John W. Day, Jr. Distinguished Professor, Dept. of Oceanography and Coastal Sciences and Coastal Ecology Institute, School of the Coast & Environment, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70803 USA
PERSONAL Phone: (Office) 225-578-6508, (fax) 225-578-6326 email: office - johnday@lsu.edu, EDUCATION Ph.D. (Marine Sciences/Environmental Sciences) University of North Carolina, 1971 M.S. (Zoology) Louisiana State University, 1968 B.S. (Zoology) Louisiana State University, 1967 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Employment 1999-present, Distinguished Professor of Environmental Sciences, Department of Oceanography and Coastal Sciences, Louisiana State University 1980-Present, Professor, Department of Oceanography and Coastal Sciences, Louisiana State University 1980-1982, Director, Coastal Ecology Laboratory, Center for Wetland Resources, Louisiana State University 1975-1980, Associate Professor, Department of Marine Sciences, Louisiana State University 1972-1975, Assistant Professor, Department of Marine Sciences, Louisiana State University 1971-1972, Research Associate, Department of Marine Sciences, Louisiana State University Other Experience 2000-2001, Visiting Scientist, Cambridge Coastal Research Unit, Dept. of Geography, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK. 1980-1995, Coordinator, Atchafalaya Research Program, Louisiana Sea Grant Program, LSU. 1990-1997, Professor, EPOMEX program, Univ. de Campeche, Mexico 1992-93, Visiting Professor, Laboratoire d'Ecologie des Systemes Fluviaux, Univ. Claude Bernard, Arles, France 1992-1992, Fullbright Fellowship, Laboratoire d'Ecologie des Systemes Fluviaux, Univ. Claude Bernard, Arles, France 1979-present, Adjunct Professor, Institute for Marine Sciences and Limnology, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico 1986, Visiting Professor, Dept. of Plant Ecology, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands. 1974-1978, Coordinator, Systems Ecology Research, Office of Sea Grant, Louisiana State University June 1979, Lecturer, Seminario Latino Americano Principios y Methodos en Ecologia de Lugunas Costeras, Cd. del Carmen, Mexico 1978-1979, Visiting Professor, Institute for Marine Sciences and Limnology, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico Summer 1976, Lecturer in Ecology Course, The Ecosystems Center, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Massachusetts Summer 1974, Participant, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Environmental and Social Costs of Energy Systems 1971, Visiting Research Associate, Department of Environmental Science, University of Florida 1975-77, Participant in International Biological Program Wetlands Working Group. PROFESSIONAL AND HONOR SOCIETIES Sigma Xi, Estuarine Research Federation, Louisiana Academy of Sciences, Society of Wetland Scientists, International Society of Ecological Modeling, Society for Ecological Engineering RESEARCH INTERESTS Estuarine Ecology, Systems Ecology, Wetland Ecology, Ecological Modeling, Effects of Humans on Natural Systems, Tropical Coastal Ecology TEACHING 1973-Present-Estuarine Ecology 1975, 1976, 1984 -Theoretical Concepts of Ecology 1986-Ecology and Management of Bottomland Forests 1994-Plankton Dynamics Major Professor 33 M.S. students 24 Ph.D. students Current Thesis Direction 2 Ph.D. student 1 M.S. students Committee Service Dept. of Oceanography and Coastal Science 12 Ph.D. students 22 M.S. students Minor Professor 7 Ph.D. students from the following Departments Zoology, Botany, Geography, Vetenary Medicine, Entomology, and Fisheries and Wildlife. PUBLICATIONS Books and Monographs Day, J., W. Smith, W. Stowe, and P. Wagner. 1973. Community structure and carbon budget of a salt marsh and shallow bay estuarine system in Louisiana. Center for Wetland Resources, Louisiana State University. Baton Rouge. Publ. No. LSU-SG-72-04. Hall, C., and J. Day, eds. 1977. Ecosystem modeling in theory and practice. Wiley Interscience, New York. 684 p. Day, J., D. Culley, A. Mumphrey, and E. Turner, eds. 1979. Environmental conditions in the Louisiana coastal zone. Proc. Third Coastal Marsh Estuary Management Symposium. Division of Continuing Education, Louisiana State University. Baton Rouge. 511 p. Day, J.W., Jr. and W. H. Conner, eds. 1987. The ecology of Barataria Basin, Louisiana: an estuarine profile. National Wetlands Research Center, U.S. Fish Wildl. Serv. Biological Report 85(7.13). 165 pp. Yez, A., and J. Day, eds. 1988. Ecology of coastal ecosystems in the southern Gulf of Mexico: The Terminos Lagoon region. Instituto de Ciencias del Mar y Limnologa, Universidad Nacional Autnoma de Mxico. Mexico 04510, DF. 518 pp. Day, J. C. Hall, M. Kemp, and A. Yez-Arancibia. 1989. Estuarine Ecology. Wiley Interscience, New York. 576 pp. Other Publications. Refereed Journals J. Day. 1968. A Tidal Rhythm in the Susceptibility of Fundulus Similis to Sodium Chloride and Endrin. Proceedings of the Louisiana Academy of Sciences 30:62-64. H. Bennett and J. Day. 1970. Absorption of Endrin by the Bluegill Sunfish, Lepomis macrochirus. Pesticides Monitoring Journal 3(4):201-203. J. Day, C. Weiss and H. Odum. 19??. Carbon Budget and Total Productivity of an Estuarine Oxidation Pond Receiving Secondary Sewage Effluent ??:100-113. J. Stone, J. Day, M. Hershman, W. Smith, H. Loesch, S. Gagliano and J. Gosselink. 1973. Commentary - On the Limitations of the National Environmental Policy Act. Ecology 54(2): 231-232. L. Bahr, J. Day, T. Gayle, J. Gosselink, C. Hopkinson, D. Stellar and J. Harris. 1977(?). The Construction of a Conceptual Model of the Chenier Plain Coastal Ecosystem in Texas and Louisiana. ??:75-92. M. Meo, J. Day and T. Ford. 1977. Land Treatment of Fish8il Sites: Comparative Cost Evaluations. Coastal Zone Management 3(3): 307-318. G. Happ, J. Gosselink and J. Day. 1977. The Seasonal Distribution of Organic Carbon in a Louisiana Estuary. Estuarine and Coastal Marine Science 5:695-705. J. Stone, J. Day, L. Bahr and R. Muller. 1978. The Impact of Possible Climatic Changes on Estuarine Ecosystems. Estuarine Interactions ??:305-322. N. Craig, R. Turner and J. Day. 1979. Land Loss in Coastal Louisiana. Enviironmental Management 3(2):133-144. J. Stone, L. Bahr, J. Day, R. Turner and P. Templet. 1979. Developing Management Guidelines for Oil and Gas Activities: The Louisiana Experience. Coastal Zone Management 6(1):9-35. C. Hopkinson and J. Day. 1980. Net energy analysis of alcohol production from sugarcane. Science 207(4428):302-302. C. Hopkinson and J. Day. 1980. Modeling the relationship between development and storm water runoff. Environmental Management 4(4):315-324. C. Hopkinson and J. Day. 1980. Modeling hydrology and eutrophication in a Louisiana swamp. Environmental Management 4(4):325-335). N. Craig, R. Turner, and J. Day. 1980. Wetland losses and their consequences in coastal Louisiana. Geomorph. N. F. Suppl. Bdg. 34:225-241. W. Conner, G. Cramer, and J. Day. 1980. Vegetation of the northshore marshes and westshore swamps of Lake Pontchartrain, Louisiana. Proc. La. Acad. Science 43:139-145. G. Cramer, J. Day and W. Conner. 1981. Productivity of four marsh sites surrounding Lake Pontchartrain, Louisiana. Amer. Mid. Naturalist 106:65-72. D. Graham, J. Daniels, J. Hill and J. Day. 1981. A preliminary model of the circulation of Laguna de Terminos, Campech, Mexico. An. Inst. Cienc. del Mar y Limnol. Univ. Nal. Auton. Mexico 8(1):51-62. L. Bahr, J. Day, and J. Stone. 1982. Energy cost accounting of Louisiana fishery production. Estuaries 5(3):209-215. J. Day, R. Day, M. Barreiro, F. Ley-Lou, and C. Madden. 1982. Primary production in the Laguna de Terminos, a tropical estuary in the southern Gulf of Mexico. Oceanologia Acta No. SP:269-276. A. Yez and J. Day. 1982. Ecological Characterization of Terminos Lagoon, a tropical estuarine - lagoon system in the Southern Gulf of Mexico. Oceanologica Acta No. SP:431-440. W. Mitsch, J. Day, J. Taylor, and C. Madden. 1982. Models of North American freshwater wetlands. Int. J. Ecol. Environ. Sci. 8: J. Day. 1983. Carbon dynamics of estuarine ponds receiving treated sewage wastes. Estuaries 6(1):10-19. R. Baumann, J. Day, and C. Miller. 1984. Mississippi deltaic wetland survival: sedimentation vs castal submerence. Science 224:1093-1095. Sklar, F., R. Costanza, and J. Day. 1985. Dynamic spatial simulation of coastal wetland habitat sucession. Ecological Modeling. 29:261-281. C. Hopkinson, J. Day, and B. Kjerfve. 1985. Ecological significance of summer storms on shallow coastal lake and estuarine systems. Contributions in Marine Science 28:69-77. Kemp, G.P., W.H. Conner, and J.W. Day, Jr. 1985. Effects of flooding on decomposition and nutrient cycling in a Louisiana swamp forest. Wetlands 5:35-51. Stern, M., J. Day, and K. Teague. 1986. Seasonality of materials transport through a coastal freshwater marsh. Estuaries. 9:301-308. Caffrey, J. and J. Day. 1986. Variability of nutrient and suspended sediments in Fourleague Bay, Louisiana, and the role of physical factors. Estuaries. 9:295-300. Randall, J. and J. Day. 1987. Effects of river discharge and vertical circulation on aquatic primary production in a turbid Louisiana (USA) estuary. Netherlands J. of Sea Research. 21:231-242. Day, J.W., Jr., W.H. Conner, R.H. Day and F. Ley-Lou. 1987. Productivity and composition of mangrove forests, Laguna de Terminos, Mexico. Aquatic Botany. 27:267-284. Flores, F., J. Day, and R. Breseo. 1987. Structure, litter fall, decomposition, and detritus dynamics of mangroves in a Mexican coastal lagoon with an ephemeral inlet. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 35:83-90. Flores-Verdugo, F., J. Day, L. Mee, and R. Briseo-Dueas. 1988. Phytoplankton production and seasonal biomass variation of seagrass Ruppis maritima L. in a tropical Mexican lagoon with an ephemeral inlet. Estuaries. 11: 51-56. Teague, K., J. Day, and C. Madden. 1988. Sediment-water oxygen and nutrient fluxes in a river-dominated estuary. Estuaries. 11:1-9. Madden, C, J. Day, and J. Randall. 1988. Coupling of freshwater and marine systems in the Mississippi deltaic plain. Limnology and Oceanography. 4(33, 2): 982-1004. Sandoval, L., F. Flores, U. Zaragoza, J. Day, and A. Estrada. 