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- Ecological Flows Framework for North Carolina Coastal Streams. Eban Bean, East Carolina University. [download]
- Insights Into Seasonal Dynamics of Heterotrophic Bacteria and Autotrophic Picoplankton in Groves Creek Tidal Salt Marsh. Thais Bittar, Skidaway Institute of Oceanography, UGA.
- Primary Productivity and Respiration in Fresh-to-Oligohaline Tidal Creeks. Lauren E. Bohrer, University of North Carolina Wilmington.
- Examining the Colonization and Survival of E. coli From Varying Host Sources in Drainage Basin Sediments and Stormwater. Matthew Curtis, Coastal Carolina University. [download]
- Comparison of Regulatory Fecal Indicator Bacteria and Host Specific Genetic qPCR Markers in Fecal Matter of Common Sources to Tidal Creeks. Aleksandar Dimkovikj, Coastal Carolina University.
- Comparing Density of Resident Fishes among North Carolina Saltmarsh Creeks and Relation to Habitat Alteration Scores. M.A. Dueker1, P.J. Rudershausen1, J.A. Buckel1, and S.J. Poland2.
1North Carolina State University Department of Biology, Center for Marine Science and Technology, and
2UNCW Department of Biology and Marine Biology.
- Establishment of a Research, Monitoring, and Exploration Program on the Lower Ogeechee River Estuary, GA (ERM EXPLORE). Sue Ebanks, Savannah State University. [download]
- Insights Into the Impact of Tropical Systems on Tidal Marshes: Results from High Frequency Monitoring in a Constructed Marsh During Hurricane Sandy. Randall Etheridge, NC State University. [download]
- Results From Varying Approaches Used to Assess Oyster Reef Associated Fauna within South Carolina Tidal Creeks. Thomas Funk, Coastal Carolina University.
- Visualization and Quantitative Analysis of Historical Trends in Land Use Change and Tidal Creek Emergent and Submerged Habitats. Joanne Halls, UNCW. [download]
- How Does Neuse River Bottom-Water Hypoxia Affect Dissolved Oxygen Distributions in its Tributaries? David Marshall, UNC-Chapel Hill Institute of Marine Sciences. [download]
- Diagenetic Markers Indicate Potential for Photochemical Release of Sedimentary Algal Toxins. Wesley Mickler, UNCW. [download]
- A Comparison of Nutrient Concentrations and Diatom and Dinoflagellate Distributions in 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Order Tidal Waterways (Savannah, GA). Carol Pride, Savannah State University.
- The Impacts of Urban and Suburban Stormwater Runoff on Selected Metabolic Processes Within Southeastern North Carolina Tidal Creeks. Anna Robuck, UNCW.
- Using Marine Debris Surveys to Engage and Educate the General Public about Tidal System Vulnerability in the Southeast. Dodie Sanders, UGA Marine Extension Service. [download]
- The Relationship Between Nutrients and Phytoplankton Abundance in the Savannah River Estuary. Sami Saryou, Savannah State University. [download]
- The Groves Creek Project: Organic Matter Transport and Transformation in a Salt Marsh and Tidal Creek Complex. William Savidge, Skidaway Institute of Oceanography, UGA.
- Long-term and Short-term Changes of Greenhouse Gas Emissions from a Constructed Salt Marsh in Eastern NC. Yo-Jin Shiau, NC State University, Biological and Agricultural Engineering.
- Spring-Neap Variation in Clutch Size Correlations and Embryonic Development for the Daggerblade Grass Shrimp Palaemonetes pugio. Renee Smith, Savannah State University.
- Synoptic Water Quality Sampling of Tidal Creeks along the Grand Strand, SC – an Undergraduate Research Experience. J. Michael Trapp, Coastal Carolina University.
- Effects of Sediment Composition on the Microphytobenthic Biomass. Erin Udvare, UNCW.
- Relationships Between Abiotic Environmental Factors and Vegetation in the Big Bay Creek Salt Marshes of the Ashepoo-Combahee-Edisto (ACE) Basin, SC. Saundra Upchurch, SCDNR/ACE Basin NERR.
- Assessing Impacts of Land Use in Coastal Stream Metabolism. Caitlin L. White, UNC-CH Institute of Marine Sciences.
- The Influence of Nitrogen Form on the Growth and Toxin Levels of Microcystin-Producing Cyanobacteria in Coastal Stormwater Detention Ponds. Nicole Wisniewski, College of Charleston.
- Volunteer-Based Stewardship of Murrells Inlet Drives Watershed-Based Management Efforts Targeted at Improving Water Quality in Tidal Creeks. Heather Young, Coastal Carolina University. [download]
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