Publications

(15.) Johnson, D.S. 2014. Fiddler on the Roof: A northern range extension for the marsh fiddler crab Uca pugnax. Journal of Crustacean Biology.

(14.)  Deegan, L.A., D.S. Johnson, R.S. Warren, B. Peterson, J.W. Fleeger, S. Fagherazzi, and W. Wollheim.  2012. Coastal eutrophication as a driver of marsh loss. Nature 490:388-392.

(13.)  Johnson, D.S. and M. Short.  2013. Chronic nutrient enrichment increases the density and biomass of the mudsnail Nassarius obsoletusEstuaries and Coasts 

(12.) Pascal, P-Y, J.W. Fleeger, H.T.S. Boshker, H. Mitwally and D.S. Johnson. 2013.  Response of the benthic food web to short- and long-term nutrient enrichment in saltmarsh mudflats.  Marine Ecology Progress Series Vol 474:27-41.

(11.) Fagherazzi S., D.M. FitzGerald D.M., R.W Fulweiler, Z. Hughes, P.L. Wiberg, K.J. McGlathery, J.T. Morris, T.J. Tolhurst, L.A. Deegan, and D.S. JohnsonIn press 2011  Ecogeomorphology of Tidal Flats, Treatise on Geomorphology, Volume 12 Ecogeomorphology. Editors: Butler D., Hupp C., Executive Editor: Shroder J. Elsevier

(10.) Fagherazzi S., D.M. FitzGerald D.M., R.W Fulweiler, Z. Hughes, P.L. Wiberg, K.J. McGlathery, J.T. Morris, T.J. Tolhurst, L.A. Deegan, and D.S. JohnsonIn press2011Ecogeomorphology of Salt Marshes, Treatise on Geomorphology, Volume 12 Ecogeomorphology. Editors: Butler D., Hupp C., Executive Editor: Shroder J. Elsevier

(9.) Galván, K., J.W. Fleeger, B.J. Peterson, D. Drake, L.A. Deegan, and D.S. Johnson. 2011.  Natural stable isotopes and dual isotope tracer additions help to resolve resources supporting a saltmarsh food web.  Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 410:1-11.

(8.)  Johnson, D.S.  2011. High marsh invertebrates are susceptible to eutrophication. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 438:142-153.
(7.) Fleeger, J.W., D.S. Johnson, K. R. Carman, P. B. Weisenhorn, A. Gabriele, D. Thistle, and J.P. Barry. 2010. The response of nematodes to deep-sea CO2 sequestration: a quantile regression approach. Deep-sea Research I 57:696-707.(6.) Johnson, D.S., and J.W. Fleeger.  2009.  Weak response of saltmarsh infauna to ecosystem-wide nutrient enrichment and fish predator reduction: A four-year study. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 373:35-44.(5.) Johnson, D.S., J.W. Fleeger and L.A. Deegan.  2009. Large-scale manipulations reveal that top-down and bottom-up controls interact to alter habitat utilization by saltmarsh fauna. Marine Ecology Progress Series377:33-41.(4.) Johnson, D.S., and B. J. Jessen.  2008. Do spur-throated grasshoppers, Melanoplus spp. (Orthoptera: Acrididae), exert top-down control on smooth cordgrass Spartina alterniflora in northern New England? Estuaries and Coasts 31:912-919.(3.) Fleeger, J.W. D.S. Johnson, K. A. Galván, and L. A. Deegan. 2008. Top-down and bottom-up control of infauna varies across the saltmarsh landscape. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology.  357:20-34.

(2.) Deegan, L.A., J.L. Bowen, D. Drake, J.W. Fleeger, C.T. Friedrichs, K.A. Galván, J.E. Hobbie, C. Hopkinson, J.M. Johnson, D.S. Johnson, L.E. Lemay, E. Miller, B.J. Peterson, C. Picard, S. Sheldon, J. Vallino, and R.S. Warren. 2007.   Susceptibility of salt marshes to nutrient enrichment and predator removal. Ecological Applications. 17(5):S42-S63.

(1.) Johnson, D.S., J.W. Fleeger, K.A. Galván, and E.B. Moser.  2007.  Worm holes and their space-time continuum: Spatial and temporal variability of macroinfaunal annelids in a northern New England salt marsh. Estuaries and Coasts. 30 (2): 226-237.

Dissertation:

Johnson, D.S.  2008.  Trophic Control of Saltmarsh Invertebrates. Ph.D. Dissertation, Louisiana State University.  Advisor:  Dr. John Fleeger.

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