1988. Phytoplankton production in the Barra de Navidad coastal lagoon on the Pacific coast of Mexico. Revue de Hydrobiologie Tropicale. 21(2):101-108. Conner, W.H. and J.W. Day, Jr. 1988. Rising water levels in coastal Louisiana: importance to forested wetlands. accepted and revised. Journal of Coastal Research. 4(4): 589-596. Childers, D., and J. Day. 1988. A flow-through flume technique for quantifying nutrient and materials fluxes in microtidal estuaries. Estuarine, Coastal, and Shelf Science. 27(5):483-494. Yez-Arancibia, A., A. Lara-Dominguez, J. Rojas-Galaviz, P. Snchez-Gil, J. W. Day, and C. Madden. 1988. Seasonal biomss and diversity of estuarine fishes coupled with tropical habitat heterogeneity (southern Gulf of Mexico). J. Fish Biol. 33(Suppl. A):191-200. Conner, W.H., J.W. Day, Jr., R.H. Baumann, and J. Randall. 1989. Influence of hurricanes on coastal ecosystems along the northern Gulf coast. Wetlands Ecology and Management. 1(1):45-56. Day, J. and P. Templet. 1989. Consequences of sea level rise: Implications from the Mississipi Delta. Journal of Coastal Management. 17:241-257. Day, R., R. Holz, and J. Day. 1990. An inventory of wetland impoundments in the coastal zone of Louisiana, USA: historical trends. Environmental Management. 14(2):229-240. Childers, D. and J. Day. 1990a. Marsh-water column exchanges in two Louisiana estuaries. I. Sediment dynamics. Estuaries. 13(4): 393-403. Childers, D. and J. Day. 1990b. Marsh-water column exchanges in two Louisiana estuaries. II. Nutrient dynamics. Estuaries. 13(4): 407-417. Childers, D., J. Day and R. Muller. 1990. Relating climatological forcing to coastal water levels in Louisiana estuaries and the potential importance of El Nio-Southern Oscillation events. Climate Research. 1:31-42. Day, J. and P. Templet. 1990. Consequences of sea level rise:Implications from the Mississippi Delta. pp. 155-165. In J. J. Beubema et al. (eds.), Expected Effects of Climatic Change on Marine Coastal Ecosystems. Kluwer Adademic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands (Reprinted from Coastal Management, 1989, 17:241-257). Flores-V., F., F. Gonzalez-F., O. Ramierez, F. Amezcua, A. Yez-A., M. Alvarez-R., and J. Day. 1990. Mangrove ecology, aquatic primary productivity and fish community dynamics in the Tecapan-Agua Brava estuary (Mecican Pacific). Estuaries. 13(2): 219-230. Childers, D. and J. Day. 1991. The dilution and loss of wetland function associated with conversion to open water. Wetlands Ecology and Management. in press. Conner, W. H. and J. W. Day, Jr. 1991. Variations in vertical accretion in a Louisiana swamp. J. Coastal Research. 7(3):617-622. Conner, W.H. and J.W. Day, Jr. 1991. Leaf litter decomposition in three Louisiana freshwater forested wetland areas with different flooding regimes. Wetlands. 11(2):303-312. Stern, M., J. Day, and K. Teague. 1991. Nutrient transport in a riverine-influenced, tidal freshwater bayou in Louisiana. Estuaries, 144):382-394. Conner, W.H. and J.W. Day, Jr. 1992. Diameter growth of Taxodium distichum (L.) Rich. and Nyssa aquatica L. from 1979-1985 in four Louisiana swamp stands. American Midland Naturalist. 127:290-299. Conner, W.H. and J.W. Day, Jr. 1992. Water level variability and litterfall productivity of forested freshwater wetlands in Louisiana. American Midland Naturalist. 128:237-245. Madden, C. and J. Day. 1992. Induced turbulence in rotating bottles affects phytoplankton productivity measurements in turbid waters. J. Plankton Research. 14(8): 1171-1191. Madden, C. and J. Day. 1992. An instrument system for high-speed mapping of chlorophyll a and physico-chemical variables in surface waters. Estuaries. 15(3):421-427. Reyes, E., J. Day, M. White and A.Yez-Arancibia. 1993. Ecological and resource Mangement Information Transfer for Laguna de Terminos, Mexico: A computerized Interface. Coastal Management. 21:37-51. Boumans, R. and J. Day. 1993. High precision measurements of sediment elevation in shallow coastal areas using a sedimentation-erosion table. Estuaries. 16:375-380. Yez-Arancibia, A., A. L. Lara-Domnguez and J. W. Da y. 1993. Interactions between mangrove and seagrass babitats mediated by estuarine nekton assemblages: Coupling of primay and secondary production. Hydrobiologia. 264:1-12. Conner, W.H. and J.W. Day, Jr. 1993. Bottomland hardwood productivity in a rapidly subsiding, Louisiana, USA, watershed. Wetlands Ecology and Management. 2(4):189-197. Conner, W., J. Day, and W. Slater. 1993. Bottomlands hardwood productivity: case study in a rapidly subsiding, Louisiana, USA, watershed. Wetlands Ecology and Management. 2:189-197. Reyes, E., F. Sklar, and J. Day. 1994. A regional organism exchange model for simulating fish migration. Ecological Modeling. 74:255-276. R. Boumans and J. Day. 1994. Effects of two marsh managemet plans in the Mississippi delta on water and materials flux and short-term sedimenation. Wetlands. 14(2): 247-261. Breaux, A. M. and J. Day. 1994. Policy considerations for wetland wastewater treatment in the coastal zone: A case study for Louisiana. Coastal Mangement. 22: 285-307. Cahoon, D., D. Reed, J. Day, G. Steyer, R. Boumans, J. Lynch, D. McNally, and N. Latif. 1995. The influence of hurricane Andrew on sediment distribution in Louisiana coastal marshes. Journal of Coastal Research. Special Issue 18:280-294. Rivera-Monroy, V., J. Day, R. Twilley, F. Vera-Herrera and C. Coronado-Molino. 1995. Flux of nitrogen and sediment in a fringe mangrove forest in Terminos Lagoon, Mexico. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 40: 139-160. Cahoon, D., D. Reed, and J. Day. 1995. Estimating shallow subsidence in microtidal salt marshes of the southeastern United States: Kaye and Barghoorn revisited. Marine Geology, 128: 1-9. Rybczyk, J., X.W. Zhang, J. Day, I. Hesse, and S. Feagley. 1995. The impact of Hurricane Andrew on tree mortality, litterfall and water quality in a Louisiana coastal swamp forest. Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue, 21: 340-353. Breaux, A., S. Farber, and J. Day. 1995. Using natural coastal systems for wastewater treatment: An economic benefit analysis. Journal of Environmental Management, 44: 285-291. Rivera-Monroy, V., R. Twilley, R. Boustany, J. Day, F. Vera-Herrera, and M. Ramirez. 1995. Direct denitrification in mangrove sediments in Terminos Lagoon, Mexico. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 126: 97-109. Day, J.W. 1995. Risanamento e gestione. Alcune considerazioni sulla Laguna di Venezia come ecosistema complesso. Quaderni Trimestrali. Consorzio Venezia Nuova. 3(1):10-29, Supplemento Numero Monografico. Day, J., D. Pont, P. Hensel, and C. Ibaez. 1995. Impacts of sea-level rise on deltas in the Gulf of Mexico and the Mediterranean: The importance of pulsing events to sustainability. Estuaries, 18(4):636-647. Rybczyk, J., G. Garson, and J. Day. 1996. Nutrient enrichment and decomposition wetland in wetland ecosystems: models, analyses and effects. Currents Topics in Wetland Biogeochemistry, 2:52-72. Day, J.W., C. Coronado-Molino, F. Vera-Herrera, R. Twilley, V. Rivera-Monroy, H. Alvarez-Guillen, R. Day, and W. Conner. 1996. A 7 year record of aboveground net primary production in a southeastern Mexican mangrove forest. Aquatic Botany, 55:39-60. Sanchez-Arcilla, J. Jimenez, M. Stive, C. Ibaez, N. Pratt, J. Day and M. Capobianco. 1996. Impacts of sea level rise on the Ebro Delta: a first approach. Ocean & Coastal Management., 30:197-216. Ibaez, C., A. Canicio, J. W. Day, and A. Curco. 1997. Morphologic evolution, relative sea level rise and sustainable management of water and sediment in the Ebre Delta. Journal of Coastal Conservation3:191-202. Day, J., J. Martin, L. Cardoch, and P. Templet. 1997. System functioning as a basis for sustainable management of deltaic ecosystems. Coastal Management. 25:115-154. Boumans, R., J. Day, P. Kemp, and K. Kilgen. 1997. The effect of intertidal sediment fences on wetland surface elevation, wave energy, and vegetation establishment in two Louisiana coastal marshes. Ecological Engineering. 9:37-50. Hensel, P., J. W. Day, Jr., D. Pont and J. N. Day. 1998. Short term sedimentation dynamics in the Rhone River delta, France: the importance of riverine pulsing. Estuaries. 21:52-65. Day, J.,F. Scarton, A. Rismondo, D. Are. 1998. Rapid deterioration of a salt marsh in Venice Lagoon, Italy. Journal of Coastal Research. 14:583-590. Day, J., A. Rismondo, F. Scarton, D. Are, and G. Cecconi. 1998. Relative sea level rise and Venice Lagoon wetlands. Journal of Coastal Conservation. 4:27-34. Hesse, I., T. Doyle, and J. Day. 1998. Long-term growth enhancement of baldcypress (Taxodium distichum) from nunicipal wastewater application. Environmental Management. 22:119-127. Scarton, F., A. Rismondo, and J. Day. 1998. Above and belowground production of Arthrocnemum fruticosum on a Venice Lagoon saltmarsh. Bollettino del Museo Civico di Storia Naturale di Venezia. 48: 237-245. Rybczyk, J.M., Callaway, J.C. and Day, Jr. J.W. 1998. A relative elevation model for a subsiding coastal forested wetland receiving wastewater effluent. Ecological Modelling. 112: 23-44. Rivera-Monroy, V., C. Madden, J. Day, R. Twilley, F. Vera-Herrera, and H. Alvarez-Guillen. 1998. Seasonal coupling of a tropical mangrove forest and an estuarine water column: enhancement of aquatic primary productivity. Hydrobiologia. 379:41-53. Lane, R. , J. Day, and B. Thibodeaux. 1999. Water quality analysis of a freshewater diversion at Caernarvon, Louisiana. Estuaries. 2A: 327-336. Blahnik, T. and J. Day. 2000. The effects of varied hydraulic and nutrient loading rates on water quality and hydrologic distributions in a natural forested wetland. Wetlands. 20: 48-61. Scarton, F., J. Day, and A. Rismondo. 1999. Above and belowground production of Phragmites australis in the Po delta, Italy. . Bollettino del Museo Civico di Storia Naturale di Venezia. 49:213-222. Ibaez, C, J. Day, and D. Pont. 1999. Primary production and decomposition of wetlands of the Rhone Delta, France: Interactive impacts of human modifications and relative sea level rise. Journal of Coastal Research. Journal of Coastal Research, 15:717-731. Hensel, P., J. Day, and D. Pont. 1999. Wetland vertical accretion and soil elevation change in the Rhone delta, France: The importance of riverine flooding. Journal of Coastal Research, 15: 668-681. Day, J., J. Rybczyk, F. Scarton, A. Rismondo, D. Are, and G. Cecconi. 