Peer-Reviewed Articles (*M.S. Student, Ph.D. Student, ††Post Doc)

67. Onwuka, I.S., Scinto, L.J., Price, R.M. and Melesse, A.M., 2023. Dynamics of particles and phosphorus in canals of the lower everglades, Florida, USA. Science of The Total Environment, p.166508. 

66. †Smith, M.A., Kominoski, J.S., Price, R.M., Abdul‐Aziz, O.I. and Troxler, T.G., Linking seasonal changes in organic matter composition and nutrients to shifting hydraulic gradients in coastal urban canals. Water Resources Research, p.e2022WR033334.

65. *Reio D.N., Price R.M., Melesse A.M., Ross M. Quantification of Evapotranspiration and Water Chemistry in a Remediated Wetland in Everglades National Park, USA. Water. 2023; 15(4):611.

64. Stofella, S.L., Ross, M.S. Sah, J.P., Price, R.M. Scinto, L.J. Cline, E.A., Sklar, F.H. Flooding and planting density shape forests in an experimental Everglades Landscape:  Lessons for forest restoration. ECOSPHERE (2022) 13:e4223,

63. Peña, F.,  F. Nardi, A. Melesse, J. Obeysekera, F. Castelli, R. M. Price, T. Crowl, Noemi Gonzalez-Ramirez, 2022. Compound flood modeling framework for surface-subsurface water interactions, Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, (2022) 22(3), pp.775-793;

62. Kiflai, M.E.; Whitman, D.; Price, R.M.; Frankovich, T.A.; Madden, C.J. Geophysical Characterization in the Shallow Water Estuarine Lakes of the Southern Everglades, Florida. Appl. Sci. 2022, 12, 1154.

61.  Dessu, S.B., Paudel, R., Price, R.M. and Davis, S.E., 2021. Using empirical data and modeled scenarios of Everglades restoration to understand changes in coastal vulnerability to sea level rise. Climatic Change, 168(3), pp.1-24.

60.  Moncada, A.M., Melesse, A.M., , Vithanage, J.,  Price, R.M., Long-Term Assessment of Surface Water Quality in a Highly Managed Estuary Basin. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health (2021), 18, 9417.

59. Smith, M.A., Kominoski, J.S., Gaiser, E.E., Price, R.M. and Troxler, T.G., Stormwater runoff and tidal flooding transform dissolved organic matter composition and increase bioavailability in urban coastal ecosystems. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, (2021) 126 (7), p.e2020JG006146.

58. Åhlén, I., G. Vigouroux, G. Destouni, J. Pietroń, N. Ghajarnia, J. Anaya, J. Blanco, S. Borja, S. Chalov, K.P. Chun, N. Clerici, A. Desormeaux, P. Girard, O. Gorelits, A. Hansen, F. Jaramillo, Z. Kalantari, A. Labbaci, L.. . Licero-Villanueva, J. Livsey, G. Maneas, K. Pisarello, D.M. Pahani, S. Palomino-Ángel, R. Price, C.. . Ricaurte-Villota, L. Fernanda Ricaurte, V.H. Rivera-Monroy, A. Rodriguez, E. Rodriguez, J. Salgado, B. Sannel, S.. . Seifollahi-Aghmiuni, M. Simard, Y. Sjöberg, P. Terskii, J. Thorslund, D.A. Zamora, J. Jarsjö, Hydro-climatic changes of wetlandscapes across the world, Scientific Reports. Scientific Reports, 11 (2021) 2754.

