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2017Tanner, K.C., Windham-Myers, L., Fleck, J.A., Tate, K.W., McCord, S.A., Linquist, B.A., 2017, The Contribution of Rice Agriculture to Methylmercury in Surface Waters: A Review of Data from the Sacramento Valley, California, Journal of Environmental Quality, 46, 133-142. [get publication]
2016Anderson, F., B. Bergamaschi, L. Windham-Myers, I. Woo, S. De La Cruz, J. Drexler, K. Byrd, K. M. Thorne, 2016, Assessing wildlife benefits and carbon storage from restored and natural tidal marsh of Nisqually River Delta: Determining marsh net ecosystem carbon balance. FactSheet3042. [get publication]
2016Anderson, F.E., Bergamaschi, B., Sturtevant, C., Knox, S., Hastings, L., Windham-Myers, L., Detto, M. Hestir, E.L., Drexler, J., Miller, R.L., Matthes, J.H., Verfaillie, J., Baldocchi, D., Snyder, R.L., Fujii, R., 2016, Variation of energy and carbon fluxes from a restored temperate freshwater wetland and implications for carbon market verification protocols: J. Geophys. Res. Biogeosci., 121. [get publication]
2016Fichot, C.G., Downing, B.D., Bergamaschi, B.A., Windham-Myers, L., Marvin-DiPasquale, M., Thompson, D.R., and Gierach, M.M., 2016, High-Resolution Remote Sensing of Water Quality in the San Francisco Bay-Delta Estuary: Environ Sci Technol, v. 50, no. 2, p. 573-583. [get publication]
2015Crooks, S., J. Callaway, L.M. Schile, J.Z. Drexler, L. Windham-Myers, and S. Deverel, 2015, Chapter7: Carbon Accounting and Greenhouse Gas Flux. In (eds. P. Hickey and L. Grenier) Bay Ecosystem Habitat Goals Update. [get publication]
2015Ewing, S. A., J. A. O’Donnell, G. R. Aiken, K. Butler, D. Butman, L. Windham-Myers, and Kanevskiy, M. Z., 2015, Long-term anoxia and release of ancient, labile carbon upon thaw of Pleistocene permafrost: Geophysical Research Letters, 42, doi:10.1002/2015GL066296.
2015He, S. , S. Malfatti1, J. Tremblay, M. Waldrop, L. Windham-Myers, F.E. Anderson, T. Glavina del Rio, S.G. Tringe. (2015). Patterns in wetland microbial community composition and functional gene repertoire associated with biogeochemical gradients and methane emissions. Am. Soc. Microbio. mBio vol. 6 no. 3 e00066-15. [get publication]
2014Bachand, P.A.M., S. Bachand, J. Fleck, F. Anderson, and L. Windham-Myers. (2014) Differentiating transpiration from evaporation in seasonal agricultural wetlands and the link to advective fluxes in the root zone. Science of the Total Environment  484, 232-248. [get publication]
2014Bachand, P.A.M., S.M. Bachand, J.A. Fleck, C.N. Alpers, M. Stephenson and L. Windham-Myers. (2014). Methylmercury production in and export from agricultural wetlands in California, USA: The need to account for physical transport processes into and out of the root zone. Science of the Total Environment 484, 249-262. [get publication]
2014Drexler, J.Z., J. Paces, C.N. Alpers, L. Windham-Myers, L. Neymark, T. Bullen, and H.E. Taylor (2014). 234U/238U and 87Sr/86Sr in Peat as Tracers of Paleosalinity in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta of California. Applied Geochemistry 40:164–179. [get publication]
2014Eagles-Smith, C.A., Ackerman, J.T., Fleck, J.A., Windham-Myers, L., McQuillen, H., and Heim, W., 2014, Wetland management strategies to decrease methylmercury bioaccumulation and loads from the Cosumnes River Preserve, California: U.S.G.S. Open-File Report 2014-1172, 42 p [get publication]