1999. Soil accretionary dynamics, sea-level rise and the survival of wetlands in Venice Lagoon: A field and modeling approach. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 49: 607-628. Cahoon, D., J. Day, and D. Reed. 1999. The influence of surface and shallow subsurface soil processes on wetland elevation: A synthesis. Current Topics in Wetland Biogeochemistry. 3:72-88. Perez, B., J. Day, L. Rouse, R. Shaw, and M. Wang. 2000. Influence of Atchafalaya River discharge and winter frontal passage on suspended sediment concentration and flux in Fourleague Bay, Louisiana. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 50: 271-290. Cardoch, L., J. Day, J. Rybczyk, and P. Kemp. 2000. An economic analysis of using wetlands for treatment of shrimp processing wastewater -- a case study in Dulac, LA. Ecological Economics. 33(1): 93-101. Reyes, E., M. White, J. Martin, P. Kemp, J. Day, and V. Aravamuthan. 2000. Landscape modeling of coastal habitat change in the Mississippi delta. Ecology. 81: 2331-2349. Martin, J., M. White, E. Reyes, P. Kemp, H. Mashriqui, and J. Day. 2000. Evaluation of coastal management plans with a spatial model: Mississippi delta, Louisiana, USA. Environmental Management. 25: 117-129. Scarton, F., J. Day, A. Rismondo, G. Cecconi, and D. Are. 2000. Effects of an intertidal sediment fence on sediment elevation and vegetation distribution in a Venice (Italy) Lagoon salt marsh. Ecological Engineering. 16: 223-233. Day, J., G. Shaffer, L. Britsch, D. Reed, S. Hawes, and D. Cahoon. 2000. Pattern and process of land loss in the Mississippi delta: A spatial and temporal analysis of wetland habitat change. Estuaries. 23: 425-438. Blaber, S., D. Cyrus, J.-J. Albaret, C. V. Ching, J. W. Day, M. Elliott, m. Fonseca, D. Hoss, J. Orensanz, I. Potter, and W. Silvert. 2000. Effects of fishing on the structure and functioning of estuarine and nearshore ecosystems. ICES Journal of Marine Science. 57: 590-602. Zhang, X., S. Feagley, J. Day, W. Conner, I. Hesse, J. Rybczyk, and W, Hudnall. 2000. A water chemistry assessment of wastewater remediatioin in a natural swamp. 2000. J.of Environmental Quality. 29: 1960-1968. Mitsch, W., J. Day, J Gilliam, P. Groffman, D. Hey, G. Randall, and N. Wang. 2001. Reducing nitrogen loading to the Gulf of Mexico from the Mississippi River basin: Strategies to counter a persistent problem. BioScience. 51(5):373-388. Davis, S., D. Childers, J. Day, D. Rudnick, and F. Sklar. 2001. Nutrient dynamics in vegetated and unvegetated areas of a southern Everglades mangrove creek. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 52: 753-768. Davis, S., D. Childers, J. Day, D. Rudnick, and F. Sklar. 2001. Wetland-water column exchange of carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus in a southern Everglades dwarf mangrove. Estuaries. 24: 610-622. Day, J., G. Shaffer, D. Reed, D. Cahoon, L. Britsch, and S. Hawes. 2001. Patterns and processes of wetland loss in coastal Louisiana: A reply to Turner 2001. Estimating the indirect effects of hydrologic change on wetland loss: If the earth is curved, then how would we know it. Estuaries. 24: 647-651. Lane, R., J. Day, G. Kemp, and D. Demcheck. 2001. The 1994 experimental opening of the Bonnet Carre spillway to divert Mississippi River water into Lake Pontchartrain, Louisiana. Ecological Engineering. 17: 411-422. Day, J. 2001. Se il mondo e in crisi; qualita dell'informazione e cambiamento. Oltre (Milano), 6:16-21. Cardoch, L. and J. W. Day. 2001. Energy analysis of nonmarket values of the Mississippi Delta. Environmental Management (28): 677-685. Sutula, M., J. Day, J. Cable, and D. Rudnick. 2001. Hydrological and nutrient budgets of frehswater and estuarine wetlands of Taylor Slough in southern Everglades, Florida (USA). Biogeochemistry. 56: 287-310. Delgado, P., P. Hensel. J. Jimenez, and J. Day. 2001. The importance of propagule establishment and physical factors in mangrove distributional patterns in a Costa Rican estuary. Aquatic Botany 71: 157-178. Lane, R., J. Day, G. Kemp, and B. Marx. 2002. Seasonal and spatial water quality changes in the outflow plume of the Atchafalaya River, Louisiana, USA. 2001. Estuaries. 25 (1): 30-42. Martin, J., E. Reyes, P. Kemp, H. Mashriqui, and J. Day. 2002. Landscape modeling of the Mississippi delta. BioScience. 52: 357-365. Are, D., P. Kemp, G. Guistina, J. Day and F. Scarton. 2002. A portable, electrically-driven Dutch cone penetrometer for geotechnical measurements in soft estuarine sediments. Journal of Coastal Research. 18: 372-378. Curco, A., C. Ibanez, J. Day, and N. Prat. 2002. Net primary production and decomposition of salt marshes of the Ebre delta (Catalonia, Spain). Estuaries. 25: 309-324. Cardoch, J. W. Day, and C. Ibaez. 2002. Net primary productivity as indicator of sustainability in the Ebro and Mississippi Deltas. Ecological Applications. In Press. Cardoch, L. and J. W. Day. 2002. Biophysical energy analysis of non-market values of the Ebro Delta, Spain. Journal of Coastal Conservation. In Press. Pont, D., J. Day, P. Hensel, E. Franquet, F. Torre, P. Rioual, C. Ibanez, and E. Coulet. 2002. Response scenarios for the deltaic plain of the Rhne in the face of an acceleration in the rate of sea level rise, with a special attention for Salicornia-type environments. Estuaries. 25: 337-358. Rybczyk, J., J. Day, and W. Conner. 2002. The impact of wastewater effluent on accretion and decomposition in a subsiding forested wetland. Wetlands. 22(1): 18-32. Scarton, F., J. Day, and A. Rismondo. 2002. Primary production and decomposition of Sarcocornia fruticosium (L.) and Phragmites australis Trin. Ex Steudel in the Po delta, Italy. Estuaries. 25: 325-336. Sutula, M., B. Perez, E. Reyes, D. Childers, S. Davis, J. Day, D. Rudnick, and F. Sklar. 2002. Factors affecting spatial and temporal variability in material exchange between the Southeastern Everglades wetlands and Florida Bay (USA). Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science. In press. Book Chapters-refereed A. Yanez, F. Amezecua, and J. Day. 1980. Fish community structure and function in Terminos Lagoon, a tropical estuary in the sourthern Gulf of Mexico. 1980. In V. Kennedy (ed.). Estuarine Perspectives, Academic Press, N.Y. p. 465-482. J. Day, C. Hopkinson, and W. Conner. 1982. An analysis of environmental factors regulating community metabolism and fisheries production in a Louisiana estuary. In V. Kennedy (ed.). Estuarine Comparisons. Academic Press, New York: 121-136. P. Kemp and J. Day. 1984. Nutrient dynamics in a swamp receiving agricultural runoff. pp 286-293. In K. Ewel and H. T. Odum (eds.), Cypress Swamps. U. Fla Press, Gainesville. Boesch, D., R. E. Turner, and J. W. Day, Jr. 1984. Deteriorantion of coastal environments in the Mississippi Deltaic Plain: options for riverine and wetland management, pp. 447-466. In V. Kennedy (ed.). The Estuary as a Filter. Academic Press. N.Y. Deegan, L., J. Day, J. Gosselink, A. Yez, G. Sobern, and P. Snchez. 1986. Relationships among physical characteristics, vegetation distribution and fisheries yield in Gulf of Mexico Estuaries, pp.83-100. In D. Wolfe (ed.), Estuarine Variability. Academic Press, New York. R. Costanza, F. Sklar, and J. Day. 1986. Modeling spatial and temporal succession in the Atchafalaya/Terrebonne marsh/estuarine complex in south Louisiana, pp.387-404. In D. Wolfe (ed.), Estuarine Variability. Academic Press, New York. C. Hopkinson, R. Wetzel, and J. Day, Jr. 1988. Simulation models of coastal wetland and estuarine systems: realization of goals, pp. 67-98. In W. Mitsch, M. Straskraba, and S. Jorgensen (eds.), Wetland Modelling. Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam. R. Costanza, F. Sklar, M. White, and J. Day, Jr. 1988. A dynamic spatial simulation model of land loss and marsh succession in coastal Louisiana, pp. 99-114. In W. Mitsch, M. Straskraba, and S. Jorgensen (eds.), Wetland Modelling. Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam. Conner, W. and J. Day. 1989. Response of coastal wetland forests to human and natural changes in theenvironment with emphasis on hydrology. pp. 34-43. In D. Hook and R.Lea (eds.), Proc. Symposium: The Forested Wetlands of the Southern United States. Gen. Tech. Rept. SE-50. U.S. Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station. Asheville, N.C. Sklar, F., R. Costanza and J. Day. 1990. Model conceptualization. pp. 625-658. In B. Patten et al. (edsl), Wetlands and Shallow Ccontinental Water Bodies. Volume 1. SPB Academic Publishing, The Hauge. Rojas-Galaviz, J., A. Yez-Arancibia, J. Day, and F. Vera-Herrera. 1992. Estuarine primary producers: Laguna de Terminos-a case study. pp. 141-154. In: U. Seeliger (ed.), Coastal Plant Communities of Latin America. Academic Press, New York. Day , J., W. Conner, R. Costanza, G. Kemp, and I. Mendelssohn. 1993. pp. 276-296. In: R. Warrick, E. Barrow, and R. Wigley (eds.), Climate and Sea Level Change: Observations, Projections, and Implications. Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge. J. W. Day, Jr., F. Sklar, C. Neill, W. Conner, C. Hopkinson, P. Kemp, and R. Costanza. 1994. Modeling of Louisiana swamp forests (USA). pp. 95-128. In: B. C. Patten et al. (eds.), Wetlands and Shallow Continental Water Bodies. Vol. 2. SPB Academic Publishing, The Hague, The Netherlands. Reyes, E., J. Day and F. Sklar. 1994. Ecosystem models of aquatic production and fish migration in Laguan de Terminos, Mexico. pp. 519-536. In: W. Mitsch (ed.), Global Wetlands: Old World and New. Elsevier Science, New York. Day, J., C. Madden, R. Twilley, R. Shaw, B. McKee, M. Dagg, D. Childers, R. Raynie, and L. Rouse. 1994. The influence of Atchafalaya River discharge on Fourleague Bay, Louisiana (USA). pp. 151-160. In: K. Dyer and R. Orth (eds.), Changes in Fluxes in Estuaries. Olsen & Olsen, Fredensborg, Denmark. Conner, W. and J. Day. 1998. The effect of wetland forests on coastal wetland forests: the Mississippi delta, USA, as a model. pp. 278-292. In: A. Laderman (ed.), Coastally Restricted Forests. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK. Day, J.W., Jr., R. Mach, R.R. Lane, M. Daigle, C. Brantley. 