Recent publications:

o   Sharp, J.H.,  K. Yoshiyama, A.E. Parker, M.C. Schwartz, S.E. Curless, A.Y. Beauregard, J.E. Ossolinski, A.R. Davis (2009).  The Chemistry of the Delaware Estuary: Seasonal and Spatial Trends and Correlations. Estuaries and Coasts. [here]

o   Law, G.T.W., G.L Cowie, E. Breuer, M.C. Schwartz, S.M. Harvey, C. Woulds, T.M. Shimmield, G.B. Shimmield, and K.A. Doig.  (2009).  Rates and regulation of microbially-mediated aerobic and anaerobic carbon oxidation reactions in continental margin sediments from the northeastern Arabian Sea (Pakistan margin) in Indian Ocean Biogeochemical Processes and Ecological Variability (eds:  Jerry D. Wiggert, Raleigh R. Hood, S. Wajih A. Naqvi, Kenneth H. Brink and Sharon L. Smith).  American Geophysical Union Geophysical Monograph Series (American Geophysical Union, Washington, D. C.).

o   Schwartz, M.C., C. Woulds, and G. L. Cowie (2009).  Sedimentary denitrification rates across the Arabian Sea oxygen minimum zone.  Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 56 (6-7):  324-332. [here]

o   Woulds, C., M.C. Schwartz, T. Brand, G. Cowie, and G. Law (2009).  Porewater nutrient concentrations and benthic nutrient fluxes across the Pakistan Margin OMZ.  Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 56 (6-7):  333-346. [here]

o   Breuer, E., G. Law, C. Woulds, G. Cowie, G. Shimmield O. Peppe, M. Schwartz, and S. Mckinlay (2009).  Sedimentary oxygen consumption and microdistribution at sitee across the Arabian Sea oxygen minimum zone (Pakistan Margin).  Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 56 (6-7):  296-304. [here]

o   Andersson, J.H., C. Woulds, M. Schwartz, G. L. Cowie, L. A. Levin, K. Soetaert, and J. J. Middelburg.  2008.  Short-term fate of phytodetritus across the Arabian Sea Oxygen Minimum Zone.  Biogeosciences, 5, 43-53 2008.  www.biogeosciences.net/5/43/2008/

o   Schwartz, M. and W. Jeffrey, 2008.  Preliminary data analysis to test land-use influence on red tide in Choctawhatchee Bay, Florida.  Final report to Florida Sea Grant. [here]

o   Woulds, C., G. L. Cowie, L. A. Levin, J. H. Andersson, J. J. Middelburg, S. Vandewiele, P. A. Lamont, K. E. Larkin, A. J. Gooday, S. Schumacher, C. Whitcraft, R. M. Jeffreys, and M. Schwartz, 2007. Oxygen as a control on sea floor biological communities and their roles in sedimentary carbon cyclingLimnology and Oceanography 52: 1698-1709.  [here]

o   Andersson, J. H., C. Woulds, M. Schwartz, G. L. Cowie, L. A. Levin, K. Soetaert, and J. J. Middelburg.  2007.  Short-term fate of phytodetritus across the Arabian Sea Oxygen Minimum Zone.  Biogeosciences Discussion 4:  2493-2523. [here

o   Schwartz, M. C.,  2004.  Coastal Nutrient Inputs from Groundwater:  Case Studies from the East Coast of the United States in P. Wassman and K. Olli [eds.], Drainage Basin Inputs and Eutrophication:  an Integrated Approach.  pp. 50-60.  http://lepo.it.da.ut.ee/~olli/eutr/Eutrophication.pdf.  [here]

o   Schwartz, M. C., 2003.  Significant Groundwater Input to a Coastal Plain Estuary:  Assessment from Excess Radon.  Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 56:  31-42. [here]

 

e-mail Matthew Schwartz at mschwartz (at) uwf.edu