James W. Fourqurean
James W. Fourqurean
Professor of Biology, Florida International University
Verified email at fiu.edu
TitleCited byYear
Accelerating loss of seagrass across the globe threatens coastal ecosystems. Ecol
M Waycott, CM Duarte, TJB Carruthers, RJ Orth, WC Dennison, S Olyarnik, ...
PNA, 1-5, 2009
2299*2009
JW Fourqurean, KL Heck Jr, R
RJ Orth, TJB Carruthers, WC Dennison, CM Duarte
Hughes, G. Kendrick, WJ Kenworthy, S. Olyarnik, FT Short, M. Wycott and SL …, 2006
2275*2006
Seagrass ecosystems as a globally significant carbon stock
JW Fourqurean, CM Duarte, H Kennedy, N Marbà, M Holmer, MA Mateo, ...
Nature geoscience 5 (7), 505, 2012
8902012
Estimating global “blue carbon” emissions from conversion and degradation of vegetated coastal ecosystems
L Pendleton, DC Donato, BC Murray, S Crooks, WA Jenkins, S Sifleet, ...
PloS one 7 (9), e43542, 2012
6922012
Phosphorus limitation of primary production in Florida Bay: evidence from C: N: P ratios of the dominant seagrass Thalassia testudinum
JW Fourqurean, JC Zieman, GVN Powell
Limnology and Oceanography 37 (1), 162-171, 1992
4601992
Distribution, abundance and productivity of seagrasses and macroalgae in Florida Bay
JC Zieman, JW Fourqurean, RL Iverson
Bulletin of Marine Science 44, 292-311, 1989
4431989
Mass mortality of the tropical seagrass Thalassia testudinum in Florida Bay (USA)
MB Robblee, TR Barber, PR Carlson Jr, MJ Durako, JW Fourqurean, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series, 297-299, 1991
4401991
Seagrass sediments as a global carbon sink: Isotopic constraints
H Kennedy, J Beggins, CM Duarte, JW Fourqurean, M Holmer, N Marbà, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 24 (4), 2010
3732010
Florida Bay: a history of recent ecological changes
JW Fourqurean, MB Robblee
Estuaries 22 (2), 345-357, 1999
3471999
Seagrass community metabolism: Assessing the carbon sink capacity of seagrass meadows
CM Duarte, N Marbà, E Gacia, JW Fourqurean, J Beggins, C Barrón, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 24 (4), 2010
3252010
Patterns of groundwater discharge into Florida Bay
DR Corbett, J Chanton, W Burnett, K Dillon, C Rutkowski, JW Fourqurean
Limnology and Oceanography 44 (4), 1045-1055, 1999
3051999
The potential role of plant oxygen and sulphide dynamics in die‐off events of the tropical seagrass, Thalassia testudinum
J Borum, O Pedersen, TM Greve, TA Frankovich, JC Zieman, ...
Journal of Ecology 93 (1), 148-158, 2005
2592005
Seasonal and long-term trends in the water quality of Florida Bay (1989–1997)
JN Boyer, JW Fourqurean, RD Jones
Estuaries 22 (2), 417-430, 1999
2591999
State‐dependent risk‐taking by green sea turtles mediates top‐down effects of tiger shark intimidation in a marine ecosystem
MR Heithaus, A Frid, AJ Wirsing, LM Dill, JW Fourqurean, D Burkholder, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 76 (5), 837-844, 2007
2522007
Spatial characterization of water quality in Florida Bay and Whitewater Bay by principal component and cluster analyses: Zones of similar influence (ZSI)
JN Boyer, JW Fourqurean, RD Jones
Estuaries 20, 743-758, 1997
251*1997
Relationships between porewater nutrients and seagrasses in a subtropical carbonate environment
JW Fourqurean, JC Zieman, GVN Powell
Marine Biology 114 (1), 57-65, 1992
2471992
Spatial trends in water chemistry of Florida Bay and Whitewater Bay: Zones of similar influence (zone)
JN Boyer, JW Fourqurean, RD Jones
Estuaries 20, 743-758, 1997
238*1997
Process influencing water column nutrient characteristics and phosphorus limitation of phytoplankton biomass in Florida Bay, FL, USA: inferences from spatial distributions
JW Fourqurean, RD Jones, JC Zieman
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 36 (3), 295-314, 1993
2321993
Experimental evidence for nutrient limitation of seagrass growth in a tropical estuary with restricted circulation
GVN Powell, JW Kenworthy, JW Fourqurean
Bulletin of Marine Science 44 (1), 324-340, 1989
2231989
Seagrass dieoff in Florida Bay (USA): long-term trends in abundance and growth of turtle grass, Thalassia testudinum
JC Zieman, JW Fourqurean, TA Frankovich
Estuaries 22, 460-470, 1999
2121999
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