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Finney, T.E., Gedan, K.B., and C.B. Fenster. 2016. Allocation patterns contribute to the distributional limits of a flood tolerant ecotype of Chamaecrista fasciculata. Aquatic Botany 34: 31-38. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0304377016300687
Aslan, C.E., Bronstein, J.R., Rogers, H.S., Gedan, K.B., Brodie, J., Palmer, T.M., and T.P. Young. 2016. Leveraging nature’s backup plans to incorporate interspecific interactions and resilience into restoration. Restoration Ecology. doi: 10.1111/rec.12346 http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/rec.12346/full
Aslan, C.E., Sikes, B.A., and K.B. Gedan. 2015. Research on mutualisms between native and non-native partners can contribute to critical ecological insights. Neobiota 26:39-54. http://neobiota.pensoft.net/articles.php?id=5722
Altieri, A.H. and K.B. Gedan. 2015. Climate change and the expansion of dead zones. Global Change Biology 21:1395-1406. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/gcb.12754/full
Gedan, K.B., Rick, T.C., Grossinger, R.M., and D.L. Breitburg. 2015. Historical Information for Ecological Restoration in Estuaries and Coastal Ecosystems. In Marine Historical Ecology in Conservation: Applying the Past to Manage for the Future. Eds. Kittinger, J., McClenachan, L., Gedan, K.B., and L.K. Blight. UC Press.
Gedan, K.B., Breitburg, D.L., and L. Kellogg. 2014. Accounting for multiple foundation species in restoration benefits. Restoration Ecology 22:517–524. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/rec.12107/full
Silliman, B., Mozdzer, T., Angelini, C., Brundage, J., Bakker, J., Esselink, P., Gedan, K., von de Koppel, J., and A. Baldwin. 2014. Livestock as a potential biological control agent for an invasive wetland plant. PeerJ 2:e567. http://dx.doi.org/10.7717/peerj.567
van Wesenbeeck, B. K., Griffin, J. N. , van Koningsveld, M., Gedan, K.B., McCoy, M., andB.R. Silliman. 2013. Nature-based coastal defenses: can biodiversity help? In Encyclopedia of Biodiversity. Ed. S. Levin. Elsevier.
Gedan, K.B., Altieri, A.H., and M.D. Bertness. 2011. Uncertain future of New England salt marshes. Marine Ecology Progress Series 434:229-237.
Gedan, K.B., Bernhardt, J., Bertness, M.D., and H.M. Leslie. 2011. Substrate size mediates thermal stress in the rocky intertidal. Ecology 92:576–582.
Gedan, K.B., Kirwan, M. L., Wolanski, E., Barbier, E.B., and B. R. Silliman. 2011. The present and future role of coastal wetland vegetation in protecting shorelines: Answering recent challenges to the paradigm. Climatic Change 106:7-29.
Gedan, K.B. and Bertness, M.D. 2010. How will warming affect the salt marsh foundation species Spartina patens and its ecological role? Oecologia 164:479-487.
Brandt, L., Bromberg Gedan, K. and E. Garcia. 2010. Disturbance type determines occupancy of a New England high marsh by sand fiddler crabs (Uca pugilator) and ants (Tetramorium caespitum and Formica subsericea). Northeastern Naturalist 17:103-114.
Holdredge, C., Bertness, M.D., Herrmann, N.C. and K.B. Gedan. 2010. Fiddler crab control of cordgrass primary production in sandy sediments. Marine Ecology Progress Series 399: 253-259.
Gedan, K.B. and M.D. Bertness. 2009. Experimental warming causes rapid loss of plant diversity in New England salt marshes. Ecology Letters 12: 842-848.
Gedan, K.B. and B.R. Silliman. 2009. Using facilitation theory to enhance mangrove restoration. Ambio 38: 109.
Bromberg Gedan, K., Crain, C.M. and M.D. Bertness. 2009. Small mammal herbivore control of secondary succession in New England tidal marshes. Ecology 90: 430-440.
Bromberg Gedan, K., Silliman, B.R. and M.D. Bertness. 2009. Centuries of human-driven change in salt marsh ecosystems. Annual Reviews of Marine Science 1: 117-141.
Bromberg Gedan, K. and B.R. Silliman. 2009. Patterns of salt marsh loss within coastal regions of North America: pre-settlement to today. In Human Impacts on Salt Marshes: A Global Perspective. Eds. Silliman, B.R., Grosholz, E.D., and M.D. Bertness. UC Press.
Crain, C.M., Bromberg Gedan, K., and M. Dionne. 2009. Hydrologic alteration of New England tidal marshes by mosquito ditching and tidal restriction. In Human Impacts on Salt Marshes: A Global Perspective. Eds. Silliman, B.R., Grosholz, E.D., and M.D. Bertness. UC Press.
Bromberg, K.D. and M.D. Bertness. 2005. Reconstructing New England salt marsh losses using historical maps. Estuaries 28: 823-832.
Bruno, J.F., Fridley, J.D., Bromberg, K.D., and M.D. Bertness. 2005. Insights into biotic interactions from studies of species invasions. in Species Invasions: Insights into Ecology, Evolution, and Biogeography. Eds. Sax, D.F., Stachowicz, J.J., and S.D. Gaines. Sinauer.
Coley, P.D., Lokvam, J. Rudolph, K., Bromberg, K., Sackett, T.E., Wright, L., Brenes-Arguedas, T., Dvorett, D., Ring, S., Clark, A., Baptiste, C., Pennington, R.T., and T.A. Kursar. 2005. Divergent defensive strategies of young leaves in two species of Inga. Ecology 86: 2633-2643.