Communications

Publications

  1. Watson, E.B., L. Haaf, K. Raper, and E. Reilly. 2019. Removal of positive elevation bias of digital elevation models for sea-level rise planning. Data 4(1), 46. doi.org/10.3390/data4010046
  2. Velinsky, D.J., B. Paudel, T. Quirk, M. Piehler, and A. Smyth. 2017. Salt marsh denitrification provides a significant nitrogen sink in Barnegat Bay, New Jersey. Journal of Coastal Research 78 (sp1): 70-8. DOI: 10.2112/SI78-007
  3. Velinsky, D.J., B. Paudel, T.J. Belton, and C.K. Sommerfield. 2017. Tidal marsh record of nutrient loadings in Barnegat Bay, New Jersey. Journal of Coastal Research 78 (sp1): 79-88. DOI:10.2112/SI78-008.1
  4. Unger, V., T. Elsey-Quirk, C. Sommerfield, and D. Velinsky. 2016. Stability of organic carbon accumulating in Spartina alterniflora-dominated salt marshes of the Mid-Atlantic US. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 182:179-89. DOI:10.1016/j.ecss.2016.10.001
  5. Elsey-Quirk, T., and V. Unger. Geomorphic influences on the contribution of vegetation to soil C accumulation and accretion in Spartina alterniflora marshes. Biogeosciences 15: 379-397.DOI.org/10.5194/bg-15-379-2018
  6. Elsey-Quirk, T. 2016. Impact of Hurricane Sandy on salt marshes of New jersey. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 183:235-48. DOI.org/10.1016/j.ecss.2016.09.006

