The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecology, Botany, Wetland, Nutrient and Ecosystem. In his works, he conducts interdisciplinary research on Ecology and Orchid mycorrhiza. His study in Botany is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Peat and Competition.
His studies in Wetland integrate themes in fields like Landscape ecology and Estuary. He works mostly in the field of Nutrient, limiting it down to concerns involving Mangrove and, occasionally, Transect. His Ecosystem research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Natural, Biodiversity, Landscape level and Riparian wetland.
Dennis F. Whigham spends much of his time researching Ecology, Wetland, Botany, Hydrology and Ecosystem. Many of his studies on Ecology apply to Agronomy as well. His Wetland research focuses on subjects like Vegetation, which are linked to Coastal plain.
His study on Botany is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Horticulture. His study in Water quality, Marsh, Groundwater, Hydrology and Watershed is done as part of Hydrology. His research in Nutrient is mostly focused on Nutrient cycle.
Dennis F. Whigham mainly focuses on Ecology, Wetland, Phragmites, Ecosystem and Invasive species. His works in Plant community, Introduced species, Abundance, Plant ecology and Biomass are all subjects of inquiry into Ecology. The concepts of his Wetland study are interwoven with issues in Estuary, Habitat, Vegetation and STREAMS.
His Phragmites research incorporates themes from Intraspecific competition, Microsatellite Analysis, Chesapeake bay, Biological dispersal and Seedling. His Ecosystem research includes elements of Productivity, Earthworm, Periphyton and Bulkhead. Dennis F. Whigham works mostly in the field of Nutrient, limiting it down to concerns involving Agronomy and, occasionally, Botany, Plant propagation and Life history theory.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Ecology, Wetland, Phragmites, Invasive species and Abundance. His research brings together the fields of δ15N and Ecology. Dennis F. Whigham interconnects Salinity, Nitrification, Estuary, STREAMS and Landscape ecology in the investigation of issues within Wetland.
Dennis F. Whigham has researched Phragmites in several fields, including Subspecies, Sympatry, Hybrid, Plant ecology and Seedling. His Abundance research integrates issues from Orchidaceae and Dormancy. His Orchidaceae study contributes to a more complete understanding of Botany.
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Restoration of the Mississippi Delta: Lessons from Hurricanes Katrina and Rita
John W. Day;Donald F. Boesch;Ellis J. Clairain;G. Paul Kemp.
SPATIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR LINKING WATERSHED LAND COVER TO ECOLOGICAL INDICATORS IN STREAMS
Ryan S. King;Matthew E. Baker;Dennis F. Whigham;Donald E. Weller.
Ecological Applications (2005)
Effects of forest fragmentation on breeding bird communities in Maryland, USA
Biological Conservation (1984)
Ecology of woodland herbs in temperate deciduous forests
Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics (2004)
PLANT‐MEDIATED CONTROLS ON NUTRIENT CYCLING IN TEMPERATE FENS AND BOGS
Nitrogen vs. phosphorus limitation across an ecotonal gradient in a mangrove forest
Freshwater Wetlands: Ecological Processes and Management Potential
Seed ecology of dust seeds in situ: a new study technique and its application in terrestrial orchids
American Journal of Botany (1993)
Costs of Flower and Fruit Production in Tipularia Discolor (Orchidaceae)
Allison A. Snow;Dennis F. Whigham.
Mycorrhizal diversity in photosynthetic terrestrial orchids
New Phytologist (2004)
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