  1. Van Dam, B.R., Lopes, C.C., Polsenaere, P., Price, R.M., Rutgersson, A. and Fourqurean, J.W., 2020. Water temperature control on CO2 flux and evaporation over a subtropical seagrass meadow revealed by atmospheric eddy covariance. Limnology and Oceanography. (2021) 66 (2), 510-527.
  2. Ward, ND, JP Megonigal, B Bond-Lamberty, V Bailey, D Butman, E A Canuel, H Diefenderfer, N K Ganju, M A Goñi, E B Graham, C S Hopkinson, T Khangaonkar, J A Langley, N G McDowell, A N. Myers-Pigg, R B Neumann, C L Osburn, R M Price, J Rowland, A Sengupta, M Simard, P Thornton, M Tzortziou, R Vargas, P B Weisenhorn, L Windham-Myers. Representing the Function and Sensitivity of Coastal Interfaces in Earth System Models, (2020). Nature Communications, 11, 2458.
  3. Ghajarnia, G. Destouni, J. Thorslund, Z. Kalantari, I. Ahlen, J.A. Anaya-Acevedo, J.F. Blanco-Libreros, S. Borja, S. Chalov, A. Chalova, K.P. Chun, N. Clerici, A. Desormeaux, B.B. Garfield, P. Girard, O. Gorelits, A. Hansen, F. Jaramillo, J. Jarsjo, A. Labbaci, J. Livsey, G. Maneas, K. McCurley Pisarello, S. Palomino-’Angel, J. Pietron, R.M. Price, V.H. Rivera-Monroy, J. Salgado, A.B.K. Sannel, S. Seifollahi-Aghmiuni, Y. Sjoberg, P. Terskii, G. Vigouroux, L. Licero-Villanueva, D. Zamora. (2020). Data for wetlandscapes and their changes around the world, Earth System Science Data. 12 1083–1100.
  4. ††Dessu, S.B., R.M.Price, J.S.Kominoski, S.E.Davis., A.S.Wymore, W. H. McDowell, E.E. Gaiser, (2020). Percentile-Range Indexed Mapping and Evaluation (PRIME): A new tool for long-term data discovery and application. Environmental Modelling & Software, Volume 124, Feb. 2020, 104580. 
  5. Price, R. Water, Sustainability, and Survival and Katrina Schwartz with Bill Anderson, Ross Boucek, Henry Briceño, Mark Cook, Carl Fitz, Michael Heithaus, Jeff Onsted, Jennifer Rehage. (2019). Chapter 3: Water, Sustainability, and Survival in The Coastal Everglades: The Dynamics of Social-Ecological Transformation in the South Florida Landscape: 34-70.
  6. Ogurcak, D.E., JP Sah, René M. Price, MS Ross, 2019. Shifting baselines in coastal forests: Rising seas transform plant communities from the ‘ground’ up. Forest Ecology and Management, Vol. 453, 11758.
  7. Sullivan, P.L., G.L. Macpherson, J.B. Martin, R.M. Price, 2019. Evolution of carbonate and karst critical zones. Chemical Geology, ISSN 0009-2541,
  8. Jaramillo et al., 2019.  Priorities and Interactions of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with Focus on Wetlands. Water. 11(3), 619;
  9. ††Dessu, SB., Price RM, Bhat MG, Melesse AM, Seid A, Strzepek K, and McClain M.  2019. Development and Application of Priority Rated Optimization Model (PROM) for Multi-Sector Water Resources Management System. Environmental Modeling and Software, Vol. 113, March 2019, Pages 84-97.
  10. Ogurcak, DE and Price RM, 2019. Groundwater geochemistry fluctuations along a fresh-saltwater gradient on the carbonate islands of the lower Florida Keys. Chemical Geology, Vol. 527, 118925, ISSN 0009-2541.
  11. *Prieto AE, Price RM, Scinto LJ, Maurrasse FJ-MR, Dreschel TW, Sklar FH, and Cline EA, 2019. Lithologic controls on hydrologic and geochemical processes in constructed Everglades tree islands. Chemical Geology, Vol. 527, 118721,
    ISSN 0009-2541,
  12. ††Dessu, SB, Price RM, Troxler TG, and Kominoski JS. 2018 Effects of sea-level rise and freshwater management on long-term water levels and water quality in the Florida Coastal Everglades. Journal of Environmental Management, 211: 164-176.
  13. Ho, DT, S Ferrón, VC Engel, WT Anderson, PK Swart, RM Price, L Barbero, 2017.  Dissolved carbon biogeochemistry and export in mangrove-dominated rivers of the Florida Everglades. Biogeosciences 14 (9), 2543.
