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Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

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89)  Putnam-Duhon, L.A., J.R. White, R.P. Gambrell, and K.A. Rusch. 2017. Treatment of wastewater ammonium under varyingsalinity conditions within the marshland upwelling system.  Environmental Technology. In Review

88)  Ghaisas, N, K. Maiti, J.R White and M.J. Daniel. 2017.  Benthic iron and phosphorus release from river dominated shelf sediments under varying bottom water O2 concentrations: Implications for coastal hypoxia. STOTEN. In Review

87) VanZomeren, C.M., J.F. Berkowitz, C. Piercy, and J.R. White. 2017. Restoring a Degraded Marsh Using Thin Layer Sediment Placement:Short-term Effects on Soil Physical and Biogeochemical Properties. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science.  In Revision

86)  Bae, H-S, L. Huang, J.R. White, R.D. DeLaune, and A.V. Ogram. 2017. Response of Microbial Populations Regulating Nutrient Biogeochemical Cycles to Oiling of Coastal Saltmarshes from the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill.  Environmental Pollution.  In Review

85) DeLaune, R.D., T. Elsey-Quirk, H. Roberts, D. Wang, J.R. White. 2017. Comparison of Long-term vs Short-term Carbon and Nitrogen Sequestration Rates in Coastal River Delta Freshwater Marsh Soil. STOTEN In Review

84) Wang, D.Q., J.R. White, R.D. DeLaune, Z. Yu, and Y. Hu. 2017. Methane Flux from an Active Delta on the Mississippi River Deltaic Plain: Are Freshwater Deltaic Wetlands Hotspots of Methane Production in the Coastal Zone. Science of the Total Environment. In Revision

 

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83) Roy, E.D. N.T. *Nguyen, J.R. White. 2017.  Changes in estuarine sediment phosphorus fractions during a large-scale Mississippi River diversion.  Science of the Total Environment. 609:1248-1257.

            https://authors.elsevier.com/a/1VVEhB8cccmSB

              Click link above for a free access copy until Sept 24, 2017

82) *Wood, S.E.,  J.R. White and C.K. Armbruster. 2017. Microbial Processes Linked to Soil Organic Matter in a Restored and Natural Coastal Wetland in Barataria Bay, Louisiana. Ecological Engineering. 106 part A:507-514

81) Peyronnin, N.S., R.H. Caffey, J.H. Cowan, Jr., D. Justic, A.S. Kolker, S.B. Laska, A. McCorquodale, E. Melancon, Jr., J.A. Nyman, R.R. Twilley, J.M. Visser, J.R. White, J.G. Wilkins. 2017. Optimizing Sediment Diversion Operations: Working Group Recommendations for Integrating Complex Ecological and Social Landscape Interactions. Water. 9:368.

80) *Levine, B.M., J.R. White, R.D. DeLaune. K. Maiti. 2017. Impacts of Crude Oil Treatments on Oxidation-Reduction Status in Soil Cores from a Spartina Alterniflora Dominated Salt Marsh in Barataria Bay, Louisiana. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 81:647-653. 

              https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/07/170710091705.htm

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79) *Levine, B.M., J.R. White and R.D. DeLaune. 2017. Impacts of Long-Term Presence of buried Crude Oil on Salt Marsh Denitrification in Barataria Bay, Louisiana. Ecological Engineering, 99:454-461. doi:10.1016/j.ecoleng.2016.11.017.

78) Shaheen, S.M., T. Frohne, J.R. White, R.D. DeLaune, J. RInklebe. 2017. Redox-induced Mobilization of Copper Selenium and Zinc in Deltaic Soils originating from the Mississippi and Nile River Deltas: A better understanding of Biogeochemical Pocesses for Safer Environmental Management  Journal of Environmental Management. 186-SI:131-140   doi:10.1016/j.envman.2016.05.032

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77) *Hurst, N.R., J.R. White and J. Baustian. 2016. Nitrate Reduction in a Hydrologically Restored Bottomland Hardwood forest in the Mississippi River Watershed, Northern Louisiana. Soil Science Society of America Journal  80:1698-1705 doi:10.2136/sssaj2016.08.0250

