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Anna R. Armitage, Ph.D.
Anna R. Armitage, Ph.D.
Professor of Marine Biology, Texas A&M University at Galveston
Verified email at tamu.edu - Homepage
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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
1522015
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 (4), 530-538, 2004
1242004
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 (3), 422-434, 2005
1152005
Variable responses within epiphytic and benthic microalgal communities to nutrient enrichment
AR Armitage, TA Frankovich, JW Fourqurean
Hydrobiologia 569 (1), 423-435, 2006
822006
Coastal sand dunes and dune vegetation: Restoration, erosion, and storm protection
JM Sigren, J Figlus, AR Armitage
Shore & Beach 82 (4), 5-12, 2014
752014
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
732017
Upward cascading effects of nutrients: shifts in a benthic microalgal community and a negative herbivore response
AR Armitage, P Fong
Oecologia 139 (4), 560-567, 2004
732004
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
662006
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
652016
Nutrient impacts on epifaunal density and species composition in a subtropical seagrass bed
M Gil, AR Armitage, JW Fourqurean
Hydrobiologia 569 (1), 437-447, 2006
572006
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
522007
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
482009
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, 503, 2014
472014
Long-term effects of adding nutrients to an oligotrophic coastal environment
AR Armitage, TA Frankovich, JW Fourqurean
Ecosystems 14 (3), 430-444, 2011
452011
Evaluating salt marsh restoration success with an Index of Ecosystem Integrity
LA Staszak, AR Armitage
Journal of Coastal Research 29 (2), 410-418, 2013
422013
Native and exotic submerged aquatic vegetation provide different nutritional and refuge values for macroinvertebrates
CE Valinoti, CK Ho, AR Armitage
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 409 (1-2), 42-47, 2011
412011
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
402018
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
352020
Restoring assemblages of salt marsh halophytes in the presence of a rapidly colonizing dominant species
AR Armitage, KE Boyer, RR Vance, RF Ambrose
Wetlands 26 (3), 667-676, 2006
342006
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 (5), 960-970, 2020
302020
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