First, second or last authorship in peer-reviewed international journals
Beheshti, K. M., K. Wasson, C. Angelini, B. R. Silliman, and B. B. Hughes. 2021. Long-term study reveals top-down effect of crabs on a California salt marsh. Ecosphere 12(8):e03703. 10.1002/ecs2.3703
Wasson, K., Tanner, K.E., Woofolk, A., McCain, S. and Suraci, J.P. 2021. Top-down and sideways: Herbivory and cross-ecosystem connectivity shape restoration success at the salt marsh-upland ecotone. Plos One 16(2), p.e0247374.
Thomsen, A.S., Krause, J., Appiano, M., Tanner, K.E., Endris, C., Haskins, J., Watson, E.B., Woolfolk, A., Fountain, M.C., Wasson, K. 2021. Monitoring vegetation dynamics at a tidal marsh restoration site: integrating field Methods, remote sensing and modeling. Estuaries and Coasts, DOI: 10.1007/s12237-021-00977-4
Haskins, J., Endris, C., Thomsen, A. S., Gerbl, F., Fountain, M. C., & Wasson, K. 2021. UAV to inform restoration: a case study from a California tidal marsh. Frontiers in Environmental Science, 9, 81. https://doi.org/10.3389/fenvs.2021.642906.
Ridlon, A.D., Wasson, K., Waters, T., Adams, J., Donatuto, J., Fleener, G., Froehlich, H., Govender, R., Kornbluth, A., Lorda, J. and Peabody, B., 2021b. Conservation aquaculture as a tool for imperiled marine species: Evaluation of opportunities and risks for Olympia oysters, Ostrea lurida. Plos One, 16(6), https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0252810
Ridlon, A. D., Marks, ..8 other authors…. & Wasson, K. 2021a. Conservation of marine foundation species: learning from native oyster restoration from California to British Columbia. Estuaries and Coasts, https://doi.org/10.1007/s12237-021-00920-7
Wasson, K., Gossard, D.J., …7 other authors…and Hughes, B.B. 2020. A scientific framework for conservation aquaculture: A case study of oyster restoration in central California. Biological Conservation, 250, p.108745.
Fork, S., Pernet, B., Wasson, K. 2020. Establishment of an extensive breeding population of a marine pulmonate snail far poleward of its previously documented range. Marine Biodiversity Records 13:5.
Wasson, K., Fabian R.A.,…13 other authors…and Byers, JE. 2020. Multiple factors contribute to the spatially variable and dramatic decline of an invasive snail in an estuary where it was long-established and phenomenally abundant. Biological Invasions 22: 1181-1202
Wasson, K., Ganju, N.,…7 other authors… and Raposa, K.B. 2019b. Understanding tidal marsh trajectories: evaluation of multiple indicators of marsh persistence. Environmental Research Letters 14, 124073.
Wasson, K., Raposa, K.,…17 other authors and Guy, R. 2019a. Pattern and scale: evaluating generalities in crab distributions and marsh dynamics from small plots to a national scale. Ecology, p.e02813.
Jeppesen, R., M. Rodriguez, J. Rinde, J. Haskins, B. Hughes, L. Mehner, and K. Wasson. 2018. Effects of hypoxia on fish survival and oyster growth in a highly eutrophic estuary. Estuaries and Coasts.41:89-98.
Eby, R., Scoles, R., Hughes, B.B., Wasson, K. 2017. Serendipity in a salt marsh: detecting frequent sea otter haul outs in a marsh ecosystem. Ecology 98:2975-2977.
Wasson, K., Jeppesen, R., …9 other authors and Hughes, B.B. 2017. Eutrophication decreases salt marsh resilience through proliferation of algal mats. Biological Conservation 212: 1-11.
Wasson, K., Hughes, B.B.,…14 other authors and…Zacherl, D. 2016. Coast‐wide recruitment dynamics of Olympia oysters reveal limited synchrony and multiple predictors of failure. Ecology 97:3503-16.
Raposa, K.B., Wasson, K.,…13 other authors and…Lerberg, S. 2016. Assessing tidal marsh resilience to sea-level rise at broad geographic scales with multi-metric indices. Biological Conservation 204:263-275.
Zabin, C.J, Wasson, K., Fork, S. 2016. Restoration of native oysters in a highly invaded estuary. Biological Conservation 202:78-87.
Wasson, K., B. Suarez, A.,…8 other authors and Feliz, D. 2015. Lessons learned from an ecosystem-based management approach to restoration of a California estuary. Marine Policy 58:60-70.
Hughes, B.B., Eby, R., Van Dyke, E., Tinker, M.T., Marks, C.I., Johnson, K.S., Wasson, K. 2013. Recovery of a top predator mediates negative eutrophic effects on seagrass. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110:15313-15318.
Wasson, K., Woolfolk A, Fresquez C. 2013. Ecotones as indicators of changing environmental conditions: Rapid Migration of Salt Marsh–Upland Boundaries. Estuaries and Coasts 36(3):654-664.
Wasson, K., Woolfolk, A. 2011. Salt marsh-upland ecotones in central California: vulnerability to invasions and anthropogenic stressors. Wetlands 31:1-14.
Wasson, K. 2010. Informing Olympia oyster restoration: evaluation of factors that limit populations in a California estuary. Wetlands 30:449-459.
Watson, E. B., Wasson, K., …5 other authors and Wheatcroft, R. A. 2010. Applications from paleoecology to environmental management and restoration in a dynamic coastal environment. Restoration Ecology 19:765-775
Gee, A. K., Wasson, K., Shaw, S. L., Haskins, J. 2010. Signatures of restoration and management changes in the water quality of a central California estuary. Coasts and Estuaries 33:1004-1024.
D’Amore, A., Hemingway, V., Wasson, K. 2010. Do a threatened native amphibian and its invasive congener differ in response to human alteration of the landscape? Biological Invasions 12(1):145-153.
Martone, R. and Wasson, K. 2008. Impacts and interactions of multiple human perturbations in a California salt marsh. Oecologia 158(1):151-163.