76) Berkowitz, J.F., *L. Green, C.M. VanZomeren, J.R. White. 2016. Evaluating Soil Properties and Potential Nitrate Removal in Wetlands Created Using a Novel "Engineering with Nature" Based Dredged Material Placement Technique. Ecological Engineering 97:381-388. doi:10.1016/ j.ecoleng.2016.10.022

75) *Steinmuller, H.E., S.A. Graham, J.R. White, M. McKee, I.A. Mendelssohn. 2016. A Decadal-Scale Nutrient Loading Study in a Coastal Wetland:Impacts on Soil Microbial Processes. Ecological Engineering 97:58-63.  doi:10.1016/ j.ecoleng.2016.07.008 

74) *McKee, M., J.R. White L..A. Putnam Duhon. 2016. SImulated Storm Surge Effects on Freshwater Coastal Wetland Soil Porewater Salinity and Extractable Ammonium Levels: Implications for Marsh Recovery after Storm Surge. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 181-338-344.

73) DeLaune, R,D, J. RInklebe, H.H. Roberts and J.R. White. 2016. Trace Metal Concentrations in Marsh Profiles Under the Influence of an Emerging Delta (Atchafalaya River and Wax Lake Delta) Overlying a Several Thousand Year Old Mississippi River Delta Lobe. Soil and Sediment Contamination 25(3):552-562. doi:10:1080/15320383.2016.1174186

72) DeLaune, R.D., C.E. Sasser, E. Evers-Hebert, J.R. White and H.H. Roberts. 2016. Influence of the Wax Lake Sediment Diversion on Aboveground Plant Productivity and Carbon Storage in Deltaic Island and Mainland Coastal Marshes. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 177:83-89  doi:/10.1016/ j.ecss.2016.05.010

71) *Roy, E.D., E.A. Smith, S. Bargu, J.R. White. 2016. Will Mississippi River diversions designed for coastal restoration cause harmful algal blooms? Ecological Engineering 91: 350-364  doi:10.1016/j.ecoleng.2016.02.030

70) *Marks, B.W., L.G. Chambers, J.R. White. 2016. Effects of Fluctuating Salinity on Potential Denitrification in Coastal Wetland Soils and Sediments. Soil Science Society of America Journal 80:516-526  doi:10:2136/sssaj2015. 07.0265

69)  Shaheen, S.M., J. Rinklebe, T. Frohme, J.R. White, R.D. DeLaune. 2016. Redox Effects on Release Kinetics of Arsenic, Cadmium, Cobalt and Vanadium in Wax Lake Deltaic Freshwater Marsh Soils.  Chemosphere. 150: 740-748 doi:10:1016/j.chemospere.2015.12.043 

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68)  Wafulu, D., White, J.R., Canion,  A., Jagoe, C., Pathak, A. and Chauhan, A. 2015. Impacts of Long-Term Irrigation of Domestic Treated Wastewater on Soil Biogeochemistry and Bacterial Community Structure.  Applied and Environmental Microbiology 81:7143-7158.

67)  Adhikari, P.L., J.R. White and K. Maiti. 2015. Phosphorus Speciation and Sedimentary Phosphorus Release From the Gulf of Mexico Sediments: Implications for Hypoxia. Estuarine, Coast and Shelf Science. 164:77-85.

66) * Pietroski, J.P., J.R. White, R.D. DeLaune, J.J. Wang, S.K. Dodla. 2015. Fresh and Weathered Crude OIl Effects on Potential Denitrification Rates of Coastal Marsh Soil.  Chemosphere. 132:120-126.

65)  Roberts, H.H., R.D. DeLaune, J.R. White. C. Li, C.E. Sasser, D. Braud, E. Weeks, and S. Khalid. 2015. Floods and Cold Front Passages:Impacts on Coastal Marshes in a River Diversion Setting (Wax Lake Delta, Louisiana). Journal of Coastal Research. DOI: 10.2112/JCOASTRES-D-14-00173.1 

64) * Pietroski, J.P., J.R. White and R.D. DeLaune. 2015. Effect of Dispersant Used for Oil Spill Remediation on Critical N Cycling Processes in Louisiana Coastal Salt Marsh Soil. Chemosphere. 119:562-567.  

