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Richard A. MacKenzie
Richard A. MacKenzie
USDA Forest Service
E-mail megerősítve itt: usda.gov
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Impacts of climate change on mangrove ecosystems: a region by region overview
RD Ward, DA Friess, RH Day, RA Mackenzie
Ecosystem Health and sustainability 2 (4), e01211, 2016
5032016
Whole-island carbon stocks in the tropical Pacific: Implications for mangrove conservation and upland restoration
DC Donato, JB Kauffman, RA Mackenzie, A Ainsworth, AZ Pfleeger
Journal of environmental management 97, 89-96, 2012
2192012
Global patterns and drivers of ecosystem functioning in rivers and riparian zones
SD Tiegs, DM Costello, MW Isken, G Woodward, PB McIntyre, ...
Science Advances 5 (1), eaav0486, 2019
1632019
Total ecosystem carbon stocks of mangroves across broad global environmental and physical gradients
JB Kauffman, MF Adame, VB Arifanti, LM Schile‐Beers, AF Bernardino, ...
Ecological Monographs 90 (2), e01405, 2020
1622020
Carbon stocks in artificially and naturally regenerated mangrove ecosystems in the Mekong Delta
VN Nam, SD Sasmito, D Murdiyarso, J Purbopuspito, RA MacKenzie
Wetlands ecology and management 24, 231-244, 2016
1342016
Bioavailability and export of dissolved organic matter from a tropical river during base‐and stormflow conditions
TN Wiegner, RL Tubal, RA MacKenzie
Limnology and Oceanography 54 (4), 1233-1242, 2009
1222009
Climate driven changes to rainfall and streamflow patterns in a model tropical island hydrological system
AM Strauch, RA MacKenzie, CP Giardina, GL Bruland
Journal of Hydrology 523, 160-169, 2015
842015
Beryllium-7 as a tracer of short-term sediment deposition and resuspension in the Fox River, Wisconsin
SA Fitzgerald, JV Klump, PW Swarzenski, RA Mackenzie, KD Richards
Environmental Science & Technology 35 (2), 300-305, 2001
842001
Sedimentation and belowground carbon accumulation rates in mangrove forests that differ in diversity and land use: a tale of two mangroves
RA MacKenzie, PB Foulk, JV Klump, K Weckerly, J Purbospito, ...
Wetlands Ecology and Management 24, 245-261, 2016
792016
The impacts of degradation, deforestation and restoration on mangrove ecosystem carbon stocks across Cambodia
S Sharma, RA MacKenzie, T Tieng, K Soben, N Tulyasuwan, A Resanond, ...
Science of the Total Environment 706, 135416, 2020
782020
Impacts of land use on Indian mangrove forest carbon stocks: Implications for conservation and management
RK Bhomia, RA MacKenzie, D Murdiyarso, SD Sasmito, J Purbopuspito
Ecological Applications 26 (5), 1396-1408, 2016
752016
Temporal and spatial patterns of insect emergence from a Lake Michigan coastal wetland
RA MacKenzie, JL Kaster
Wetlands 24 (3), 688-700, 2004
732004
Habitat heterogeneity: importance of salt marsh pools and high marsh surfaces to fish production in two Gulf of Maine salt marshes
RA MacKenzie, M Dionne
Marine Ecology Progress Series 368, 217-230, 2008
702008
Biodiversity and ecosystem risks arising from using guppies to control mosquitoes
RW El-Sabaawi, TC Frauendorf, PS Marques, RA Mackenzie, LR Manna, ...
Biology letters 12 (10), 20160590, 2016
582016
Effects of hydrological forcing on the structure of a tropical estuarine food web
TB Atwood, TN Wiegner, RA MacKenzie
Oikos 121 (2), 277-289, 2012
562012
A comparison of the vegetation and soils of natural, restored, and created coastal lowland wetlands in Hawai ‘i
M Bantilan-Smith, GL Bruland, RA MacKenzie, AR Henry, CR Ryder
Wetlands 29, 1023-1035, 2009
542009
Differences in ecological structure, function, and native species abundance between native and invaded Hawaiian streams
TM Holitzki, RA MacKenzie, TN Wiegner, KJ McDermid
Ecological Applications 23 (6), 1367-1383, 2013
522013
Spatial and temporal patterns in insect emergence from a southern Maine salt marsh
RRDA MacKENZIE
The American Midland Naturalist 153 (2), 257-269, 2005
512005
Climate change and land use drivers of fecal bacteria in tropical Hawaiian rivers
AM Strauch, RA Mackenzie, GL Bruland, R Tingley III, CP Giardina
Journal of environmental quality 43 (4), 1475-1483, 2014
452014
Non‐native mangroves support carbon storage, sediment carbon burial, and accretion of coastal ecosystems
FM Soper, RA MacKenzie, S Sharma, TG Cole, CM Litton, JP Sparks
Global Change Biology 25 (12), 4315-4326, 2019
442019
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