Selected publications by Joy B. Zedler
The Ecology of Tijuana Estuary: An Estuarine Profile (Biological Report, Nos. 85-7.5 (June, 1986)) by Joy B. Zedler and Christopher S. Nordby and Christopher S. Nordby
Zedler, J. B., C.L. Bonin, D.J. Larkin, A. Varty. 2014. Ecology of Salt Marshes. Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences, from Encyclopedia of Ecology 2008, Pages 3132- 3141.
Zedler, J.B., and N. Miller. In press. Wetland restoration at the landscape scale. In B. A. Middleton and G. R. Gutenspergen, editors, Concepts in Landscape Ecology Section, Society of Wetland Scientists Encyclopedia of Wetlands.
Zedler, J. B. 2012. Chapter 1. Introduction: diverse perspectives on tidal marshes. Pp. 1-17 In A. Palaima, ed., Ecology, Conservation, and Restoration of Tidal Marshes: The San Francisco Estuary. University of California Press, Berkeley.
Zedler, J. B., J. M. Doherty and N. A. Miller. 2012. Shifting restoration policy to address landscape change, novel ecosystems, and monitoring. Ecology and Society 17 (4): 36.
Zedler, J. B. 2007. Success: An unclear, subjective descriptor of restoration outcomes. Ecological Restoration 25:162-168.
Selected publications by Roy “Robin” Lewis
Lewis, RR. 2009. 2009. Knowledge overload, wisdom underload. Ecological Engineering. 35:341-342.
Lewis, RR. 2009. Mangrove field of dreams: if we build it, will they come? SWS Research Brief. 4 pages.
Lewis, RR. 2009. Methods and criteria for successful mangrove forest restoration. Chapter 28, pages 787-800 in GME Perillo, E Wolanski, DR Cahoon, and MM Brinson (eds.) Coastal Wetlands: An Integrated Ecosystem Approach. Elsevier Press.
Wetland Restoration: Contemporary Issues & Lessons Learned (draft white paper), Association of State Wetlands Managers
Selected publications by Peter Edwards & Ariana Sutton-Grier
P.E.T. Edwards, A.E. Sutton-Grier, G.E. Coyle Investing in nature: Restoring coastal habitat blue infrastructure and green job creation. 2013. Marine Policy 38:65-71.
P.A. Sandifer, A.E. Sutton-Grier Connecting stressors, ocean ecosystem services, and human health. Nat. Resour. Forum, 38 (2014), pp. 157–167
A.E. Sutton-Grier, K. Wowk, H. Bamford Future of our coasts: The potential for natural and hybrid infrastructure to enhance the resilience of our coastal communities, economies and ecosystems. Environmental Science and Policy (August 2015) pp. 137-148
Building Resilient Coastal Communities Using the Partnership Approach. U.S. Climate Resilience Toolkit, NOAA Digital Coast, The Nature Conservancy, and Great Lakes Coastal Resilience Planning Guide. Fact Sheet. (2015). –
Coasts at Risk: An Assessment of Coastal Risks and the Role of Environmental Solutions. Edited by Michael W. Beck. A joint publication of United Nations University – Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS), The Nature Conservancy (TNC) and the Coastal Resources Center (CRC) at the University of Rhode Island Graduate School of Oceanography. (2014).
Coastal habitats and risk reduction: World Risk Report. Beck, M. W., C. Shepard. (2012).
Investing in Nature: Creating Jobs and Restoring Coastal Habitats (NOAA, The Nature Conservancy)
Integrating climate and ocean change vulnerability into conservation planning. Mcleod, E., A. Green, E. Game, K. Anthony, J. Cinner, S. Heron, J. Kleypas, C. Lovelock, J.M. Pandolfi, R.L. Pressey, R. Salm, S. Schill, and C. Woodroffe. Coastal Management. (2012)
Mitsch, W.J. and J.G. Gosselink. 2015. Wetlands, 5th ed. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken, NJ. 744 pp
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