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63) *Roy, E.D., J.R. White, and M. Seibert. 2014. Societal phosphorus metabolism in future coastal environments: Insights from recent trends in Louisiana, USA. Global Environmental Change. 28:1-13.

62)  Shaheen, S.M., J. Rinklebe, J.R. White and R.D. DeLaune. 2014. Biogeochemical factors governing Co, Ni, Se and V dynamics in periodically flooded Egyptian Nile Delta Rice Soils. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 78: 1065-1078.

61)  Kolic, P., *E.D. Roy, J.R. White and R. Cook. 2014. Spectroscopic Measurements of Estuarine Dissolved Organic Matter Dynamics durng a Large-Scale Mississippi River Flood Diversion. Science of the Total Environment. 485-486:518-527.

60)  Zurita, F and J.R. White. 2014. Comparative study of three two-stage hybrid ecological wastewater treatment systems for producing high nutrient, reclaimed water for irrigation reuse in developing countries. Water 6:213-228.

59)  Deng, H., D. Wang, Z. Chen, J. Liu, S. Xu and J.R. White. 2014. Vertical dissolved inorganic nutrient fluxes in marsh and mudflat areas of the Yangtze estuary. Journal of Environmental Quality 43:745-752.

58)  Osborn, D., M. Hassan, S. Asadi, and J.R. White. 2014. Durability Quantification of TiO2 Surface Coating on Concrete and Asphalt Pavements. Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering. 26:331-337.

57)  *Berkowitz, J.F., E.A. Summers, C.V. Noble, J.R. White, and R.D. DeLaune. 2014. Investigation of biogeochemical functional proxies in headwater streams across a range of channel and catchment alterations occuring over time. Environmental Management. 53:534-548.

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56)  *Kiehn, W.M., J.R. White, and I.A. Mendelssohn. 2013. Biogeochemical recovery of oligohaline wetland soils experiencing a salinity pulse. Soil Science Society of America Journal 77: 2205-2215.

55)  *Theriot, J.M., J.L. Conkle, S. Reza Pezeshki, R.D. DeLaune, and J.R. White. 2013. Will hydrologic restoration of Mississippi River riparian wetlands improve their critical biogeochemical functions? Ecological Engineering 60: 192-198.

54)  *Berkowitz, J.F., and J.R. White. 2013. Linking Wetland Functional Rapid Assessment Models with Independent Hydrological and Biogeochemical Measurements. Soil Science Society of America Journal 77: 1442-1451.

53)  *Roy, E.D., J.R. White, E.A. Smith, S. Bargu, and C. Li. 2013. Estuarine Ecosystem Response to Three Large-scale Mississippi River Flood Diversion Events. Science of the Total Environment 458: 374-387.

52)  DeLaune, R.D., M. Kongchum, J.R. White, and A. Jgsujinda. 2013. Freshwater Diversions as an Ecosystem Managment Tool for Maintaining Soil Organic Matter Accretion in Coastal Marshes. Catena 107: 139-144.

51)  *VanZomeren, C.M., J.R. White, and R.D. DeLaune. 2013. Ammonification and Denitrification Rates in Coastal Louisiana Bayou Sediment and Marsh Soil: Implications for Mississippi River Diversion Management. Ecological Engineering 54: 77-81.

                     -----------------------------2012---------------------------------

50)  Zurita, F., C.L. Del Toro-Sanchez, M. Gutierrez-Lomeli, A. Rodriguez-Sahagun, O.A. Castellanos-Hernandez, G. Ramirez, and J.R. White. 2012. Preliminary Study on the Potential of Arsenic Removal by Subsurface Flow Constructed Mesocosms. Ecological Engineering 47: 101-104.

49)  Zhang, W., J.R. White, and R.D. DeLaune. 2012. Diverted Mississippi River Sediment as a Potential Phosphorus Source to Louisiana Water Quality.  Journal of Freshwater Ecology 47: 575-586.

