using UAV and photogrammetry”, Victor Thornton and Edward R. Crawford

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Effects of urbanization on the Southern black widow Lactrodectus mactans, Brian Verrelli

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Functional composition of Virginia freshwater ecosystems inhabited by American eel, Taylor E. Woods and Dan McGarvey