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Nina Caraco

Tall, L., Nina F. Caraco, and R.J. Maranger. 2011. “Denitrification Hot Spots: Dominant Role Of Invasive Macrophyte Trapa Natans In Removing Nitrogen From A Tidal River”. Ecol. Appl. 21: 3104-3114.
Findlay, Stuart E. G., William H. McDowell, David T. Fischer, Michael L. Pace, Nina F. Caraco, Sujay S. Kaushal, and Kathleen C. Weathers. 2010. “Total Carbon Analysis May Overestimate Organic Carbon Content Of Fresh Waters In The Presence Of High Dissolved Inorganic Carbon”. Limnol. Oceanogr. Methods 8: 196-201.
Kornijow, R., David L. Strayer, and Nina F. Caraco. 2010. “Macroinvertebrate Communities Of Hypoxic Habitats Created By An Invasive Plant (Trapa Natans) In The Freshwater Tidal Hudson River”. Fundam. Appl. Limnol. 176: 199-207.
Caraco, Nina F., J.E. Bauer, Jonathan J. Cole, S.T. Petsch, and Peter A. Raymond. 2010. “Millennial-Aged Organic Carbon Subsidies To A Modern River Food Web”. Ecology 91: 2385-2393.
Caraco, Nina F. 2009. “Phosphorus In Inland Waters”. In G.e. Likens (Ed.). The Encyclopedia Of Inland Waters. Oxford: Elsevier.
Goodwin, K., Nina F. Caraco, and Jonathan J. Cole. 2008. “Temporal Dynamics Of Dissolved Oxygen In A Floating Leaved Macrophyte Bed”. Freshwater Biol. 53: 1632-1641.
Strayer, David L., Michael L. Pace, Nina F. Caraco, Jonathan J. Cole, and Stuart E. G. Findlay. 2008. “Hydrology And Grazing Jointly Control A Large-River Food Web”. Ecology 89: 12-18.
Maranger, R.J., Nina F. Caraco, J. Duhamel, and M. Amyot. 2008. “Nitrogen Transfer From Sea To Land Via Commercial Fisheries”. Nature Geoscience 1: 111-113.
Cole, Jonathan J., Y.T. Prairie, Nina F. Caraco, William H. McDowell, Lars J. Tranvik, R.G. Striegl, C. M. Duarte, et al. 2007. “Plumbing The Global Carbon Cycle: Integrating Inland Waters Into The Terrestrial Carbon Budget”. Ecosystems 10: 171-184.
Fernald, S. H., Nina F. Caraco, and Jonathan J. Cole. 2007. “Changes In Cyanobacterial Dominance Following The Invasion Of The Zebra Mussel Dreissena Polymorpha: Long-Term Results From The Hudson River Estuary”. Estuaries And Coasts 30: 163-170.