48)  *Roy, E.D., and J.R. White. 2012. Nitrate Flux into the Sediments of a Shallow Oligohaline Estuary during Large Flood Pulses of Mississippi River Water. Journal of Environmental Quality 41: 1549-1556.

47)  *VanZomeren, C.M., J.R. White, and R.D. DeLaune. 2012. Fate of Nitrate in a Vegetated Brackish Coastal Marsh. Soil Science Society of America Journal 76: 1919-1927.

46)  *Putnam-Duhon, L., R.P. Gambrell, K.A. Rusch, and J.R. White. 2012. Nitrate Removal Potential within the Marshland Upwelling System. Journal of Environmental Science & Health Part A 47: 1739-1748.

45)  *Conkle, J.L., and J.R. White. 2012. Antibiotic Effects on Microbial Respiration in Two Wetland Soils. Journal of Environmental Science & Health Part A 47: 1381-1390.

44)  Moustafa, M.Z., J.R. White, C.C. Coghlan, and K.R. Reddy. 2012. Influence of Hydropattern and Vegetation on P Reduction in a Constructed Wetland Under High and Low Mass Loading Rates. Ecological Engineering 42: 134-145.

43)  Lewis, D.E., A. Chauhan, J.R. White, W. Overholt, S.J. Green, P. Jasrotia and D. Wafula. 2012. Microbial and Geochemical Assessment of Bauxite Un-mined and Post-mined Chronosequence Soils from Mocho Mountains, Jamaica. Microbial Ecology. 64(3):738-749.

42)  Kral, F., R. Corstanje, F. Veronesi, and J.R. White. 2012. A Geostatistical Analysis of Wetland Soil Properties in the Davis Pond Mississippi River Freshwater Diversion.  Soil Science Society of America Journal.76:1107-1118.

41)  Zurita, F., *E.D. Roy, and J.R. White. 2012. Municipal Wastewater Treatment in Mexico: the Current Status and Opportunities for using Ecological Treatment Systems. Environmental Technology 33: 1151-1158.

40)  Galvan, K., S. Bargu, J.R. White, C.Y. Li, M. Sullivan, and E. Weeks. 2012. The Effects of Two Consectutive Hurricanes on Basal Food Resources in a Louisiana Shallow Coastal Lagoon. Journal of Coastal Research. 28:407-420.

39)  DeLaune, R.D. and J.R. White. 2012. Will Coastal Wetlands Continue to Sequester Carbon in Response to Increase in Global Sea Level? A Case Study of the Rapidly Subsiding Mississippi River Deltaic Plain. Climactic Change. 110:297-314.  OPEN ACCESS  - click for PDF

38)  *Roy, E.D., N. Nguyen, S. Bargu, and J.R. White. 2012. Internal Loading of Phosphorus from Sediments of Lake Pontchartrain (Louisiana, USA) with Implications for Eutrophication. Hydrobiologia 684: 69-82.

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37)  *Land, L., J.R. White, and R.P. Gambrell. 2011. Microbial Responses to Wetland Soil-stabilizing Polymer Amendments for Coastal Restoration. Soil Science Society of America Journal 75: 2398-2406.

36)  *Lindstrom, S.M. and J.R. White. 2011. Reducing Phosphorus Flux from Organic Soils in Surface Flow Treatment Wetlands. Chemosphere 85: 625-629.

35)  Moustafa, M.Z., J.R. White, C. Coghlan, and K.R. Reddy. 2011. Influence of Hydropattern and Vegetation Type on Phosphorus Dynamics in Flow-Through Wetland Treatment Systems. Ecological Engineering 37: 1369-1378.

34)  Reddy, K.R., S. Newman, T.Z. Osborne, J.R. White, and C. Fitz. 2011. Phosphorus Cycling in the Greater Everglades Ecosystem: Legacy Phosphorus Implications for Management and Restoration. Critical Reviews in Environmental Science & Technology 41(6): 149-186.

