The Facts about Nitrogen, Eutrophication and Barnegat Bay
The Library is our way of presenting the science directly to you. This is a resource where we collect data that pertains directly to the topics discussed h ere at the Nitrogen Pollution Action Project. This isn't our research; it’s the work of professional scientists studying the problems of and solutions that exist in estuaries around the globe. Check back often for updates and additions to The Library.Barnegat Bay - Little Egg Harbor Estuary: Ecosystem Conditions and Recommendations. Michael J. Kennish, Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences, Rutgers University. New Brunswick, New Jersey. Evaluation of Submerged Aquatic Vegetation (SAV) Habitat in Southern New Jersey. 2002. Workshop Report. The Jacques Cousteau National Estuary Research Reserve, the NJ Department of Environmental Protection’s Costal Management Program and Island Beach State Park. A Build-out Analysis of the Barnegat Bay Watershed. Richard G. Lathrop and Tenley M. Conway. May, 2001. CRSSA Technical Report 2001-02. Grant F. Walton Center for Remote Sensing and Spatial Analysis, Cook College, Rutgers University. New Brunswick, New Jersey.
Valdose Zone Process and Chemical Transport. 2004. Karl Guillard and Kelly Kopp. Journal of Environmental Quality. 33:1822-1827. Wetland Nutrient Removal: A Review of the Evidence. 2004. J. Fisher and M.C. Acreman. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 8(4): 637-685. Phosphorous and Nitrate Nitrogen in Runoff Following Fertilizer Application to Turfgrass. 2002. L.M. Shuman. Journal of Environmental Quality. 31: 1710-1715. Predicting Coastal Eutrophication from Land-Use: an Empirical Approach to Small Non-stratified Estuaries.- 1999. J.J. Meeuwig. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 176:231-241. Contribution of Dissolved Organic Nitrogen from Rivers to Esturine Eutrophication. 1997. S.P. Seitzinger and R.W. Sanders. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 159: 1-12. Ecosystem Productions and Respiration in Response to Eutrophication in Shallow Temperate Estuaries. 1996. Charlene D’Avanzo et al. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 141: 263-274.
Jellyfish Modify the Response of Planktonic Assemblages to Nutrient Pulses. 2007. Kylie A. Pitt et al. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 351:1-13. Anthropogenic Causes of Jellyfish Blooms and Their Direct Consequences for Humans: A Review. 2007. Jennifer E. Purcell et al. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 350: 153-174. Effects of Low Dissolved Oxygen on Zooplankton Predation by the Ctenophore Mnemiopsis leidyi. 2004. Mary Beth Decker et al. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 280: 163-172.