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2018
Huang X., Rippy MA, Mehring A.S, Winfrey B.K, Jiang S.C, Grant S.B.  2018.  Shifts in dissolved organic matter and microbial community composition are associated with enhanced removal of fecal pollutants in urban stormwater wetlands. Water Research. 137:310-323.
2017
Parker E.A, Rippy MA, Mehring A.S, Winfrey B.K, Ambrose R.F, Levin L.A, Grant S.B.  2017.  Predictive power of clean bed filtration theory for fecal indicator bacteria removal in stormwater biofilters. Environmental Science & Technology. 51:5703-5712.
2016
Mehring A.S, Hatt B.E, Kraikittikun D., Orelo B.D, Rippy MA, Grant S.B, Gonzalez J.P, Jiang S.C, Ambrose R.F, Levin L.A.  2016.  Soil invertebrates in Australian rain gardens and their potential roles in storage and processing of nitrogen. Ecological Engineering. 97:138-143.
2015
Askarizadeh A., Rippy MA, Fletcher T.D, Feldman D.L, Peng J., Bowler P., Mehring A.S, Winfrey B.K, Vrugt J.A, AghaKouchak A. et al..  2015.  From rain tanks to catchments: Use of low-impact development to address hydrologic symptoms of the urban stream syndrome. Environmental Science & Technology. 49:11264-11280.
2013
Rippy MA, Franks PJS, Feddersen F, Guza RT, Warrick J.A.  2013.  Beach nourishment impacts on bacteriological water quality and phytoplankton bloom dynamics. Environmental Science & Technology. 47:6146-6154.
Rippy MA, Franks PJS, Feddersen F, Guza RT, Moore DF.  2013.  Factors controlling variability in nearshore fecal pollution: The effects of mortality. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 66:191-198.
Rippy MA, Franks PJS, Feddersen F, Guza RT, Moore DF.  2013.  Physical dynamics controlling variability in nearshore fecal pollution: Fecal indicator bacteria as passive particles. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 66:151-157.
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