33)  Li, C., J.R. White, C. Chen, H. Lin, E. Weeks, K. Galvan, and S. Bargu. 2011. Summertime Tidal Flushing of Barataria Bay: Transports of Water and Suspended Sediments. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans. DOI: 10.1029/2010JC006566

32)  Zurita, F., M.A. Belmont, J. De Anda, and J.R. White. 2011. Seeking a Way to Promote the Use of Constructed Wetlands for Domestic Wastewater Treatment in Developing Countries. Water Science & Technology 63(4): 654-659.

31)  Bargu, S, J.R. White, C.Y. Li, J. Czubakowski, R.W. Fulweiler. 2011. Effects of Freshwater Input on Nutrient Loading, Phytoplankton Biomass and Cyanotoxin Production in an Oligohaline Estuarine Lake. Hydrobiologia 661: 377-389.

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30) *Conkle, J.L., C. Lattao, J.R. White and R. Cook. 2010. Competitive Sorption and Desorption Behavior for Three Fluoroquinolone Antibiotics in a Wastewater Treatment Wetland Soil. Chemosphere 80: 1353-1359.

29) *Bostic, E.M. J.R. White, K.R. Reddy and R. Corstanje. 2010.  Evidence of Redistribution of Wetland Soil Phosphorus Ten Years after the Conclusion of P loading. Soil Science Society of America Journal 74: 1808-1815.

28)  Lewis, D.E, J. R. White, D. Wafula, R. Athar, T. Dickerson, H. N. Williams, A. Chauhan. 2010. Soil Functional Diversity Analysis of a Bauxite Mined Restoration Chronosequence. Microbial Ecology 59:710-723.

27) *Gardner, L.M. and J.R. White. 2010. Denitrification Enzyme Activity as an Indicator of Nitrate Movement through a Diversion Wetland.  Soil Science Society of America Journal 74: 1037 - 1047.           

26) *Malecki-Brown, L.M., J.R. White and H. Brix. 2010. Alum Application to Improve Water Quality in a Municipal Treatment Wetland: Effects of Macrophyte Growth and Nutrient Uptake. Chemosphere 79: 186 - 192.

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25) Li, CY, E. Swenson, E. Weeks and J.R. White. 2009. Asymmetric Tidal Straining Across an Inlet: Lateral Inversion and variability over a Tidal Cycle. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 85:651-660.

24) *Conkle, J.L., Lattao, C.V., White, J.R., Cook, R.L., 2009. Pharmaceutical Analysis for Environmental Samples: Individual and Simultaneous Determination of Ciprofloxacin, Ofloxacin and Norfloxacin Using an HPLC with Fluorescence and UV Detection with a Wetland Soil Matrix. Analytical Letters 42, 2937 - 2950.

23) White, J.R., R.W. Fulweiler, C.Y. Li, S. Bargu, N.D. Walker, R.R. Twilley, S.E. Green. 2009. Mississippi River flood of 2008: Observations of large freshwater diversion on physical, chemical, biological charachteristics of a shallow estuarine lake. Environmental Science and Technology. 43: 5599-5604.

22) White, J.R., R.D. DeLaune, C.Y, Li, and S. Bentley. 2009.  Distribution of methyl and total mercury in Louisiana and Georgia shelf sediments.  Analytical Letters. 42: 1219-1231.

21) Belmont, M.A. J.R. White and K.R. Reddy. 2009.  Phosphorus sorption characteristics of sediments in Lake Istokpoga and the upper chair of lakes. Journal of Environmental Quality. 38: 987-996.

20) *Malecki-Brown, L.M. and J.R. White. 2009.  Phosphorus sequestration in aluminum amended soils from a municipal wastewater treatment wetland. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 73: 852-861.

19) *Malecki-Brown, L.M., J.R. White and M. Sees. 2009. Water quality improvement due to alum additions in a treatment wetland.  Journal of Environmental Quality. 38: 814-821.

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18) *Conkle, J.L., J.R.White and C.D. Metcalfe. 2008. Removal of pharmaceutically active compounds in a lagoon wetland wastewater treatment system. Chemosphere. 73:1741-1748.

