Prof. Karen L. Mckee

U.S. Geological Survey

Krauss, Ken W.; McKee, Karen L.; Lovelock, Catherine E.; Cahoon, Donald R.; Saintilan, Neil; Reef, Ruth; Chen, Luzhen, 2014. How mangrove forests adjust to rising sea level. New Phytologist 202 (1): 19-34. [Link]

Lee, S.Y., J.H. Primavera, F. Dahdouh-Guebas, K.L. McKee, J.O. Bosire, S. Cannicci, K. Diele, F. Fromard, N. Koedam, C. Marchand, I. Mendelssohn, N. Mukherjee, S. Record. 2014. Ecological roles and services of tropical mangrove ecosystems: A reassessment. Global Ecology and Biogeography 23 (7): 726-743 [Link]
Krauss, K.W., K.L. McKee, and M.W. Hester. 2014. Water use characteristics of black mangrove (Avicennia germinans) communities along an ecotone with marsh at a northern geographical limit. Ecohydrology 7 (2): 354-365 [Link]
Khan, Nicole S.; Horton, Benjamin P.; McKee, Karen L.; Jerolmack, Douglas ; Falcini, Federico ; Enache, Mihaela D.; Vane, Christopher H., 2013. Tracking sedimentation from the historic A.D. 2011 Mississippi River flood in the deltaic wetlands of Louisiana, USA. Geology 4(4): 391-394. [Link]
Middleton, Beth A.; McKee, Karen L., 2012. Can elevated CO2 modify regeneration from seed banks of floating freshwater marshes subjected to rising sea-level?. Hydrobiologia 683: 123-133. [Link]
Falcini, Federico; Khan, Nicole S.; Macelloni, Leonardo; Horton, Benjamin P.; Lutken, Carol B.; McKee, Karen L.; Santoleri, Rosalia; Colella, Simone; Li, Chunyan; Volpe, Gianluca; D’Emidio, Marco; Salusti, Alessandro; Jerolmack, Douglas J., 2012. Linking the historic 2011 Mississippi River flood to coastal wetland sedimentation. Nature Geoscience 5: 803-807. [Link]
Middleton, Beth A.; McKee, Karen L., 2011. Soil warming alters seed-bank responses across the geographic range of freshwaterTaxodium distichum (Cupressaceae) swamps. American Journal of Botany 98(12): 1943-1955. [Link]
McKee, K. L. , 2011. Biophysical controls on accretion and elevation change in Caribbean mangrove ecosystems.Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science 91: 475-483. [Link]
Middleton, B.A. and K.L. McKee. 2011. Soil warming alters seed bank responses across the geographic range of freshwater Taxodium distichum (Cupressaceae) swamps. Amer. J. Bot. 98 (12): 1943-1955. [Link]
Feller, I.C., C.E. Lovelock, U. Berger, K.L. McKee, S.B. Joye, and M.C. Ball. 2010. Biocomplexity in mangrove ecosystems. Annual Review of Marine Science 2: 395-417. [Link]
Brix, H. B. Lorenzen, I. A. Mendelssohn, K.L. McKee, S.L. Miao. 2010. Can differences in phosphorus uptake kinetics explain the distribution of cattail and sawgrass in the Florida Everglades? BMC Plant Biology 10: 23-37. [Link]
Li, S., J. Lissner, I.A. Mendelssohn, H. Brix, B. Lorenzen, K.L. McKee, and S.L. Miao. 2010. Nutrient and growth responses of cattail (Typha domingensis) to redox intensity and phosphate availability. Annals of Botany 105 (1): 175-184. [Link]
Langley, J.A.; McKee, K.L.; Cahoon, D.R.; Cherry, J.A.; Megonigala, J.P., 2009. Elevated CO2 stimulates marsh elevation gain, counterbalancing sea-level rise. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences106 (15): 6182-6186 [Link]
McKee, K.L., B.A. Middleton, C.E. Proffitt, and D.J. Devlin. 2009. Perspectives on mosquito impoundments in eastern Florida: Reply to Rey et al. (2009). Marine Ecology Progress Series 389: 301-306. [Link]
McKee, K.L. and W. C. Vervaeke. 2009. Impacts of human disturbance on soil erosion and habitat stability of mangrove-dominated islands in the Pelican Cays and Twin Cays Ranges, Belize. Smithsonian Institution Marine Science Network Proceedings 33: 415-428. [Link]
McKee, K.L. and J.A. Cherry. 2009. Hurricane Katrina sediment slowed elevation loss in subsiding brackish marshes of the Mississippi River delta. Wetlands 29: 2-15. [Link]
Cherry, J.A., K.L. McKee, and J.B. Grace. 2009. Elevated CO2 enhances biological contributions to elevation change in coastal wetlands by offsetting stressors associated with sea-level rise. Journal of Ecology 97: 67-77. [Link]