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Liu, G., Liu, Z., Chen, F., Zhang, Z., Gu, B. and J.M. Smoak; 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
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.
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.
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.
Hardisty, B.E. and D.L. Cassill 2010. Memes and the Ecological Niche. Biological Theory 5:1-3.
Hardisty, B.E. and D.L. Cassill. 2010. Extending eusociality to include vertebrate family units. Biology and Philosophy 25:437-440.
Allen, S. and D.L. Cassill 2010. Skew selection theory applied: The wealth and welfare of nations. Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare 37:115-134.
Sanders, C.J., Smoak, J.M., Sanders, L.M. and S.R. Patchineelam; Organic carbon accumulation in Brazilian Mangal Sediments, Journal of South American Earth Sciences, 30, 189-192, 2010
Casper A.F., B. Dixon, J. Earls, and J.A. Gore. 2010. Ecohydrology in ungauged river basins: Constraints in the integration watershed hydrology
Sanders, C.J., Smoak, J.M., Naidu, A.S., Sanders, L.M. and S.R. Patchineelam; Organic carbon burial in a mangrove forest, margin and intertidal mud flat; sedimentation and sea level rise, Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 90, 168-172, 2010.
Waters, M.N., Piehler, M.F., Smoak, J.M. and C.S. Martens; The development and persistence of alternative ecosystem states in a large, shallow lake, Freshwater Biology, 55, 1249-1261, 2010.
Smoak, J.M.; Carbon, Nitrogen, and Phosphorus Mass Balance for the Amazon Continental Shelf. In: Carbon and Nutrient Fluxes in Continental Margins: A Global Synthesis, eds. K-K. Liu, L. Atkinson, R. Quinones and L. Talaue-McManus, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 443-449, 2010.
Sanders, C.J., Smoak, J.M., Naidu, A.S., Araripe, D.R. and S.R. Patchineelam; Mangrove forest sedimentation and its reference to sea level rise, Cananeia, Brazil, Environmental Earth Sciences, 60 (6), 1291-1301, 2010.
Sanders, C.J., Smoak, J.M., Sanders, L.M., Waters, M.N., Patchineelam, S.R. and M. E. Ketterer; Intertidal mangrove mudflat 240+239Pu signatures, confirming a 210Pb geochronology on the southeastern coast of Brazil, Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry, 283(3), 593-596, 2010.
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