Presentations

  1. Champlin, L., D.J. Velinsky, C. Sommerfield, K. Raper, L. Haaf, K. St. Laurent, T. Quirk, and E.B. Watson. 2018. A comparison of annual and decadal-scale carbon sequestration rates in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware tidal wetlands using interpolation mapping. Poster presentation at the Delaware Wetlands Conference, January 31 – February 2, 2018, Wilmington, DE. Link
  2. Powell, E.B., R. Martin, and E.B. Watson. 2018. Impacts of Open Marsh Water Management on carbon exchange in Barnegat Bay, New Jersey. Poster presentation at the Delaware Wetlands Conference, January 31 – February 2, 2018, Wilmington, DE Link
  3. Powell, E.B., E.B. Watson, R. Martin, and K. Raper. 2018. The Effect of Open Marsh Water Management Practices on the Carbon Balance of Tidal Marshes in Barnegat Bay, New Jersey. Society of Wetland Scientists Annual Meeting, May 29-June 1, 2018, Denver, CO.
  4. Raper, R. L. Haaf, T. Quirk, M. Maxwell-Doyle, E.B. Watson, D. J. Velinsky, D. Kreeger, and A. Padeletti. 2018. The relative importance of elevation change and hypsometry as benchmarks for coastal wetland vulnerability to sea level rise. Poster presentation at the Delaware Wetlands Conference, January 31 – February 2, 2018, Wilmington, DE. Link
  5. Raper, R. L. Haaf, T. Quirk, M. Maxwell-Doyle, E.B. Watson, D. J. Velinsky, D. Kreeger, and A. Padeletti. 2018. The relative importance of elevation change and hypsometry as benchmarks for coastal wetland vulnerability to sea level rise. Poster presentation at the Atlantic Estuarine Research Society, March 21, 2018, Rehoboth Beach, DE. Link
  6. Watson, E.B., E.B. Powell, L. Perez, and S. Haag. 2018. A comparison of object- and pixel–based classification methods for detecting coastal wetland habitat change. Poster presentation at the Delaware Wetlands Conference, January 31 – February 2, 2018, Wilmington, DE. Link
  7. Haaf, L., S. Jardine, D. Kreeger, K. Raper, E. Reilly, R. Martin, E. Powell, C. Sommerfield, D. Velinsky, M. Walch, E. Watson, and C. Wigand. 2017. Blue carbon storage in natural estuarine wetlands and living shorelines of Delaware and New Jersey. Delaware Estuary Science & Environmental Summit, 22-25 January 2017, Cape May, NJ.
  8. Powell, E.B., R. Martin, and E.B. Watson. 2017. Impacts of Open Marsh Water Management on carbon exchange in Barnegat Bay, New Jersey Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation Meeting, November 5-9, Providence, Rhode Island. Link
  9. Raper, K., E.B. Watson, J. Mead, and D.J. Velinsky. 2017 Impacts of episodic storms on urban freshwater wetland processes. Annual Meeting of the Society of Wetland Scientists, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 3-6 June 2016.
  10. Raper, K., E.B. Watson, and D.J. Velinsky. 2016. Impacts of episodic storms on an urban freshwater wetland. The Atlantic Estuarine Research Society Fall Meeting: Baltimore, MD, 18-20 November, 2016.
  11. Watson, E.B., A.J. Oczkowski, K. Raper, J.V. Mead, A. Hanson, E. Markham, R. Johnson, C. Wigand, and D.J. Velinksy. 2016. Impacts of episodic storms on coastal wetland processes in the U.S. Northeast. Annual Meeting of the Society of Wetland Scientists, 31 May - June 4 2016, Corpus Christi, TX.
  12. Raper, K., T. Elsey-Quirk, D. Velinsky, D. Kreeger, A. Padeletti, and M. Maxwell-Doyle. 2015. Variation in recent marsh accretion along Delaware and Barnegat Bays. Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation Biennial Conference Portland, OR, 8 – 12 November 2015 Link
  13. Raper, K., T. Elsey-Quirk, D. Velinksy, D. Kreeger, A. Padeletti, and M. Maxwell-Doyle, and E.B. Watson. 2015. Intensive long-term monitoring in tidal wetlands of Delaware and Barnegat Bays. Fall Meeting of the New England Estuarine Research Society: Block Island, RI, 20-22 October 2016 Link
  14. Raper, K., T. Elsey-Quirk, D. Velinsky, D. Kreeger, A. Padeletti, M. Maxwell-Doyle, and E.B. Watson. 2015. Variation in recent marsh accretion along Delaware and Barnegat Bays. Society of Wetland Scientists Annual Meeting, Providence, RI 31 May – 3 June 2015
  15. Raper, K., D. Velinsky, T. Elsey-Quirk, D. Kreeger, A. Padeletti, M. Maxwell-Doyle, and E.B. Watson. 2015. Value of a sentinel site monitoring program for assessing tidal wetland carbon sequestration rates. Poster presented at the Capitalizing on Blue Carbon Conference, 12-13 May, 2015, Brockton, MA. Link
  16. Watson, E.B., A.J. Oczkowski, K. Raper, A.B. Gray, C. Wigand, and D. Velinsky, F.I. Rahman. 2016. Impacts of episodic storms on coastal wetland processes in the Northeastern U.S. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, 12-16 December 2016, San Francisco, CA.
  17. Raper, K., T. Elsey-Quirk, D. Velinsky, D. Kreeger, A. Padeletti , and M. Maxwell-Doyle. 2015. Variation in recent marsh accretion along Delaware and Barnegat Bays. Delaware Estuary Science and Environmental Summit 2011, Cape May, NJ, 25 – 28 January 2015 Link
  18. Raper, K., T. Elsey-Quirk, D. Velinsky, D. Kreeger, A. Padeletti, and M. Maxwell-Doyle. 2014. Intensive long monitoring of wetlands of the Delaware Estuary and Barnegat Bay. Mid-Atlantic regional climate symposium at Rutgers University. 21 November 2014, New Brunswick, NJ. Link
  19. Elsey-Quirk, T., D. Velinsky, D. Kreeger, M. Maxwell-Doyle, and A. Padeletti. 2013. Site-specific intensive monitoring of wetlands of the Delaware Estuary and Barnegat Bay. Delaware Estuary Science and Environmental Summit 2013, Cape May, NJ, 27 - 30 January 2013.
  20. Elsey-Quirk, T., D. Velinsky, D. Kreeger, M. Maxwell-Doyle, and A. Padeletti. 2011. Initiation of intensive long-term monitoring in wetlands of Delaware and Barnegat Bays. Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation Biennial Meeting, Daytona Beach, FL, 6 – 10 November 2011. Link
  21. Elsey-Quirk, T., D. Velinsky, D. Kreeger, M. Maxwell-Doyle, and A. Padeletti. 2011. Initiation of intensive long-term monitoring in wetlands of Delaware and Barnegat Bays. Delaware Estuary Science and Environmental Summit 2011, Cape May, NJ, 30 January – 2 February 2011 Link
  22. Kreeger, D., A. Padeletti, T. Quirk, A. Homsey, K. Somers. 2012. Coastal Wetlands of the Delaware Estuary: Past, Present, and Future. Poster presented at the Society of Wetland Scientists International Conference Link
  23. Padeletti, A., D. Kreeger, K. Somers, A. Howard, A. Rogerson. 2012. Comparative Analysis of Coastal Wetland Health in the Delaware Estuary Assessed Using Rapid Methods. Poster presented at the Society of Wetland Scientists International Conference Link

