Shailesh Sharma
Shailesh Sharma
Restoration Ecologist- New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
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Do restored oyster reefs benefit seagrasses? An experimental study in the Northern Gulf of Mexico
S Sharma, J Goff, RM Moody, D Byron, KL Heck Jr, SP Powers, C Ferraro, ...
Restoration Ecology 24 (3), 306-313, 2016
Status, trends and significance of American hydropower in the changing energy landscape
S Sharma, J Waldman, S Afshari, B Fekete
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 101, 112-122, 2018
A hybrid shoreline stabilization technique: Impact of modified intertidal reefs on marsh expansion and nekton habitat in the northern Gulf of Mexico
S Sharma, J Goff, J Cebrian, C Ferraro
Ecological engineering 90, 352-360, 2016
Effects of shoreline dynamics on saltmarsh vegetation
S Sharma, J Goff, RM Moody, A McDonald, D Byron, KL Heck Jr, ...
PloS one 11 (7), e0159814, 2016
Tropicalization of the barrier islands of the northern Gulf of Mexico: A comparison of herbivory and decomposition rates between smooth cordgrass (Spartina alterniflora) and …
A Macy, S Sharma, E Sparks, J Goff, KL Heck, MW Johnson, P Harper, ...
PloS one 14 (1), e0210144, 2019
Solar-power replacement as a solution for hydropower foregone in US dam removals
J Waldman, S Sharma, S Afshari, B Fekete
Nature Sustainability, 2019
Quantifying and addressing the prevalence and bias of study designs in the environmental and social sciences
AP Christie, D Abecasis, M Adjeroud, JC Alonso, T Amano, A Anton, ...
Nature Communications 11 (1), 1-11, 2020
Potential Solar Replacement of Hydroelectricity to Reopen Rivers: Maine as a Case Example
S Sharma, J Waldman
Fisheries, 2021
Utilizing living shoreline and hybrid designs for coastal restoration: Impacts on water quality, submerged aquatic vegetation, salt marsh flora and associated organisms
S Sharma
Department of Marine Sciences, University of South Alabama, 2016
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