Keryn Gedan
Keryn Gedan
Assistant Professor of Biology, George Washington University
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The present and future role of coastal wetland vegetation in protecting shorelines: answering recent challenges to the paradigm
KB Gedan, ML Kirwan, E Wolanski, EB Barbier, BR Silliman
Climatic change 106 (1), 7-29, 2011
Centuries of human-driven change in salt marsh ecosystems
KB Gedan, BR Silliman, MD Bertness
Annual review of marine science 1, 117-141, 2009
Climate change and dead zones
AH Altieri, KB Gedan
Global change biology 21 (4), 1395-1406, 2015
Reconstructing New England salt marsh losses using historical maps
KD Bromberg, MD Bertness
Estuaries 28 (6), 823-832, 2005
Experimental warming causes rapid loss of plant diversity in New England salt marshes
KB Gedan, MD Bertness
Ecology Letters 12 (8), 842-848, 2009
Uncertain future of New England salt marshes
KB Gedan, AH Altieri, MD Bertness
Marine Ecology Progress Series 434, 229-237, 2011
How will warming affect the salt marsh foundation species Spartina patens and its ecological role?
KB Gedan, MD Bertness
Oecologia 164 (2), 479-487, 2010
Sea-level driven land conversion and the formation of ghost forests
ML Kirwan, KB Gedan
Nature Climate Change 9 (6), 450-457, 2019
Marine historical ecology in conservation: Applying the past to manage for the future
JN Kittinger, L McClenachan, KB Gedan, LK Blight
Univ of California Press, 2015
Substrate size mediates thermal stress in the rocky intertidal
KB Gedan, J Bernhardt, MD Bertness, HM Leslie
Ecology 92 (3), 576-582, 2011
The invisible flood: The chemistry, ecology, and social implications of coastal saltwater intrusion
K Tully, K Gedan, R Epanchin-Niell, A Strong, ES Bernhardt, T BenDor, ...
BioScience 69 (5), 368-378, 2019
Small‐mammal herbivore control of secondary succession in New England tidal marshes
KB Gedan, CM Crain, MD Bertness
Ecology 90 (2), 430-440, 2009
Fiddler crab control of cordgrass primary production in sandy sediments
C Holdredge, MD Bertness, NC Herrmann, KB Gedan
Marine Ecology Progress Series 399, 253-259, 2010
Accounting for multiple foundation species in oyster reef restoration benefits
KB Gedan, L Kellogg, DL Breitburg
Restoration ecology 22 (4), 517-524, 2014
Tidal restrictions and mosquito ditching in New England marshes
CM Crain, KB Gedan, M Dionne
Human impacts on salt marshes: a global perspective, 149-69, 2009
Patterns of salt marsh loss within coastal regions of North America: Presettlement to present
KB Gedan, BR Silliman
Human impacts on salt marshes: a global perspective, 253-266, 2009
Using facilitation theory to enhance mangrove restoration
KB Gedan, BR Silliman
AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment 38 (2), 109-109, 2009
Livestock as a potential biological control agent for an invasive wetland plant
BR Silliman, T Mozdzer, C Angelini, JE Brundage, P Esselink, JP Bakker, ...
PeerJ 2, e567, 2014
Salt marsh migration into salinized agricultural fields: A novel assembly of plant communities
K Gedan, E Fernández‐Pascual
Journal of Vegetation Science 30 (5), 1007-1016, 2019
Nature-based coastal defenses: can biodiversity help
BK Van Wesenbeeck, JN Griffin, M van Koningsveld, KB Gedan, ...
Encycl Biodivers 5, 451-458, 2013
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