Publications (as of October 2015)

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    50. Yuan, J., M.J. Cohen, D.A. Kaplan, S. Acharya, L.G. Larsen and M.K. Nungesser. 2015. Linking metrics of landscape pattern to hydrological process in a lotic wetland. Landscape Ecology 30:1893-1912

    49. Mushet, D.M., A.J.K. Calhoun, L.C. Alexander, M.J. Cohen, E.S. DeKeyser, L. Fowler, C.R. Lane, M.W. Lang, M.C. Rains, and S.C. Walls. 2015. Geographically Isolated Wetlands: Rethinking a Misnomer. Wetlands 35:423-431.

    48. Marton, J.M., I.F. Creed, D.B. Lewis, C.R. Lane, N.B. Basu, M.J. Cohen and C.B. Craft. 2015. Geographically isolated wetlands are important biogeochemical reactors in the landscape. BioScience 65:408-418.

    47. Acharya, S.p, D.A. Kaplan, S. Casey, M.J. Cohen and J.W. Jawitz. 2015. Coupled local facilitation and global hydrologic inhibition drive landscape geometry in a patterned peatland. Hydrologic and Earth System Science 19:2133-2144.

    46. Kurz, M.J., V. de Montety, J.B. Martin, M.J. Cohen and R.T. Hensley. 2015. Diffusion and seepage-driven element fluxes from the hyporheic zone of a karst river. Freshwater Science 34:206-221.

    45. Hensley, R.T., M.J. Cohen, and L.V. Korhnak. 2015. Hydraulic effect on nitrogen removal in a tidal spring-fed river. Water Resources Research 51:1443-1456.

    44. Watts, A.C., D.L. Watts, M.J. Cohen, J.B. Heffernan, D.L. McLaughlin, J.B. Martin, D.A. Kaplan, T.Z. Osborne and L. Kobziar. 2014. Evidence of biogeomorphic pattering in a low-relief karst landscape. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 39:2027-2037n.

    43. Nifong, R.L., M.J. Cohen and W.P. Cropper. 2014. Homeostasis and nutrient limitation of benthic autotrophs in natural chemostats. Limnology and Oceanography 59:2101-2111.

    42. Liebowitz, D.M., M.J. Cohen, J.B. Heffernan, L.V. Korhnak and T.K. Frazer. 2014. Environmentally-mediated consumer control of algal proliferation in Florida springs. Freshwater Biology 59:2009-2023.

    41. McLaughlin, D.L., D.A. Kaplan and M.J. Cohen. 2014. A significant nexus: Geographically isolated wetland influence landscape hydrology. Water Resources Research 50:7153-7166.

    40. McLaughlin, D.L, M.L.C. Mazur, D.A. Kaplan and M.J. Cohen. 2014. Estimating effective specific yield in inundated conditions: a comment on a recent application. Ecohydrology 7:1245-1247.

    39. Hensley, R.T., M.J. Cohen, and L.V. Korhnak. 2014. Inferring nitrogen removal in large rivers from high resolution longitudinal profiling. Limnology and Oceanography 59:1152-1170.

    38. King, S.A., J.B. Heffernan and M.J. Cohen. 2014. Nutrient flux, uptake and autotrophic limitation in streams and rivers. Freshwater Science 33:85-98.

    37. McLaughlin, D.L., and M.J. Cohen. 2014. Ecosystem specific yield for estimating evapotranspiration and groundwater exchange from diel surface water variation. Hydological Processes 28:1495-1506.

    36. Cohen, M.J., M.J. Kurz, J.B. Heffernan, J.B. Martin, R.L. Douglass, C.R. Foster, and R.G. Thomas. 2013. Diel phosphorus variation and the stoichiometry of ecosystem metabolism in a large spring-fed river. Ecological Monographs 83:155-176.

    35. Deimeke, E., M.J. Cohen, and K.C. Reiss. 2013. Temporal stability of vegetation indicators of wetland condition. Ecological Indicators 34:69-75.

