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Alldred, M., Borrelli, J., Hoellein, T., Bruesewitz, D., & Zarnoch, C. (2020). Marsh plants enhance coastal marsh resilience by changing sediment oxygen and sulfide concentrations in an urban, eutrophic estuary. Estuaries and Coasts, 43: 801-813.

Zarnoch, C. B., Hossain, N., Fusco, E., Alldred, M., Hoellein, T. J., & Perdikaris, S. (2020). Size and density of upside-down jellyfish, Cassiopea sp., and their impact on benthic fluxes in a Caribbean lagoon. Marine Environmental Research, 104845.

Zhu, J., Zarnoch, C., Gosnell, J., Alldred, M. & Hoellein, T. (2019). Ribbed mussels (Geukensia demissa) enhance nitrogen-removal services but not plant growth in restored eutrophic salt marshes. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 631, 67-80.

Mass Fitzgerald, A., Zarnoch, C., & Wallace, W. (2019). Examining the relationship between metal exposure (Cd and Hg), subcellular accumulation, and physiology of juvenile Crassostrea virginica. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 26 (25), 25958-25968.

Rosenzweig, B. R., Groffman, P. M., Zarnoch, C., Branco, B. F., Hartig, E. K., Fitzpatrick, J., Forgione, H. M., & Parris, A. (2018). Nitrogen regulation by natural systems in ‘unnatural’ landscapes: denitrification in ultra-urban coastal ecosystems. Ecosystem Health and Sustainability 4 (9), 205-224.

Zarnoch, C., Hoellein, T., Furman, B., & Peterson, B. (2017). Eelgrass meadows, Zostera marina, facilitate the ecosystem service of nitrogen removal during simulated nutrient pulses in Shinnecock Bay, New York, USA. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 124(1), 376-387.

Hoellein, T. J., Zarnoch, C., Bruesewitz, D. A., & DeMartini, J. (2017). Contributions of freshwater mussels (Unionidae) to nutrient cycling in an urban river: filtration, recycling, storage, and removal. Biogeochemistry, 135(3), 307-324.

Lindemann, S., Zarnoch, C., Castignetti, D., & Hoellein, T. (2016). Effect of eastern oysters (Crassostrea virginica) and seasonality on nitrite reductase gene abundance (nirS, nirK, nrfA) in an urban estuary. Estuaries and Coasts, 39, 218-232.

Handel, S. N., Marra, J., Kaunzinger, C., Bricelj, V.M., Zarnoch, C., Burger, J., Camhi, M., Rosenbaum, H. C., Colon, C. P., Jensen, O. P., & Schlesinger, M. D. (2016). Change and Resilience of Jamaica Bay's Ecological Systems. In E.W. Sanderson, W.D. Solecki, J.R. Waldman, A.S. Parris (Ed.), Prospects for Resilience: Insights from New York City’s Jamaica Bay (pp. 304). Island Press.

Zarnoch, C., Kraeuter, J., Beal, B., Bricelj, M., Flimilin, G., & Buhek, D. (2015). Geographic origin and culture method influence the overwinter mortality of juvenile hard clams, Mercenaria mercenaria (L.). Aquaculture, 440, 48-59.

Hoellein, T.J., Zarnoch, C., & Grizzle, R.E. (2015). Eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica) filtration, biodeposition, and sediment nitrogen cycling at two oyster reefs with contrasting water quality in Great Bay Estuary (New Hampshire, USA). Biogeochemistry, 122, 113-129.

Landau, B., Jones, D., Zarnoch, C., & Botton, M. (2015). Development of aquaculture methods to enhance horseshoe crab populations: An example from Delaware Bay. In Botton, M., Shin. P., Cheung S.G., and Carmichael, R. (Ed.), Changing Global Perspectives on Biology, Conservation and Management of Horseshoe Crabs (pp. 513-536). New York, NY: Springer.

Hoellein, T. J., & Zarnoch, C. (2014). Effect of eastern oysters (Crassostrea virginica) on sediment carbon and nitrogen dynamics in an urban estuary. Ecological Applications, 24, 271-286.

Zarnoch, C., & Schreibman, M. P. (2012). Growth and reproduction of eastern oysters, Crassostrea virginica, in a New York City estuary; Implications for restoration. Urban Habitats, 7(1).

Tzafrir-Prag, T., Schreibman, M.P., & Zarnoch, C. (2010). Estimation of nutrient requirements for Atlantic horseshoe crabs (Limulus polyphemus; Linnaeus) grown in captivity. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society, 41(6), 874-883.

Zarnoch, C., Schreibman, M.P., Colesante, R.T., & Timmons, M.B. (2010). Growth characteristics of walleye, Sander vitreus, using recirculating aquaculture system (RAS) technology. Journal of Applied Aquaculture, 22, 285-296.

Zarnoch, C., & Sclafani, M. (2010). Overwinter mortality and spring growth in selected and non-selected juvenile Mercenaria mercenaria. Aquatic Biology, 11, 53-63.

Schreibman, M.P., & Zarnoch, C. (2009). In Botton, M., Tanacredi, J. and Smith, D. (Ed.), Aquaculture methods and early growth of juvenile horseshoe crabs (Limulus Polyphemus). (pp. 501-511). New York: Biology and Conservation of Horseshoe Crabs. Springer Ltd.

Schreibman, M.P., & Zarnoch, C. (2009). In Burrell, G. and G. Allan (Ed.), Urban Aquaculture: using New York as a model (pp. 1148-1162). Cambridge: New Technologies in Aquaculture. Woodhead Publishing Limited.

Zarnoch, C., & Schreibman, M. P. (2008). Influence of temperature and food availability on the biochemical composition and mortality of juvenile Mercenaria mercenaria (L.) during the over-winter period. Aquaculture, 274, 81-91.

Zarnoch, C., Surier, A., Karney, R., Schreibman, M. P., & Gamss, S. (2008). Influence of triploidy on the biochemical composition and fiber size of bay scallop (Argopecten irradians; Lamarck) adductor muscle. Dynamic Biochemistry, Process Biotechnology and Molecular Biology, 2(1), 68-71.

Schreibman, M. P., & Zarnoch, C. (2005). In Edwards, P., Baker, D., and Desbonnet, A. (Ed.), Urban Aquaculture in Brooklyn, NY USA (pp. 207-221). Cambridge, MA.: Urban Aquaculture. CABI Publishing.