Jeremy Testa
Jeremy Testa
Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
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Temporal responses of coastal hypoxia to nutrient loading and physical controls
WM Kemp, JM Testa, DJ Conley, D Gilbert, JD Hagy
Biogeosciences 6 (12), 2985-3008, 2009
Biogeochemical controls on coastal hypoxia
K Fennel, JM Testa
Annual Review of Marine Science 11, 105-130, 2019
Long-term nutrient reductions lead to the unprecedented recovery of a temperate coastal region
JS Lefcheck, RJ Orth, WC Dennison, DJ Wilcox, RR Murphy, J Keisman, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (14), 3658-3662, 2018
The metabolism of aquatic ecosystems: history, applications, and future challenges
PA Staehr, JM Testa, WM Kemp, JJ Cole, K Sand-Jensen, SV Smith
Aquatic Sciences 74, 15-29, 2012
Redox reactions and weak buffering capacity lead to acidification in the Chesapeake Bay
WJ Cai, WJ Huang, GW Luther III, D Pierrot, M Li, J Testa, M Xue, ...
Nature Communications 8 (1), 369, 2017
Sediment flux modeling: Simulating nitrogen, phosphorus, and silica cycles
JM Testa, DC Brady, DM Di Toro, WR Boynton, JC Cornwell, WM Kemp
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 131, 245-263, 2013
Quantifying the effects of nutrient loading on dissolved O2 cycling and hypoxia in Chesapeake Bay using a coupled hydrodynamic–biogeochemical model
JM Testa, Y Li, YJ Lee, M Li, DC Brady, DM Di Toro, WM Kemp, ...
Journal of Marine Systems 139, 139-158, 2014
Top-down control of phytoplankton by oysters in Chesapeake Bay, USA: Comment on Pomeroy et al.(2006)
RIE Newell, WM Kemp, JD Hagy III, CF Cerco, JM Testa, WR Boynton
Marine Ecology Progress Series 341, 293-298, 2007
Natural and anthropogenic drivers of acidification in large estuaries
WJ Cai, RA Feely, JM Testa, M Li, W Evans, SR Alin, YY Xu, G Pelletier, ...
Annual Review of Marine Science 13, 23-55, 2021
What drives interannual variability of hypoxia in Chesapeake Bay: Climate forcing versus nutrient loading?
M Li, YJ Lee, JM Testa, Y Li, W Ni, WM Kemp, DM Di Toro
Geophysical Research Letters 43 (5), 2127-2134, 2016
Oxygen and nutrient exchanges at the sediment-water interface: a global synthesis and critique of estuarine and coastal data
WR Boynton, MAC Ceballos, EM Bailey, CLS Hodgkins, JL Humphrey, ...
Estuaries and coasts 41, 301-333, 2018
Hypoxia‐induced shifts in nitrogen and phosphorus cycling in Chesapeake Bay
JM Testa, WM Kemp
Limnology and Oceanography 57 (3), 835-850, 2012
Submersed aquatic vegetation in Chesapeake Bay: sentinel species in a changing world
RJ Orth, WC Dennison, JS Lefcheck, C Gurbisz, M Hannam, J Keisman, ...
Bioscience 67 (8), 698-712, 2017
Challenges associated with modeling low-oxygen waters in Chesapeake Bay: a multiple model comparison
ID Irby, MAM Friedrichs, CT Friedrichs, AJ Bever, RR Hood, ...
Biogeosciences 13 (7), 2011-2028, 2016
Progress and challenges in coupled hydrodynamic-ecological estuarine modeling
NK Ganju, MJ Brush, B Rashleigh, AL Aretxabaleta, P Del Barrio, ...
Estuaries and Coasts 39, 311-332, 2016
Sediment flux modeling: Calibration and application for coastal systems
DC Brady, JM Testa, DM Di Toro, WR Boynton, WM Kemp
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 117, 107-124, 2013
Long-term changes in water quality and productivity in the Patuxent River estuary: 1985 to 2003
JM Testa, WM Kemp, WR Boynton, JD Hagy
Estuaries and Coasts 31, 1021-1037, 2008
Ecological forecasting and the science of hypoxia in Chesapeake Bay
JM Testa, JB Clark, WC Dennison, EC Donovan, AW Fisher, W Ni, ...
BioScience 67 (7), 614-626, 2017
Nutrient-and climate-induced shifts in the phenology of linked biogeochemical cycles in a temperate estuary
JM Testa, RR Murphy, DC Brady, WM Kemp
Frontiers in Marine Science 5, 114, 2018
Dissolved iron cycling in the subterranean estuary of a coastal bay: Waquoit Bay, Massachusetts
JM Testa, MA Charette, ER Sholkovitz, MC Allen, A Rago, CW Herbold
The Biological Bulletin 203 (2), 255-256, 2002
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