2014Marvin-DiPasquale, M., Windham-Myers, L., Agee, J.L., Kakouros, E., Kieu, L.H., Fleck, J., Alpers, C.N., and Stricker, C., 2014, Methylmercury production in sediment from agricultural and non-agricultural wetlands in the Yolo Bypass, California: Science of The Total Environment. 484, 288-299 [get publication]
2014Rothenberg, S.E., L. Windham-Myers, and J.E. Creswell. 2014. Rice Methylmercury Exposure and Mitigation: A Comprehensive Review.  Environmental Research 133:407-423. [get publication]
2014Windham-Myers L, (2014), Guest Editor Preface: Methylmercury cycling in wetlands managed for rice agriculture and wildlife: Implications for methylmercury production, transport, and bioaccumulation, Science of The Total Environment. 484, 219-220 [get publication]
2014Windham-Myers, L., Fleck, J.A., Ackerman, J.T., Marvin-DiPasquale, M., Stricker, C.A., Heim, W.A., Bachand, P.A., Eagles-Smith, C.A., Gill, G., Stephenson, M., and Alpers, C.N., 2014, Mercury cycling in agricultural and managed wetlands: a synthesis of methylmercury production, hydrologic export, and bioaccumulation from an integrated field study: Science of The Total Environment. 484, 221-231 [get publication]
2014Windham-Myers, L., Marvin-DiPasquale, M., Kakouros, E., Agee, J.L., Kieu, L.H., Stricker, C.A., Fleck, J.A., and Ackerman, J.T., 2014, Mercury cycling in agricultural and managed wetlands of California, USA - Seasonal influences of vegetation on mercury methylation, storage, and transport: Science of The Total Environment. 484, 308-318 [get publication]
2014Windham-Myers, L., Marvin-DiPasquale, M., Stricker, C.A., Agee, J.L., Kieu, L.H., and Kakouros, E., 2014, Mercury cycling in agricultural and managed wetlands of California, USA: Experimental evidence of vegetation-driven changes in sediment biogeochemistry and methylmercury production: Science of The Total Environment. 484, 300-307 [get publication]
2014Zhang, H., K.B. Moffett, L. Windham-Myers, and S.M. Gorelick. (2014). Hydrological Controls on Methylmercury Distribution and Flux in a Tidal Marsh Environmental Science and Technology. v. 48, no. 12, p. 6795-6804. [get publication]
2013Schile, L., K.B. Byrd, L. Windham-Myers, and M. Kelly. (2013) Accounting for non-photosynthetic vegetation in remote sensing based estimates of carbon flux in wetlands: Remote Sensing Letters 4(6):542-551 DOI: 10.1080/2150704X.2013.766372
2013Windham-Myers, L. (2013). Tidal Marsh Restoration: a Synthesis of Science and Management. Book Review (invited). Ecological Restoration 31: 338-339 doi: 10.3368/er.31.3.338
2013Windham-Myers, L., Ward, K., Marvin-DiPasquale, M., Agee, J.L., Kieu, L.H., and Kakouros, E., 2013, Biogeochemical Implications of Episodic Impoundment in a Restored Tidal Marsh of San Francisco Bay, California: Restoration Ecology, v. 21, no. 1, p. 124-132. [get publication]
2012Anderson, F., B. Bergamaschi, L. Windham-Myers, R. Miller, and R. Fujii. 2012. Observations of the Atmospheric Carbon Cycle in Restored Wetlands. FluxNet Newsletter 4: 17-22
2012Windham-Myers, L. and J.T. Ackerman. 2012. A Synthesis of Mercury Science to Support Methylmercury Control Studies for Delta Wetlands and Irrigated Agriculture. Report for the California State Water Board. 50 pp.
