Gregory G. Shellenbarger
Gregory G. Shellenbarger
cbec eco engineering
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צוטט על ידי
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Submarine groundwater discharge: an important source of new inorganic nitrogen to coral reef ecosystems
A Paytan, GG Shellenbarger, JH Street, ME Gonneea, K Davis, MB Young, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 51 (1), 343-348, 2006
Breaking internal waves on a Florida (USA) coral reef: a plankton pump at work?
JJ Leichter, G Shellenbarger, SJ Genovese, SR Wing
Marine Ecology Progress Series 166, 83-97, 1998
Groundwater discharge: potential association with fecal indicator bacteria in the surf zone
AB Boehm, GG Shellenbarger, A Paytan
Environmental science & technology 38 (13), 3558-3566, 2004
Composition and flux of groundwater from a California beach aquifer: Implications for nutrient supply to the surf zone
AB Boehm, A Paytan, GG Shellenbarger, KA Davis
Continental Shelf Research 26 (2), 269-282, 2006
An analytical model of enterococci inactivation, grazing, and transport in the surf zone of a marine beach
AB Boehm, DP Keymer, GG Shellenbarger
Water research 39 (15), 3565-3578, 2005
Trophic structure and avian communities across a salinity gradient in evaporation ponds of the San Francisco Bay estuary
JY Takekawa, AK Miles, DH Schoellhamer, ND Athearn, MK Saiki, ...
Hydrobiologia 567 (1), 307-327, 2006
The importance of submarine groundwater discharge to the near shore nutrient supply in the Gulf of Aqaba (Israel)
GG Shellenbarger, SG Monismith, A Genin, A Paytan
Limnology and Oceanography 51 (4), 1876-1886, 2006
Flow effects on benthic grazing on phytoplankton by a Caribbean reef
SG Monismith, KA Davis, GG Shellenbarger, JL Hench, NJ Nidzieko, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 55 (5), 1881-1892, 2010
Fecal indicator bacteria and Salmonella in ponds managed as bird habitat, San Francisco Bay, California, USA
GG Shellenbarger, ND Athearn, JY Takekawa, AB Boehm
Water Research 42 (12), 2921-2930, 2008
A sediment budget for the southern reach in San Francisco Bay, CA: implications for habitat restoration
GG Shellenbarger, SA Wright, DH Schoellhamer
Marine Geology 345, 281-293, 2013
Trajectory of early tidal marsh restoration: elevation, sedimentation and colonization of breached salt ponds in the northern San Francisco Bay
LA Brand, LM Smith, JY Takekawa, ND Athearn, K Taylor, ...
Ecological Engineering 42, 19-29, 2012
Measuring sediment accretion in early tidal marsh restoration
JY Takekawa, I Woo, ND Athearn, S Demers, RJ Gardiner, WM Perry, ...
Wetlands Ecology and Management 18 (3), 297-305, 2010
Bacterial contamination and submarine groundwater discharge—a possible link
A Paytan, AB Boehm, GG Shellenbarger
Environmental Chemistry 1 (1), 29-30, 2004
Bay sediment budget: Sediment accounting 101
DH Schoellhamer, MA Lionberger, BE Jaffe, NK Ganju, SA Wright, ...
Pulse of the Estuary, 58-63, 2005
Sediment dynamics drive contaminant dynamics
DH Schoellhamer, G Shellenbarger, NK Ganju, JA Davis, LJ McKee
Pulse of the Estuary, 21-26, 2003
Unintended consequences of management actions in salt pond restoration: Cascading effects in trophic interactions
JY Takekawa, JT Ackerman, LA Brand, TR Graham, CA Eagles-Smith, ...
PLoS One 10 (6), e0119345, 2015
Sediment transport in San Pablo Bay
DH Schoellhamer, NK Ganju, GG Shellenbarger
Technical studies for the aquatic transfer facility: Hamilton wetlands …, 2008
Dissolved Oxygen in Guadalupe Slough and Pond A 3 W, South San Francisco Bay, California, August and September 2007
GG Shellenbarger, DH Schoellhamer, TL Morgan, JY Takekawa, ...
Open-File Report. U. S. Geological Survey, 2008
Continuous Salinity and Temperature Data from San Francisco Estuary, 1982–2002: Trends and the Salinity–Freshwater Inflow Relationship
GG Shellenbarger, DH Schoellhamer
Journal of Coastal Research 27 (6), 1191-1201, 2011
South Bay Salt Ponds Restoration Project, Short-term Data Needs, 2003–2005, Unpubl. Final Report
JY Takekawa, AK Miles, DH Schoellhamer, B Jaffe, ND Athearn, ...
US Geological Survey, Vallejo, CA, 270, 2005
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