Table of Contents (listed alphabetically by first author)

 

Vigor Gradients of Phragmites australis in the Meadowlands District;  F. Artigas, A. Aydiner

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Chemical and Biotic Assessment of a Degraded Brackish Marsh in the Hackensack Meadowlands; K. Barrett, M. McBrien, F. Artigas

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Vertical and Lateral Profiles of Heavy Metal Concentrations in Marsh and Mudflat Sediments of Eight Day Swamp in the Hackensack Meadowlands, NJ; K. Barrett, R. Bopp, T. Proctor and P. Weis

3

Comparison of Sediment and Detritus Toxicity from a Heavy Metal Contaminated Freshwater Marsh; C. Bentivegna, S. Bugel, J. Alfano, K. Czechowicz

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Fisheries Resource Inventory of the Hackensack River; B. Bragin, J. Misuik, C. Woolcott

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Evaluating Macroinvertebrate Biodiversity in a New Jersey Freshwater Marsh; S. Bugel, C. Bentivegna

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An Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Continuous Growing Season Grazing by Goats as a Means to Control Phragmites australis in a Tidal Marsh; R. Clanton B. Evans, K. Strait

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Metal Burdens and Histopathology of White Perch from the Hackensack River, NJ, USA; C. Czerwinski, P. Weis, V. S. Blazer, J. S. Weis

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Tidal Variability in an Urbanized Estuary; J. DiLorenzo, R. Filadelfo, T. Najarian, V. Gunawardana, C. Surak

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Distribution of Metals, PCBs and PCDD/Fs in the

Hackensack River; K. Dimou, T. Su, G. Korfiatis, R. Hires

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Tidal Marsh Restoration in Areas with Contaminated or Unconsolidated Soils; T. Doss, K. Appell

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Distribution of Contaminants in the NY-NJ Harbor Area; H. Feng, W. Jaslanek, E. Stern, K. Jones, V. Onwueme

12

Revisiting the SAMP: The Use of Historic GIS & 3D Terrain Modeling to Reconstruct the New Jersey Meadowlands; J. Grossman

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Seed Dispersal Dynamics in a Restored Salt Marsh: Implications for Restoration Success; P. Hicks, J. Hartman

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Mineral-Trace Metals Associations (Speciation) in Contaminated Sediments from the Hackensack Meadowlands Urban Estuary; V. Hover

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Historical and Current Ecology of the Lower Passaic River, New Jersey; T. Ianuzzi, D. Ludwig

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Biodiversity Patterns in the Hackensack Meadowlands; E. Kiviat, K. MacDonald

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Environmental Factors Limiting Northern Harrier (Circus cyaneus) Populations in the New Jersey Meadowlands; M. Laska, J. Baxter, A. Graves

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The Use of Paleoecological Approaches in Modern Wetland Reconstruction/Mitigation Efforts; B. LePage

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Assessing and Monitoring Groundwater Contamination from Landfill Leachate in Kearny Marsh Using High-Resolution Geophysics; N. Mansoor, L. Slater

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The Meadowlands Before the Commission: Three Centuries of Human Use and Modification of the Hackensack Meadowlands; S. Marshall

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Hydrogeomorphic (HGM) Functional Assessment Model and Guidebook for Tidal Fringe Wetlands in the New Jersey Meadowlands; P. McBrien

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Spartina alterniflora and Phragmites australis as Habitat for the Ribbed Mussel (Geukensia demissa) (Dillwyn); M. McClary

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The Influence of the Hackensack Meadowlands on the Tidal Hydraulics of the Hackensack River; R. Miskewitz, R. Hires

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Water Quality Assessment of Point and Non-Point Discharges on the Hackensack River Estuary; T. Najarian, J. Sheehan, V. Gunawardana, P. Huang, H. Litwack

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Mercury in the Hackensack River: Initial Findings of the NJ Toxics Reduction Workplan for the NY-NJ Harbor; J. Pecchioli, G. Buchanan, R. Miskewitz

