Rachel K. Gittman, Ph.D

Affiliations: 
2009- Institute of Marine Sciences University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC 
 2015-2017 Marine Sciences Center Northeastern University, Boston, MA, United States 
 2018- Biology East Carolina University, Greenville, NC, United States 
Area:
Coastal ecology; human impacts; mangrove ecology
Website:
https://gittmanlab.weebly.com/
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Zhang YS, Swinea SH, Roskar G, et al. (2022) Tropical cyclone impacts on seagrass-associated fishes in a temperate-subtropical estuary. Plos One. 17: e0273556
Wellman EH, Baillie CJ, Puckett BJ, et al. (2021) Reef design and site hydrodynamics mediate oyster restoration and marsh stabilization outcomes. Ecological Applications : a Publication of the Ecological Society of America. e2506
Kyzar T, Safak I, Cebrian J, et al. (2021) Challenges and opportunities for sustaining coastal wetlands and oyster reefs in the southeastern United States. Journal of Environmental Management. 296: 113178
Polk MA, Gittman RK, Smith CS, et al. (2021) COASTAL RESILIENCE SURGES AS LIVING SHORELINES REDUCE LATERAL EROSION OF SALT MARSHES. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management
DeAngelis BM, Sutton-Grier AE, Colden A, et al. (2020) Social Factors Key to Landscape-Scale Coastal Restoration: Lessons Learned from Three U.S. Case Studies. Sustainability. 12
DeAngelis BM, Sutton-Grier AE, Colden A, et al. (2020) Social Factors Key to Landscape-Scale Coastal Restoration: Lessons Learned from Three U.S. Case Studies Sustainability. 12: 869
Smith CS, Rudd ME, Gittman RK, et al. (2020) Coming to Terms With Living Shorelines: A Scoping Review of Novel Restoration Strategies for Shoreline Protection Frontiers in Marine Science. 7
Moore CS, Gittman RK, Puckett BJ, et al. (2020) If you build it, they will come: Restoration positively influences free-living and parasite diversity in a restored tidal marsh Food Webs
Gittman RK, Baillie CJ, Arkema KK, et al. (2019) Voluntary Restoration: Mitigation's Silent Partner in the Quest to Reverse Coastal Wetland Loss in the USA. Frontiers in Marine Science. 6: 511
Keller DA, Gittman RK, Brodeur MC, et al. (2019) Salt marsh shoreline geomorphology influences the success of restored oyster reefs and use by associated fauna Restoration Ecology. 27: 1429-1441
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