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Phenological matching across hemispheres in a long‐distance migratory bird
RB Renfrew, D Kim, N Perlut, J Smith, J Fox, PP Marra
Diversity and Distributions 19 (8), 1008-1019, 2013
1302013
Unexpected diversity in socially synchronized rhythms of shorebirds
M Bulla, M Valcu, AM Dokter, AG Dondua, A Kosztolányi, AL Rutten, ...
Nature 540 (7631), 109-113, 2016
1202016
The role of Phragmites australis in mediating inland salt marsh migration in a mid-Atlantic estuary
JAM Smith
PloS one 8 (5), e65091, 2013
1142013
Moisture as a determinant of habitat quality for a nonbreeding Neotropical migratory songbird
JAM Smith, LR Reitsma, PP Marra
Ecology 91 (10), 2874-2882, 2010
1092010
Climate change implications for tidal marshes and food web linkages to estuarine and coastal nekton
DD Colombano, SY Litvin, SL Ziegler, SB Alford, R Baker, MA Barbeau, ...
Estuaries and Coasts, 1-12, 2021
502021
Fisheries rely on threatened salt marshes
R Baker, MD Taylor, KW Able, MW Beck, J Cebrian, DD Colombano, ...
Science 370 (6517), 670-671, 2020
472020
Roosting behavior of a Neotropical migrant songbird, the northern waterthrush Seiurus noveboracensis, during the non‐breeding season
JAM Smith, LR Reitsma, LL Rockwood, PP Marra
Journal of Avian biology 39 (4), 460-465, 2008
462008
Influence of Moisture and Food Supply on the Movement Dynamics of a Nonbreeding Migratory Bird (Parkesia Noveboracensis) in a Seasonal Landscape
JAM Smith, LR Reitsma, PP Marra
The Auk 128 (1), 43-52, 2011
352011
Tidal marsh restoration optimism in a changing climate and urbanizing seascape
NJ Waltham, C Alcott, MA Barbeau, J Cebrian, RM Connolly, LA Deegan, ...
Estuaries and Coasts, 1-10, 2021
322021
Multiple Space-Use Strategies and Their Divergent Consequences in a Nonbreeding Migratory Bird (Parkesia noveboracensis)
JAM Smith, LR Reitsma, PP Marra
The Auk 128 (1), 53-60, 2011
312011
The impact of past management practices on tidal marsh resilience to sea level rise in the Delaware Estuary
JAM Smith, SF Hafner, LJ Niles
Ocean & coastal management 149, 33-41, 2017
272017
Restoration of Horseshoe Crab and Migratory Shorebird Habitat on Five Delaware Bay Beaches Damaged by Superstorm Sandy
L Niles, JAM Smith, DF Daly, T Dillingham, W Shadel, A Dey, MS Danihel, ...
182013
A green wave of saltmarsh productivity predicts the timing of the annual cycle in a long-distance migratory shorebird
JAM Smith, K Regan, NW Cooper, L Johnson, E Olson, A Green, J Tash, ...
Scientific reports 10 (1), 20658, 2020
152020
Are salt marsh pools suitable sites for restoration?
JAM Smith, L Niles
Wetland Science and Practice 33 (4), 102-109, 2016
152016
Beach restoration improves habitat quality for American horseshoe crabs and shorebirds in the Delaware Bay, USA
JAM Smith, LJ Niles, S Hafner, A Modjeski, T Dillingham
Marine Ecology Progress Series 645, 91-107, 2020
122020
The current status of forest Macrolepidoptera in northern New Jersey: evidence for the decline of understory specialists
D Schweitzer, JR Garris, AE McBride, JAM Smith
Journal of Insect Conservation 18 (4), 561-571, 2014
122014
Pond Dynamics Yield Minimal Net Loss of Vegetation Cover Across an Unditched Salt Marsh Landscape
JAM Smith, M Pellew
Estuaries and Coasts, 1-13, 2021
102021
An experiment to examine how Red Knots Calidris canutus rufa and other shorebirds respond to oyster culture at Reed’s Beach, Delaware Bay, New Jersey
J Burger, LJ Niles, AD Dey, T Dillingham, AS Gates, J Smith
Wader Study 122 (2), 2015
82015
Horseshoe crab egg availability for shorebirds in Delaware Bay: Dramatic reduction after unregulated horseshoe crab harvest and limited recovery after 20 years of management
JAM Smith, A Dey, K Williams, T Diehl, S Feigin, LJ Niles
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 32 (12), 1913-1925, 2022
52022
“Waffle” pools in ditched salt marshes: assessment, potential causes, and management
JAM Smith, SC Adamowicz, GM Wilson, I Rochlin
Wetlands Ecology and Management, 1-17, 2021
52021
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