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  1. Quantifying disturbance and recovery in estuaries: tropical cyclones and high frequency measures of oxygen and salinity. Buelo, C. D., A. F. Besterman, J. A. Walter, M. L. Pace, D. T. Ha, S. J. Tassone. In review.

  2. Rising watershed and bay temperatures: ecological implications and management responses - a STAC Workshop. 2022. Batiuk, R., Brownson, K., Dennison, W., Ehrhart, M., Hanson, J., Landry, B., Reichert-Nguyen, J., Soueidan, J., Tassone, S., Vogt, B. STAC Publication Number 23-001. Edgewater, MD.

  3. Increasing heatwave frequency in streams and rivers of the United States. 2022; Tassone, S. J., A. F. Besterman, C. D. Buelo, D. T. Ha, J. A. Walter, M. L. Pace In press: Limnology and Oceanography Letters.

  4. An algorithm for detecting and quantifying disturbance and recovery in high-frequency time series. 2022; Walter, J. A., A. F. Besterman, C. D. Buelo, S. J. Tassone, J. Atkins, M. L. Pace Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 20(6) 338-349

  5. Co-occurrence of aquatic heatwaves with atmospheric heatwaves, low dissolved oxygen, and low pH events in estuarine ecosystems. 2022; Tassone, S. J., A. F. Besterman, C. D. Buelo, J. A. Walter, M. L. Pace Estuaries and Coasts 45(3) 707-720

  6. The influence of storm events on metabolism and water quality of riverine and estuarine segments of the James, Mattaponi, and Pamunkey rivers. 2020; Bukaveckas, P. A., S. J. Tassone, W. Lee, R. B. Franklin Estuaries and Coasts 43(7) 1585-1602

  1. Seasonal, interannual, and longitudinal patterns in estuarine metabolism derived from diel oxygen data using multiple computational approaches. 2019; Tassone, S. J., P. A. Bukaveckas Estuaries and Coasts 42(4) 1032-1051

  2. Cyanobacteria and cyanotoxins at the river-estuarine transition. 2018; Bukaveckas, P. A., R. B. Franklin, S. J. Tassone, B. Trache, T. Egerton Harmful Algae 76, 11-21

  3. On the use of climate covariates in aquatic species distribution models: are we at risk of throwing out the baby with the bath water? 2018; McGarvey, D. J., M. Menon, T. Woods, S. J. Tassone, J. Reese, M. Vergamini, E. Kellogg Ecography 41(4) 695-712

  4. Microcystin in aquatic food webs of the Baltic and Chesapeake Bay regions. 2017; Bukaveckas, P. A., J. Lesutiene, Z. R. Gasiunaite, L. Lozys, I. Olenina, R. Pilkaityte, Z. Putys, S. J. Tassone, J. Wood Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 191, 50-59

  5. Biotransport of algal toxins to riparian food webs. 2016; Moy, N. J., J. Dodson, S. J. Tassone, P. A. Bukaveckas, L. P. Bulluck Environmental Science & Technology 50(18) 10007-10014