    34. Heffernan, J.B., D.L. Watts, and M.J. Cohen. 2013. Discharge competence and pattern formation in peatlands: A metaecosystem model of the Everglades ridge-slough landscape. PLoS ONE 8(5): e64174. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0064174.

    33. Kurz, M.J., V. de Montety, J.B. Martin, M.J. Cohen, and C.R. Foster. 2013. Controls on diel metal cycles in a biologically productive carbonate-dominated river. Chemical Geology 358:61-74.

    32. McLaughlin, D.L., and M.J. Cohen. 2013. Realizing ecosystem services: Wetland hydrologic function along a gradient of ecological condition. Ecological Applications 23:1619-1631.

    31. McLaughlin, D.L., D.A. Kaplan, and M.J. Cohen. 2013. Managing forests for increased regional water yield in the southeastern U.S. coastal plain. The Journal of the American Water Resources Association 49:953-965.

    30. Cohen, M.J., J.B. Heffernan, A. Albertin and J.B. Martin. 2012. Inference of riverine nitrogen processing from longitudinal and diel variation in dual nitrate isotopes. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences 117:G01021.

    29. Hensley, R.T., and M.J. Cohen. 2012. Controls on solute transport in large spring-fed rivers. Limnology and Oceanography 57:912-924.

    28. Kaplan, D.A., R. Paudel, M.J. Cohen and J.W. Jawitz. 2012. Orientation matters: Patch anisotropy controls discharge competence and hydroperiod in a patterned peatland. Geophysical Research Letters 39:L17401.

    27. Liebenow, D.K., M.J. Cohen, T. Gumbricht, K.D. Shepherd and G. Shepherd. 2012. Do ecosystem services influence household wealth in rural Mali? Ecological Economics 82:33-44

    26. Heffernan, J.B., A.R. Albertin, M.L. Fork, B.G. Katz and M.J. Cohen. 2012. Denitrification and inference of nitrogen sources in the karstic Floridan Aquifer. Biogeosciences 9:1671-1690.

    25. McLaughlin, D.L., and M.J. Cohen. 2011. Thermal artifacts in measurements of fine scale water level variation. Water Resources Research 47:W09601.

    24. McLaughlin, D.L., M.T. Brown and M.J. Cohen. 2011. The Ecohydrology of a pioneer wetland species and a drastically altered landscape. Ecohydrology 5:656-667.

    23. De Montety, V., J.B. Martin, M.J. Cohen, C. Foster and M.J. Kurz. 2011. Influence of diel biogeochemical cycles on carbonate equilibrium in a karst river. Chemical Geology 283:31-43.

    22. Cohen, M.J., D.L. Watts, J.B. Heffernan and T.Z. Osborne. 2011. Reciprocal biotic control on hydrology, nutrient gradients and landform in the Greater Everglades. Critical Reviews in Environmental Sciences 35:392-409.

    21. Osborne, T.Z., S. Newman, P.I. Kalla, G.L. Bruland, M.J. Cohen, L.J. Scinto and L.R. Ellis. 2011. Landscape patterns of significant soil nutrients and contaminants in the Greater Everglades ecosystem: Past, present and future. Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology 41:121-148.

    20. Watts, D.L., M.J. Cohen, J.B. Heffernan, and T.Z. Osborne. 2010. Hydrologic modification and loss of self-organized patterning in the Everglades ridge-slough mosaic. Ecosystems 13:813-827.

    19. Heffernan, J.B., and M.J. Cohen. 2010. Direct and indirect coupling of primary production and diel nitrate dynamics in a sub-tropical spring fed river. Limnology and Oceanography 55:677-688.

    18. Heffernan, J.B., D.M. Liebowitz, T.K. Frazer, J.M. Evans and M.J. Cohen. 2010. Algal blooms and the nitrogen-enrichment hypothesis in Florida springs: Evidence, alternatives and adaptive management. Ecological Applications 20:816-829.

