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Hollie E. Emery, John H. Angell, and Robinson W. Fulweiler. 2019. “Salt marsh greenhouse gas fluxes and microbial communities are not sensitive to the first year of precipitation change.” Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeoscience, 124, Pp. 1071-1087.
Hollie E. Emery and Robinson W. Fulweiler. 2017. “Incomplete tidal restoration may lead to persistent high CH4 emission.” Ecosphere, 8, 12, Pp. e01968.
Robinson W. Fulweiler. 2016. “Reproducibly Quantifying Benthic Processes in an Estuary Under Change.” Earth and Space Science, 3, 8, Pp. 318-325.
Hollie E. Emery and Robinson W. Fulweiler. 2014. “Spartina alterniflora and invasive Phragmites australis stands have similar greenhouse gas emissions in a New England marsh.” Aquatic Botany, 116, Pp. 83-92.
Robinson W. Fulweiler, Hollie E. Emery, Elise M. Heiss, and Veronica M Berounsky. 2011. “Assessing the role of pH in determining water column nitrification rates in a coastal system.” Estuaries and Coasts, 34, Pp. 1095-1102.