Interns & Fellows

Intern Publications

39. Janiak, D.S., Adams, J.N., Rubinoff, B. and Osman, R.W.  2016.  Predator-prey interactions of the polyclad, Euplana gracilis, and the amphipod, Apocorophium lacustre, in the Chesapeake Bay.  Estuaries and Coasts doi: 10.1007/s12237-016-0148-3.

38. McCormick, M.K., D.F. Whigham, J.R. *Stapp, E.L.G. Hazelton, E.K. McFarland, and K.M. Kettenring, Shoreline modification affects recruitment of invasive Phragmites australis Estuaries & Coasts, invited submission for special issue, in review.

37. Rock-Blake, R., M.K. McCormick, H.E.A. *Brooks, C.S. Jones, and D.F. Whigham, Symbiont abundance can affect host plant population dynamics. American Journal of Botany, in review.

36. McCormick, M.K., H.E.A. *Brooks, and D.F. Whigham, Microsatellite analysis to estimate realized dispersal distance in Phragmites australis. Biological Invasions, in press.

35. McCormick, M.K., D.L. Taylor, D.F. Whigham, and R.K. *Burnett, Germination patterns in three terrestrial orchids relate to abundance of mycorrhizal fungi. Journal of Ecology, 2016. 104(3):744-754.

34. Lemoine, N.P., J.N. *Capdevielle, and J.D. Parker, Effects of in situ climate warming on monarch caterpillar (Danaus plexippus) development. PeerJ, 2015. 3.

33. Lemoine, N.P., J. Shue, B. *Verrico, D. Erickson, W.J. Kress, and J.D. Parker, Phylogenetic relatedness and leaf functional traits, not introduced status, influence community assembly. Ecology, 2015. 96(10):2605-2612.

32. Cook-Patton, S.C., L. *Maynard, N.P. Lemoine, J. Shue, and J.D. Parker, Cascading effects of a highly specialized beech-aphid-fungus interaction on forest regeneration. PeerJ, 2014. 2.

31. Cook-Patton, S.C., D. *Weller, T.C. Rick, and J.D. Parker, Ancient experiments: forest biodiversity and soil nutrients enhanced by Native American middens. Landscape Ecology, 2014. 29(6):979-987.

30. Knee, K.L. and T.E. Jordan, Spatial distribution of dissolved radon in the Choptank River and its tributaries: Implications for groundwater discharge and nitrate inputs. Estuaries and Coasts, 2013. 36(6):1237-1252 (*Christina Hill and *Virginia Leviton acknowledged for contributions).

29. Langley, J.A., T.J. Mozdzer, K.A. Shepard, S.B. *Hagerty, and J.P. Megonigal, Tidal marsh plant responses to elevated CO2, nitrogen fertilization, and sea level rise. Global Change Biology, 2013. 19(5):1495-1503.

28. Maloney, K.O., D.E. Weller, D.E. *Michaelson, and P.J. Ciccotto, Species Distribution Models of Freshwater Stream Fishes in Maryland and Their Implications for Management. Environmental Modeling & Assessment, 2013. 18(1):1-12.

27. McCormick, M.K., K.L. *Parker, K. Szlavecz, and D.F. Whigham, Native and exotic earthworms affect orchid seed loss. Aob Plants, 2013. 5.

26. Mozdzer, T.J. and J.P. Megonigal, Increased methane emissions by an introduced Phragmites australis lineage under global change. Wetlands, 2013. 33(4):609-615 (*David Gonzalez acknowledged for conributions).

25. Parker, J.D., M.E. Torchin, R.A. Hufbauer, N.P. Lemoine, C. Alba, D.M. Blumenthal, O. Bossdorf, J.E. Byers, A.M. Dunn, R.W. Heckman, M. Hejda, V. Jarosik, A.R. Kanarek, L.B. Martin, S.E. Perkins, P. Pysek, K. Schierenbeck, C. Schloder, R. van Klinken, K.J. Vaughn, W. Williams, and L.M. Wolfe, Do invasive species perform better in their new ranges? Ecology, 2013. 94(5):985-994 (*Christian Latimer, *Emily Myron, and *Lauren Richie acknowledged for contributions).

24. *White, K.P., J.A. Langley, D.R. Cahoon, and J.P. Megonigal, C3 and C4 biomass allocation responses to elevated CO2 and nitrogen: Contrasting resource capture strategies. Estuaries and Coasts, 2012. 35(4):1028-1035.

23. Gallo, N.D., R.H. *Certner, N. Parikh, H. Cho, A. Gibbons, C. Kim, T. Liu, H. Miller, T. Throwe, M. Wooten, D.A. Vanko, and K.G. Sellner. Efficacy of Microcystis aeruginosa removal in deionized and brackish water. in Proc. 15th International Conference on Harmful Algae. 2012. Korea: UNESCO.

22. Lind, E.M., E.P. *Myron, J. Giaccai, and J.D. Parker, White-tailed deer alter specialist and generalist insect herbivory through plant traits. Environmental Entomology, 2012. 41(6):1409-1416.