1999. Water Chemistry Dynamics During the 1997 Opening of the Bonnet Carre Spillway. Pp. 89-100. In: L. Rozas, J. Nyman, C. Proffitt, N. Rabalais, and R. Turner (eds.) Recent Research in Coastal Louisiana. Louisiana Sea Grant College Program, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge. Kemp, P., J. Day, D. Reed, D. Cahoon, and M. Wang. 1999. Sedimentation, consolidation and surface elevation change in two salt marshes of the Mississippi River deltaic plain: Geotechnical aspects of wetland loss. Pp. 15-34. In: L. Rozas, J. Nyman, C. Proffitt, N. Rabalais, and R. Turner (eds.) Recent Research in Coastal Louisiana. Louisiana Sea Grant College Program, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge. Day, J.W., Jr., J.M. Rybczyk, L. Cardoch, W. Conner, P. Delgado-Sanchez, R. Pratt, A. Westphal. 1999. A review of recent studies of the ecological and economical aspects of the application of secondarily treated municipal effluent to wetlands in Southern Louisiana.. pp. 155-166. In: L. Rozas, J. Nyman, C. Proffitt, N. Rabalais, and R. Turner (eds.) Recent Research in Coastal Louisiana. Louisiana Sea Grant College Program, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge. Day, J., G. Shaffer, D. Britsch, D. Reed, S. Hawes, and D. Cahoon. 1999. Pattern and process of land loss in the Louisiana coastal zone: An analysis of spatial and temporal patterns of wetland habitat change. Pp. 193-202 . In: L. Rozas, J. Nyman, C. Proffitt, N. Rabalais, and R. Turner (eds.) Recent Research in Coastal Louisiana. Louisiana Sea Grant College Program, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge. Reyes, E., J. Martin, M.L. White, G. Paul Kemp, J.W. Day. 1999. Landscape Modeling in coastal Louisiana: regional mechanisms of land loss. Pp. 202-217. In: L. Rozas, J. Nyman, C. Proffitt, N. Rabalais, and R. Turner (eds.) Recent Research in Coastal Louisiana. Louisiana Sea Grant College Program, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge. Twilley, R. and J. Day. 1999. The productivity and nutrient cycling of mangrove ecosystems, pp. 127-152. In: A. Yanez-Arancibia and A.L. Lara-Dominguez (eds.). Ecosistemas de Manglar in America Tropical. Instituto de Ecologia A.C., Xalapa Mexico, UICN International Wetland Program, Coata Rica, NOAA/NMFS South East Fisheries Center, Beaufort NC, USA. Viallobos, Zaspata, A. Yanez-Arancibia, J. Day, and A.L. Lara-Dominguez. 1999. Ecologia ye Manejo de los Manglares en la Laguan de Terminos, Campeche, Mexico. pp. 263-274. In: A. Yanez-Arancibia and A.L. Lara-Dominguez (eds.). Ecosistemas de Manglar in America Tropical. Instituto de Ecologia A.C., Xalapa Mexico, UICN International Wetland Program, Coata Rica, NOAA/NMFS South East Fisheries Center, Beaufort NC, USA. Breaux, A., and J. Day. 1999. Considerations for the use of wetland wastewater treatment in the State of Campeche. pp. 299-310. In: A. Yanez-Arancibia and A.L. Lara-Dominguez (eds.). Ecosistemas de Manglar in America Tropical. Instituto de Ecologia A.C., Xalapa Mexico, UICN International Wetland Program, Coata Rica, NOAA/NMFS South East Fisheries Center, Beaufort NC, USA. Reyes, E., J.F. Martin, M.L. White, J.W. day, G.P.Kemp. Habitat changes in the Mississippi Delta: future scenarios and alternatives. R. Costanza (ed.), Spatial Modeling in Coastal Environments. Island Press. Accepted. Scarton, F., A. Rismondo, D. Are, and J. Day. 1999. Effetti dell'innalzamento del livello marino sulle barene della laguna di Venezia. Pp. 33-38. In: Aspetti Ecologici e Naturalistici dei Sistemi Lagunari e Costieri. Arsenale Editrice, Venice. Day, J., N. Psuty, and B. Perez. 2000. The role of pulsing events in the functioning of coastal barriers and wetlands: Implications for human impact, management and the response to sea level rise. In: M. Weinstein and D. Dreeger (eds.). Concepts and Controversies in Salt Marsh Ecology. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. Ibanez, C., A. Curco, J.Day and N. Pratt. 2000. In: M. Weinstein and D. Dreeger (eds.). Concepts and Controversies in Salt Marsh Ecology. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. Childers, D., J. Day, and H. McKellar. 2000. In: M. Weinstein and D. Dreeger (eds.). Concepts and Controversies in Salt Marsh Ecology. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands Ko, J.Y., J. Martin, and J. Day. 2000. Embodied energy and emergy analysis of wastewater treatment using wetlands. Pp. 197-210. In: M. Brown, S. Brandt-Williams, D. Tilley, and S. Ulgiati (eds.), Emergy Synthesis: Theory and Applications of the Emergy Methodology. The Center for Environmental Policy. University of Florida, Gainesville. Book Chapters-Non-Refereed C. Hopkinson and J. Day. 1981. The energy pattern of development in coastal Louisiana: purchased and natural energies. In W. Mitsch et al. (eds.). Enertgy and Ecol. Modelling. Elseview Sci. Publ. Co., New York. 413-424 pp. J. Gosselink, W. Conner, J. Day, and R. Turner. 1981. Classification of wetland resources: land, timber, and ecology. In B. D. Jackson and J. L. Chambers (eds.). Timber Harvesting in Wetlands. LSU Division of Continuing Education. 29-48 pp. J. Day and N. Craig. 1982. Comparison of the effectiveness of management options for wetland loss in the coastal zone of Louisiana. In D. Boesch (ed.). Proc. Conference on Coastal Erosion and Wetlands Modification in Louisiana. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services Program. FWS/OBS-82/59:232-239. J. Stone, J. Day, L. Bahr, and R. Darnell. 1982. Ecological effects of urbanization on Lake Pontchartrain, LA., between 1953 and 1978, with implications for management. In. J. Lee and M. Seaward (eds). Urban Ecology. Blackwell Scientific Publications. London: 243-252. W. Conner and J. Day. 1982. The ecology of forested wetlands in the Southeastern United States. In. B. Gopal, R. Turner, R. Wetzel and D. Whigham (eds.). Wetlands, Ecology and Management. International Scientific Publications, UNESCO, Paris: 69-87. W. Mitsch, J. Day, J. Taylor, and C. Madden. 1982. Models of North American Freshwater Wetlands - A review. In Proc. International Scientific Conference on Ecosystem Dynamics in Freshwater Wetlands and Shallow Water Bodies: SCOPE/UNEP. The Centre of International Projects. GKNT, Moscow: 5-32. J. Day, et al. 1982. Modelling approaches to understanding and management of freshwater swamp forests in Louisiana (USA). In Proc. International Scientific Conference on Ecosystem Dynamics in Freshwater Wetlands and Shallow Water Bodies: SCOPE/UNEP. The Centre of International Projects. GKNT, Moscow: 75-105. F. Sklar, R. Costanza, J. Day and W. Conner. 1983. Dynamic simulation of aquatic material flows in a impounded swamp habitat in the Burataria Basin, Louisiana. 1983. In W. Lavenroth, G. Skogerboe, and M. Flug (eds). Analysis of Ecological systems: State of The Art in Ecological Modeling Elseview Sci. Publ. Co. NY 741-749. J. Day and P. Kemp. 1985. Long term impacts of agricultural runoff in a Louisiana swamp forest. In. P. Godfrey et al. (eds.). Ecological Considerations in Wetlands Treatment of Municipal Waste Water. Van Norstrand Reinhold Co. New York. 317-326. F. Sklar and J. Day. 1984. Canals, hydroclimate, and the maintenance of wetland forests in Louisiana. Proc. 11th Annual Conference and Wetland Restoration and Creation. Tampa, Florida. Deegan, L. and J. Day. 1984. Estuarine fishery habitat requirements. In B. J. Copeland et al. (eds). Research for Managing the Nation's Estuaries. UNC Sea Grant Publ. No. UNC-SG-84-08. Raleigh, N.C. pp 315-336. R. Boumans, J. Day, and W. Conner. 1987. Marsh creation using sedimentation fields in S. Charles Parish and Lafourche Parish, Louisiana. pp. 197-208. In: N. Brodtmann (ed.), Proc. Fourth Water Quality and Wetlands Management Conference. Louisiana Environmental Professionals Assoc. New Orleans, Louisiana. J. Day, C. Madden, W. Conner, and R. Costanza. 1987. Management implications of research in the Atchafalaya Delta region. pp. 445-467. In: N. Brodtmann (ed.), Proc. Fourth Water Quality and Wetlands Management Conference. Louisiana Environmental Professionals Assoc. New Orleans, Louisiana. Conner, W.H. and J.W. Day, Jr. 1988. The impact of rising water levels on tree growth in Louisiana. pp. 219-224. In: D. Hook, et al. (eds.) The Ecology and Management of Wetlands, Vol. 2. Timber Press, Portland, Oregon. Taylor, N., J.W. Day, Jr. G. Nuesanger, and W. H. Conner. 1988. A preliminary plan for water management in the Jean Lafitte National Park, Louisiana. pp. 234-239. In: D. Hook, et al. (eds.) The Ecology and Management of Wetlands, Vol. 2. Timber Press, Portland, Oregon. Day, J., W. Johnson, C. Madden, B. Thompson, L. Deegan, W. Sikora, and J. Sikora. 1989. The development of an estuarine ecosystem in a coastal freshwater deltaic environment. pp. 1-18. In M. Chim Figueiredo, L. Chao and W. Kirby-Smith (eds.). Proc. International Symposium on the Utilization of Coastal Ecosystems. Published by the University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. Taylor, N., J. Day, and G. Neusaenger. 1989. Ecological characterization of Jean Lafitte National Historical Park: Basis for a management plan. pp. 247-277. In: W. Duffy and D. Clark (eds.), Marsh Management in Coastal Louisiana: Effects and Issues. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Biological Rep. 89(22). Washington. Turner, E., J. Day, and J. Gosselink. 1989. Weirs and their effects in coastal Louisiana wetlands (exclusive of fisheries). pp. 151-163. In: W. Duffy and D. Clark (eds.), Marsh Management in Coastal Louisiana: Effects and Issues. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Biological Rep. 89(22). Washington. Day, J. 1991. Sea level rise, management options and the future of Mediterranean coastal wetlands. In Proceedings of Conference on Managing Mediterranean Wetlands and Their Birds for the Year 2000 and Beyond. Feb. 3-10, 1991, Grado, Italy. Day, J. 1991. Sea level rise and the use of estuaries by nekton. In Proceedings of the International Symposium for Ecology, Sept. 2-7, 1990, Matsue-Shi, Japan. Day, J., W. Conner, R. Costanza, G. Kemp, and I. Mendelsshon. 