  14. Flower, H, M Rains, D Lewis, JZ Zhang, R Price, 2017. Saltwater intrusion as potential driver of phosphorus release from limestone bedrock in a coastal aquifer. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 184, 166-176.
  15. Flower, H, M Rains, D Lewis, JZ Zhang, R Price, 2016. Control of phosphorus concentration through adsorption and desorption in shallow groundwater of subtropical carbonate estuary, Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 169: 238-247.
  16. †Sullivan, PL, R Price, M Ross, J Say, L Scinto, S Stoffella, T Dreschel, F Sklar, and E Cline. 2016. Trees: A powerful geomorphic agent governing the landscape evolution of a subtropical wetland. Biogeochemistry, 128(3), 369–384.
  17. Smith, CG, RM Price, PW Swarzenski, JC †Stalker. 2016. The Role of Ocean Tides on Groundwater-Surface Water Exchange in a Mangrove-Dominated Estuary: Shark River Slough, Florida Coastal Everglades, USA, Estuaries and Coasts, 39(6):1600–1616.
  18. *Sandoval, E, RM Price, D Whitman, AM Melesse. 2016. Long-term (11years) study of water balance, flushing times and water chemistry of a coastal wetland undergoing restoration, Everglades, Florida, USA. Catena 144, 74-83.
  19. Gaiser, EE, EP Anderson, E Castañeda-Moya, L Collado-Vides, JW Fourqurean, MR Heithaus, R Jaffé, D †Lagomasino, NJ Oehm, RM Price, VH Rivera-Monroy, RR Chowdhury, TG Troxler, 2015. New perspectives on an iconic landscape from comparative international long-term ecological research. Ecosphere, 6(10): 1-18.
  20. †Lagomasino, D, RM Price, D. Whitman, A. Melesse and S. Oberbauer. 2015. Spatial and temporal variability in spectral-based surface energy evapotranspiration measured from Landsat 5TM across two mangrove ecotones, Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 213: 304-316, doi:10.1016/j.agrformet.2014.11.017.
  21. Troxler, TG, JG Barr, JD Fuentes, V Engel, G Anderson, C Sanchez, D †Lagomasino, R Price, SE Davis, 2015. Component-specific dynamics of riverine mangrove CO2 efflux in the. Florida coastal Everglades, Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 213: 273–282, doi:10.1016/j.agrformet.2014.12.012, 2015.
  22. Mahmoudi, M., R Garcia, E Cline, R Price, L Scinto, S Wdowinski, and F Miralles-Wilhelm. 2015. Fine Spatial Resolution Simulation of Two-Dimensional Modeling of Flow Pulses Discharge into Wetlands: Case Study of Loxahatchee Impoundment Landscape Assessment, the Everglades. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0001206, 2015.
  23. *Ceron, CN, AM Melesse, R Price, SB Dessu, HP Kandel. 2015. Operational Actual Wetland Evapotranspiration Estimation for South Florida Using MODIS Imagery, Remote Sensing, 7 (4), 3613-3632.
  24. †Lagomasino, D, RM Price, J Herrera-Silveira, F Fernando Miralles-Wilhelm, G Merediz-Alonso, and Y Gomez-Hernandez. 2015. Connecting groundwater and surface water sources in groundwater dependent coastal wetlands and estuaries: Sian Káan Biosphere Reserve, Quintana Roo, Mexico. Estuaries and Coasts, 38 (5): 1744-1763.
  25. †Lagomasino, D, RM Price, D Whitman, PKE Campbell, A Melesse. Estimating major ion and nutrient concentrations in two coastal mangrove estuaries using leaf and satellite reflectance. Remote Sensing of Environment, 154:202-218, 2014.
  26. Haigh, I, T Wahl, E Rohling, R Price, C Pattiaratchi, F Calafat, and S Dangendorf. Timescales for detecting a significant acceleration in sea-level rise. Nature Communications, 5:3635, doi:10.1038/ncomms4635. 2014.
  27. †Stalker JC, Price, RM, Rivera-Monroy, VH, Herrera-Silveira, J, Morales, S, Benitez, JA,  Alonzo-Parra, D.  Hydrologic Dynamics of a Subtropical Estuary Using Geochemical Tracers, Celestún, Yucatán, Mexico.  Estuaries and Coasts, 1-12. 10.1007/s12237-014-9778-5. 2014.
