Publications & Presentations

PUBLICATIONS

(in prep) Williams, B.L., Baron, K. & Johnson, D.S. Consumer control of salt marsh geomorphic processes. Target Journal: Estuaries and Coasts.

Johnson, D.S. & Williams, B.L. 2017. Sea-level rise may increase extinction risk of a salt marsh ontogenetic habitat specialist. Ecology and Evolution 7(19), 7786-7795.

Hanley, T.C., Hughes, A.R., Williams, B., Garland, H., & Kimbro, D.L. 2016. Effects of intraspecific diversity on survivorship, growth, and recruitment of the Eastern oyster across sites. Ecology 97 (6), 1518-1529.

Williams, B.L. & Johnson, D.S. 2015. Melampus bidentatus as a model for the effects of climate change on salt marsh animal communities. Undergraduate Honors Thesis submitted to Florida State University.


PRESENTATIONS

Williams, Bethany L., Johnson, D.S. 2017. Can a crab build a marsh? The role of ecology in salt marsh geomorphic processes. Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation, 24th Biennial Conference: Providence, RI.

Williams, Bethany L., Johnson, D.S. & Baron, K. 2017. Consumer control of salt marsh geomorphic processes. Benthic Ecology Meeting, Myrtle Beach, SC.

Johnson, D.S., Williams, B., Crowley, C., Sebilian, S. & Longmire, K. 2017. Why do fiddler crabs follow Bergmann’s Rule? Benthic Ecology Meeting, Myrtle Beach, SC.

Williams, B.L. & Johnson, D.S. . 2016. Can a crab build or break a marsh? The role of ecological interactions in salt marsh geomorphic processes. Atlantic Estuarine Research Society, Fall Meeting , Catonsville, MD.

Williams, B.L. & Johnson, D.S. 2015. Melampus bidentatus as a model for the effects of climate change on salt marsh animal communities. Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation, 23rd Biennial Conference: Portland, OR.

Williams, B.L. & Johnson, D.S. 2015. Melampus bidentatus as a model for the effects of climate change on salt marsh animal communities. New England Estuarine Research Society, Fall Meeting : Avery Point, CT.

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