R. S. Warren
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Coastal eutrophication as a driver of salt marsh loss
LA Deegan, DS Johnson, RS Warren, BJ Peterson, JW Fleeger, ...
Nature 490 (7420), 388-392, 2012
Vegetation change on a northeast tidal marsh: Interaction of sea‐level rise and marsh accretion
RS Warren, WA Niering
Ecology 74 (1), 96-103, 1993
Salt marsh vegetation change in response to tidal restriction
CT Roman, WA Niering, RS Warren
Environmental Management 8, 141-149, 1984
Vegetation patterns and processes in New England salt marshes
WA Niering, R Scott Warren
Bioscience 30 (5), 301-307, 1980
Salt marsh restoration in Connecticut: 20 years of science and management
RS Warren, PE Fell, R Rozsa, AH Brawley, AC Orsted, ET Olson, ...
Restoration Ecology 10 (3), 497-513, 2002
Rates, patterns, and impacts ofPhragmites australis expansion and effects of experimentalPhragmites control on vegetation, macroinvertebrates, and fish within …
RS Warren, PE Fell, JL Grimsby, EL Buck, GC Rilling, RA Fertik
Estuaries 24, 90-107, 2001
Estuaries of the northeastern United States: habitat and land use signatures
CT Roman, N Jaworski, FT Short, S Findlay, RS Warren
Estuaries 23, 743-764, 2000
Our dynamic tidal marshes, vegetation changes as revealed by peat analysis [Connecticut]
WA Niering, RS Warren, GC Weymouth
Bulletin-Connecticut Arboretum (USA), 1977
Evaluation of the Integrated Canadian Crop Yield Forecaster (ICCYF) model for in-season prediction of crop yield across the Canadian agricultural landscape
A Chipanshi, Y Zhang, L Kouadio, N Newlands, A Davidson, H Hill, ...
Agricultural and forest meteorology 206, 137-150, 2015
Levels and physico-chemical associations of Cd, Cu, Pb and Zn in road sediments
RS Hamilton, DM Revitt, RS Warren
Science of the Total Environment 33 (1-4), 59-74, 1984
Interpreting sea level rise and rates of vertical marsh accretion in a southern New England tidal salt marsh
RA Orson, RS Warren, WA Niering
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 47 (4), 419-429, 1998
Restoration of an impounded salt marsh in New England
TL Sinicrope, PG Hine, RS Warren, WA Niering
Estuaries 13, 25-30, 1990
Susceptibility of salt marshes to nutrient enrichment and predator removal
LA Deegan, JL Bowen, D Drake, JW Fleeger, CT Friedrichs, KA Galván, ...
Ecological Applications 17 (sp5), S42-S63, 2007
Development of a tidal marsh in a New England river valley
RA Orson, RS Warren, WA Niering
Estuaries 10, 20-27, 1987
The mechanism and regulation of proline accumulation in suspension cell cultures of the halophytic grass Distichlis spicata L.
REB Ketchum, RS Warren, LJ Klima, F Lopez-Gutiérrez, MW Nabors
Journal of plant physiology 137 (3), 368-374, 1991
Tidal energy subsidy and standing crop production of Spartina alterniflora
EZ Steever, RS Warren, WA Niering
Estuarine and Coastal Marine Science 4 (4), 473-478, 1976
Biochemical and transplantation studies of the growth form of Spartina alterniflora on Connecticut salt marshes
ML Shea, RS Warren, WA Niering
Ecology 56 (2), 461-466, 1975
Statistical spring wheat yield forecasting for the Canadian prairie provinces
B Qian, R De Jong, R Warren, A Chipanshi, H Hill
Agricultural and forest meteorology 149 (6-7), 1022-1031, 2009
Heavy metal levels in atmospheric particulates, roadside dust and soil along a major urban highway
RS Warren, P Birch
Science of the Total Environment 59, 253-256, 1987
Bird use of restoration and reference marshes within the Barn Island Wildlife Management Area, Stonington, Connecticut, USA
AH Brawley, RS Warren, RA Askins
Environmental Management 22 (4), 625-633, 1998
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