1991. Impacts of sea level rise on coastal systems with special emphasis on the Mississippi River deltaic plain. In Proceeding of Workshop on Climate Change and Sea Level Rise. Univ. of East Anglia, Norwich, England. Sept. 1987. Day, J. 1992. Sea level rise, management options and the future of Mediterranean coastal wetlands. pp 32-38. In: C. Finlayson, G. Hollis and T. Davis (eds.). Proceedings of a Conference on Managing Mediterranean Wetlands for the Year 2000 and Beyond. IWRB Spec. Publ. No. 20. Slimbridge, UK. Nakashima, L., S. Cofer-Shabica, J. Day, R. Knaus, R. DeLaune, D. Reed, G. Kemp, and E. Owens. 1992. Marsh/mudflat sedimentation, Cumberland Island, GA. pp. 43-57. In: S. Cofer-Shabica (edl), Biological Aspects of Dredging, Kings Bay, Georgia. ASCE Publication. Sanchez-Arcilla, A., J. Jimnez, M. Stive, C. Ibaez, N. Prat, and J. Day. 1993. Impacts of sea-level rise on the Ebro Delta: an approach. pp. 1103-1117. In: E. Ozhan (ed.), Proc. First International Conference on the Mediterranean Coastal Environment, MEDCOAST 93. Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey. J. Day, D. Pont, P. Hensel and C. Ibaez. Pulsing events and sustainability of Mediterranean deltas. 1995. pp. 781-791. In: E. Ozham (ed.), Proceedings of the Second International Conference on the Mediterranean Coastal Environment, MEDCOAST 95. Vol. 2. MEDCOAST Secretariat, Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey. J. Day, D. Are, A. Rismondo, F. Scarton, and G. Cecconi. Relative sea level rise and Venice Lagoon wetlands. 1995. pp. 793-807. In: E. Ozham (ed.), Proceedings of the Second International Conference on the Mediterranean Coastal Environment, MEDCOAST 95. Vol. 2. MEDCOAST Secretariat, Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey. C. Ibaez, J. Day, A. Canicio, N. Prat and A. Curco. The Ebro delta, Spain: Water and sediment management in the context of relative sea level rise. 1995. pp. 809-826. In: E. Ozham (ed.), Proceedings of the Second International Conference on the Mediterranean Coastal Environment, MEDCOAST 95. Vol. 2. MEDCOAST Secretariat, Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey. J. Day. L'impacte de l'home sobre els deltes. Bases per a una gesti sostenible. 1995. pp. 11-13, Resums de les Conferencies: Desenvolupament Sostenible i Conservacio del Delta de L'Ebre. SEO/Birdlife, Sant Carles del la Rapita, Spain. J. Day, D. Are, A. Rismondo, F. Scarton, G. Cecconi. Relative sea level rise and Venice Lagoon wetlands. 1996. Quaderni Trimestrali, Monographic Supplement, May 1996. Consorzio Venezia Nuova, Venice, Italy. J. Day, E. Reyes, J. Lindsey and T. Howey. 1996. Development of an information system to determine the feasibility of wetland enhancement through the application of secondarily treated wastewater in the Louisiana coastal zone. pp. 615-621. Proceedings of the Coastal Society Conference, July 14-17, 1996. Seattle, Washington. I. Hesse, W. Conner, and J. Day. 1996. Herbivory impacts on the regeneration of forested wetlands in Louisiana. pp. 23-28. In: K. Flynn (ed), Proceedings of the Southern Forested Wetlands Ecology and Management Conference. Consortium for Research on Southern Forested Wetlands, Clemson University, Clemson, SC. J. Rybczyk, J. Day and I. Hesse. 1996. An Overview of forested wetland wastewater treatment projects in the Mississippi delta region. pp. 78-82. In: K. Flynn (ed), Proceedings of the Southern Forested Wetlands Ecology and Management Conference. Consortium for Research on Southern Forested Wetlands, Clemson University, Clemson, SC. J. Day. 1996. Impact of human development on wetlands and coastal systems of the Mississippi delta: Implications for the southern Gulf of Mexico. pp. 471-482. In: A. Botello, J. Rojas-Galaviz, J. Benitez, and D. Zarate-Lomeli (eds.), Gulfo de Mxico, Contaminacin e Impacto Ambeintal: Diagnstico y Tendencias. Universidad Autnoma de Campeche, EPOMEX Serie Cienifica 5. Day, J., L. Cardoch, J. Rybczyk, and W. Conner. 1999. An ecological and economic overview of wetland wastewater assimilation in coastal Louisiana. Pp. 161-170. In: J. Means and R. Hinchee (eds.), Wetlands and Remediation. Battelle Press, Columbus, Ohio. Book Reviews Ecosystem Experiments. 1991. Harold A. Mooney, Ernesto Median, David W. Schindler, Ernst-Detlef Schulze, andBrian H. Walker (editors). SCOPE volume 45. John Wiley & Sons, New York. 268 p. Reviewed in Ecological Engineering, 1993. Ecology of Estuaries: Anthropogenic Effects. Michael J. Kennish. CRC Marine Science Series. 494 p. CRC Press, Ann Arbor. 1992. Reviewed in American Scientist, 1993. Discordant Harmonies: A New Ecology for the Twenty-First Century. Daniel B. Botkin. Oxford University Press, New York. 241 p. Reviewed in Ecological Engineering. Biology and Ecology of Shallow Coastal Waters. Edited byA. Eleftheriou, A. Ansell, and C. Smith. Proceedings of the 28th European Marine Biology Symposium. Olsen and Olsen Publishers, Fredensborg, Denmark.1995. 391 p. Reviewed in Estuaries, 1997, 20:656-657. Coastal Ecosystem Processes. 1997. D.M. Alongi, CRC Press, New York. 419 pp. Reviewed in Ecological Engineering. 1999. Phosphorus Biogeochemistry in Subtropical Wetlands. 1999. R. Reddy, G. O'Conner, and C. Schelske. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton, FL. 707 pp. Reviewed in Wetlands, 2000, 20: 566-567. Reports and Other Publications W. Smith and J. Day. 1973. Enrichment of Marsh Habitats with Organic Wastes. Completion Report A-033-LA for Louisiana Water Resources Research Institute, Louisiana State Universtiry, Baton Rouge, LA. 7 p. S. Gagliano and J. Day. 1973. Environmental Aspects of a Superport Off the Louisiana Coast. Department of Marine Sciences, Center for Wetland Resources, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA. pp 281-316. R. Allen, J. Day, and J. Gosselink. 1980. report of the Coastal Ecosystem Research Workshop. Center for Wetland Resources, LSU. 21 p. J. Day et al. 1981. The relationship of estuarine productivity to wooded swamps and bottomland forests in the southeastern U.S. Proc. U.S.F.W.S. Workshop on Coastal Ecosystems of the Southeastern United States. U.S.F.W.S. Publ. No. FWS/OBS-80/59. pp. 193-213. C. Cleveland, C. Neill, and J. Day 1981. The impact of artificial canals on land loss in the Barataria Basin, Louisiana. In W. Mitsch et al. (eds.). Energy and Ecol. Modelling. New York. Elseview Sci. Publ. Co., New York. 425-434 pp. A. Witzig and J. Day. 1980. A trophic state analysis of Lake Pontchartrain, Louisiana, and surrounding wetland tributaries. In J. Stone (ed.). Environmental Analysis of Lake Pontchartrain, Louisiana Land Uses. Final Report to U.S. Army, Corps of Engineers, Center for Wetland Resources, LSU. 21-38 pp. C. Cramer, J. Day, and W. Conner. 1980. Productivity of swamps and marshes surrounding Lake Pontchartrain, Louisiana. 1980. In J. Stone (ed.). Environmental Analysis of Lake Pontchartrain, Louisiana Land Uses. Final Report to U.S. Army, Corps of Engineers, Center for Wetland Resources, LSU. 593-645 pp. N. Craig and J. Day. 1981. Barataria Basin Management Guideline Report to Coastal Management Section, Department of Natural Resources, Center for Wetland Resources, La. State Univ. 65 pp. N. Craig, J. Day, and W. Conner. 1981. Special Management Area Nomination. Report to Coastal Management Section, Department of Natural Resoureces, Center for Wetland Resources, La. State University. 84 pp. P. Kemp and J. Day. 1981. Assimilation of agricultural runoff by a swamp forest wetland. Louisiana Water Resources Research Institute. La. State Univ. Report No. A-043-LA. 60 p. J. Day and A. Yanez. 1982. Coastal Lagoons and Estuaries, Ecosystem Approach. Ciencia Interamericana, OAS Washington, D.C. 22:11-26. A. Witzig and J. Day. 1983. A multivariate approach to the investigation of nutrient interaction in Barataria Basin, Louisiana. Technical Completion Report to the LA. Water Resources Research Institute, LSU. 37 p. A. Witzig and J. Day. 1983. A tropic state index for the Louisiana coastal zon. Technical Completion Report to the LA. Water Resources Research Institute, LSU. 35 p. R. Cruz, J. Day, B. Alba, and A. Machado. 1983. Consideraciones ambientales para el manejo de la zona costeral de la Laguna de Terminos, Campeche, Mexico. Centro de Ciencias del Mar y Limnologia, U.N.A.M., Mexico. R. Costanza, C. Neill, S. Leibowitz, J. Fruci, L. Bahr, and J. Day. 1983. Ecological models of the Mississippi Deltaic Plain region: data collection and presentation. Div. of BViol. Services, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Washington, D.C. FWS/OBS-82/68. L. Bahr, R. Costanza, J. Day, S. Bayley, C. Neill, S. Leibowitz and J. Fruci. 1983. Ecological characterization of the Mississippi Deltaic Plain Region: a narrative with management recommendations. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Div. of Biological Services Washington, D.C. FWS/OBS-82/69. 189p. L. Deegan and J. Day. 1985. Fishery habitat requirements. Proc. National Estuarine Symposium. N.C. State Univ. Raleigh, N.C. 33 p. Day, J.W., Jr., W.H. Conner, and W.R. Slater. 1984. A study of the effects on the Barataria Unit, Jean Lafitte National Historical Park, of the illegal canals and levees of the Bayou des Familles Corp. within the park protection zone. Final Report to Jean Lafitte National Historical Park, New Orleans. Pierce, R.S., J.W. Day, Jr., E. Ramcharan, W.H. Conner, R. Boumans, and J. Visser. 1985. A comprehensive wetland management plan for the Labranche wetland, St. Charles Parish, Louisiana. Final Report to St. Charles Parish Department of Planning and Zoning, Hahnville, LA. Conner, W.H., W.R. Slater, K. McKee, K. Flynn, I.A. Mendelssohn, and J.W. Day, Jr. 1986. Factors controlling the growth and vigor of commercial wetland forests subject to increased flooding in the Lake Verret, Louisiana watershed. Final Report to Board of Regent' Research and Development Program, Baton Rouge, LA. Day, J. and W. Conner. 1990. Water budget analysis. pp. 375-383. In D. Cahoon and C. Groat (eds.), A Study of Marsh Management Practice in Coastal Louisiana, Volume III, Ecological Evaluation. Minerals Management Service, New Orleans, LA. OCS Study/MMS 90-0075. Boumans, R. and J. Day. 1990. Short-term sedimentation and water and materials flux. pp. 384-409. In D. Cahoon and C. Groat (eds.), A Study of Marsh Management Practice in Coastal Louisiana, Volume III, Ecological Evaluation. Minerals Management Service, New Orleans, LA. OCS Study/MMS 90-0075. Day, J., A. Breaux, I. Hesse, and J. Rybczyk. 