Here you can find a list of my publications. Please feel free to contact me if you would like to discuss these papers, or if would like me to send you a copy of a publication.

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Hayes MA, Shor A, Jesse A, Miller C, Kennedy JP, Feller IC. The role of glycine betaine in range expansions; protecting mangroves against extreme freeze events. Journal of Ecology.

Chapman S, Hayes MA, Kelly B, Langley A. 2019. What is the oxygen sensitivity of coastal wetland soil carbon mineralization. Biology Letters 15 (1).

Hayes MA, Jesse A, Welti N, Lockington D, Lovelock C. 2018. Groundwater enhances aboveground growth in mangroves. Journal of Ecology.

Hayes MA, Jesse A, Hawke B, Baldock J, Tabet B, Lockington D, Lovelock CE. 2017. Dynamics of sediment carbon stocks across intertidal wetland habitats of Moreton Bay, Australia. Global Change Biology 23(10): 4222-4234.

Hayes MA, Jesse A, Tabet B, Lovelock CE. 2017. The contrasting effects of nutrient enrichment on growth, biomass allocation and decomposition of plant tissue in coastal wetlands. Plant and Soil. 416(1-2): 193-204.

Sanderman J, Farrell M, Macreadie PI, Hayes M, Mcgowan J, Baldock J. 2017. Is demineralization with dilute hydrofluoric acid a viable method for isolating mineral stabilized soil organic matter? Geoderma. 304(0): 4-11.

Welti N, Hayes M, Lockington D. 2016. Seasonal nitrous oxide and methane emissions across a subtropical estuarine salinity gradient. Biogeochemistry. 132(1-2): 55-69.

Lovelock, CE, Adame, MF, Bennion, V, Hayes, M, Reef, R, Santini, N, and Cahoon, DR. 2015. Sea level and turbidity controls on mangrove soil surface elevation change. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 153(0): 1-9.

Welti N, Gale D, Hayes M, Kumar A, Gasparon M, Gibbes B, Lockington D. 2015. Intertidal diatom communities reflect patchiness in groundwater discharge. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 163(0): 116-124.

Lovelock CE, Bennion V, Adame MF, Hayes M, O’Mara J, Reef R, Santini N. 2014. Contemporary rates of carbon sequestration through vertical accretion of sediments in mangrove forests and saltmarshes of south east Queensland, Australia. Estuaries and Coasts 37: 763-771.

Vandegehuchte MW, Guyot A, Hubau M, De Groote S, De Baerdemaeker N, Hayes M, Welti N, Lovelock CE, Lockington D, Steppe K. 2014. Long-term versus daily stem diameter variation in co-occurring mangrove species: Environmental versus ecophysiological drivers. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 192–193(0): 51-58.