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Journal articles
Dessu, S.B., R.M. Price, T. Troxler, J. Kominoski 2018. Effects of sea-level rise and freshwater management on long-term water levels and water quality in the Florida Coastal Everglades. Journal of Environmental Management, 211: 164-176.

Julian, P., R.M. Chambers, T. Russell 2017. Iron and pyritization in wetland soils of the Florida Coastal Everglades. Estuaries and Coasts, 40(3): 822-831.

McKay, G., W. Huang, C. Romera-Castillo, J. Crouch, F. Rosario-Ortiz, R. Jaffe 2017. Predicting Reactive Intermediate Quantum Yields from Dissolved Organic Matter Photolysis Using Optical Properties and Antioxidant Capacity. Environmental Science & Technology, 51(10): 5404-5413.

He, D., B.R.T. Simoneit, Y. Xu, R. Jaffe 2016. Occurrence of unsaturated C25 highly branched isoprenoids (HBIs) in a freshwater wetland. Organic Geochemistry, 93: 59-67.

Malone, S.L., J.G. Barr, J.D. Fuentes, S. Oberbauer, E.E. Gaiser, G. Starr 2016. Sensitivity to Low-Temperature Events: Implications for CO2 Dynamics in Subtropical Coastal Ecosystems. Wetlands, 36(5): 957-967.

Long, S.A., G.I. Tachiev, R. Fennema, A.M. Cook, M. Sukop, F. Miralles-Wilhelm 2015. Modeling the impact of restoration efforts on phosphorus loading and transport through Everglades National Park, FL, USA. Science of The Total Environment, 520(1): 81-95.

Romera-Castillo, C., R. Jaffe 2015. Free radical scavenging (antioxidant activity) of natural dissolved organic matter. Marine Chemistry, 177: 668-676.

Wagner, S., R. Jaffe, K.M. Cawley, T. Dittmar, A. Stubbins 2015. Associations between the molecular and optical properties of dissolved organic matter in the Florida Everglades: a model coastal wetland system. Frontiers in Chemistry, 3: 66.

Wagner, S., T. Dittmar, R. Jaffe 2015. Molecular characterization of dissolved black nitrogen by electrospray ionization Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry. Organic Geochemistry, 79: 21-30.

He, D., B.R.T. Simoneit, B. Jara, R. Jaffe 2014. Occurrence and distribution of monomethylalkanes in the freshwater wetland ecosystem of the Florida Everglades. Chemosphere, 119: 258-266.

Pisani, O., L.J. Scinto, J. Munyon, R. Jaffe 2014. The respiration of flocculent detrital organic matter (floc) is driven by phosphorus limitation and substrate quality in a subtropical wetland. Geoderma, 241: 272-278.

Jaffe, R., Y. Ding, J. Niggemann, A. Vahatalo, A. Stubbins, R.G.M. Spencer, J.L. Campbell, T. Dittmar 2013. Global Charcoal Mobilization from Soils via Dissolution and Riverine Transport to the Oceans. Science, 340: 345-347.

Sanchez, C., E.E. Gaiser, C.J. Saunders, A. Wachnicka, N. Oehm 2013. Challenges in using siliceous subfossils as a tool for inferring past water level and hydroperiod in Everglades marshes. Journal of Paleolimnology, 49(1): 45-66.

Jimenez, K.L., G. Starr, C.L. Staudhammer, J. Schedlbauer, H. Loescher, S.L. Malone, S. Oberbauer 2012. Carbon dioxide exchange rates from short- and long-hydroperiod Everglades freshwater marsh. Journal of Geophysical Research, 117: G04009.

Schedlbauer, J., J. Munyon, S. Oberbauer, E.E. Gaiser, G. Starr 2012. Controls on ecosystem carbon dioxide exchange in short- and long-hydroperiod Florida Everglades freshwater marshes. Wetlands, 32: 801-812.

Fell, J.W., A. Statzell-Tallman, G. Scorzetti, M.H. Gutierrez 2011. Five new species of yeasts from fresh water and marine habitats in the Florida Everglades. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek, 99(3): 533-549.

Pisani, O., Y. Yamashita, R. Jaffe 2011. Photo-dissolution of flocculent, detrital material in aquatic environments: Contributions to the dissolved organic matter pool. Water Research, 45(13): 3836-3844.
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Ikenaga, M., R. Guevara, C. Pisani, A. Dean, J.N. Boyer 2010. Changes in Community Structure of Sediment Bacteria Along the Florida Coastal Everglades Marsh-Mangrove-Seagrass Salinity Gradient. Microbial Ecology, 59(2): 284-295.

Xu, Y., R. Jaffe 2010. Occurrence, distribution and origin of C30 cyclobotryococcenes in a subtropical wetland/estuarine ecosystem. Chemosphere, 81(7): 918-924.

Gao, M., B.R.T. Simoneit, M. Gantar, R. Jaffe 2007. Occurrence and distribution of novel botryococcene hydrocarbons in freshwater wetlands of the Florida Everglades. Chemosphere, 70: 224-236.

Maie, N., N.M. Scully, O. Pisani, R. Jaffe 2007. Composition of a protein-like fluorophore of dissolved organic matter in coastal wetland and estuarine ecosystems. Water Research, 41: 563-570.

Chambers, R.M., K.A. Pederson 2006. Variation in soil phosphorus, sulfur, and iron pools among south Florida wetlands. Hydrobiologia, 569(1): 63-70.

Hajje, N., R. Jaffe 2006. Molecular characterization of Cladium peat from the Florida Everglades: biomarker associations with humic fractions. Hydrobiologia, 569(1): 99-112.

Noe, G.B., L.J. Scinto, J. Taylor, D.L. Childers, R.D. Jones 2003. Phosphorus cycling and partitioning in an oligotrophic Everglades wetland ecosystem: a radioisotope tracing study. Freshwater Biology, 48(11): 1993-2008.

Master's Theses
Pokharel, Shiva 2014. Analysis of land use change as a method of predicting water demands in an urbanizing Environment: Redland, Miami-Dade County, Florida. Master's thesis, Florida International University.



















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