  28. Troxler, TG, C Coronado-Molina, DN Rondeau, S Krupa, S Newman, RM Price, FH Sklar. Interactions of local climatic, biotic and hydrogeochemical processes facilitate phosphorus dynamics along an Everglades forest-marsh gradient. Biogeosciences, 11:899-914, 2014.
  29. †Sullivan, PL, RM Price, F Miralles-Willhelm, MS Ross, L Scinto, T Dreschel, FH Sklar, and E Cline. The role of recharge and evapotranspiration as hydraulic drivers of ion concentrations in shallow groundwater on Everglades tree islands, Florida (USA), Hydrological Processes, 28(2): 293-304. DOI:10.1002/hyp.9575, 2014.
  30. †Sullivan, PL, RM Price, JL Schedlbauer, A ††Saha, EE. Gaiser. The influence of hydrologic restoration on groundwater-surface water interactions in a karst wetland, the Everglades (FL, USA). Wetlands, 34 (1 Supplement): 23-35, 2014.
  31. Blanco, RI, GM Naja, R Rivero and RM Price. Spatial and temporal changes in groundwater salinity in south Florida. Applied Geochemistry, 38:48-58, 2013.
  32. †Sullivan, PL, RM Price, V Engel, and MS Ross. The influence of vegetation on the hydrodynamics and geomorphology of a tree island in Everglades National Park (Florida, USA). Ecohydrology, DOI: 10.1002/eco.1394, 2013.
  33. Price, RM, G Skrzypek, PF Grierson, PK Swart, and JW Fourqurean. The use of stable isotopes of oxygen and hydrogen to identify water sources in two hypersaline estuaries with different hydrologic regimes, Marine & Freshwater Research, 63:952-966, 2012.
  34. *Zapata-Rios, X. and RM Price. Estimates of groundwater discharge to a coastal wetland using multiple techniques: Taylor Slough, Everglades National Park. Hydrogeology Journal, 20:1651–1668, 2012.
  35. ††Saha, AK, CS Moses, RM Price, V Engel, TJ Smith III, and G Anderson. A Hydrological Budget (2002-2008) for a Large Subtropical Wetland Ecosystem Indicates Marine Groundwater Discharge Accompanies Diminished Freshwater Flow. Estuaries and Coasts. 35(2):459-474, 2012.
  36. †Koch, GR, DL Childers, PA Staehr, RM Price, SE Davis, and EE Gaiser. Hydrological conditions control P loading and aquatic metabolism in an oligotrophic, subtropical estuary. Estuaries and Coasts, 35(1):292-30, 2012.
  37. ††Saha, AK, S Saha, J Sadle, J Jiang, MS Ross, RM Price, LSLO Sternberg, KS Wendelberger.  Sea level rise and South Florida coastal forests. Climate Change 107(1-2):81-108, 2011.
  38. Wetzel, PR, Sklar FH, Coronado CA, Troxler TG, Krupa SL, †Sullivan PL, Ewe S, Price RM, Newman S, Orem WH. 2011. Biogeochemical Processes on Tree Islands in the Greater Everglades: Initiating a New Paradigm. Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology, 41:670 – 701, 2011.
  39. Rivera-Monroy, VH, RR Twilley, SE Davis III, DL Childers, M Simard, R Chambers, R Jaffe, JN Boyer, DT Rudnick, K Zhang, E Castaneda-Moy, S Ewe, RM Price, C Coronado-Molina, M Ross, TJ Smith III, B Mechot, E Meselhe, W Nuttle, TG Troxler, GB Noe. The role of the Everglades Mangrove Ecotone Region (EMER) in regulating nutrient cycling and wetland productivity in south Florida. Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology, 41(6):633-669, 2011.
  40. †Sullivan, PL, RM Price, MS Ross, LJ Scinto, SL Stoffella, E Cline, TW Dreschel, FH Sklar. Hydrologic processes on tree islands in the Everglades (Florida, USA): tracking the effects of tree establishment and growth, Hydrogeology Journal, 19:367-378, 2011.
  41. Stoffella, SL, MS Ross, JP Sah, RM Price, PL †Sullivan, EA Cline & LJ Scinto. Survival and growth responses of eight Everglades tree species along an experimental hydrological gradient on two tree island types. Applied Vegetation Science, 13:439-449, 2010.
