Everglades Wetland Research Park Publications

Most Recent Publications

2022-001 Beatriz Altamira Algarra, Jaume Puigagut, John W. Day, William J. Mitsch, Jan Vymazal, Joan García, and Rachael Hunter. 2022. A review of technologies for closing the P loop in agriculture runoff: Contributing to the transition towards a circular economy. Ecological Engineering 177 106571



2021-010 Griffiths, L.N., E. Hernandez, E. Cuevas,  W.J. Mitsch. 2021. Above‐ and below‐ground carbon storage of hydrologically altered mangrove wetlands in Puerto Rico after a hurricane. Plants 2021,10, 1965. https://doi.org/10.3390/plants10091965.

2021-009 Jiang, B.B., W.J. Mitsch, C. Lenhart. 2021. Estimating the importance of hydrologic conditions on nutrient retention and plant richness in a Wetlaculture mesocosm experiment in a former Lake Erie basin swamp. Water 2021, 13, 2509. https://doi.org/10.3390/w13182509

2021-008 Wendling L.  , J. Garcia, D. Descoteaux, B.Swierkosz, T.McPhearson, N.Frantzeskaki, D. La Rosa, Y. Zeng, T.Lin, T. Fidélis, A. Dumitru, W.J. Mitsch, S. Lavrni , C. Maucieri , Y. Wang , L.  McCarton, S. O’Hogain, S. Schmidt, G. Vidal, C. H. Crespo. 2021. Editorial: Introduction to the Nature-Based Solutions Journal. Nature-Based Solutions 1 (2021) 100003.

2021-007 Griffiths, L.N., W.J. Mitsch. 2021.Estimating the effects of a hurricane on carbon storage in mangrove wetlands in southwest Florida. Plants 2021,  https://doi.org/10.3390/plants10081749.

2021-006 Boutin, K.D., , W.J. Mitsch, E. Everham, B.R. Bakshi, L. Zhang. 2021.An evaluation of corn production within a WetlacultureTM system at Buckeye Lake, Ohio. Ecological Engineering 171: (2021) 106366.

2021-005 Szklarek, S., E. Kiedrzyńska, M. Kiedrzyński, J. Mankiewicz-Boczek, W. J. Mitsch, and M. Zalewski. 2021. Comparing ecotoxicological and physicochemical indicators of municipal wastewater effluent and river water quality in a Baltic Sea catchment in Poland. Ecological Indicators 107611.

2021-004 Day, J.W., David M. Burdick, Carles Ibáñez, William J. Mitsch, Tracy Elsey-Quirk, and Sofia Rivaes. 2021. Restoration of Tidal Marshes. In: Salt Marshes, Duncan M. FitzGerald & Zoe Hughes, eds. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, pp. 443-475.

2021-003 Benassi, Roseli Frederigi, Werner Siegfried Hanisch , Lúcia Helena Gomes Coelho , Tatiane Araujo de Jesus , Mercia Regina Domingues , Ricardo Hideo Taniwaki , Thais Araujo Goya Peduto , Danilo Oliveira da Costa , Marcelo Luiz Martins Pompêo , William J Mitsch. 2021. Eutrophication effects on CH4 and CO2 fluxes in a highly urbanized tropical reservoir (Southeast, Brazil). Environmental Science and Pollution Research https://doi.org/10.1007/s11356-021-13573-7

2021-002 Griffiths, L.N., T. Nesbit Haupt, L. Zhang, and W. J. Mitsch. 2021. Role of emergent and submerged vegetation and algal communities on nutrient retention and management in a subtropical urban stormwater treatment wetland. Wetlands Ecology and Management. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11273-020-09781-6

2021-001 Łożyńska, Justyna, Julita A. Dunalska, Agnieszka Bańkowska-Sobczak, Li Zhang, and William J. Mitsch. 2021. Treatment of hypolimnion water on mineral aggragates as the second step of the hypolimnetic withdrawal method used for lake restoration. Minerals 11, 98.



2020-05 Jiang, B., W.J. Mitsch. 2020. Influence of hydrologic conditions on nutrient retention, and soil and plant development in a former central Ohio swamp: A wetlaculture mesocosm experiment. Ecological Engineering 157 (2020) 105969.

2020-04 Ma, P., L. Zhang, W.J. Mitsch. 2020. Investigating sources and transformations of nitrogen using dual stable isotopes for Lake Okeechobee restoration in Florida. Journal of Ecological Engineering 155:105947 (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecoleng.2020.105947).

2020-03 Griffiths, L.N. and W.J. Mitsch. 2020. Nutrient retention via sedimentation in a created urban stormwater treatment wetland. Science of the Total Environment 727:138337 (https://authors.elsevier.com/c/1axOxB8ccoCeh).

2020-02  García, J. , A. Solimeno, L. Zhang, D. Marois, W.J. Mitsch. 2020. Constructed wetlands to solve agricultural drainage pollution in South Florida: Development of an advanced simulation tool for design optimization. Cleaner Production https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2020.120868

2020-01 Waltham, N.J., M. Elliott, S. Y. Lee, C. Lovelock, C. M. Duarte, C. Buelow, C. Simenstad, I. Nagelkerken, L. Claassens, C. C. K.Wen, M. Barletta, R. M. Connolly, C. Gillies, J. Schwartz, W. J. Mitsch, M. B. Ogburn, J. Purandare, H. Possingham, M. Sheaves. 2020. UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration 2021-2030 – What chance for success in restoring coastal ecosystems?  Frontiers of Marine Science

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