Thomas J. Mozdzer, PhD

Affiliations: 
Biology Department Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, PA, United States 
Area:
Wetland, salt marsh, ecosystem ecology, global change, invasive species
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Bowen JL, Giblin AE, Murphy AE, et al. (2020) Not All Nitrogen Is Created Equal: Differential Effects of Nitrate and Ammonium Enrichment in Coastal Wetlands. Bioscience. 70: 1108-1119
Mozdzer TJ, Drew SE, Caplan JS, et al. (2020) Rapid recovery of carbon cycle processes after the cessation of chronic nutrient enrichment. The Science of the Total Environment. 750: 140927
Cott GM, Caplan JS, Mozdzer TJ. (2018) Nitrogen uptake kinetics and saltmarsh plant responses to global change. Scientific Reports. 8: 5393
Eller F, Skálová H, Caplan JS, et al. (2017) Cosmopolitan Species As Models for Ecophysiological Responses to Global Change: The Common Reed Phragmites australis. Frontiers in Plant Science. 8: 1833
Caplan JS, Stone BW, Faillace CA, et al. (2017) Nutrient foraging strategies are associated with productivity and population growth in forest shrubs. Annals of Botany
Lu M, Caplan JS, Bakker JD, et al. (2016) Allometry data and equations for coastal marsh plants. Ecology. 97: 3554
Bernal B, Megonigal JP, Mozdzer TJ. (2016) An Invasive Wetland Grass Primes Deep Soil Carbon Pools. Global Change Biology
Bernal B, McKinley DC, Hungate BA, et al. (2016) Limits to soil carbon stability; Deep, ancient soil carbon decomposition stimulated by new labile organic inputs Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 98: 85-94
Mozdzer TJ, Langley JA, Mueller P, et al. (2016) Deep rooting and global change facilitate spread of invasive grass Biological Invasions. 18: 2619-2631
Mueller P, Hager RN, Meschter JE, et al. (2016) Complex invader-ecosystem interactions and seasonality mediate the impact of non-native Phragmites on CH4 emissions Biological Invasions. 1-13
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