Peggy Fong
Peggy Fong
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Nitrogen vs. phosphorus limitation of algal biomass in shallow coastal lagoons
P Fang, JB Zedler, RM Donohoe
Limnology and Oceanography 38 (5), 906-923, 1993
1771993
Is proximity to land-based sources of coral stressors an appropriate measure of risk to coral reefs? An example from the Florida Reef Tract
D Lirman, P Fong
Marine Pollution Bulletin 54 (6), 779-791, 2007
1322007
Competition with macroalgae and benthic cyanobacterial mats limits phytoplankton abundance in experimental microcosms
RMD Peggy Fong, JB Zedler
Marine Ecology Progress Series 100, 97-102, 1993
1301993
Elevated nutrient content of tropical macroalgae increases rates of herbivory in coral, seagrass, and mangrove habitats
KE Boyer, P Fong, AR Armitage, RA Cohen
Coral Reefs 23 (4), 530-538, 2004
1072004
Growth, nutrient storage, and release of dissolved organic nitrogen by Enteromorpha intestinalis in response to pulses of nitrogen and phosphorus
P Fong, JJ Fong, CR Fong
Aquatic Botany 78 (1), 83-95, 2004
1062004
Salinity stress, nitrogen competition, and facilitation: what controls seasonal succession of two opportunistic green macroalgae?
P Fong, KE Boyer, JS Desmond, JB Zedler
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 206 (1-2), 203-221, 1996
1051996
Developing an indicator of nutrient enrichment in coastal estuaries and lagoons using tissue nitrogen content of the opportunistic alga, Enteromorpha intestinalis (L. Link)
P Fong, KE Boyer, JB Zedler
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 231 (1), 63-79, 1998
1011998
Coral reef algae
P Fong, VJ Paul
Coral reefs: an ecosystem in transition, 241-272, 2011
922011
Nutrient concentration in tissue of the macroalga Enteromorpha as a function of nutrient history: an experimental evaluation using field microcosms
P Fong, RM Donohoe, JB Zedler
Marine Ecology Progress Series, 273-281, 1994
901994
Dramatic declines in mussel bed community diversity: response to climate change?
JR Smith, P Fong, RF Ambrose
Ecology 87 (5), 1153-1161, 2006
892006
Macroalgal bloom dynamics in a highly eutrophic southern California estuary
K Kamer, KA Boyle, P Fong
Estuaries 24 (4), 623-635, 2001
882001
EXPERIMENTAL EVIDENCE SUPPORTS THE USE OF δ15N CONTENT OF THE OPPORTUNISTIC GREEN MACROALGA ENTEROMORPHA INTESTINALIS (CHLOROPHYTA) TO DETERMINE NITROGEN SOURCES TO ESTUARIES 1
RA Cohen, P Fong
Journal of Phycology 41 (2), 287-293, 2005
862005
Influence of initial tissue nutrient status of tropical marine algae on response to nitrogen and phosphorus additions
P Fong, KE Boyer, K Kamer, KA Boyle
Marine Ecology Progress Series 262, 111-123, 2003
742003
Using opportunistic green macroalgae as indicators of nitrogen supply and sources to estuaries
RA Cohen, P Fong
Ecological Applications 16 (4), 1405-1420, 2006
722006
A dynamic size-structured population model: does disturbance control size structure of a population of the massive coral Gardineroseris planulata in the Eastern …
P Fong, PW Glynn
Marine biology 130 (4), 663-674, 1998
711998
Nitrogen uptake and assimilation in Enteromorpha intestinalis (L.) Link (Chlorophyta): using 15N to determine preference during simultaneous pulses of nitrate and ammonium
RA Cohen, P Fong
Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology 309 (1), 67-77, 2004
702004
Nutrient content of macroalgae with differing morphologies may indicate sources of nutrients for tropical marine systems
P Fong, K Kamer, KE Boyer, KA Boyle
Marine Ecology Progress Series 220, 137-152, 2001
692001
A fluctuating salinity regime mitigates the negative effects of reduced salinity on the estuarine macroalga, Enteromorpha intestinalis (L.) link
K Kamer, P Fong
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 254 (1), 53-69, 2000
692000
Hurricanes Cause Population Expansion of the Branching Coral Acropora palmata (Scleractinia): Wound Healing and Growth Patterns of Asexual Recruits
P Fong, D Lirman
Marine Ecology 16 (4), 317-335, 1995
691995
Salicornia virginica in a southern California salt marsh: seasonal patterns and a nutrient-enrichment experiment
KE Boyer, P Fong, RR Vance, RF Ambrose
Wetlands 21 (3), 315-326, 2001
682001
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