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Environmental Science Policy & Geography
Maintained by Dr. Bob Wang
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Sanders, C.J., Caldeira, P.P., Smoak, J.M., Ketterer, M.E., Belem, A., Mendoza, U.M.N., Cordeiro, L.G.M.S., Silva-Filho, E.V., Patchineelam, S.R. and A.L.S. Albuquerque; Recent organic carbon accumulation (~100 years) along the Cabo Frio, Brazil upwelling region, Continental Shelf Research 75: 68-75, 2014.
Meindl, C.F. Growth at all Costs and the Road to Ruin. Tampa Bay Times. 25 September 2013, page 11a.
Fairbanks A., Wunderlich J. and Meindl C. Talking Trash: a Short History of Solid Waste Management in Florida. Florida Historical Quarterly Vol. 91(4 Spring): 526-557, 2013
Fijani E., Moghaddam A. A. Tsai, Frank T.-C. Nadiri, A., and Dixon B. Optimization of DRASTIC Model by Supervised Committee Machine Artificial Intelligence for Groundwater Vulnerability Assessment in Maragheh-Bonab Plain Aquifer, Iran. Journal of Hydrology. 503:89-100, 2013.
Le Friant, A., Ishizuka, O., Stroncik, N.A., and the Expedition 340 Scientists. Proceedings IODP 340: Tokyo (IODP Management International, Inc.). doi:10.2204/iodp.proc.340, 2013. ( http://publications.iodp.org/proceedings/340/340title.htm)
Liu, G., Liu, Z., Chen, F., Zhang, Z., Gu, B. and Smoak J.M. Response of Cladoceran community to eutrophication, fish introduction and degradation of macrophyte vegetation in Lake Dianchi, a large, shallow plateau lake in southwest China, Limnology 14, 159-166, 2013.
Smoak, J.M., Breithaupt, J., Smith III, T.J. and C.J. Sanders; Sediment accretion and organic carbon burial relative to sea-level rise and storm events in two mangrove forest in Everglades National Park, Catena, 104, 58-66, 2013.
Waters, M.N., Smoak, J.M. and C.J. Saunders; Historic primary producer communities linked to phosphorus dynamics in the northern Florida Everglades, Journal of Paleolimnology 49, 67-81, 2013.
Baumstark, R., Dixon B., Carlson P., Palandro, D., and K. Kolasa. Alternative spatially enhanced integrative techniques for mapping seagrass in Florida’s marine ecosystem. International Journal of Remote Sensing. 34(4), 1248–1264, 2013.
Dixon, B and Earls, J. Effects of Urbanization on Streamflow Using SWAT with Real and Simulated Meteorological Data. Applied Geography Journal. 35(1): 174-190, 2012.
Samui, P. and Dixon B. Application of Support Vector Machine and Relevance Vector Machine to Determine Evaporative losses in reservoir. Hydrological Processes. Volume 26, Issue 9, pages 1361–1369. (DOI: 10.1002/hyp.8278, Sep8, 2011), 2012.
Smoak, J.M., Sanders, C.J., Patchineelam, S.R. and W.S. Moore; Radium mass balance and submarine groundwater discharge in Sepetiba Bay, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Journal of South American Earth Sciences, 39, 44-51, 2012.
Sanders, C.J., Smoak, J.M., Waters, M. N. Sanders, L. M. Brandini, N., Patchineelam,S.R. Organic matter content and particle size modifications in mangrove sediments as responses to sea level rise, Marine Environmental Research, 77, 150-155, 2012.
Casper, F., B. Dixon, Steimle, E.T, Hall, M.L, and R.N. Conmy. High Resolution Mapping of the Spatial Variability of Water Quality in a River: Improvements from Integration of Geospatial and Sensor Technologies with Unmanned Surface Vehicles. Applied Geography. 32(2): 455 – 464, 2012.
Sanders, C. J., Smoak, J. M., Patchineelam, S. R. and P.H. Cable; Lead-210 and Berilium-7 fallout rates on the southeastern coast of Brazil, Journal of Environmental Radioactivity, 102, 1122-1125, 2011.
Patchineelam, S.M., Sanders, C.J., Smoak, J.M., Zem, R.C., Oliveira, G. and S.R.Patchineelam; A Historical Evaluation of Anthropogenic Impact in Coastal Ecosystems through Geochemical Signatures,Journal of the Brazilian Chemical Society, 22(1), 120-125, 2011.
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