17) *Grace, K.A. F.E. Dierberg, T.A. DeBusk and J.R.White. 2008. Phosphorus uptake by Typha leaf litter as affected by oxygen availability. Wetlands 28:817-826.

16) White, J.R., M. Sees, R. Corstanje and *L.M. Gardner. 2008. Biomass removal and nitrogen and phosphorus release from a prescribed burn in a treatment wetland. Journal of Environmental Quality. 37:2386-2391.

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15) *Malecki-Brown, L.M, J.R. White and K.R. Reddy 2007. Soil biogeochemical characteristics influenced by alum application in a municipal wastewater treatment wetland. Journal of Environmental Quality 36:1904-1913.

14) Reddy, K.R., Y. Wang, M.M. Fisher, J.R. White and R.T. James.  2007.  Potential effects of sediment dredging on internal phosphorus loading in a shallow subtropical lake. Lake and Reservoir Management 23:27-38.

13) *Bostic, E.M. and J.R. White. 2007.  Phosphorus and vegetation effects on P retention in wetland soil after a drawdown/reflood event. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 71:233-238.

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12) White, J.R., M.A. Belmont and C.D. Metcalfe. 2006. Pharmaceutical compounds in wastewater: wetland treatment as a potential solution. TheScientificWorld Journal 6:1731-1736.

11) Wang, H., Jawitz, J.W., White, J.R. and Martinez, C.J. and Sees, M.D. 2006. Rejuvenating the largest municipal treatment wetland in Florida. Ecological Engineering 26:132-146.

10) White, J.R., K.R. Reddy and J.M. Newman. 2006.  Hydrology and vegetation effects on water quality in subtropical constructed wetlands. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 70:1242-1251.

                    ------------------------ Prior to 2005 -------------------------------

9) White, J. R., K.R. Reddy, and M.Z. Moustafa. 2004. Influence of hydrology and vegetation on phosphorus retention in Everglades stormwater treatment wetlands. Hydrological Processes 18:343-355.

8) *Malecki, L.M, J.R. White and K.R. Reddy. 2004.  Nitrogen and phosphorus flux rates from sediment in the lower St. Johns River estuary. Journal of Environmental Quality 33:1545-1555.

7) White, J.R. and Reddy, K.R. 2003.  Potential nitrification and denitrification rates in a phosphorus-impacted subtropical peatland. Journal of Environmental Quality 32:2436-2443.

6) White, J.R. and Reddy, K.R. 2001. Effect of select inorganic electron acceptors on organic nitrogen mineralization in northern Everglades soils. Soil Science Society of America J. 65:941-948.

5) White, J.R. and Reddy, K.R., 2000. The effects of phosphorus loading on organic nitrogen mineralization of soils and detritus along a nutrient gradient in the northern Everglades, Florida.  Soil Science Society of America J. 64:1525-1534.

4) White, J.R. and Reddy, K.R., 1999. The influence of nitrate and phosphorus loading on denitrifying enzyme activity in Everglades wetland soils. Soil Science Society of America J. 63:1945-1954.

3) Parkinson, R.W. and White, J.R., 1994.  Erosional shoreface retreat of a storm dominated mixed siliciclastic/ carbonate province, east central Florida, Journal of Sed. Research, 64:408-415.

2) Parkinson, R.W., DeLaune, R.D. and White, J.R.  1994. Holocene sea-level rise and the fate of mangrove forests within the wider Caribbean region.  Journaof Coastal Research 10:1077-1086.

1) Parkinson, R.W., Wang, T.C., White, J.R., David, J.R. and Hoffman, M.E. 1993.  Distribution and migration of pesticide residues in mosquito control impoundments, Saint Lucie County, Florida, USA.  Environmental Geology, vol. 22:26-32.

   

Refereed Book Chapters

12) White, J.R., M. Sees, and M. Jerauld. 2017. The Long-term Use of Treatment Wetlands for Total Phosphorus Removal:Can Performance Be Rejuvinated with Adaptive Management? In Nagabhatla, N, Metcalfe C.D. (eds) Multifunctional Wetlands:Pollution Abatement by Natural and Constructed Wetlands.  Springer  In Press.

