Publications by Donald Boesch

journal imagesUMCES researchers are recognized worldwide for their contribution to expanding our understanding of coastal, marine and terrestrial ecosystems. That contribution is most evident in the number and quality of peer-reviewed journal articles published each year.

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ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
2010

Restoration of ecologically important marine species and habitats is restricted by funding constraints and hindered by lack of information about trade-offs among restoration goals and the effectivenes

ISSUES IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
2009
Estuaries And Coasts
2008

Climate impacts on coastal and estuarine systems take many forms and are dependent on the local conditions, including those set by humans.

Estuaries And Coasts
2007

We update and reevaluate the scientific information on the distribution, history, and causes of continental shelf hypoxia that supports the 2001 Action Plan for Reducing, Mitigating, and Controlling H

Science
2007

Hurricanes Katrina and Rita showed the vulnerability of coastal communities and how human activities that caused deterioration of the Mississippi Deltaic Plain (MDP) exacerbated this vulnerability.

Ecol. Eng.
2006

Ecosystem-based management requires integration of multiple system components and uses, identifying and striving for sustainable outcomes, precaution in avoiding deleterious actions, and adaptation ba

Ecological Engineering
2005

This paper presents lessons learned about the function of a national review Committee (National Technical Review Committee-NTRC) for a major U.S.

Mar. Ecol.-Prog. Ser.
2005

This review provides an integrated synthesis with timelines and evaluations of ecological responses to eutrophication in Chesapeake Bay, the largest estuary in the USA.