  42. Price, RM, MR Savabi, JL ††Jolicoeur, S Roy. Adsorption and desorption of phosphate on limestone in experiments simulating seawater intrusion, Applied Geochemistry, 25:1085-1091, 2010.
  43. †Chen, M, RM Price, Y Yamashita, R Jaffé. Comparative study of dissolved organic matter from groundwater and surface water in the Florida coastal Everglades using multi-dimensional spectrofluorometry combined with multivariate statistics, Applied Geochemistry, 25:872-880, 2010.
  44. †Walsh, V. and RM Price. Determination of vertical and horizontal pathways of injected fresh wastewater into a deep saline aquifer (Florida, USA) using natural chemical tracers, Hydrogeology Journal, 18(4):1027-1042, 2010.
  45. *Stiefel, JM, AM Melesse, ME McClain, RM Price, EP Anderson, and NK Chauhan, Effects of rainwater harvesting induced artificial recharge on the groundwater of wells in Rajasthan, India, Hydrogeology Journal, 17(8):2061-2073, 2009.
  46. †Stalker, JC, RM Price, PK Swart, Determining Spatial and Temporal Inputs of Freshwater, Including Groundwater Discharge, to a Subtropical Estuary Using Geochemical Tracers, Biscayne Bay, South Florida. Estuaries and Coasts, 32(4):694-708, 2009.
  47. Chin, DA, RM Price, and VJ *DiFrenna, Nonlinear Flow in Karst Formations, Ground Water, 47(5):669-674, 2009.
  48. Price, RM, PK Swart, and HE Willoughby, Seasonal and spatial variation in the stable isotopic composition (δ18O and δD) of precipitation in south Florida. Journal of Hydrology, 358:193-205. doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2008.06.003. 2008.
  49. *DiFrenna, VJ, RM Price, and MR Savabi, Identification of a hydrodynamic threshold in karst rocks from the Biscayne Aquifer, south Florida, USA, Hydrogeology Journal, 16(1):31-42. DOI 10.1007/s10040-007-0219-4. 2008.
  50. Price, RM, Nuttle, WK, BJ Cosby, and PK Swart. Variation and Uncertainty in Evaporation from a Subtropical Estuary: Florida Bay, Estuaries and Coasts, 30(3):497-506, 2007.
  51. Price, RM, and P. Swart, Geochemical indicators of groundwater recharge in the Surficial Aquifer System, Everglades National Park, Florida, USA, in Harmon, R.S., and Wicks, C., eds., Perspectives on karst geomorphology, hydrology, and geochemistry—A tribute volume to Derek C. Ford and William B. White: Geological Society of America Special Paper 404:251-266. doi: 10.1130/2006.2404(21). 2006.
  52. Price, RM, PK Swart, and J.W. Fourqurean, Coastal groundwater discharge-an additional source of phosphorus for the oligotrophic wetlands of the Everglades, Hydrobiologia, 569:23-36. doi:10.1007/s10750-006-0120-5. 2006.
  53. Price, RM, JD Happell, Z Top, and PK Swart. Use of tritium and helium to define groundwater flow conditions in Everglades National Park. Water Resources Research, 39(9), doi:10.1029/2002WR001929. 2003.
  54. Happell, JD, RM Price, Z Top, and PK Swart. Evidence for the removal of CFC-11, CFC-12, and CFC-113 at the ground water-surface water interface in the Everglades.  Journal of Hydrology, 279:94-105. 2003.
  55. Swart, PK and RM Price. Origin of Salinity Variations in Florida Bay.  Limnology and Oceanography, 47(4):1234-1241. 2002.
  56. Swart, PK, RM Price, and L.Greer. The relationship between stable isotopic variations (O, H, and C) and salinity in waters and corals from environments in South Florida: Implications for reading the paleoenvironmental record. Bulletins of American Paleontology, 361:17-29, 2001.
  57. Price, RM and JS Herman. Geochemical Investigation of Salt Water Intrusion into a Coastal Carbonate Aquifer: Mallorca, Spain.  Geological Society of America Bulletin, 103(10): 1270-1279, 1991.