11) *Steinmuller, H., J.R. White and F. Zurita. 2016. Nitrogen Cycling in Treatment Wetlands. In Humedales de Tratamiento: Una Alternativa para America Latina (In Spanish)  English Title: Treatment Wetlands: An alternative for Latin America.  In Press

10) Zurita, F. and White, J.R. 2015. Comparative Study of Three two-stage Hybrid Ecological Wastewater Treatment Systems for Producing High Nutrient, Reclaimed Water for Irrigation Reuse in Developing Countries. In Water Treatment in Developed and Developing Nations: An International Perspective.  V.M. Monsalvo (ed)  Apple Academic Press  pp. 3-24.

9) Li, C., J.R. White, and S. Bargu. 2013. On the Calculation of the Flux of Materials through Wetlands and Estuaries under Oscillatory Motions. In Methods in Biogeochemistry of Wetlands. R.D. DeLaune, K.R. Reddy, C.J. Richardson, and J.P. Megonigal (eds.), Soil Science Society of America Book Series no. 10. pp. 937-948.

8) *Roy, E.D., and J.R. White. 2013. Measurements of Nitrogen Mineralization Potential in Wetland Soils. In Methods in Biogeochemistry of Wetlands. R.D. DeLaune, K.R. Reddy, C.J. Richardson, and J.P. Megonigal (eds.), Soil Science Society of America Book Series no. 10. pp. 465-472.

7) *Conkle, J.L., C.D. Metcalfe, and J.R. White. 2013. Methods for Determining Emerging Contaminants in Wetland Matrices. In Methods in Biogeochemistry of Wetlands. R.D. DeLaune, K.R. Reddy, C.J. Richardson, and J.P. Megonigal (eds.), Soil Science Society of America Book Series no. 10. pp. 841-856.

6) Rivera-Monroy, V.H., R.D. Delaune, A.B. Owens, J. Visser, J.R. White, R.R. Twilley, H. Hernandez-Trejo, and J.A. Benitez. 2011. Removal of Physical Materials from Systems: Loss of Space, Area, and Habitats. In Treatise on Estuarine and Coastal Science Vol. 8. E. Wolanski and D.S. McLusky (eds.), Waltham: Academic Press. pp. 185-215.

5) White, J.R. and Reddy, K.R. 2009. Biogeochemical Dynamics I: Nitrogen cycling in wetlands. In The Wetlands Handbook.  E. Maltby and T Barber (eds.) Blackwell Publishing. ISBN 978-0-632-05255-4.

4) White, J.R., J. Hendrickson, J.L. Conkle. 2008. Effect of changing land use on water quality in the coastal zone.  In A. Fares and A.I. El-Kadi (eds.) Land Management Impacts on Coastal Watershed Hydrology, WIT Press, Southhampton, UK. pp 199-215. ISBN 978-1-84564-091-0.

3) White, J.R. and M.A. Belmont. 2005.  Wetlands for treatment of nutrient laden runoff from agricultural lands: models and Stormwater Treatment Area 1W as a case study for protection of the Everglades Ecosystem, USA. In E.J. Dunne, K.R. Reddy and O.T. Carton (eds.) Nutrient Management in Agricultural Watersheds: A Wetland Solution. Wageningen Academic Publishers. The Netherlands, pp. 61-66. ISBN 9076998612.

2) DeBusk, W.F., J.R. White and K.R. Reddy. 2001.  Carbon and nitrogen dynamics in wetland soils In Modeling Carbon and Nitrogen Dynamics for Soil Management.  Shaffer, M.J., Ma, L. and Hansen, S. (eds.) Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton, FL. pp.27-53.  ISBN 1566705290.

1) Reddy, K.R., J.R. White, A.L. Wright and T.T. Chua. 1999.  Influence of phosphorus loading on microbial processes in soil and water column of wetlands.  In Phosphorus Biogeochemistry in Subtropical Ecosystems.  K.R.Reddy, G. A. O’Connor, and C. L. Schelske (eds.) CRC. Press.  pp 249-273.  ISBN 156670331X.