Michael J. Durako
Michael J. Durako
Professor of Biology and Marine Biology, University of North Carolina Wilmington
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TitleCited byYear
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
4431991
Impact of light limitation on seagrasses
PJ Ralph, MJ Durako, S Enriquez, CJ Collier, MA Doblin
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 350 (1-2), 176-193, 2007
3232007
Characterization of dissolved organic matter fluorescence in the South Atlantic Bight with use of PARAFAC model: Interannual variability
P Kowalczuk, MJ Durako, H Young, AE Kahn, WJ Cooper, M Gonsior
Marine chemistry 113 (3-4), 182-196, 2009
2912009
Characterization of CDOM in an organic-rich river and surrounding coastal ocean in the South Atlantic Bight
P Kowalczuk, WJ Cooper, RF Whitehead, MJ Durako, W Sheldon
Aquatic Sciences 65 (4), 384-401, 2003
2102003
Physiological effects of short-term salinity changes on Ruppia maritima
LR Murphy, ST Kinsey, MJ Durako
Aquatic Botany 75 (4), 293-309, 2003
1992003
Decadal changes in seagrass distribution and abundance in Florida Bay
MO Hall, MJ Durako, JW Fourqurean, JC Zieman
Estuaries 22 (2), 445-459, 1999
1751999
Forecasting responses of seagrass distributions to changing water quality using monitoring data
JW Fourqurean, JN Boyer, MJ Durako, LN Hefty, BJ Peterson
Ecological Applications 13 (2), 474-489, 2003
1532003
Characterization of chromophoric dissolved organic matter (CDOM) in the Baltic Sea by excitation emission matrix fluorescence spectroscopy
P Kowalczuk, J Stoń-Egiert, WJ Cooper, RF Whitehead, MJ Durako
Marine Chemistry 96 (3-4), 273-292, 2005
1502005
Seagrass distribution in south Florida: a multi-agency coordinated monitoring program
JW Fourqurean
Linkages Between Ecosystems in the South Florida Hydroscape, 2002
1492002
Characterization of dissolved organic matter fluorescence in the South Atlantic Bight with use of PARAFAC model: Relationships between fluorescence and its components …
P Kowalczuk, WJ Cooper, MJ Durako, AE Kahn, M Gonsior, H Young
Marine Chemistry 118 (1-2), 22-36, 2010
1382010
Photosynthetic characteristics of Thalassia testudinum measured in situ by pulse-amplitude modulated (PAM) fluorometry: methodological and scale-based considerations
MJ Durako, JI Kunzelman
Aquatic Botany 73 (2), 173-185, 2002
1242002
Seagrass meadows of Tampa Bay. A review.
RR Lewis III, MJ Durako, MD Moffler, RC Phillips
1211985
Seagrass die-off in Florida Bay (USA): changes in shoot demographic characteristics and population dynamics in Thalassia testudinum
MJ Durako
Marine ecology progress series. Oldendorf 110 (1), 59-66, 1994
1111994
Effects of Labyrinthula infection on the photosynthetic capacity of Thalassia testudinum
MJ Durako, KM Kuss
Bulletin of Marine Science 54 (3), 727-732, 1994
871994
Depth-related variability in the photobiology of two populations of Halophila johnsonii and Halophila decipiens
MJ Durako, JI Kunzelman, WJ Kenworthy, KK Hammerstrom
Marine Biology 142 (6), 1219-1228, 2003
812003
Variations in water clarity and bottom albedo in Florida Bay from 1985 to 1997
RP Stumpf, ML Frayer, MJ Durako, JC Brock
Estuaries 22 (2), 431, 1999
811999
Photosynthetic utilization of CO2(aq) and HCO 3 - in Thalassia testudinum (Hydrocharitaceae)
MJ Durako
Marine Biology 115 (3), 373-380, 1993
811993
Ecology of seagrasses in northeastern Saudi Arabia one year after the Gulf War oil spill
WJ Kenworthy, MJ Durako, SMR Fatemy, H Valavi, GW Thayer
Marine pollution bulletin 27, 213-222, 1993
761993
Photosynthetic rapid light curves (RLC) of Thalassia testudinum exhibit diurnal variation
EF Belshe, MJ Durako, JE Blum
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 342 (2), 253-268, 2007
742007
Thalassia testudinum seedling responses to changes in salinity and nitrogen levels
AE Kahn, MJ Durako
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 335 (1), 1-12, 2006
702006
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