Copies of these and other published papers can be obtained from
1. Osland, Michael J., Richard H. Day, and Thomas C. Michot. 2020. Frequency of extreme freeze events controls the distribution and structure of black mangroves (Avicennia germinans) near their northern range limit in coastal Louisiana. Diversity and Distributions (submitted).
2. Doyle, T.W., Day, R.H., and Michot, T.C. 2010. Development of sea level rise scenarios for climate change assessments of the Mekong Delta, Vietnam. U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2010–1165. 110 p.
3. Michot, Thomas C., Richard H. Day, and Christopher J. Wells. 2010. Increase in black mangrove abundance in coastal Louisiana. Louisiana Natural Resources News (Newsletter of the La. Assoc. of Professional Biologists), January 2010:4-5.
4. Doyle, T. W., T. C. Michot, R. Day, and C. Wells. 2002. History and ecology of mangroves in the Dry Tortugas. USGS Fact Sheet FS-047-02.
5. Doyle, T. W., T. C. Michot, R. Day, and C. Wells. 2001. History of mangrove and frigatebird colonization in the Dry Tortugas, Florida. Park Science 21:20-24.