    17. Heffernan, J.B., M.J. Cohen, T.K. Frazer, R.G. Thomas, T.J. Rayfield, J. Gulley, J.B. Martin, J.J. Delfino and W.D. Graham. 2010. Hydrologic and biotic influences on nitrate removal in a subtropical spring-fed river. Limnology and Oceanography 55:249-263.

    16. Brown, M.T., M.J. Cohen and S. Sweeney. 2009. Predicting national sustainability: The convergence of energetic, economic and environmental realities. Ecological Modelling 220:3424-3438.

    15. Krediet, C.J., K.B. Ritchie, M.J. Cohen, E.K. Lipp, K. Patterson-Sutherland and M. Teplitski. 2009. Utilization of mucus from the Coral Acropora palmate by the pathogen Serratia marcescens and by environmental and coral commensal bacteria. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 75:3851-3858.

    14. Evans, J.M.p and M.J. Cohen. 2009. Regional water resource implication of bioethanol production in the Southeastern United States. Global Change Biology 15:2261-2273.

    13. Fraulo A., M.J. Cohen and O. Liburd. 2009. Visible/near infrared reflectance (VNIR) spectroscopy for detecting two-spotted spider mite (Acari: Tetranychidae) damage in strawberries. Environmental Entomology 38:137-142.

    12. Cohen, M.J., S. Lamsal, T.Z. Osborne, J.C. Bonzongo, K.R. Reddy and S. Newman. 2009. Soil total mercury concentrations across the Greater Everglades. Soil. Sci. Soc. Am. J. 73:675-685.

    11. Romanelli, T., M.J. Cohen, M. Milan and M.T. Brown. 2008. Emergy synthesis of intensive eucalyptus cultivation in Sao Paolo, Brazil. Forest Science 54:228-241.

    10. Cohen, M.J., E.J. Dunne and G.L. Bruland. 2008. Spatial structure of isolated forested wetland soils and implications for sampling design and condition assessment. Wetlands 28:34-49.

    9. Cohen, M.J., M.W.Clark and J. Paris. 2007. Determination of phosphorus sorption capacity in wetland soils using NIR spectroscopy. Wetlands 27:1098-1111.

    8. Cohen, M.J., R. Mylavarapu, I. Bogrecki and D. Lee. 2007. Reflectance spectroscopy for routine agronomic soil analyses. Soil Science 172:469-485.

    7. Roth, B.E., K.C. Slatton and M.J. Cohen. 2007. On the potential for high-resolution LIDAR to improve rainfall interception estimates in forest ecosystems. Frontiers in Ecology & Environment 5:421-428.

    6. Cohen, M.J. and M.T. Brown. 2007. A Model of hierarchical wetland networks for watershed stormwater management. Ecological Modelling 201:179-193.

    5. Brown, M.T., M.J. Cohen, E. Bardi, and W. Ingwersen. 2006. A systems approach to biodiversity. Aquatic Sciences 68:254-277.

    4. Cohen, M.J., S. Dabral, W.D. Graham, J.P. Prenger and W.F. Debusk. 2006. Evaluating ecological condition using soil biogeochemical parameters and near infrared reflectance spectra. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 116:427-447.

    3. Cohen, M.J., J.P. Prenger and W.F. DeBusk. 2005. Visible-near infrared reflectance spectroscopy for rapid, non-destructive assessment of wetland soil quality. J. of Environ. Qual. 34:1422-1434.

    2. Cohen, M.J., K.D. Shepherd and M.G. Walsh. 2004. Empirical reformulation of the Universal Soil Loss Equation for erosion risk assessment in a tropical watershed. Geoderma 124:235-252.

    1. Cohen, M.J., S. Carstenn and C.R. Lane. 2004. Floristic quality indices for biotic assessment of depressional marsh condition in Florida. Ecological Applications 14:784-794.

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