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  1. Microplastics in urban New Jersey freshwaters: distribution, chemical identification, and biological affects. Ravit et al. 2017.
  2. Influencing the outcomes in a cycle of redevelopment for the good of urban canopy. (3m PDF). 2017. Grabosky et al.
  3. Urban wetlands: restoration or designed rehabilitation? Ravit et al. 2017.
  4. Developing a Vacant Property Inventory through Productive Partnerships: A University, NGO, and Municipal Planning Collaboration in Trenton, New Jersey. 2016. Drake at al.
  5. Composting of Aged Reed Bed Biosolids for Beneficial Reuse: A Case Study in New Jersey, USA. 2016. Kannepalli et al.
  6. Unique Landfill Restoration Designs Increase Opportunities to Create Urban Open Space (1.5m PDF). 2016. Hoefer et al. doi: 10.1017/S1466046616000090
  7. Urban Greening Supported by GIS: From Data Collection to Policy Implementation. 2015. Drake et al.
  8. Is Urban Marsh Sustainability Compatible with the Clean Water Act? (334k PDF) 2015. Ravit & Weis
  9. Clean Water Act Section 404 and Coastal Marsh Sustainability (211k PDF). 2014. Ravit et al.
  10. Improving Management Support Tools for Reintroducing Bivalve Species (Eastern Oyster[Crassostrea virginica Gmelin]) in Urban Estuaries (1.3m PDF). 2014. Ravit et al. doi: 10.1002/ieam.1553
  11. Eastern Oysters (Crassostrea virginica) in the Hudson-Raritan Estuary: Restoration Research and Shellfishery Policy. 2012. Ravit et al.
  12. Modeling Urban Wetland Hydrology for the Restoration of a Forested Riparian Wetland Ecosystem (1.9m PDF). 2008. Obropta et al.
  13. A Vegetation Survey of Teaneck Creek Wetlands (1.2m PDF). 2008. Ravit et al.
  14. A Baseline Characterization Approach to Wetland Enhancement in an Urban Watershed (6.9m PDF). 2008. Ravit et al.
  15. Development of a Dynamic Energy Balance to Assess Operating Efficiency of the Burlington County Bioreactor Landfill in New Jersey (USA) (106k PDF). 2007. Babson et al.
  16. The Effects of Drainage and Nitrogen Enrichment on Phragmites Australis, Spartina Alterniflora, and Their Roo-Associated Microbial Communities (537k PDF). 2007. Ravit et al.
  17. Effects of Vegetation on Root-associated Microbial Communities: A Comparison of Disturbed versus Undisturbed Estuarine Sediments. 2006. Ravit et al.
  18. Salt Marsh Rhizosphere Affects Microbial BioTransformation of the Widespread Halogenated Contaminant Tetrabromobisphenol-A (TBBPA) (248k PDF). 2005. Ravit et al. doi: 10.1016/j.soilbio.2004.11.003
  19. A Comparison of Sediment Microbial Communities Associated with Phragmites australis and Spartina alterniflora in Two Brackish Wetlands of New Jersey (1.6k PDF). 2003. Ravit et al.