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Amanda M. Nahlik
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Wetlands, carbon, and climate change
WJ Mitsch, B Bernal, AM Nahlik, Ü Mander, L Zhang, CJ Anderson, ...
Landscape ecology 28, 583-597, 2013
11602013
Where is the consensus? A proposed foundation for moving ecosystem service concepts into practice
AM Nahlik, ME Kentula, MS Fennessy, DH Landers
Ecological economics 77, 27-35, 2012
4072012
Carbon storage in US wetlands
AM Nahlik, MS Fennessy
Nature Communications 7 (Article number: 13835), doi:10.1038/ncomms13835, 2016
3962016
Creating wetlands: primary succession, water quality changes, and self-design over 15 years
WJ Mitsch, L Zhang, KC Stefanik, AM Nahlik, CJ Anderson, B Bernal, ...
Bioscience 62 (3), 237-250, 2012
2682012
Tropical wetlands: seasonal hydrologic pulsing, carbon sequestration, and methane emissions
WJ Mitsch, A Nahlik, P Wolski, B Bernal, L Zhang, L Ramberg
Wetlands ecology and management 18, 573-586, 2010
2652010
Tropical treatment wetlands dominated by free-floating macrophytes for water quality improvement in Costa Rica
AM Nahlik, WJ Mitsch
Ecological Engineering 28 (3), 246-257, 2006
2512006
Final ecosystem goods and services classification system (FEGS-CS)
DH Landers, AM Nahlik
Anonymous EPA United States Environmental Protection Agency. Report Number …, 2013
2072013
Methane emissions from tropical freshwater wetlands located in different climatic zones of Costa Rica
AM Nahlik, WJ Mitsch
Global Change Biology 17 (3), 1321-1334, 2011
1212011
Methane emissions from created riverine wetlands
AM Nahlik, WJ Mitsch
Wetlands 30, 783-793, 2010
842010
Tropical wetlands for climate change research, water quality management and conservation education on a university campus in Costa Rica
WJ Mitsch, J Tejada, A Nahlik, B Kohlmann, B Bernal, CE Hernández
Ecological Engineering 34 (4), 276-288, 2008
742008
Using ecological production functions to link ecological processes to ecosystem services
RJF Bruins, TJ Canfield, C Duke, L Kapustka, AM Nahlik, RB Schäfer
Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 13 (1), 52-61, 2017
602017
Ecological engineering of floodplains
WJ Mitsch, L Zhang, DF Fink, ME Hernandez, AE Altor, CL Tuttle, ...
Ecohydrology & Hydrobiology 8 (2-4), 139-147, 2008
592008
The effect of river pulsing on sedimentation and nutrients in created riparian wetlands
AM Nahlik, WJ Mitsch
Journal of environmental quality 37 (4), 1634-1643, 2008
402008
Sedimentation in created freshwater riverine wetlands: 15 years of succession and contrast of methods
WJ Mitsch, SM Nedrich, SK Harter, C Anderson, AM Nahlik, B Bernal
Ecological engineering 72, 25-34, 2014
332014
Final ecosystem goods and services classification system (FEGS-CS). US Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC
D Landers, A Nahlik
EPA/600/R-13/ORD-004914, 2013
312013
A framework to quantify the strength of ecological links between an environmental stressor and final ecosystem services
MD Bell, J Phelan, TF Blett, D Landers, AM Nahlik, G Van Houtven, ...
Ecosphere 8 (5), e01806, 2017
272017
Striving for consistency in the National Wetland Condition Assessment: developing a reference condition approach for assessing wetlands at a continental scale
AT Herlihy, ME Kentula, TK Magee, GA Lomnicky, AM Nahlik, ...
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 191, 1-20, 2019
252019
The beneficiary perspective: benefits and beyond
DH Landers, AM Nahlik, CR Rhodes
Routledge handbook of ecosystem services, 74-87, 2016
252016
Use of national-scale data to examine human-mediated additions of heavy metals to wetland soils of the US
AM Nahlik, KA Blocksom, AT Herlihy, ME Kentula, TK Magee, SG Paulsen
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 191, 1-24, 2019
242019
Final ecosystem goods and services classification system (FEGS-CS). EPA United States Environmental Protection Agency
DH Landers, AM Nahlik
Report number EPA/600/R-13/ORD-004914, 2013
182013
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