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Stoner, E.W., Yeager, L.A., Sweatman, J.L., Sebilian, S.S., & Layman, C.A. (2014). Modification of a seagrass community by benthic jellyfish blooms and nutrient enrichment. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology461, 185-192.


Stoner, E.W., Sebilian, S.S., & Layman, C.A. (2016). Comparison of zooxanthellae densities from upside-down jellyfish, Cassiopea xamachana, across coastal habitats of The Bahamas. Revista de Biologia Marina Y Oceanografia, 51(1), 203-208. 


Johnson, D.S., Crowley, C., Longmire, K., Nelson, J., Williams, B., & Wittyngham, S. (2019). The fiddler crab, Minuca pugnax, follows Bergmann's rule. Ecology and Evolution. 9, 14489-14497.

Sebilian Wittyngham, S., Moderan, J., & Boyer, K.E. (2019). Temperature and salinity effects on Stuckenia pectinata traits and susceptibility to grazing. Aquatic Botany158, 1-8. 


*denotes undergraduate mentee

Johnson, D.S., Martínez-Soto, K., Pant, M., Wittyngham, S.S., & Goetz, E. (2020). The fiddler crab Minuca pugnax (Smith, 1870) (Decapoda: Brachyura: Ocypodidae) reduces saltmarsh algae in its expanded range. Journal of Crustacean Biology. doi: 10.1093/jcbiol/ruaa073.

*Failon, C.M., Wittyngham, S.S., & Johnson, D.S. (2020). Ecological associations of Littoraria irrorata with Spartina  cynosuroides and Spartina alternifloraWetlands.


Wittyngham, S.S. (2021). Salinity and simulated herbivory influence Spartina alterniflora traits and defense strategy. Estuaries & Coasts.


Wittyngham, S.S., Pant, M., Martinez-Soto, K., & Johnson, D.S. (2022). Biotic recovery following ice-rafting in a salt marsh. Estuaries & Coasts,

Langston, A.K., Coleman, D.J., Jung, N. W., Shawler, J.L., Smith, A.J., Williams, B.L., Wittyngham, S.S., Chambers, R.M., Perry, J.E., & Kirwan, M.L. (2022). The effect of marsh age on ecosystem function in a rapidly transgressing marsh. Ecosystems.


Wittyngham, S.S.Johnson, D.S., Chen, Y., and Kirwan, M.L. (in review). A keystone herbivore drives saltmarsh carbon storage and recovery. Ecology 

Wittyngham, S.S., Carey, J. & Johnson, D.S. (2023). Resource availability and plant age drive defense against herbivory in salt marshes. Oikos, 

Peck, E. & Wittyngham, S.S. (in prep). Revisiting contributions to sediment volume with implications for salt marsh accretion and carbon storage. 

Wittyngham, S.S. & Johnson (in review). Herbivore fronts shape saltmarsh plant traits and performance. Journal of Ecology.

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