Edward T. Sherwood
Edward T. Sherwood
Senior Scientist, Tampa Bay Estuary Program
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Human activities and climate variability drive fast‐paced change across the world's estuarine–coastal ecosystems
JE Cloern, PC Abreu, J Carstensen, L Chauvaud, R Elmgren, J Grall, ...
Global change biology 22 (2), 513-529, 2016
Ecosystem responses to long-term nutrient management in an urban estuary: Tampa Bay, Florida, USA
H Greening, A Janicki, ET Sherwood, R Pribble, JOR Johansson
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 151, A1-A16, 2014
A multiscale approach to seagrass recovery in Tampa Bay, Florida
HS Greening, LM Cross, ET Sherwood
Ecological Restoration 29 (1-2), 82-93, 2011
Tampa Bay (Florida, USA) documenting seagrass recovery since the 1980’s and reviewing the benefits
ET Sherwood, HS Greening, JOR Johansson, K Kaufman, GE Raulerson
Southeastern Geographer 57 (3), 294-319, 2017
Potential impacts and management implications of climate change on Tampa Bay estuary critical coastal habitats
ET Sherwood, HS Greening
Environmental management 53 (2), 401-415, 2014
Variations in water clarity and chlorophyll a in Tampa Bay, Florida, in response to annual rainfall, 1985–2004
G Morrison, ET Sherwood, R Boler, J Barron
Estuaries and Coasts 29 (6), 926-931, 2006
Tampa Bay estuary: Monitoring long-term recovery through regional partnerships
ET Sherwood, HS Greening, AJ Janicki, DJ Karlen
Regional Studies in Marine Science 4, 1-11, 2016
Widespread recovery of seagrass coverage in Southwest Florida (USA): Temporal and spatial trends and management actions responsible for success
D Tomasko, M Alderson, R Burnes, J Hecker, J Leverone, G Raulerson, ...
Marine pollution bulletin 135, 1128-1137, 2018
Social factors key to landscape-scale coastal restoration: Lessons learned from three US case studies
BM DeAngelis, AE Sutton-Grier, A Colden, KK Arkema, CJ Baillie, ...
Sustainability 12 (3), 869, 2020
Blue carbon: an additional driver for restoring and preserving ecological services of coastal wetlands in Tampa Bay (Florida, USA)
L Sheehan, ET Sherwood, RP Moyer, KR Radabaugh, S Simpson
Wetlands 39 (6), 1317-1328, 2019
Regional monitoring programs in the United States: Synthesis of four case studies from Pacific, Atlantic, and Gulf Coasts
K Schiff, PR Trowbridge, ET Sherwood, P Tango, RA Batiuk
Regional Studies in Marine Science 4, A1-A7, 2016
Salinity preference in hatchery-reared juvenile red drum
DC Parkyn, DJ Murie, ET Sherwood
TheScientificWorldJOURNAL 2, 1334-1339, 2002
Assessment of the cumulative effects of restoration activities on water quality in Tampa Bay, Florida
MW Beck, ET Sherwood, JR Henkel, K Dorans, K Ireland, P Varela
Estuaries and Coasts 42 (7), 1774-1791, 2019
Postrelease rate of loss of juvenile red drum stocked out of season in the Chassahowitzka National Wildlife Refuge, Florida
ET Sherwood, DJ Murie, DC Parkyn
North American journal of fisheries management 24 (4), 1469-1479, 2004
Tampa Bay Tidal Tributary Habitat Initiative project: final report and management recommendations
ET Sherwood
Tampa Bay Estuary Program Technical Report 2, 78pp, 2008
Seagrass recovery in Tampa Bay, Florida
HS Greening, A Janicki, ET Sherwood
The Wetland Book. Springer, Netherlands, 1-12, 2016
Variations in Water Clarity and Chlorophyll a in Tampa Bay, Florida
G Morrison, ET Sherwood, R Boler, J Barron
Response to Annual Rainfall 2004, 926-931, 1985
Seagrass recovery in tampa Bay, Florida (USA)
H Greening, A Janicki, ET Sherwood
The Wetland Book: II: Distribution, Description, and Conservation(Dordrecht …, 2018
The effects of Hurricane Irma on seagrass meadows in previously eutrophic estuaries in Southwest Florida (USA)
D Tomasko, M Alderson, R Burnes, J Hecker, N Iadevaia, J Leverone, ...
Marine Pollution Bulletin 156, 111247, 2020
A multimetric nekton index for monitoring, managing and communicating ecosystem health status in an urbanized Gulf of Mexico estuary
MN Schrandt, TC MacDonald, ET Sherwood, MW Beck
Ecological Indicators 123, 107310, 2021
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