Research Publications

Maryland Sea Grant has funded scientific research relevant to the Chesapeake Bay and the Maryland residents who conserve, enjoy, and make their living from it.

The funded projects advance scientific knowledge through the publication of peer-reviewed journal articles. You may search these publications by keyword and year of publication.

Publications prior to 2003 can be accessed through the National Sea Grant Library.

He, K; Hain, E; Timm, A; Tarnowski, M; Blaney, L Occurrence of antibiotics, estrogenic hormones, and UV-filters in water, sediment, and oyster tissue from the Chesapeake Bay  SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT 650 3101310910.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.10.021. UM-SG-RS-2019-06.

Liljestrand, EM; Wilberg, MJ; Schueller, AM Multi-state dead recovery mark-recovery model performance for estimating movement and mortality rates  FISHERIES RESEARCH 210 21422310.1016/j.fishres.2018.10.014. UM-SG-RS-2019-05.

Liljestrand, EM; Wilberg, MJ; Schueller, AM Estimation of movement and mortality of Atlantic menhaden during 1966-1969 using a Bayesian multi-state mark-recovery model  FISHERIES RESEARCH 210 20421310.1016/j.fishres.2018.10.015. UM-SG-RS-2019-03.

Scharping, RJ; Plough, LV; Meritt, DW; North, EW Low-salinity tolerance of early-stage oyster larvae from a mesohaline estuary  MARINE ECOLOGY PROGRESS SERIES 613 9710610.3354/meps12905. UM-SG-RS-2019-04.

Secor, DH; Zhang, F; O'Brien, MHP; Li, M Ocean destratification and fish evacuation caused by a Mid-Atlantic tropical storm  ICES JOURNAL OF MARINE SCIENCE 762 57358410.1093/icesjms/fsx241. UM-SG-RS-2019-07.

Shen, XY; Su, YC; Liu, CC; Oscar, T; DePaola, A Efficacy of Vibrio parahaemolyticus depuration in oysters (Crassostrea gigas)  FOOD MICROBIOLOGY 79 354010.1016/j.fm.2018.10.005. UM-SG-RS-2019-02.

Solomon, CM; Jackson, M; Glibert, PM Chesapeake Bay's "forgotten" Anacostia River: eutrophication and nutrient reduction measures  ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT 1915 10.1007/s10661-019-7437-9. UM-SG-RS-2019-01.

Tully, KL; Weissman, D; Wyner, WJ; Miller, J; Jordan, T Soils in transition: saltwater intrusion alters soil chemistry in agricultural fields  BIOGEOCHEMISTRY 1423 33935610.1007/s10533-019-00538-9. UM-SG-RS-2019-08.

Van Appledorn, M; Baker, ME; Miller, AJ River-valley morphology, basin size, and flow-event magnitude interact to produce wide variation in flooding dynamics  Ecosphere 101 12510.1002/ecs2.2546. UM-SG-RS-2018-18.

Breitburg, D; Levin, LA; Oschlies, A; Gregoire, M; Chavez, FP; Conley, DJ; Garcon, V; Gilbert, D; Gutierrez, D; Isensee, K; Jacinto, GS; Limburg, KE; Montes, I; Naqvi, SWA; Pitcher, GC; Rabalais, NN; Roman, MR; Rose, KA; Seibel, BA; Telszewski, M; Yasuhara, M; Zhang, J Declining oxygen in the global ocean and coastal waters.  Science 3596371 11310.1126/science.aam7240. UM-SG-RS-2017-17.

Breitburg, D; Levin, LA; Oschlies, A; Gregoire, M; Chavez, FP; Conley, DJ; Garcon, V; Gilbert, D; Gutierrez, D; Isensee, K; Jacinto, GS; Limburg, KE; Montes, I; Naqvi, SWA; Pitcher, GC; Rabalais, NN; Roman, MR; Rose, KA; Seibel, BA; Telszewski, M; Yasuhara, M; Zhang, J Declining oxygen in the global ocean and coastal waters  Science 3596371 11310.1126/science.aam7240. UM-SG-RS-2017-17.

Chang, AL; Brown, CW; Crooks, JA; Ruiz, GM Dry and wet periods drive rapid shifts in community assembly in an estuarine ecosystem  Global Change Biology 242 62764210.1111/gcb.13972. UM-SG-RS-2018-08.

Chang, AL; Brown, CW; Crooks, JA; Ruiz, GM Dry and wet periods drive rapid shifts in community assembly in an estuarine ecosystem.  Global Change Biology 242 E627E64210.1111/gcb.13972. UM-SG-RS-2018-08.

Cott, GM; Caplan, JS; Mozdzer, TJ Nitrogen uptake kinetics and saltmarsh plant responses to global change  Scientific Reports 8 11010.1038/s41598-018-23349-8. UM-SG-RS-2018-05.

Cott, GM; Caplan, JS; Mozdzer, TJ Nitrogen uptake kinetics and saltmarsh plant responses to global change.  Scientific Reports 8 11010.1038/s41598-018-23349-8. UM-SG-RS-2018-05.

Flowers, EM; Johnson, AF; Aguilar, R; Schott, EJ Prevalence of the pathogenic crustacean virus Callinectes sapidus reovirus 1 near flow-through blue crab aquaculture in Chesapeake Bay, USA  Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 1292 13514410.3354/dao03232. UM-SG-RS-2018-15.

Glandon, H; Kilbourne, KH; Schijf, J; Miller, TJ Counteractive effects of increased temperature and pCO(2) on the thickness and chemistry of the carapace of juvenile blue crab, Callinectes sapidus, from the Patuxent River, Chesapeake Bay  Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 498 394510.1016/j.jembe.2017.11.005. UM-SG-RS-2017-18.

Glandon, H; Kilbourne, KH; Schijf, J; Miller, TJ Counteractive effects of increased temperature and pCO(2) on the thickness and chemistry of the carapace of juvenile blue crab, Callinectes sapidus, from the Patuxent River, Chesapeake Bay.  Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 498 394510.1016/j.jembe.2017.11.005. UM-SG-RS-2017-18.

Johnson, K; Feurt, C; Paolisso, M Collaborative Science and Learning as Tools for Climate Change Adaptation Planning  The International Journal of Climate Change: Impacts and Responses 101 597510.18848/1835-7156/CGP/v10i01/59-75. UM-SG-RS-2018-03.

Lloyd, MW; Tumas, HR; Neel, MC Limited pollen dispersal, small genetic neighborhoods, and biparental inbreeding in Vallisneria americana  American Journal of Botany 1052 22724010.1002/ajb2.1031. UM-SG-RS-2018-06.

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