Recent Publications


Hopple, A. and C. Craft. 2013. Managed disturbance enhances biodiversity of restored wetlands in the agricultural Midwest. Ecological Engineering 61:505-510.
Marton, J.M., S. Fennessy and C.B. Craft. 2013. Functional differences between natural and restored wetlands in the Glaciated Interior Plains. Journal of Environmental Quality. doi. 10.2134/jeq2013.04.0118.
Li, X., L. Ren, Y. Liu, C. Craft, U. Mander and S. Tang. 2013. The impact of the change in vegetation structure on the ecological functions of salt marshes: The example of the Yangtze estuary. Regional Environmental Change DOI 10.1017/s10113-013-0520-9.
Marton, J.M., M.S. Fennessy and C.B. Craft. 2013. USDA conservation practices increase carbon storage and water quality improvement functions: An example from Ohio. Restoration Ecology. doi: 10.1111/rec.12033.
Mihee Jun, Anne E. Altor, and Christopher B. Craft. 2013. Effects of Increased Salinity and Inundation on Inorganic Nitrogen Exchange and Phosphorus Sorption by Tidal Freshwater Floodplain Forest Soils, Georgia (USA) Estuaries and Coasts. 36:508–518.
Craft, C.B. 2012. Tidal freshwater forest accretion does not keep pace with sea level rise. Global Change Biology 18:3615-3623.
Pendleton, L., D.C. Donato, B.C. Murray, S. Crooks, W.A. Jenkins, S. Sifleet, C. Craft, J.W. Fourequrean, J.B. Kaufman, N. Marba, P. Megonigal, E. Pidgeon, V. Bilbao-Bastidia, R. Ullman, D. Herr, D. Gordon and A. Baldera. 2012. Estimating global "blue carbon" emissions from conversion and degradation of coastal ecosystems. PLoS-ONE. 7 (9) e43542.
Marton, J.M., E.R. Herbert and C.B. Craft. 2012. Effects of salinity on denitrification and greenhouse gas production from laboratory-incubated tidal forest soils. Wetlands 32:347-357.
Brittain, R.A. and C.B. Craft. 2012. Effects of sea-level rise and anthropogenic development on priority bird species habitats in coastal Georgia, USA. Environmental Management 49(2):473-482.
Brittain, R.A., A. Schimmelmann, D.F. Parkhurst, and C.B. Craft. 2012. Habitat Use by Coastal Birds Inferred from Stable Carbon and Nitrogen Isotopes. Estuaries and Coasts 35:633-645.
Fagherazzi, S., M.L. Kirwan, S.M. Mudd, G.R. Guntenspergen, S. Temmerman, A. D'Alpaos, J. van de Koppel, J.M. Rybczyk, E. Reyes, C. Craft, and J. Clough. 2012. Numerical models of salt marsh evolution: ecological, geomorphic and climatic factors. Reviews in Geophysics, 50, RG1002.
He, Y, X. Li, C. Craft, Z. Ma, Z. and Y Sun. 2011. Relationships between vegetation and environmental factors in newly formed tidal marshes of the Yangtze River estuary. Wetlands Ecology and Management. 19:341-349.

Fennessy, S. and C. Craft. 2011. Effects of agricultural conservation practices on wetland ecosystem services in the Interior Glaciated Plains. Ecological Applications (Supplement) 21:S49-S64.

Ket, W.A., J. P. Schubauer, and C. B. Craft. 2011. Effects of five years of nitrogen and phosphorus additions on a Zizaniopsis miliacea tidal freshwater marsh. Aquatic Botany 95:17-23.

Loomis, M.J. and C.B. Craft. 2010. Carbon sequestration and nutrient (N, P) accumulation in river-dominated tidal marshes, Georgia, USA. Soil Science Society of America Journal 74:1028-1037.

Kazimierz Więski, Hongyu Guo, C. Craft and Steven C. Pennings. 2010. Ecosystem functions of tidal fresh, brackish and salt marshes on the Georgia coast. Estuaries and Coasts 33:161-169.

Craft, C., J. Clough, J. Ehman, S. Joye, D. Park, S. Pennings, H. Guo and M. Machmuller.  2009.  Forecasting the effects of accelerated sea level rise on tidal marsh ecosystem services.  Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7:73-78.

Krull, K. and C.B. Craft.  2009.  Ecosystem development of a sandbar emergent tidal marsh, Altamaha River estuary, Georgia USA.  Wetlands 29:314-322.
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