Peer Reviewed Publications

In Review

05.

Sharp S.J., Angelini C. Large predators enhance salt marsh resilience to drought

Accepted

2019

04.

Sharp S.J., Angelini C. 2019. Landscape composition and disturbance type drive salt marsh resilience to feral hog invasion. Biological Invasions 21(9):2857-2869. 

2018

03.

Crotty S.M., Sharp S.J., Bersoza A.C., Prince K., Cronk K., Johnson E., Angelini C. 2018. Foundation species patch configurations mediates biodiversity, stability and multifunctionality. Ecology Letters 21(11):1681-1692. 

2017

02.

Persico E.P.*, Sharp S.J., Angelini C. 2017. Feral hog disturbance alters carbon dynamics in southeastern US salt marshes. Marine Ecology Progress Series 580:57-68.

2016

01.

​Sharp, S.J., Angelini, C. 2016. Whether disturbances alter salt marsh soil structure dramatically affects Spartina alterniflora recolonization rate. Ecosphere e012540.

In preparation

Hensel, M.J., Silliman, B.R., Hensel, E., ​Sharp, S.J., Crotty, S., Byrnes J.E.K. An invasive megaconsumer reverses positive interactions that sustain coastal ecosystem resilience

Sharp, S.J., Kendall, A, Yuan, Y., Martin, S., Wan, L., Elgersma, K.J., Martina, J.P., Currie, W.S. Landscape drivers of nitrogen removal in emergent wetlands of the Great Lakes Basin.

Currie, W.S., Bourgeau-Chavez, L., Elgersma, K., Higman, P., Martina, J., Sharp, S.J., Vanderhaar, M. Wetland process modeling and remote sensing in the development of an adaptive management frameworkL Restoration of Phragmites-invaded coastal wetlands in the Great Lakes region.

* Denotes student mentee

2020

05.

Sharp S.J., Elgersma, K.J., Martina, J.P., Currie, W.C. In press. Hydrologic flushing rates driven nitrogen cycling and plant invasion in freshwater coastal wetland model. Ecological Applications. 

Sharp, S.J., Elgersma, K.J., Martina, J.P., Currie, W.C. Do pulse versus press nutrient loading regimes modulate the function of coastal wetlands along a climate change gradient?