Reports

  1. Watson, E.B., E.P. Powell, L. Champlin, and D.J. Velinsky. 2017. Blue carbon storage in natural estuarine wetlands and living shorelines of Delaware and New Jersey. Report submitted to the Barnegat Bay Partnership, Ocean County Community College, Toms River, New Jersey. 29pp. Link
  2. Watson, E.B., K.L. Raper, and D.J. Velinsky. 2018. Monitoring a Freshwater Tidal Wetland in the Delaware Estuary: Flooding Influence on Accretion and a Potential for Priority Planning under Vulnerability to Sea Level Rise. Report submitted to Pennsylvania Sea Grant, 51 pp. Link
  3. Partnership for the Delaware Estuary and the Barnegat Bay Partnership. 2017. Long Term Reference Data in New Jersey Coastal Marshes: Perspectives on Elevation Dynamics and Thin Layer PlacementPDE Report No. 17-02. Link
  4. Raper, K., and E.B. Watson. 2016. Site specific intensive monitoring of representative wetlands in Barnegat Bay, New Jersey and the Delaware Estuary. Submitted to Danielle Kreeger, Partnership for the Delaware Estuary and Martha Maxwell-Doyle, Barnegat Bay Partnership, 18 July 2016, 111 pp. Link
  5. Elsey-Quirk, T., E.B. Watson, and K. Raper. 2015. Site-specific intensive monitoring of representative wetlands in the Barnegat Bay, New Jersey and the Delaware Estuary 2011-2014 Link
  6. Partnership for the Delaware Estuary. 2015. Mid-Atlantic Tidal Rapid Assessment: Mullica River and Dennis Creek. Link
  7. Elsey-Quirk, T., E.B. Watson, and K. Raper. 2015. Site-specific intensive monitoring of Dividing Creek and Maurice River 2011-2014 Link
  8. Elsey-Quirk, T., E.B. Watson, and K. Raper. 2015. Site-specific intensive monitoring of West Creek and Horse Point in Barnegat Bay, NJ Link
  9. Elsey-Quirk, T. 2014. Site-specific intensive monitoring of representative wetlands in the Barnegat Bay, New Jersey and the Delaware Estuary Link
  10. Partnership for the Delaware Estuary. 2014. Condition of Wetlands in the Christiana River Watershed. PDE Report No. 14-06. Link
  11. Partnership for the Delaware Estuary. 2014. Site Specific Intensive Monitoring of Coastal Wetlands in the Dividing Creek New Jersey Watershed 2012 - 2013. Partnership for the Delaware Estuary. PDE Report No. 14-04 Link
  12. Elsey-Quirk, T., and D. Velinsky. 2013. Site-specific intensive monitoring of representative wetlands in the Delaware Estuary and Barnagat Bay, New Jersey Link
  13. Partnership for the Delaware Estuary. 2013. Monitoring and Assessment of Representative Tidal Wetlands of the Delaware Estuary. Partnership for the Delaware Estuary. Report No. 13-03. 1-144 pp. Link
  14. Elsey-Quirk, T., and D. Velinsky. 2012. Final Report Delaware Estuary Monitoring Link
  15. Partnership for the Delaware Estuary. 2012. Monitoring and Assessment of Representative Tidal Wetlands of the Delaware Estuary. Partnership for the Delaware Estuary. Report No. 13-03. 1-144 pp. Link
  16. Partnership for the Delaware Estuary. 2012. Condition of Tidal Freshwater Wetlands in Pennsylvania. Partnership for the Delaware Estuary. Report No. 11-05. 33pp. Link
  17. Elsey-Quirk, T., D. Velinsky. 2011. Site specific intensive monitoring representative wetlands in the Delaware Estuary and Barnegat Bay, New Jersey, Year 1. Link
  18. Partnership for the Delaware Estuary. 2010. Quality Assurance Project Plan for Rapid Assessment Methods for the Mid-Atlantic Coastal Wetland Assessment Link
  19. Partnership for the Delaware Estuary. 2010. Mid-Atlantic Tidal Wetland Rapid Assessment Method Version 3.0. Link
  20. Partnership for the Delaware Estuary. 2010. Quality Assurance Project Plan for Site-Specific Intensive Monitoring for the Mid-Atlantic Coastal Wetland Assessment. Link
  21. Partnership for the Delaware Estuary. 2010.The Mid-Atlantic Coastal Wetland Assessment (MACWA): Introduction and Progress. Link
  22. Partnership for the Delaware Estuary. 2007.Delaware Bay Pilot Study. National Water Quality Monitoring Council Report. Link