Thomas J. Mozdzer
Thomas J. Mozdzer
Professor of Biology, Bryn Mawr College
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Early stage litter decomposition across biomes
I Djukic, S Kepfer-Rojas, I Cappel Schmidt, K Steenberg Larsen, C Beier, ...
Science of The Total Environment 628, 1369-1394, 2018
Phragmites australis management in the United States: 40 years of methods and outcomes
ELG Hazelton, TJ Mozdzer, DM Burdick, KM Kettenring, DF Whigham
AoB plants 6, plu001, 2014
Effects of salinity and sulfide on the distribution of Phragmites australis and Spartina alterniflora in a tidal saltmarsh
RM Chambers, TJ Mozdzer, JC Ambrose
Aquatic Botany 62 (3), 161-169, 1998
Twelve testable hypotheses on the geobiology of weathering
SL Brantley, JP Megonigal, FN Scatena, Z Balogh‐Brunstad, RT Barnes, ...
Geobiology 9 (2), 140-165, 2011
Ecophysiological differences between genetic lineages facilitate the invasion of non‐native Phragmites australis in North American Atlantic coast wetlands
TJ Mozdzer, JC Zieman
Journal of Ecology 98 (2), 451-458, 2010
Tidal marsh plant responses to elevated CO2, nitrogen fertilization, and sea level rise
J Adam Langley, TJ Mozdzer, KA Shepard, SB Hagerty, ...
Global change biology 19 (5), 1495-1503, 2013
Cosmopolitan Species As Models for Ecophysiological Responses to Global Change: The Common Reed Phragmites australis
F Eller, H Skálová, JS Caplan, GP Bhattarai, MK Burger, JT Cronin, ...
Frontiers in Plant Science 8, 1833, 2017
Limits to soil carbon stability; Deep, ancient soil carbon decomposition stimulated by new labile organic inputs
B Bernal, DC McKinley, BA Hungate, PM White, TJ Mozdzer, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 98, 85-94, 2016
Tidal influences on carbon assimilation by a salt marsh
JC Kathilankal, TJ Mozdzer, JD Fuentes, P D’Odorico, KJ McGlathery, ...
Environmental Research Letters 3 (4), 044010, 2008
Jack-and-Master Trait Responses to Elevated CO2 and N: A Comparison of Native and Introduced Phragmites australis
TJ Mozdzer, JP Megonigal
PLoS One 7 (10), e42794, 2012
Nitrogen uptake by native and invasive temperate coastal macrophytes: importance of dissolved organic nitrogen
TJ Mozdzer, JC Zieman, KJ McGlathery
Estuaries and Coasts 33, 784-797, 2010
An invasive wetland grass primes deep soil carbon pools
B Bernal, JP Megonigal, TJ Mozdzer
Global Change Biology 23 (5), 2104-2116, 2017
Global-change effects on early-stage decomposition processes in tidal wetlands–implications from a global survey using standardized litter
P Mueller, LM Schile-Beers, TJ Mozdzer, GL Chmura, T Dinter, ...
Biogeosciences 15 (10), 3189-3202, 2018
Physiological ecology and functional traits of North American native and Eurasian introduced Phragmites australis lineages
TJ Mozdzer, J Brisson, ELG Hazelton
AoB plants 5, plt048, 2013
Efficacy of Imazapyr and Glyphosate in the Control of Non‐Native Phragmites australis
TJ Mozdzer, CJ Hutto, PA Clarke, DP Field
Restoration Ecology 16 (2), 221-224, 2008
Increased Methane Emissions by an Introduced Phragmites australis Lineage under Global Change
TJ Mozdzer, JP Megonigal
Wetlands 33, 609-615, 2013
Saltmarsh plant responses to eutrophication
DS Johnson, RS Warren, LA Deegan, TJ Mozdzer
Ecological Applications 26 (8), 2649-2661, 2016
Global change accelerates carbon assimilation by a wetland ecosystem engineer
JS Caplan, RN Hager, JP Megonigal, TJ Mozdzer
Environmental Research Letters 10 (11), 115006, 2015
Global networks for invasion science: benefits, challenges and guidelines
JG Packer, LA Meyerson, DM Richardson, G Brundu, WJ Allen, ...
Biological Invasions 19, 1081-1096, 2017
Deep rooting and global change facilitate spread of invasive grass
TJ Mozdzer, JA Langley, P Mueller, JP Megonigal
Biological Invasions 18 (9), 2619-2631, 2016
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