21. McCormick, M.K., D.L. Taylor, K. Juhaszova, R.K. *Burnett, D.F. Whigham, and J.P. O'Neill, Limitations on orchid recruitment: not a simple picture. Molecular Ecology, 2012. 21(6):1511-1523.

20. Mitchell, C.P.J., T.E. Jordan, A. Heyes, and C.C. Gilmour, Tidal exchange of total mercury and methylmercury between a salt marsh and a Chesapeake Bay sub-estuary. Biogeochemistry, 2012. 111(1-3):583-600 (*Alex Crawford and *Peter Minchella acknowledged for contributions).

19. Mozdzer, T.J. and J.P. Megonigal, Jack-and-master trait responses to elevated CO2 and N: A comparison of native and introduced Phragmites australis. PLoS One, 2012. 7(10): p. (*David Gonzalez acknowledged for contributions).

18. Gorchov, D.L., E. *Thompson, J. O'Neill, D. Whigham, and D.A. Noe, Treefall gaps required for establishment, but not survival, of invasive Rubus phoenicolasius in deciduous forest, Maryland, USA. Plant Species Biology, 2011. 26(3):221-234.

17. Johnson, E.G., A.C. Young, A.H. Hines, M.A. Kramer, M. *Bademan, M.R. Goodison, and R. Aguilar, Field comparison of survival and growth of hatchery-reared versus wild blue crabs, Callinectes sapidus Rathbun. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 2011. 402(1-2):35-42.

16. Sutton-Grier, A.E., J.K. Keller, R. *Koch, C. Gilmour, and J.P. Megonigal, Electron donors and acceptors influence anaerobic soil organic matter mineralization in tidal marshes. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 2011. 43:1576-1583.

15. Tzortziou, M., P.J. Neale, J.P. Megonigal, C.L. *Pow, and M. Butterworth, Spatial gradients in dissolved carbon due to tidal marsh outwelling into a Chesapeake Bay estuary. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 2011. 426:41-56.

14. Cho, H., C. Kim, T. Liu, R. *Certner, A. Gibbons, H. Miller, N. Parikh, N. Gallo, A. Sun, M. Wooten, and K.G. Sellner. Socio-economics of mitigating Chesapeake cyanobacteria blooms. in Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Harmful Algae. 2010. Crete: UNESCO.

13. Hartzell, J.L., T.E. Jordan, and J.C. Cornwell, Phosphorus burial in sediments along the salinity gradient of the Patuxent River subestuary. Estuaries & Coasts, 2010. 33:92-106 (*Jonathan Chester acknowledged for contributions).

12. Parker, J.D., L.J. *Richie, E.M. Lind, and K.O. Maloney, Land use history alters the relationship between native and exotic plants: the rich don't always get richer. Biological Invasions, 2010. 12(6):1557-1571.

11. *Graham, E.S., D.M. Tuzzolino, R.B. Burrell, and D.L. Breitburg, Interannual variation in gelatinous zooplankton and their prey in the Rhode River, Maryland. Smithsonian Contributions to Marine Science, 2009. 38:369-378.

10. Berke, S.K., V. *Cruz, and R.W. Osman, Sublethal predation and regeneration in two Onuphid polychaetes: Patterns and implications. Biological Bulletin, 2009. 217(3):242-252.

9.   McKinley, D.C., J.C. *Romero, B.A. Hungate, B.G. Drake, and J.P. Megonigal, Does deep soil N availability sustain long-term ecosystem responses to elevated CO2? Global Change Biology, 2009. 15(8):2035-2048.

8.   *Blum, J.C., A.L. Chang, M. Liljesthrom, M.E. Schenk, M.K. Steinberg, and G.M. Ruiz, The non-native solitary ascidian Ciona intestinalis (L.) depresses species richness. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 2007. 342(1):5-14.

7.   McCormick, M.K., D.F. Whigham, D. Sloan, K. O'Malley, and B. *Hodkinson, Orchid-fungus fidelity: a marriage meant to last? Ecology, 2006. 87(4):903-911.

6.   King, R.S., A.H. Hines, F.D. Craige, and S. *Grap, Regional, watershed and local correlates of blue crab and bivalve abundances in subestuaries of Chesapeake Bay, USA. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 2005. 319(1-2):101-116.

5.   *Armstrong, T.N., C. *Felton, and D.W. Coats, Influence of mixed populations on success of the parasitic dinoflagellate Amoebophrya. Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology, 2004. 51(2):1A.

4.   *Jardaleza, S.E. and D.W. Coats, Morphological variation in "free-living" stages of the parasitic dinoflagellate Amoebophrya. Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology, 2004. 51(2):3A.

3.   Diaz, M.C., D. *Akob, and C.S. Cary. Denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis of nitrifying microbes associated with tropical sponges. in Proceedings of the 6th International Sponge Conference. 2004. Rapallo, Italy, 2002: Bollettino dei Musei e degli Istituti biologici dell'Università di Genova.

2.   *Armstrong, T.N. and D.W. Coats, Influence of suspended solids and host diversity on dinoflagellate parasitism. Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology, 2003. 50(2):23A.

1.   *Armstrong, T.N. and D.W. Coats, Dinoflagellate predator, parasite, and prey: A workable trophic  triangle? . Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology, 2002. 49(2):1A.