2012Windham-Myers, L. and T. Jabusch. 2012, Yolo Bypass Findings Could Help Wetland Managers Reduce the Methylmercury Problem. Pulse of the Delta, October 2012 [get publication]
2011Windham-Myers, L., K. Ward,M. Marvin-DiPasquale, J.L. Agee, L.H.Kieu, and E.Kakouros. 2011. Biogeochemical Implications of Episodic Impoundment in a Restored Tidal Marsh of San Francisco Bay, California. Restoration Ecology. [get publication]
2010Grenier, L., Marvin-DiPasquale, M., Drury, D., Hunt, J., Robinson, A., Bezalel, S., Melwani, A., Agee, J., Kakouros, E., Kieu, L., Windham-Myers, L., and Collins, J.. 2010. South Baylands Mercury Project. Cooperator Report prepared for the California State Coastal Conservancy by San Francisco Estuary Institute, U.S. Geological Survey, and Santa Clara Valley Water District, February 10, 2010, 97 p. [get publication]
2010Jones, S.A., D. Bornholdt, A. DeGange, D. Lavoie, D. Myers, R. Poore, J. Powell, J. Smith, A.B. Wade, L. Windham-Myers. 2010. USGS Long-Term Science Strategy in Response to the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill. Submitted to USGS Management in support of Council of Environmental Quality Gulf Restoration Plan
2010Windham-Myers, L, Marvin-DiPasquale, M, Fleck, J, Alpers, C N, Ackerman, J, Eagles-Smith, C, Stricker, C, Stephenson, M, Feliz, D, Gill, G, Bachand, P, Brice, A, and Kulakow, R, 2010, Methylmercury cycling, bioaccumulation, and export from agricultural and non-agricultural wetlands in the Yolo Bypass: Cooperator Final Report prepared for the State Water Resources Control Board, Prepared by U.S: Geological Survey, Calif. Dept. of Fish and Game, Moss Landing Marine Laboratory, Battelle Marine Sciences, Bachand and Associates, Yolo Foundation; September 30, 2010, 266 p. [get publication]
2010Windham-Myers, L., G. Aiken, J. Bales, B. Bekins, J. E Cloern, C. A Eagles-Smith, R. P Eganhouse, E. Kakouros, D. P. Krabbenhoft, J. R Lacy, L. G Larsen, L. Lucas, M. Marvin-DiPasquale, N. B Rybicki, A. Slowey, R. Stewart, C. Swarzenski, J. K Thompson, M. P Waldrop. Conceptual Model Framework for a Long-Term Science Plan Response to the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill. Submitted July 9, 2010
2010Windham-Myers, L., Marvin-DiPasquale, M.C. , Erikson, L., Agee, J.L., Kieu, L.H., Kakouros, E., Ward, K., 2010, Biogeochemical processes in an urban, restored wetland of San Francisco Bay, California, 2007–2009; Methods and Data for Plant, Sediment and Water Parameters: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2010-1299, 28 p. [get publication]
2009Windham-Myers, L. , Marvin-DiPasquale, M., Agee, J.L. , Cox, M.H. and Kakouros, E. 2009. Monitoring of Vegetation Characteristics for Methylmercury Production in Reference Marshes for Salt Pond Restoration in South San Francisco Bay. Final Report, The San Francisco Foundation, 18 p.
2009Windham-Myers, L., M. Marvin-DiPasquale, D.P. Krabbenhoft, J.L. Agee, M.H. Cox, P. Heredia-Middleton, C. Coates, and E. Kakouros. 2009. Experimental removal of wetland emergent vegetation leads to decreased methylmercury production in surface sediments. Journal of Geophysical Research 114, G00C05, doi:10.1029/2008JG000815 [get publication]
2008Yee, D, Collins, J, Grenier, L, Takekawa, J, Tsao-Melcer, D, Woo, I, Schwarzbach, S, Marvin-DiPasquale, M, Windham-Myers, L, Krabbenhoft, D, Olund, S, and DeWild, J, 2008, Mercury and Methylmercury Processes in North San Francisco Bay Tidal Wetland Ecosystems. CalFed ERP02D-P62 Final Report.: Submitted to California Bay-Delta Authority Ecosystem Restoration Program: SFEI Contribution #621. San Francisco Estuary Institute, v. 67. [get publication]
2007Alpers, C.N., C. Eagles-Smith, C.Foe, S. Klasing, M. Marvin-DiPasquale, D.G. Slotton, L. Windham-Myers. 2007. Mercury Conceptual Model — Delta Regional Ecosystem Restoration Implementation Plan (DRERIP). Submitted to the California Bay-Delta Authority Ecosystem Restoration Program. 65 p. [get publication]