1992. Wetland wastewater treatment in the Louisiana coastal zone. Data Inventory Workshop Proceedings. Barataria-Terrebonne National Estuary Program, La. Dept. of Environmental Quality, Baton Rouge, LA. pp 221-238. McNally, G.P. Kemp, and J. W. Day, Jr. 1994. Fina-Laterre mitigation bank: Monitoring designed to evaluate the effects of management decision-making. Final Report. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Waterways Experiment Station. Contract No. DACW 39-92-K-0024. Coastal Ecology Institute, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge. 54 pp. USGS final report Pont, D., J. W. Day, C. Ibaez, and A. Curc. 1995. Methodology of the MEDDELT Project; Deltaic plain working group. Report submitted to European Community for the MEDDELT Project. Labortoire d'Ecologie, CNRS UA 1470, Arles, France. 16 p. Ibaez, C., A. Canicio, A Curc, J. Day, and N. Prat. 1995. Annual Report of the Deltaic Plain Wroking Group. Ebre Delta Subproject, MEDDELT Project. Submitted to Environment Programme, Commission of the European Communities, Directorate XII, Science, Research and Development. Dept. of Ecology, University of Barcelona. 60 pp. E. Reyes, J. Lindsey, and J. Day. 1997. An information system on wastewater treatment strategies in wetlands. Brochure and Web Site (http://www.lsu.edu/guests/wwwcei/infosystem.html) A. Sanchez-Arcilla, J. Day, et al. 1997. MEDDELT Impact of climatic change on northwestern Mediterranean deltas. A final summary report. Submitted to the Commission of European Communities. 64 p. The following chapters are from: Impact of Climatic Change on Northwestern Mediterranean Deltas, Final Workshop Proceedings. Submitted to the Commission of European Communities. J. Rybczyk, C. Ibanez, A. Curco, A. Canicio, N. Pratt, and J. Day. 1996. An integrated wetland elevation model for the Ebre delta. J. Rybczyk, J. Day, A. Rismondo, F. Scarton, and D. Are. 1966. An Integrated model for the Po delta. M. Capobianco, J. Rybczyk, J. Day, A. Rismondo, F. Scarton, and D. Are. 1966. Impact of climatic change on Po delta, deltaic plain modeling. P. Hensel, J. Day, and D. Pont. 1996. Sediment dynamics in the Rhone River delta, France. C. Ibanez, A. Canicio, A. Curco, J. Day, and N. Pratt. 1996. Definition of management objectives and future scenarios. C. Ibanez, A. Canicio, A. Curco, J. Day, and N. Pratt. 1996. Evaluation of vertical accretion and subsidence rates. A. Curco, C. Ibanez, and J. Day. 1996. Evaluation of primary production and decomposition. C. Ibanez, F. Scarton, A. Canicio, A. Curco, P. Rioual, A. Rismondo, D. Pont, J. Day, and F. Torre. 1996. Evaluation of primary production of salt marshes in the Ebro, Po, and Rhone deltas. J. Day, A. Rismondo, F. Scarton, and D. Are. 1997. Accretion and elevation change for wetlands of Venice Lagoon. Final report to the Consorzio Venezia Nuovo. J. Day, J. Rybczyk, and G. Garson and W. Conner. 1997. The development of functionally based ecosystem indices of biotic integrity for southeastern bottomland hardwood forests. Final report for Contract CR823049-01. 53 p. J. Day, P. Delgado, P. Kemp. 1997. Baldcypress revegetation in swamp forests receiving municipal wastewater. Final report submitted to the U.S.E.P.A., Region 6, Dallas, TX. 28 pp. J. Day. 1997. An evaluation of four alternative scenarios for the Bonnet Carre diversion. Final report submitted to the Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation. J. Day. 1997. An analysis of water chemistry in the Caernarvon freshwater diversion area. Report submitted to Burke and Meyer Attorneys for the State of Louisiana Case in the Oyster suits. 36 pp. J. Rybczyk and J. Day. 1997. Development of an integrated wetland elevation model for the evaluatiion of relative sea level rise in the Venice Lagoon. Report submitted to the Consorzio Venezia Nuovo. 34 p. J. Day, J. Rybczyk, R. Pratt, A. Westphal, T. Blahnick, G. Garson, P. Kemp. 1997. A Use Attainability Analysis of Long-term Wastewater Discharge on the Ramos Forested Wetland at Amelia, LA. Final report to St. Mary Parish Water and Sewer Commission #1, Amelia, Louisiana. 59 pages. J. Day, J. Rybczyk, R. Pratt, M. Sutula, A. Westphal, T. Blahnik, P. Delgado and P. Kemp, A. Englande, C. Hu, G. Jin, and H. Jeng. 1997. A Use Attainability Analysis of Longterm Wastewater Discharge on the Poydras-Verret Wetland in St. Bernard Parish, LA. Final Report to the Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation and St. Bernard Parish. 60 p. M. White, E. Reyes, P. Kemp, J. Martin, and J. Day. 1997. The Barataria-Terrebonne Ecological Landscape model. Final report to the Barataria-Terrebonne National Estuary Program. J. Day and J. Ko. 2002. Some results from monitoring multiple aspects of the Caernarvon river diversion for spring 2001. Coast Wise. 11:10- Lectures Urban Studies Institute, University of New Orleans Center for Wetlands, University of Florida Institute of Ecology, Univ. of Georgia Institute of Marine Sciences, Univ. of South Caroling Institute of Marine Sciences, Univ. of North Carolina Institute of Marine Sciences, Univ. of Texas Section of Ecology and Systematics, Cornell Univ. Ecology Section, Brookhaven National Lab. The Ecosystems Center, Marine Biological Lab., Woods Hole, MA Dept. of Zoology, Univ. of Stockholm, Sweden Zoological Institute, Univ. of Bienna, Austria Institute of Hydrobotany, Czechoslovakian Academy of Science, Trebon, Czechoslovakia Dept. of Hydrobiology, Univ. of Warsaw, Poland Institute of Ecology, Mikolajki, Poland Center for Marine Sciences and Limnology, National Univ. of Mexico, Mexico City Estacion de Investigacione Marinas - El Carmen, Cd. del Carmen, Mexico Estacion de Investigaciones Marinas - Mazatlan, Mazatlan, Mexico Dept. of Geography, University of Exeter, Exeter, England Virginia Institute of Marine Sciences, Gloucester Point, Virginia Horn Point Environmental Lab., Univ. of Maryland, Cambridge, Maryland Dept. of Plant Ecology, Univ. of Utrecht, The Netherlands. Dept. of Ecology, University of Barcelona, Spain. Institute for Floodplains Ecology, Rastat, Germany Delta Institute for Hydrobiological Research, Yersekee, The Netherlands Dept. of Environmental Sciences, University of Virginia, Chorlettesville, VA Dept. of Zoology, Univ. of Nairobi, Kenya Laboratoire d'Hydrobiologie Marine, Universite de Montpellier, France Station Biologique de la Tour du Valat, Arles, France Station d'Etudes en Baie de Somme, St. Valery-sur Somme, France Netherlands Instittute of Nature Management, Texel, The Netherlands Laboratoire d'Ecologie des Systemes Fluviaux, Universitse Claude Bernard, Arles, France Dept. of Geography, University College London Natural History Museum, Amposta, Spain Consorzio Venezia Nuovo, Venice, Italy Hellenic Society for the Conservation of the Environment, Athens Greece Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios Avancados, Merida, Mexico South Florida Water Management District, West Palm Beach, Florida Dept. of Architecture and Restoration, University of Venice, Italy Dept. of Biological Sciences, Florida International University, Miami, Florida Dept. of Geography, University of Cambridge, UK Instituto de Ecologia, Xalapa Mexico Instituto Venezulano de Investigaciones Cientificas, Caracas, Venezuela Royal Holloway Institute of Environmental Research, University of London. Institute for Terrestrial Ecology, Huntington, UK. Dept. of Geobiology, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands. Grant and Contract Support J. Day. NOAA Sea Grant. A Review of Ecosystem Studies in the Barataria Basin. 9/1/79 to 2/28/82. $20,854. J. Day and J. G. Gosselink. NOAA Sea Grant. Ecosystem Development in the Atchafalaya Bay. 9/1/79 to 2/28/82. $17,360. J. Day. NOAA Sea Grant. Effects of Management Practices on Primary Productivity of Barataria Basin. 9/1/79 to 2/28/82. $36,936. J. Day. NOAA Sea Grant. Atchafalaya Subprogram Management. 9/1/82 to 8/31/84. $75,250. J. Day. NOAA Sea Grant. Atchafalaya Subprogram Management. 9/1/81 to 12/31/84. $24,119 J. Day. NOAA Sea Grant. An Ecological Program for the Laguna de Terminos (Campeche, Mexico) with Special Reference to Fishery Resources & the Potential Impacts of Man. 9/1/79 to /30/83. $89,600. (This and the following grant combined support for a unified program of study). J. Day. National Science Foundation. An Ecological Study of the Laguna de Terminos (Campeche, Mexico) with special reference to fishery resources and the potential impact of man. 3/1/79 to 8/31/80. $11,740. J. Day. NOAA Sea Grant. Factors Controlling Primary Production, Organic Carbon Flux, and Marsh Accretion in Fourleague Bay, Louisiana 9/1/83 to 12/31/84. $54,504. J. Day. National Science Foundation. Nutrient and light dynamics in relation to sea grass (Thalassia testudnium) community production in Laguna de Terminos. 1/1/83 to 5/31/85. $44,810. (In cooperation with U. Maryland, U. Georgia, U. South Carolina, and Va. Institute of Marine Sciences). J. Day, Robert Costanza, and Fred Sklar. U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service. Development and Application of Community Habitat Succession Models for the Wetland Complex oif the Lower Atchafalaya River Drainage. 12/1/83 to 9/30/85. $85,000. J. Day, William Conner and Irving Nendelssohn. Louisiana Board of Regents. The impacts of increased flooding in the Lake Verret watershed. 10/1/83 to 6/30/84. $34,611. J. Day. Louisiana Office of Public Works. Analysis of the use of natural and artificial wetlands for pretreating Mississippi River Water. 11/14/83 to 11/13/84. $50,128. Eugene Turner and J. Day. Louisiana Universities Marine Consotrium. (LUMCON). An Assessment and diagnostic model of major factors affecting astuaries condition and productivity: quality and quantity of freshwater inflow. 1/31/83 to 12/31/83. $35,950. J. Day and Clara Ho., Louisiana Water Resources Research Institute. Assimilation of Agriculturial Runoff by a swamp forest wetland. 10/1/77 to 9/30/79. Robert Costanza, Leonard Bahr, J. Day, and Suzanne Bayley. U. S. Fish & Wildlife Service. Mississippi Deltaic Plain Region Ecosystem (Conceptual) Models and Narrative Report. 