John W Day
John W Day
Professor of Oceanography and Coastal Sciences, Louisiana State University
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Estuarine ecology
JW Day Jr, WM Kemp, A Yáņez-Arancibia, BC Crump
John Wiley & Sons, 2012
Sinking deltas due to human activities
JPM Syvitski, AJ Kettner, I Overeem, EWH Hutton, MT Hannon, ...
Nature Geoscience 2 (10), 681-686, 2009
Reducing Nitrogen Loading to the Gulf of Mexico from the Mississippi River Basin: Strategies to Counter a Persistent Ecological Problem: Ecotechnology—the use of natural …
WJ Mitsch, JW Day, JW Gilliam, PM Groffman, DL Hey, GW Randall, ...
BioScience 51 (5), 373-388, 2001
Restoration of the Mississippi Delta: lessons from hurricanes Katrina and Rita
JW Day, DF Boesch, EJ Clairain, GP Kemp, SB Laska, WJ Mitsch, K Orth, ...
science 315 (5819), 1679-1684, 2007
Pattern and process of land loss in the Mississippi Delta: a spatial and temporal analysis of wetland habitat change
JW Day, LD Britsch, SR Hawes, GP Shaffer, DJ Reed, D Cahoon
Estuaries 23 (4), 425-438, 2000
Estimating shallow subsidence in microtidal salt marshes of the southeastern United States: Kaye and Barghoorn revisited
DR Cahoon, DJ Reed, JW Day Jr
Marine geology 128 (1-2), 1-9, 1995
Mississippi deltaic wetland survival: sedimentation versus coastal submergence
RH Baumann, JW Day, CA Miller
Science 224 (4653), 1093-1095, 1984
Effects of fishing on the structure and functioning of estuarine and nearshore ecosystems
SJM Blaber, DP Cyrus, JJ Albaret, CV Ching, JW Day, M Elliott, ...
iCES Journal of marine Science 57 (3), 590-602, 2000
Productivity and composition of a baldcypress‐water tupelo site and a bottomland hardwood site in a Louisiana swamp
WH Conner, JW Day Jr
American Journal of Botany 63 (10), 1354-1364, 1976
The science of hypoxia in the Northern Gulf of Mexico: a review
TS Bianchi, SF DiMarco, JH Cowan Jr, RD Hetland, P Chapman, JW Day, ...
Science of the Total Environment 408 (7), 1471-1484, 2010
Revisiting the Limits to Growth After Peak Oil: In the 1970s a rising world population and the finite resources available to support it were hot topics. Interest faded—but it …
CAS Hall, JW Day
American scientist 97 (3), 230-237, 2009
Consequences of climate change on the ecogeomorphology of coastal wetlands
JW Day, RR Christian, DM Boesch, A Yáņez-Arancibia, J Morris, ...
Estuaries and Coasts 31 (3), 477-491, 2008
Climate change: Protect the world's deltas
L Giosan, J Syvitski, S Constantinescu, J Day
Nature News 516 (7529), 31, 2014
Restoration of wetlands in the Mississippi–Ohio–Missouri (MOM) River Basin: Experience and needed research
WJ Mitsch, JW Day Jr
Ecological Engineering 26 (1), 55-69, 2006
Nitrate-nitrogen retention in wetlands in the Mississippi River Basin
WJ Mitsch, JW Day, L Zhang, RR Lane
Ecological engineering 24 (4), 267-278, 2005
The productivity and composition of mangrove forests, Laguna de Terminos, Mexico
JW Day Jr, WH Conner, F Ley-Lou, RH Day, AM Navarro
Aquatic Botany 27 (3), 267-284, 1987
Impacts of sea-level rise on deltas in the Gulf of Mexico and the Mediterranean: the importance of pulsing events to sustainability
JW Day, D Pont, PF Hensel, C Ibaņez
Estuaries 18 (4), 636-647, 1995
Aquatic ecosytems & global climate change: Potential impacts on inland freshwater and coastal wetland ecosystems in the United States
NLR Poff, MM Brinson, JW Day
Pew Center on Global Climate Change, 2002
Ecosystem modeling in theory and practice: an introduction with case histories
CAS Hall, JW Day Jr
John Wiley and Sons, New York, NY, 1977
High precision measurements of sediment elevation in shallow coastal areas using a sedimentation-erosion table
RMJ Boumans, JW Day
Estuaries 16 (2), 375-380, 1993
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