2007Marvin-DiPasquale, M, Stewart, A R, Fisher, N S, Pickhardt, P, Mason, R P, Heyes, A, and Windham-Myers, L, 2007, Evaluation Of Mercury Transformations and Trophic Transfer in the San Francisco Bay/Delta: Identifying Critical Processes for the Ecosystem Restoration Program: Annual Report for Project # ERP-02-P40 to: the California Bay Delta Authority (CBDA, v. 39. [get publication]
2005Windham-Myers, L. 2005. Effects of plant species on surficial tidal exchanges and porewater concentrations of dissolved inorganic nitrogen in brackish tidal marsh. Biogeochemistry 75:289-304
2004Windham, L., J.S. Weis, and P. Weis. 2004. Metal dynamics of plant litter of Spartina alterniflora and Phragmites australis in metal-contaminated salt marshes. Part 1: Patterns of decomposition and metal uptake. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 23:1520-1528
2004Windham, L., M. Laska, and J. Wollenberg. 2004. Evaluating the progress of wetland restorations in urban landscapes: Case studies for assessing connectivity and function. Urban Habitats 2:140-158
2003Weis, J., L. Windham, and P. Weis. 2003. Patterns of metal accumulation in leaves of the tidal marsh plants Spartina alterniflora Loisel and Phragmites australis Cav. Trin ex Steud. over the growing season. Wetlands 23 (2): 246-250
2003Windham, L. and J. Ehrenfeld. 2003. Conflicting effects of a plant invasion on nitrogen cycling processes within brackish tidal marshes. Ecological Applications 13(4): 883-896
2003Windham, L. and L. Meyerson. 2003. Impacts of Phragmites australis expansions on nitrogen dynamics of tidal marshes. Estuaries 26 (2B): 452-464 (Invited Paper)
2003Windham, L., Weis, J. and P. Weis. 2003. Uptake and distribution of metals in two dominant salt marsh macrophytes, Spartina alterniflora (cordgrass) and Phragmites australis (common reed). Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 56:63-72
2002Weis, J.S., L. Windham and P. Weis. 2002 Growth, survival and metal content in marsh invertebrates fed diets of detritus from Spartina alterniflora Loisel and Phragmites australis Cav. Trin. Ex Steud. from metal-polluted and clean sites. Wetlands Ecology and Management 10(1): 71-84.
2002Weis, P., L. Windham, D. J. Burke and J. S. Weis. 2002. Release into the environment of metals by two vascular salt marsh plants. Marine Environmental Research. 54(3): 325-329
2001Weis, J.S.., L. Windham, C. Santiago-Bass and P. Weis. 2001. Growth, survival, and metal accumulation by marsh invertebrates fed diets of detritus from Spartina alterniflora Loisel and Phragmites australis Cav. Trin. Ex Steud from metal-contaminated and clean sites. Wetland Ecology and Management 9(1): 1-14
2001Windham, L. 2001. Comparison of biomass production and decomposition between Phragmites australis (common reed) and Spartina patens (salt hay) in brackish tidal marsh of New Jersey. Wetlands 21(2): 179-188
2001Windham, L., J. S. Weis and P. Weis. 2001. Lead uptake, distribution, and effects in two dominant salt marsh macrophytes, Spartina alterniflora (cordgrass) and Phragmites australis (common reed). Marine Pollution Bulletin 42(10): 811-816
2001Windham, L., Weis, J.S. and P. Weis. 2001. Patterns and processes of mercury (Hg) release from leaves of two dominant salt marsh plants: Spartina alterniflora (salt cordgrass) and Phragmites australis (common reed). Estuaries 24(5): 787-799
2000Meyerson, L., K. Saltonstall, L. Windham, E. Kiviat, and S. Findlay. 2000. A comparison of Phragmites australis ecology in freshwater, brackish and high salt marshes of North America. Wetland Ecology and Management 8:89-103
2000Rooth, J., and L. Windham. 2000. Phragmites on death row: Is biocontrol really warranted? Wetland Journal 12(1):29-37
2000Windham, L. 2000. Microscale spatial distribution of Phragmites australis (common reed) invasion into Spartina patens (salt hay)-dominant communities. Biological Invasions 1(2/3):137-147
1999Windham, L. and R. Lathrop. 1999. Effects of Phragmites australis (common reed) invasion on aboveground biomass and soil properties in brackish tidal marsh. Estuaries 22(4): 927-935
1999Windham, L. and T. Breden. 1999. A GIS-based threat analysis of Helonias bulatta (swamp-pink) populations of the Big Timber Creek watershed, New Jersey. Bartonia 60:37-48