Lisamarie Windham-Myers
Lisamarie Windham-Myers
Research Ecologist, U.S. Geological Survey
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A comparison of Phragmites australisin freshwater and brackish marsh environments in North America
LA Meyerson, K Saltonstall, L Windham, E Kiviat, S Findlay
Wetlands Ecology and Management 8, 89-103, 2000
Effects of Phragmites australis (common reed) invasion on aboveground biomass and soil properties in brackish tidal marsh of the Mullica river, New Jersey
L Windham, RG Lathrop
Estuaries 22, 927-935, 1999
Uptake and distribution of metals in two dominant salt marsh macrophytes, Spartina alterniflora (cordgrass) and Phragmites australis (common reed)
L Windham, JS Weis, P Weis
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 56 (1), 63-72, 2003
Comparison of biomass production and decomposition between Phragmites australis (common reed) and Spartina patens (salt hay grass) in brackish tidal marshes of New Jersey, USA
L Windham
Wetlands 21 (2), 179-188, 2001
Net impact of a plant invasion on nitrogen‐cycling processes within a brackish tidal marsh
L Windham, JG Ehrenfeld
Ecological Applications 13 (4), 883-896, 2003
Rice methylmercury exposure and mitigation: a comprehensive review
SE Rothenberg, L Windham-Myers, JE Creswell
Environmental research 133, 407-423, 2014
Typha (Cattail) Invasion in North American Wetlands: Biology, Regional Problems, Impacts, Ecosystem Services, and Management
S Bansal, SC Lishawa, S Newman, BA Tangen, D Wilcox, D Albert, ...
Wetlands 39, 645-684, 2019
Representing the function and sensitivity of coastal interfaces in Earth system models
ND Ward, JP Megonigal, B Bond-Lamberty, VL Bailey, D Butman, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 2458, 2020
FLUXNET-CH 4 Synthesis Activity: Objectives, Observations, and Future Directions
SH Knox, RB Jackson, B Poulter, G McNicol, E Fluet-Chouinard, Z Zhang, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 100 (12), 2607-2632, 2019
Methylmercury production in sediment from agricultural and non-agricultural wetlands in the Yolo Bypass, California, USA
M Marvin-DiPasquale, L Windham-Myers, JL Agee, E Kakouros, LH Kieu, ...
Science of the Total Environment 484, 288-299, 2014
High-resolution remote sensing of water quality in the San Francisco Bay–Delta Estuary
CG Fichot, BD Downing, BA Bergamaschi, L Windham-Myers, ...
Environmental Science & Technology 50 (2), 573-583, 2016
Effects of common reed (Phragmites australis) expansions on nitrogen dynamics of tidal marshes of the northeastern U.S.
L Windham, LA Meyerson
Estuaries 26, 452-464, 2003
A remote sensing-based model of tidal marsh aboveground carbon stocks for the conterminous United States
KB Byrd, L Ballanti, N Thomas, D Nguyen, JR Holmquist, M Simard, ...
ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 139, 255-271, 2018
Lead uptake, distribution, and effects in two dominant salt marsh macrophytes, Spartina alterniflora (cordgrass) and Phragmites australis (common reed)
L Windham, JS Weis, P Weis
Marine Pollution Bulletin 42 (10), 811-816, 2001
Accuracy and precision of tidal wetland soil carbon mapping in the conterminous United States
JR Holmquist, L Windham-Myers, N Bliss, S Crooks, JT Morris, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 9478, 2018
Mercury cycling in agricultural and managed wetlands: a synthesis of methylmercury production, hydrologic export, and bioaccumulation from an integrated field study
L Windham-Myers, JA Fleck, JT Ackerman, M Marvin-DiPasquale, ...
Science of the Total Environment 484, 221-231, 2014
Patterns and processes of mercury release from leaves of two dominant salt marsh macrophytes,Phragmites australis andSpartina alterniflora
L Windham, JS Weis, P Weis
Estuaries 24, 787-795, 2001
DoesPhragmites expansion alter the structure and function of marsh landscapes? Patterns and processes revisited
RG Lathrop, L Windham, P Montesano
Estuaries 26, 423-435, 2003
Patterns in wetland microbial community composition and functional gene repertoire associated with methane emissions
S He, SA Malfatti, JW McFarland, FE Anderson, A Pati, M Huntemann, ...
MBio 6 (3), 10.1128/mbio. 00066-15, 2015
Experimental removal of wetland emergent vegetation leads to decreased methylmercury production in surface sediment
L Windham‐Myers, M Marvin‐Dipasquale, DP Krabbenhoft, JL Agee, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 114 (G2), 2009
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