Anna R. Armitage, Ph.D.
Anna R. Armitage, Ph.D.
Professor of Marine Biology, Texas A&M University at Galveston
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The contribution of mangrove expansion to salt marsh loss on the Texas Gulf Coast
AR Armitage, WE Highfield, SD Brody, P Louchouarn
PloS one 10 (5), e0125404, 2015
Elevated nutrient content of tropical macroalgae increases rates of herbivory in coral, seagrass, and mangrove habitats
KE Boyer, P Fong, AR Armitage, RA Cohen
Coral Reefs 23, 530-538, 2004
Experimental nutrient enrichment causes complex changes in seagrass, microalgae, and macroalgae community structure in Florida Bay
AR Armitage, TA Frankovich, KL Heck, JW Fourqurean
Estuaries 28, 422-434, 2005
Coastal sand dunes and dune vegetation: Restoration, erosion, and storm protection
JM Sigren, J Figlus, AR Armitage
Shore & Beach 82 (4), 5-12, 2014
Coastal regime shifts: Rapid responses of coastal wetlands to changes in mangrove cover
H Guo, C Weaver, S Charles, A Whitt, S Dastidar, P D'Odorico, ...
Ecology 98, 762-772, 2017
Carbon storage in seagrass soils: long-term nutrient history exceeds the effects of near-term nutrient enrichment
AR Armitage, JW Fourqurean
Biogeosciences 13, 313-321, 2016
Variable responses within epiphytic and benthic microalgal communities to nutrient enrichment
AR Armitage, TA Frankovich, JW Fourqurean
Hydrobiologia 569, 423-435, 2006
Upward cascading effects of nutrients: shifts in a benthic microalgal community and a negative herbivore response
AR Armitage, P Fong
Oecologia 139, 560-567, 2004
Temperature thresholds for black mangrove (Avicennia germinans) freeze damage, mortality and recovery in North America: Refining tipping points for range …
MJ Osland, RH Day, CT Hall, LC Feher, AR Armitage, J Cebrian, ...
Journal of Ecology 108 (2), 654-665, 2020
The short-term influence of herbivory near patch reefs varies between seagrass species
AR Armitage, JW Fourqurean
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 339 (1), 65-74, 2006
Avicennia germinans (black mangrove) vessel architecture is linked to chilling and salinity tolerance in the Gulf of Mexico
EN Madrid, AR Armitage, J López-Portillo
Frontiers in Plant Science 5, 103614, 2014
Nutrient impacts on epifaunal density and species composition in a subtropical seagrass bed
M Gil, AR Armitage, JW Fourqurean
Hydrobiologia 569, 437-447, 2006
Nutrient effects on seagrass epiphyte community structure in Florida Bay
TA Frankovich, AR Armitage, AH Wachnicka, EE Gaiser, JW Fourqurean
Journal of Phycology 45 (5), 1010-1020, 2009
Wintering shorebird assemblages and behavior in restored tidal wetlands in southern California
AR Armitage, SM Jensen, JE Yoon, RF Ambrose
Restoration Ecology 15 (1), 139-148, 2007
Resistance to hurricane effects varies among wetland vegetation types in the marsh–mangrove ecotone
AR Armitage, CA Weaver, JS Kominoski, SC Pennings
Estuaries and Coasts 43, 960-970, 2020
The effects of coastal dune volume and vegetation on storm-induced property damage: Analysis from Hurricane Ike
JM Sigren, J Figlus, W Highfield, RA Feagin, AR Armitage
Journal of Coastal Research 34 (1), 164-173, 2018
Long-term effects of adding nutrients to an oligotrophic coastal environment
AR Armitage, TA Frankovich, JW Fourqurean
Ecosystems 14, 430-444, 2011
Evaluating salt marsh restoration success with an Index of Ecosystem Integrity
LA Staszak, AR Armitage
Journal of Coastal Research 29 (2), 410-418, 2013
Quantifying how changing mangrove cover affects ecosystem carbon storage in coastal wetlands
SP Charles, JS Kominoski, AR Armitage, H Guo, CA Weaver, ...
Ecology 101 (2), e02916, 2020
A System Level Analysis of Coastal Ecosystem Responses to Hurricane Impacts
CJ Patrick, L Yeager, AR Armitage, F Carvallo, VM Congdon, KH Dunton, ...
Estuaries and Coasts, 1-17, 2020
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