D.    Coastal Marsh Ecology

 

Copies of these and other published papers can be obtained from https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Thomas_Michot/publications.


1.    Howard, Rebecca J., Christopher J. Wells, Thomas C. Michot, and Darren J. Johnson.  2014. Effects of disturbance associated with seismic exploration for oil and gas reserves in coastal marshes. Environmental Management 54(1):30-50.

2.    Broussard III WP, K Smith, J DeRouen, M McClure, TC Michot. 2014. Coastal Community Resilience Studio: transdisciplinary collaboration to solve transdisciplinary problems. Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture. Proceedings of the 4th Biennial Subtropical Cities Conference: pages 243-252. 


3.    Burcham, Angela K., Joy H. Merino, Thomas C. Michot, and John A. Nyman. 2012.  Arbuscular mycorrhizae occur in common Spartina species. Gulf of Mexico Science 30:14-19.

4.    Howard, R.J., Michot, T.C., and Allain, Larry. 2011. Vegetation of Lacassine National Wildlife Refuge, Louisiana—Recent plant communities with comparison to a three-decade-old survey. U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2011–5174. 16 p. 


5.    Merino, J. H., J. A. Nyman, and T. C. Michot.  2005.  Effects of season and marsh management on submerged aquatic vegetation in coastal Louisiana brackish marsh ponds.  Ecological Restoration 23(4):235-243.

6.    Michot, T. C., C. J. Wells, and R. S. Kemmerer.  2004. Spatial and temporal distribution of coastal marsh dieback in Louisiana, 2000 - 2002, as determined from aerial surveys.  U.S.G.S. - National Wetlands Research Center, Final Report to Louisiana Department of Natural Resources, Task # 3.8. 

7.    Michot, Thomas C., R. Scott Kemmerer, and Jeremy J. Reiser. 2004.  Plant and Soil Characterizations in a Spartina alterniflora Saltmarsh Experiencing Dieback in Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana, USA. U.S.G.S. - National Wetlands Research Center, Final Report to Louisiana Department of Natural Resources, Task # 2.4.

8.    Swarzenski, C. M., B. Perez, R. Gambrell, S. Faulkner, T. C. Michot, and D. R. Cahoon.  2004.  A field investigation into causes and potential consequences of widespread salt marsh dieback in coastal Louisiana in 2000. U.S.G.S., Water Resources, Draft Report to Louisiana Department of Natural Resources, Task # 2.3.

9.    Thomas C.  Michot, R. Scott Kemmerer.  2004.  Plant and Soil Characterizations in a Spartina alterniflora Saltmarsh Experiencing Dieback in Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana, USA. Marsh Dieback Symposium, LSU, Baton Rouge, January 15-16, 2004 (abstract).

10.    Thomas C.  Michot, Christopher J. Wells, R. Scott Kemmerer.  2004.  Spatial and Temporal Distribution of Coastal Marsh Dieback in Louisiana, 2000 - 2002, as Determined from Aerial Surveys.  Marsh Dieback Symposium, LSU, Baton Rouge, January 15-16, 2004.  (abstract).

11.    Thomas C.  Michot, R. Scott Kemmerer.  2004.  Plant and Soil Characterizations in a Spartina alterniflora Saltmarsh Experiencing Dieback in Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana, USA. Marsh Dieback Workshop, February 3-4, 2004, Savannah, Georgia.  (abstract). 

12.    Thomas C.  Michot , Christopher J. Wells, R. Scott Kemmerer.  2004.  Spatial and Temporal Distribution of Coastal Marsh Dieback in Louisiana, 2000 - 2002, as Determined from Aerial Surveys.  Marsh Dieback Workshop, February 3-4, 2004, Savannah, Georgia.  (abstract).

13.    Michot T.C., Ford M.A., Rafferty P.S., Kemmerer S., Olney T. 2001. Characterization of plants and soils in a Spartina alterniflora salt marsh Experiencing “Brown Marsh” dieback in Terrrebone Parish, Louisiana. In: Stewart R.E.J., Proffit C.E., Charron T.M. (eds) Abstracts from “Coastal Marsh Dieback in the Northern Gulf of Mexico: Extent Causes, Consequences and Remedies.” U.S. Geological Survey, Biological Resources Division, pp 15-16.

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