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John Andrew Nyman
John Andrew Nyman
Professor of Renewable Natural Resources, Louisiana State University
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Marsh vertical accretion via vegetative growth
JA Nyman, RJ Walters, RD Delaune, WH Patrick Jr
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 69 (3-4), 370-380, 2006
4702006
The effects of oil spill and clean-up on dominant US Gulf coast marsh macrophytes: a review
SR Pezeshki, MW Hester, Q Lin, JA Nyman
Environmental pollution 108 (2), 129-139, 2000
4612000
Peat collapse, ponding and wetland loss in a rapidly submerging coastal marsh
RD DeLaune, JA Nyman, WH Patrick Jr
Journal of Coastal Research, 1021-1030, 1994
3491994
Relationship between vegetation and soil formation in a rapidly submerging coastal marsh.
J Nyman
Marine Ecology Progress Series. 96, 269-279, 1993
3441993
Wetland soil formation in the rapidly subsiding Mississippi River deltaic plain: Mineral and organic matter relationships
JAA Nyman, RD DeLaune, WH Patrick Jr
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 31 (1), 57-69, 1990
2791990
Sediment accretion in coastal wetlands: a review and a simulation model of processes
JC Callaway, JA Nyman, RD DeLaune
Current topics in wetland biogeochemistry 2 (2), 23, 1996
1551996
Roles and patterns of hurricane sedimentation in an estuarine marsh landscape
JA Nyman, CR Crozier, RD DeLaune
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 40 (6), 665-679, 1995
1551995
A proposed coast-wide reference monitoring system for evaluating wetland restoration trajectories in Louisiana
GD Steyer, CE Sasser, JM Visser, EM Swenson, JA Nyman, RC Raynie
Coastal Monitoring through Partnerships: Proceedings of the Fifth Symposium …, 2003
1382003
Toxicity to freshwater organisms from oils and oil spill chemical treatments in laboratory microcosms
S Bhattacharyya, PL Klerks, JA Nyman
Environmental Pollution 122 (2), 205-215, 2003
1302003
Fire in coastal marshes: history and recent concerns
JA Nyman, RH Chabreck
Fire in wetlands: a management perspective. Proceedings of the Tall Timbers …, 1995
1251995
Effect of crude oil and chemical additives on metabolic activity of mixed microbial populations in fresh marsh soils
JA Nyman
Microbial Ecology 37, 152-162, 1999
1181999
Brinson review: Perspectives on the influence of nutrients on the sustainability of coastal wetlands
JT Morris, GP Shaffer, JA Nyman
Wetlands 33, 975-988, 2013
1092013
Erosion rather than plant dieback as the mechanism of marsh loss in an estuarine marsh
JA Nyman, M Carloss, RD DeLaune, WH Patrick Jr
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 19 (1), 69-84, 1994
1021994
CO2emission and soil Eh responses to different hydrological conditions in fresh, brackish, and saline marsh soils
JA Nyman, RD DeLaune
Limnology and Oceanography 36 (7), 1406-1414, 1991
931991
Management of wetlands for wildlife
MJ Gray, HM Hagy, JA Nyman, JD Stafford
Wetland techniques: volume 3: applications and management, 121-180, 2013
882013
Optimizing sediment diversion operations: working group recommendations for integrating complex ecological and social landscape interactions
NS Peyronnin, RH Caffey, JH Cowan Jr, D Justic, AS Kolker, SB Laska, ...
Water 9 (6), 368, 2017
762017
Organic matter fluxes and marsh stability in a rapidly submerging estuarine marsh
JA Nyman, RD DeLaune, SR Pezeshki, WH Patrick
Estuaries 18, 207-218, 1995
751995
Production and characterization of microbial biosurfactants for potential use in oil-spill remediation
ME Marti, WJ Colonna, P Patra, H Zhang, C Green, G Reznik, M Pynn, ...
Enzyme and microbial technology 55, 31-39, 2014
742014
Drivers and impacts of water level fluctuations in the Mississippi River delta: Implications for delta restoration
M Hiatt, G Snedden, JW Day, RV Rohli, JA Nyman, R Lane, LA Sharp
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 224, 117-137, 2019
702019
Some effects of herbivory and 30 years of weir management on emergent vegetation in brackish marsh
JA Nyman, RH Chabreck, NW Kinler
Wetlands 13, 165-175, 1993
611993
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