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Steinmuller, H.E. and L.G. Chambers (accepted) Can saltwater intrusion accelerate nutrient export from freshwater wetland soils? Soil Science Society of America Journal.

Ho, J., Boughton, E.H., Jenkins, D.G., Sonnier, G., Bohlen, P.J. and L.G. Chambers (2018) Ranching practices interactively affect soil nutrients in subtropical wetlands.  Agriculture, Ecosystems, and Environment, 254: 130-137.

Chambers, L.G., Gaspar, S.A., Pilato, C., Steinmuller, H.E., McCarthy, K.J., Sacks, P.E., and L.J. Walters (2017) How well do restored intertidal oyster reefs support key biogeochemical functions in a coastal lagoon? Estuaries and Coasts, DOI 10.1007/s12237-017-0311-5.

Robinson, H., Hasenmueller, E.A., and L.G. Chambers (2017) Soils as a reservoir for road salt storage and gradual release to groundwater.  Applied Geochemistry, 83: 78-85.

Wang, C., Tong, C. Chambers, L.G. and X. Liu (2017) Identifying the salinity thresholds that impact greenhouse gas production in subtropical tidal freshwater marsh soils. Wetlands, DOI: 10.1007/s13157-017-0890-8.

Pearce, A.R., Chambers, L.G., and E.A. Hasenmueller (2017) Characterizing nutrient distributions and fluxes in a eutrophic reservoir, Midwestern United States.  Sci. Total Enviro. 581-582: 589-600.

Chambers, L.G., Guevara, R., Boyer, J.N., Troxler, T.G., and S.E. Davis (2016) Effects of salinity and inundation on microbial community structure and function in a mangrove peat soil. Wetlands DOI: 10.1007/s13157-016-0745-8.

Chambers, L.G., Chin, Y.-P., Filippelli, G.M., Gardner, C.B., Herndon, E.M., Long, D.T., Lyons, B.W., Macpherson, G.L., McElmurry, S.P., McLean, C.E., Moore, J. Moyer, R.P., Neumann, K., Nezat, C.A., Soderberg, K. Teutsch, N. and E. Widom (2016) Developing the scientific framework for urban geochemistry. Applied Geochemistry DOI: 10.1016/j.apgeochem.2016.01.005.

Marks, B.W., Chambers, L.G., and J.R. White (2016) Salinity impacts on nitrogen cycling in estuarine soils and sediments. Soil Science Society of America Journal DOI:10.2136/sssaj2015.07.0265.

Chambers, L.G., Davis, S.E., and T.G. Troxler (2015) Sea level rise in the Everglades: plant-soil-microbial feedbacks in response to changing physical conditions. In: J.A. Entry, A.D. Gottlieb, K. Jayachandrahan and A. Ogram (eds.) Microbiology of the Everglades Ecosystem. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.

Chambers, L.G., Davis, S.E., Troxler, T., Boyer, J. Downey-Wall, A. and L. Scinto. (2014) Biogeochemical effects of saltwater intrusion and increased inundation on Everglades peat soil. Hydrobiologia 726:195-211.

Chambers, L.G., Osborne, T.Z., and K.R. Reddy (2013) Effect of salinity pulsing events on soil organic carbon loss along an intertidal wetland gradient: A laboratory experiment. Biogeochemistry 115: 363-383.

Linhoss, A.C., Chambers, L.G., Wozniak, K., and T. Ankersen (2013) A multi-disciplinary review of current sea level rise research in Florida, USA. EDIS SG125.

Chambers, L.G., Reddy, K.R., and T.Z. Osborne (2011) Short-term response of carbon cycling to seawater pulses in a freshwater wetland. Soil Science Society of America Journal 75:2000-2007.

Gardner, L.M.* and J.R. White (2010) Denitrification enzyme activity as an indicator of nitrate movement through a diversion wetland. Soil Sci. Society of Am. J. 74:1037-1047.

White, J.R., Gardner, L.M.*, Sees, M., and R. Corstanje (2008) The short-term effects of prescribed burning on biomass removal and the release of nitrogen and phosphorus in a treatment wetland. Journal of Environmental Quality 37:2386-2391.

*Note maiden name: L.M. Gardner