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Estuarine Shifts in Organic Matter and Plant Communities in the Meadowlands and Lower Hudson Bay—European Impact; D.M. Peteet, D. Pederson, D. Kleinstein

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Community Involvement in Toxic Crab Outreach: A Case Study in the Issuance of Fish Consumption Advisories; K. Pflugh

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Growth of Phragmites australis on Estuary Enhancement Sites of the Delaware River; K. R. Philipp

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The Distribution, Abundance, and Potential Prey of a Marsh Resident Fish: Phragmites versus Spartina alterniflora; D. Raichel

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Comparing Microbial Biocomplexity in Adjacent Salt Marsh Microhabitats in Winter and Summer: 3 Approaches; B. Ravit, J. Champanerkar, O. Anderson, D. Blackmore, M. Haggblom, L. Kerkhof, T. Gorrell, G. Benoit, M. Levandowsky

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Tetrabromobisphenol-A (TBBPA) Biotransformation in Vegetated and Non-Vegetated Salt Marsh Sediments; B. Ravit, M. Haggblom, J. Ehrenfeld

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Behavioral Differences Between Juvenile Blue Crabs (Callinectes sapidus) from the Hackensack Meadowlands and a Reference Site in Tuckerton, NJ; J. Reichmuth, J. MacDonald, J. Mairo, T. Glover, J. Weis

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The Plan to Restore the Meadowlands to Health (Not Youth); M. Renna

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Analyzing Groundwater Flow to Aid in Wetland Mitigation; R. Riberty, D. Ophori

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An Analysis of Epifaunal Communities Associated with the Stems of Phragmites australis and Spartina alterniflora Collected from Brackish Marshes in New Jersey; T. Robertson, J. Weis

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Effective Avian Monitoring in Common Reed Wetlands; J. Rollino, C. Ross

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Diversity and Abundance of Benthic Animal Species at two sites in the lower Hackensack River; C. M. Rymer

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Comparison of Condition of Young of the Year Bluefish from two Different New Jersey Estuaries: Hackensack River and Great Bay, Tuckerton; J. Samson

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Mercury Contamination in Berrys Creek and Downstream Ecosystem; J. Schaefer. T. Cardona-Merek, K. Ellickson, J. Yagi, T. Barkay, J. Reinfelder

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The Geomorphic Background to Human Settlement in the New Jersey Meadowlands: New Perspectives; J. Schuldenrein and S. Malin-Boyce

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Turning the Tide in the Meadowlands--How Science Effects Change; B. Sheehan, L. Kelly

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Avian Response to Marsh Restoration in the Meadowlands: the Value of Having Pre and Post Restoration Data; A. Siegel

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Atmospheric Deposition of Organic and Inorganic Contaminants to the New Jersey Meadowlands; L. Totten, R. Reinfelder, C. Gigliotti, D. Van Ry, J. Dachs, J. Girona, J. Offenberg, Y. Koelliker, M. Panangadan, S. Yan, Y. Zhuang, S. Goodrow, K. Ellickson, R. Gioia, S. Eisenreich

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Benthic Communities and Metal Contamination in Eight Day Swamp, a Brackish Marsh in the Hackensack Meadowlands of New Jersey; J. Weis, P. Weis

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Sediment, Carbon, and Trace Contaminant Contributions to the New Jersey Meadowlands Area from the Hackensack River Basin; T. Wilson

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Evaluating wetland restoration success: Alternative approaches to measuring landscape function in urban watersheds; L. Windham, M. Laska

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Nekton Use of Different Marsh Grass Species; C. Woolcott, J. Weis

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Spectral Characteristics of Inter-Tidal Mud Flats in Impoundments at Low and High Tide; N. Yao, F. Artigas

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Benthic Communities in Spartina alterniflora and Phragmites australis Dominated Salt Marshes Found in the Hackensack Meadowlands; C. Yuhas

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