9/28/80 to 11/30/82. $152,759. James Stone, J. Day, Leonard Bahr, and Eugene Turner. U.S. Corps of Engineers. An Environmental. Analysis of Lake Pontchartrain, Louisiana. 9/1/77 to 6/30/80. $1,039,412. J. Day and William Conner. St. Charles Parish, Louisiana. Wetland Management Plan for the LaBranch Wetlands. St. Charles Parish. 10/1/84 to 9/30/85. $31,169. James Gosselink and J. Day. U.S. Man and Biosphere Program. A comparison of driving forces and system response of Gulf of Mexico estuaries 7/1/81 to 10/1/82. $68,373. Oscar Huh and J. Day. U.S.A.I.D. Training program in remote sensing and mangrove ecology for Bangladesh students. 1/4/84 to 6/30/84. $10,424. J. Day, Robert Gambrell, and Samuel Meyers. U.S.E.P.A. The development of a concepual approach to assess the impacts of biocides in wetlands. 9/20/76 to 12/19/80. $287,265. J. Day. Louisiana Coastal Management Section. Development of Management Guidelines for the Barataria Basin, Louisiana. 11/1/80 to 10/31/81. $40,000. J. Day, William Conner, and Irving Mendelssohn. Louisiana Board of Regents. Factors controlling the growth and vigor of commercial wetland forests subject to increasing flooding in the Lake Verret watershed. 10/1/84 to 9/30/85. $23,952. W. Patrick, R. Delaune, and J. Day. National Science Foundation. Carbon and nitrogen cycling in the major wetland habitats within Louisiana's Barataria Basin. 3/1/85-2/28/88. $452,712. J. Day. Technical support for a study of wetland mitigation: marsh management. Minerals Management Service. $41,393, 3/31/89-3/30/90. J. Day. Use of sediment fences for marsh restoration and creation. Department of Commerce, NOAA. $105,000. 6/1/90 to 5/31/93. J. Day and S.C. Farber. A feasibility analysis of the use of Louisiana wetlands for wastewater treatment. Louisiana Water Resources Research Institute. $36,499. 9/1/90 to 8/31/92. J. Day, D. Cahoon, D. Reed, J. Suhayda and R. Knauss. Physical processes of marsh deteriation. U.S. Geological Survey. $119,973. 9/1/89 to 8/31/90. J. Day. Ecology, utilization, and management of mangroves, Laguna de Terminos, Mexico. U.S. Man and the Biosphere Program. $50,000. 9/1/89 to 8/31/91. J. Day. The use of swamp forests near Thibodaux for wastewater treatment. City of Thibodaux. $20,000. 1/1/90 to 12/31/90. J. Day and C. Madden. Enhancement of coastal productivity associated with processes in the Atchafalaya Bay ecosystem: Stable isotope ratios and aquatic primary productivity. Sea Grant. $101,000. 11/1/89 to 10/31/91. J. Day. A project to monitor the effectiveness of sediment fences constructed near Leville, Louisiana. LaFourche Parish. $9,000. 6/1/90 to 5/31/92. J. Day , M. Inoue, and D. Justic. Development of linked hydrodynamic and ecological spatial models for understanding and management of Fourleague Bay and surrounding wetlandsSea Grant. $97,900. 2/1/94-1/31/96. 2 months. Louisiana. J. Day and J. Rybczyk. The development of an index of biotic integrity for southeastern forested wetland ecosystems. EPA. $225,000. 10/1/94-9/31/96. 2 months. Louisiana and South Carolina. J. Day, P. Templet, and J. Lindsey. The development of a computerized information interface for decision making. NOAA, Center for Coastal Ecosystem Health. $150,000. 9/1/95-2/28/97. 1 month. Louisiana. P. Kemp and J. Day. Food processor and community development of rural coastal areas through the application of wetland wastewater treatment systems. National Coastal Research Institute. $106,935. 6/1/94-4/30/97. 1 mo. Louisiana. P. Kemp and J. Day. J. Day. A proposal to carry out monitorying and prepare a use attainability analysis of municipal wastewater discharge to Ramos Bayou swamp at Amelia, Louisiana. $51414. 5/1/95-4/30/96. 0.5 mo. Louisiana. J. Day. The use of swamp forests near Thibodaux, Louisiana for application of treated municipal wastewater: monitoring the effects of the discharge (Years 3 and 4). City ofThibodaux. $90,000. 6/1/94-5/31/96. 0.5 mo. Louisiana. P. Kemp and J. Day. Assessing the capacity and mechanisms for wetland assimilation of sediments and nutrients in diverted Mississippi River water. Sea Grant. $88216, 2/1/96 to 1/31/98. 1 mo. Louisiana. J. Day and D. Childers. Nutrient exchange between Florida Bay and the Everglades' salinity transition zone. South Florida Water Management District. $560,000. approx. 8/95-1/99, 4 months. South Florida. J. Day and G. Garson. A proposal to carry out monitoring and prepare a use attainability analysis of municipal wastewater discharge to marsh wetlands at St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana. Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation. $85,058. 8/95-9/96. 0.5 mo. Louisiana. P. Kemp and J. Day. Assessing the capacity and mechanisms for wetland assimilation of sediments and nutrients in diverted Mississippi River water. Sea Grant. $88216, 2/1/96 to 1/31/98. E. Reyes, P. Kemp, and J. Day. Ecological landscape modeling of the wetlands of Biloxi State Wildlife Management Area. Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation. $45,000. 6/15/96-6/15/97. J. Day, E. Reyes, J. Lindsey. Development of an information system to determine the feasibility of wetland enhancement through the application of secondarily treated wastewater in the Louisiana coastal zone. La. Dept. of Natural Resources. $70,366, 11/1/95-11/30/97. J. Day, E. Reyes, J. Lindsey J. Day. IPA Assignment. Corps of Engineers, New Orleans District. $142,939. 7/28/95-7/27/99. Recent Presentations Day, J. Short term sedimentation patterns in the Rhone Delta. Interdisciplinary seminar on Renaturalization Projects: Research Works and Field Trials for the Regeneration of Natural Ecosystems within Saltmarshes and Cordon Dunes. Istituto Universitaria de Architettura, University of Venice, Venice Italy. June 26-27, 1995. Day, J. Use of wetlands for treatment of wastewater. Interdisciplinary seminar on Renaturalization Projects: Research Works and Field Trials for the Regeneration of Natural Ecosystems within Saltmarshes and Cordon Dunes. Istituto Universitaria de Architettura, University of Venice, Venice Italy. June 26-27, 1995. J. Day. Monitoring natural wetlands for effects of municipal wastewater discharges. Water Environment and Technology Conference. Baton Rouge, La. Sept. 14, 1995. J. Day. Problems common to deltas at a global level: Scientific basis for ecosystem management and sustainable development (in Spanish). Conference on the Sustainable Development and Conservation of the Ebro Delta, Spain. San Carles de la Rapita, Spain. October 21-22, 1995. J. Day, D. Pont, P. Hensel and C. Ibaez. Pulsing events and sustainability of Mediterranean deltas. MEDCOAST The Second International Conference on the Mediterranean Coastal Environment. Tarragona, Spain. October 24-27, 1995. J. Day, D. Are, A. Rismondo, F. Scarton, and G. Cecconi. Relative sea level rise and Venice Lagoon wetlands. MEDCOAST The Second International Conference on the Mediterranean Coastal Environment. Tarragona, Spain. October 24-27, 1995. C. Ibaez, J. Day, A. Canicio, N. Prat and A. Curco. The Ebro delta, Spain: Water and sediment management in the context of relative sea level rise. MEDCOAST The Second International Conference on the Mediterranean Coastal Environment. Tarragona, Spain. October 24-27, 1995. C. Ibaez, J. Day, A. Canicio, J. Craido and A. Sanchez. Basis for sustainable management and development of the Ebro Delta. MEDCOAST The Second International Conference on the Mediterranean Coastal Environment. Tarragona, Spain. October 24-27, 1995. Estuarine Research Federation Meeting. Corpus Christi, Texas. Nov. 12-16, 1995. Day, J., A. Rismondo, F. Scarton, D. Are, and G. Cecconi. Patterns of sediment accretion and surface elevation change in wetlands of Venice Lagoon. Perez, B., M. Wang, L. Rouse, and J. Day. Suspended sediment transport on an estuarine-coastal gradient between Fourleague Bay, LA and the Gulf of Mexico. Wang, M., B. Perez, L. Rouse, and J. Day. Estuarine-coastal coupling between the Gulf of Mexico and Fourleague Bay, LA. (poster). Hesse, I., T. Doyle, and J. Day. Long-term growth enhancement of bald cypress (Taxodium distichum) from municipal wastewater application. McNally, D., P. Kemp, and J. Day. Effects of a managed structural impoundment on wetland hydrology, sedimentation, and submerged vegetation aquatic vegetation within the Mississippi Deltaic Plain. Rybczyk, J., J. Day, A. Rismondo, F. Scarton, D. Are, and G. Abrami. Modeling the effect of sea level rise on the Po delta, Itlay. Cahoon, D., J. Day, and D. Reed. Elevation deficits: a new approach for evaluating the potential for coastal marsh submergence. Pont, D., J. Nicolas, E. Franquet, J. Day, P. Hensel, C. Ibanez, and E. Coulet. Impacts of Rhone River floods of 1993-1994 on the Rhone deltaic plain. Day, J., J. Suhayda, P. Kemp, N. Latif, D. Reed, R. Boumans, and D. Cahoon. Rapid loss of surface elevation following vegetation death in the Mississippi delta. Ibanez, C., J. Day, D. Pont, and A. Curco. Primary production and relative sea level rise in wetlands of the Rhone Delta, France. Hensel, P., J. W. Day, D. Pont, and J.N. Day. Short-term sedimentation patterns in the Rhone delta, France. (poster). Day, J. Analysis of sediment fences in La Branche Wetlands (St. Charles) and at Leeville (Lafourche). ParishWetlands Restoration Program Effectiveness Workshop. New Orleans, LA. Nov. 29, 1995. Day, J. Nutrient reduction of Mississippi River water through freshwater diversion. First Gulf of Mexico Hypoxia Management Conference. Kenner, LA. Dec 5-6, 1995. Hesse, I., W. Conner and J. Day. Herbivory impacts on the regeneration of forested wetlands in Louisiana. Southern Forested Wetlands Ecology and Management Conference. Clemson, S.C. March 25-27, 1996. J. Day. Monitoring salt marsh sedimentation and erosion for wetlands management in Venice Lagoon. 20th Estuaries Study Group Meeting. Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS. May 1-3. The Basics of the Basin. Hammond, LA. May 30-31, 1996. J. Day, J. Rybczyk, A. J. Englande, M. Dolese and G. Cooper. Water quality improvement using coastal wetlands in St. Bernard Parish. J. Day, R. Lane, P. Kemp, B. Perez, J. Suhayda, and D. Demcheck. Overland flow of Mississippi River water in coastal wetlands within and surrounding the Bonnet Carre spillway. J. Day, R. Lane, and B. Thibodeaux. Water quality analysis of the Caernarvon freshwater diversion project. Day, J., E. Reyes, and J. Lindsey. An information system to determine the feasibility of wetland enhancement through the application of secondarily treated wastewater. Coastal Zone 96. July 1996, Seattle, Washington. Rudnick D.T., F.H. Sklar, S.P. Kelly, E. Reyes, J.W. Day Jr., B. Perez, M. Sutula, D.L. Childers, S. Davis, N. Oehm. Nutrient Exchange Between Florida Bay and the EvergladesĐ Salinity Transition Zone. Florida Bay Science Conf. 96. Key Largo, FL. Dec. 1996. Childers, Dan, S.E Davis, N.J. Oehm, J. Day, B. Perez, E. Reyes, and M. Sutula, D. Rudnick, F. Sklar. Salinity and organic matter transformations as controls on wetland-water column interaction in a South Florida mangrove forest. Gulf Estuarine Research Society (GERS ů97) Annual Spring Meeting. Ocean Springs, MS. Mar. 1997 Reyes E., J.W. Day. Ecological Landscape Modeling in the Mississippi Delta. Models and Mass Balance Calculations for the Gulf of Mexico. Gulf of Mexico Program Workshop. Apr. 1997 Reyes E., M. Sutula, J.W. Day. Water budget and nutrient exchange at the EvergladesĐ salinity transition zone. Poster. ÚWalt Dineen Societyń Conference. Miami, FL. May, 1997. Coronado-Molina C., J.W. Day , E. Reyes. Structure and litterfall of a dwarf R. mangle forest in Taylor River Slough. Poster. ÚWalt Dineen Societyń Conference. Miami, FL. May, 1997. Oehm N.J., D.L. Childers, S.E. Davis, J.W. Day, B. Perez, E. Reyes, M. Sutula, D. Rudnick, F. Sklar. The effects of nutrient enrichment on soil microbial processes in mangroves. ÚWalt Dineen Societyń Conference. Miami, FL. May, 1997. R. Pratt and J. Day. The use of benthic macroinvertebrates for monitoring in a forested wetland receiving municipal effluent. Poster presented at the North American Benthological Society annual conference. San Marcos, TX, 26-31 May, 1997. J. Rybczyk, J. Day, R. Lane and P. Kemp. Assimilation of nutrients from diversted river water by wetland overflow. Mississippi River Water Conference. New Orleans, LA, Sept. 19-20, 1997. J. Day. System functioning as as basis for sustainable management of deltas. International Workshop on Deltas and Coastal Lowlands: Their Sustainability and Conservation. Sant Carles de la Rapita, Spain, Oct. 2-5, 1997 (Keynote speaker). The following presentations were made at the Estuarine Research Federation Conference held in Providence, RI, Oct 12-16,1997. S. Davis, D. Childers, N. Oehm, J. Day, E. Reyes, B. Perez, M. Sutula, F. Sklar, and D. Rudnick. The influence of slinity on carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus flux in two South Florida mangrove communities. M. Sutula, B. Perez, E. Reyes, C. Coronado, J. Day, D. Childers, and N. Oehm. Material exchange between northeastern Florida Bay and a major mangrove tidal creek. J. Rybczyk and J. Day. A simulation model for predicting the effect of relative sea level rise on wetland elevation and sustainability (poster). D. Cahoon, J. Day, and D. Reed. the relationship among vertical accretion, elevation change and sea-level rise in selected wetlands of Europe and North America. J. Day, C. Ibanez, D. Pont, P. Hensel, A. Rismondo, F. Scarton, and D. Are. Sea level rise and Mediterranean deltaic wetlands: Importance of riverine input. R. Lane, J. Day, and B. Thibodeaux. Water quality analysis of the Caernarvon freshwater diversion project (Poster). R. Day, J. Day, C. Coronado, F. Vera-Herrera, and H. Alvarez. Long term records of mangrove growth in southeastern Mexico (Poster). J. Day. Management of deltaic ecosystems in the presence of climate change: Land subsidence in Louisiana. Climate Change: What Does it Mean for the Central Southwest? A regional conference on global warming sponsored by the U.S.E.P.A. Dallas, TX, Oct 30, 1997. Englande, A.J. and J.Day. Using Wastewater Effluent for Wetlands Restoration- A Case Study. Communities Working for Wetlands Conference. New Orleans, Louisiana. Feb. 17-20, 1999. A.J. Englande, Jr., J.W. Day, G. Jin, J.Kybczyk, C.-Y. Hu. Wetlands Restoration Using Wastewater Effluent: An Example of Resource Management. Water Environmental Federation Conference and Exposition. New Orleans, Louisiana. October 9-13, 1999. Day, J. Monitoring Salt-Marsh Sedimentation and Erosion for Wetlands Management, Part II. Louisiana Environment Đ99: Law, Science, and the Public Interest. Tulane Law School. New Orleans, Louisiana. February 26-28, 1999. Reyes, E., and J. Day, J.F. Martin. 1999. Modeling the Louisiana Coastal Zone: deltaic influences on the landscape. 95th American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, 23-27 March 1999, Honolulu, Hawaii. The following papers and posters were presented at the Estuarine Research Federation Conference. September 25-30, 1999. New Orleans, LA. Alvarez-Guillen, H., C. Coronado-Molina, J. W. Day, F. Vera-Herrera, R. R. Twilley: Litterfall dynamics in a mangrove forest bordering Terminos Lagoon, Mexico Cardoch, L. J. W. Day, J. F. Marin, C. Ibanez, M. Giampietro, J. Y. Ko: Human appropriation of net primary productivity in the Mississippi and Ebro Deltas: Implications for sustainable management Conner, W. H., J. W. Day, G. P. Shaffer: An evaluation of four alternative flooding scenarios for the Bonnet Carre diversion, Mississippi River, Louisiana Coronado-Molina, C., J. W. Day, E. Reyes, B. Perez, S. Kelly: Litterfall dynamics and nutrient turnover in mangrove forests located along the everglades salinity transition zone. Davis, S. E., D. Childers, J. Day, D. Rudnick, F. Sklar: The seasonality of mangrove-water column nutrient dynamics in south Florida Day, J., R. Lane, B. Perez, C. Madden, C. Brantley: Nitrate assimilation in the Mississippi Delta Delgado, P., P. F. Hensel, J. A. Jimenez, J. W. Day: Laguncularia, pioneer species colonizing point bars and islands in riverine environments: Importamce of P\propagule establishment Hensel, P. F., J. W. Day, D. Pont: Instantaneous material fluxes between a marsh ┌ lagoon system in the Rhone River near its mouth Inoue, M., W. J. Wiseman, Jr. D. Justic, J. W. Day. A coupled ecological-hydrodynamic model applied to a Louisiana estuary. Kemp, G. P., J. F. Martin, H. Mashriqui, E. Reyes, J. W. Day. Modeling salt marsh elevation response to sea level rise in the Mississippi River deltaic plain Ko, J. Y. J. F. Martin, L. Cardoch, J. W. Day. An energy efficiency analysis of wetland wastewater treatment in Louisiana Lane, R. R. and J. Day: Ecological effects of Mississippi River water introduced into Louisiana's coastal wetlands Lara-Dominguez, A. L., A. Yanez-Arancibia, J. W. Day. Sequential use of mangrove and seagrass habitats by the fish community in Terminos Lagoon, Mexico. Martin, J. F., E. Reyes, M. L. White, J. W. Day, G. Kemp, H. S. Mashriqui: Integration of estuarine processes using landscape models in coastal Louisiana: Forecasts and management alternatives. Perez, B. C., J. W. Day, L. Rouse, R. Shaw, R. Twilley: Influence of Atchafalaya River discharge and cold fronts on material fluxes in Fourleague Bay, Louisiana. Reyes, E., J. W. Day, R. Lane: Modeling coastal sediment deposition and nutrient uptake in response to event scale forcing Sutula, M. J., J. W. Day, B. Perez, E. Reyes, D. Childers, D. Rudnick, F. Sklar: Processes controlling nutrient transport in the SE everglades wetlands and exchange with Floriday Bay, USA. Vera-Herrera, F., H. Alvarez-Guille, J. W. Day, J. L. Rojas- Galaviz, L. A. Ayala-Perez, A. Yanez-Arancivia: Changes in biomass of a freshwater hydrophyte community influenced by an exotic fish species Session Chair. Day, J. W. Louisiana State Univeristy Robert McAdory. USACOE/Waterways Experiment Station. The utility of modeling in estuarine science. Day, J., An ecological and economic overview of wetland wastewater assimilation. Keynote speaker. International Conference on Wetlands and Remediation. Nov. 16-17, 1999. Salt Lake City, Utah. Rudnick, D., J. Day, et al. Nutrient cycling and transport in the Florida Bay - Everglades ecotone. 1999 Florida Bay and Adjacent Marine Systems Science Conference. Nov. 1-5, 1999. Key Largo, Fl. Day, J. Nutrient uptake in diverted waters in coastal Louisiana. A dialog on the impacts of restoration strategies on the fate and effects of river-borne nutrients in Louisiana coastal waters. Jan. 14-14, 2000. Woodland Plantation, West Point a la Hache, Louisiana. Day, J. Ecological effects of diversions. Coastal Wetlands Planning, Protection, and Restoration Act, Task Force Meeting. April 5, 2000. Lafayette, La. Other Scholarly Activities Two paintings entitled ÚBathed and salved in golden lightń. LSU Folks Art Show. LSU Union Art Gallery, June 14 ┌ July 21, 2002. Graduate Committees Chaired Charles S. Hopkinson, MS 1973 Daniel Rodrguez-Ortega, MS 1974 Robert L. Allen, MS 1975 Thomas Butler, MS 1975 William H. Conner, MS 1975 Glen Cramer, MS 1978 G. Paul Kemp, MS. 1978 Scott McNamara, MS 1978 Charles S. Hopkinson, PhD 1979 Anne S. Witzig, MS 1979 Jane M. Caffrey, MS 1983 Carolyn A. Miller, MS 1983 Antonio Philomena, MS 1983 Fred H. Sklar, PhD 1983 Kenneth C. Teague, MS 1983 Linda A. Deegan, PhD 1985 Francisco Ley-Lou, MS 1985 Steve Pierce, MS 1985 Francisco J. Flores-Verdugo, PhD 1986 (National University of Mexico) Fernando Gonzles-Farias, PhD 1986 (National University of Mexico) Christopher J. Madden, MS 1986 John R. Randall, MS 1986 Wayne Slater, MS 1986 Marlene K. Stern, MS 1986 Dianna L. Steller, PhD 1987 Nancy Taylor Leibowitz, MS 1988 Victor Rivera-Monroy, MS 1988 Daniel L. Childers, PhD 1989 Susan Patton, MS 1990 (Institute of Environmental Sciences) Kevin P. Sweeney, MS 1990 (Institute of Environmental Sciences) Andre M. Breaux, PhD 1992 Christopher J. Madden, PhD, 1992 Enrique Reyes-Gomez, PhD 1992 Roel Boumans, PhD 1994 Carlos Coronado, MS 1994 Glenn Garson, PhD 1994 Irene Hesse, MS 1994 Tina Miller-Way, PhD 1994 Victor Rivera-Monroy, PhD, 1994 Patricia Delgado, MS 1995 David McNally, MS 1995 John Rybczyk, PhD 1997 Ted Blahnik, MS 1997 Richard Pratt, MS 1998 Philippe Hensel, PhD 1998 Mary While, PhD 1999 Martha Sutula, PhD 1999 Anneliese Westphal, MS 2000 Brian Perez, PhD 2000 Jay Martin, PhD 2000 Lynette Cardoch, PhD 2000 Carlos Coronado, PhD 2000 Patricia Delgado, PhD 2001 Ana Laura Lara-Dominguez 2001