Alexander S. Kolker
Alexander S. Kolker
Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium
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Anthropogenic and climate-change impacts on salt marshes of Jamaica Bay, New York City
EK Hartig, V Gornitz, A Kolker, F Mushacke, D Fallon
Wetlands 22 (1), 71-89, 2002
An evaluation of subsidence rates and sea‐level variability in the northern Gulf of Mexico
AS Kolker, MA Allison, S Hameed
Geophysical Research Letters 38 (21), 2011
High-resolution records of the response of coastal wetland systems to long-term and short-term sea-level variability
AS Kolker, SL Goodbred Jr, S Hameed, JK Cochran
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 84 (4), 493-508, 2009
Saltmarsh pool and tidal creek morphodynamics: Dynamic equilibrium of northern latitude saltmarshes?
CA Wilson, ZJ Hughes, DM FitzGerald, CS Hopkinson, V Valentine, ...
Geomorphology 213, 99-115, 2014
Sources of terrestrial organic carbon in the Mississippi plume region: Evidence for the importance of coastal marsh inputs
TS Bianchi, LA Wysocki, KM Schreiner, TR Filley, DR Corbett, AS Kolker
Aquatic Geochemistry 17 (4), 431-456, 2011
Concentrations and sources of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in surface coastal sediments of the northern Gulf of Mexico
Z Wang, Z Liu, K Xu, LM Mayer, Z Zhang, AS Kolker, W Wu
Geochemical transactions 15 (1), 1-12, 2014
Depositional dynamics in a river diversion receiving basin: The case of the West Bay Mississippi River Diversion
AS Kolker, MD Miner, HD Weathers
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 106, 1-12, 2012
River discharge influences on particulate organic carbon age structure in the Mississippi/Atchafalaya River System
BE Rosenheim, KM Roe, BJ Roberts, AS Kolker, MA Allison, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 27 (1), 154-166, 2013
Impacts of diverted freshwater on dissolved organic matter and microbial communities in Barataria Bay, Louisiana, USA
TS Bianchi, RL Cook, EM Perdue, PE Kolic, N Green, Y Zhang, RW Smith, ...
Marine environmental research 72 (5), 248-257, 2011
Meteorologically driven trends in sea level rise
AS Kolker, S Hameed
Geophysical Research Letters 34 (23), 2007
Interplay between river discharge and tides in a delta distributary
N Leonardi, AS Kolker, S Fagherazzi
Advances in Water Resources 80, 69-78, 2015
Hydrodynamic and geomorphic controls on mouth bar evolution
CR Esposito, IY Georgiou, AS Kolker
Geophysical Research Letters 40 (8), 1540-1545, 2013
Pathways and processes associated with the transport of groundwater in deltaic systems
AS Kolker, JE Cable, KH Johannesson, MA Allison, LV Inniss
Journal of Hydrology 498, 319-334, 2013
Optimizing sediment diversion operations: working group recommendations for integrating complex ecological and social landscape interactions
NS Peyronnin, RH Caffey, JH Cowan, D Justic, AS Kolker, SB Laska, ...
Water 9 (6), 368, 2017
2.1. Site-Specific Scenarios for Wetlands Accretion as Sea Level Rises in the Mid-Atlantic Region
DJ Reed, DA Bishara, DR Cahoon, J Donnelly, M Kearney, AS Kolker, ...
EPA 430R07004. US EPA, Washington, DC, 2008
Global climate changes recorded in coastal wetland sediments: empirical observations linked to theoretical predictions
AS Kolker, ML Kirwan, SL Goodbred, JK Cochran
Geophysical Research Letters 37 (14), 2010
Coastal wetland sustainability
DR Cahoon, DJ Reed, AS Kolker, MM Brinson, JC Stevenson, S Riggs, ...
Coastal sensitivity to sea-level rise: a focus on the mid-Atlantic region, 57-72, 2009
The declining role of organic matter in New England salt marshes
JC Carey, SB Moran, RP Kelly, AS Kolker, RW Fulweiler
Estuaries and Coasts 40 (3), 626-639, 2017
Arsenic, vanadium, iron, and manganese biogeochemistry in a deltaic wetland, southern Louisiana, USA
K Telfeyan, A Breaux, J Kim, JE Cable, AS Kolker, DA Grimm, ...
Marine Chemistry 192, 32-48, 2017
Composition and depth distribution of hydrocarbons in Barataria Bay marsh sediments after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill
ZD Kırman, JL Sericano, TL Wade, TS Bianchi, F Marcantonio, AS Kolker
Environmental Pollution 214, 101-113, 2016
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