Blahnik, T., and J.W. Day 2000. The effects of varied hydraulic and nutrient loading rates on water quality and hydrologic distributions in a natural forested treatment wetland. Wetlands 20: 48-61.

Brantley, C.G., J.W. Day, R.R. Lane, E. Hyfield, J.N. Day, and J-Y Ko. 2008. Primary production, nutrient dynamics, and accretion of a coastal freshwater forested wetland assimilation system in Louisiana. Ecological Engineering 34: 7–22.

Breaux, A.M., and J.W. Day. 1994. Policy considerations for wetland wastewater treatment in the coastal zone: a case for Louisiana. Coastal Management. 22: 285-307.

Day, J., J.-Y. Ko, J. Rybczyk, D. Sabins, R. Bean, G. Berthelot, C. Brantley, A. Breaux, L. Cardoch, W. Conner, C. Courville, J. Day, A. Englande, S. Feagley, E. Hyfield, R. Lane, J. Lindsey, J. Mistich, W. Mitsch, E. Reyes, R. Twilley, A. Yáñez-Arancibia, and X. Zhang. 2004. The use of wetlands in the Mississippi Delta for wastewater assimilation: A review. Ocean & Coastal Management 47: 671-691

Day, J.W., A. Westphal, R. Pratt, E. Hyfield, J. Rybczyk, G.P. Kemp, J.N. Day, and B. Marx. 2006. Effects of long-term municipal effluent discharge on the nutrient dynamics, productivity, and benthic community structure of a tidal freshwater forested wetland in Louisiana. Ecological Engineering 27: 242-257.

Day, J.W., F. Scarton, A. Rismondo, and D. Arc. 1998. Rapid deterioration of a salt marsh in Venice Lagoon, Italy. Journal of Coastal Research 14: 583-590.

Day, J.W., J. Martin, L. Cardoch, and P. Templete. 1997. System functioning as a basis for sustainable management of deltaic ecosystems. Coastal Management 25: 115-153.

Day, J.W., J. Rybczyk, F. Scarton, A. Rismondo, D. Are, and G. Cecconi. 1999. Soil accretionary dynamics, sea-level rise and the survival of wetlands in Venice Lagoon: a field and modelling approach. Estuarine, Coastal & Shelf Science 49: 607-628.

Day, J.W., R.R. Lane, C.F. D’Elia, A.R.H. Wiegman, J.S. Rutherford, G.P. Shaffer, C.G. Brantley, and G.P. Kemp. 2016c. Large infrequently operated river diversions for Mississippi delta restoration. Estuarine, Coastal & Shelf Science 183: 292-303.

Hesse, I.D., J.W. Day, T.W. Doyle. 1998. Long-term growth enhancement of baldcypress (Taxodium distichum) from municipal wastewater application. Environmental Management 22: 119-127.

Hunter, R.G., J.W. Day, R.R. Lane, G.P. Shaffer, J.N. Day, W.H. Conner, J.M. Rybczyk, J.A. Mistich, and J-Y. Ko. 2018. Using natural wetlands for municipal effluent assimilation: a half-century of experience for the Mississippi River Delta and surrounding environs. In Multifunctional Wetlands, N. Nagabhatla and C.D. Metcalfe (eds.). Springer, Cham, Switzerland. Pp. 15-81.

Hunter, R.G., J.W. Day, R.R. Lane, J. Lindsey, J.N. Day, and M.G. Hunter. 2009a. Impacts of secondarily treated municipal effluent on a freshwater forested wetland after 60 years of discharge. Wetlands 29: 363-371.

Hunter, R.G., R.R. Lane, J.W. Day, J. Lindsey, J.N. Day, and M.G. Hunter. 2009b. Nutrient removal and loading rate analysis of Louisiana forested wetlands assimilating treated municipal effluent. Environmental Management 44: 865-873.

Izdepski, C.W., J.W. Day, C.E. Sasser, and B. Fry. 2009. Early floating marsh establishment and growth dynamics in a nutrient amended wetland in the lower Mississippi delta. Wetlands 29: 1004-1013.

Lane, R.R., J.W. Day Jr., B. Marx, E. Hyfield, J.N. Day. E. Reyes. 2007. The effects of riverine discharge on temperature, salinity, suspended sediment and chlorophyll a in a Mississippi delta estuary measured using a flow-through system.  Estuarine Coastal & Shelf Science 74: 145-154. 

Lane, R.R., H. Huang, J.W. Day, D. Justic, and R.D. DeLaune. 2015a. Water quality of a coastal Louisiana swamp and how dredging is undermining restoration efforts. Estuarine, Coastal & Shelf Science 152: 23-32.

Lane, R.R., J.W. Day, G.P. Shaffer, R.G. Hunter, J.N. Day, W.B. Wood, and P. Settoon. 2015b. Hydrology and water budget analysis of the East Joyce wetlands: Past history and prospects for the future. Ecological Engineering 87: 34-44.

Lane, R.R., J.W. Day Jr., and J.N. Day. 2006. Wetland surface elevation, vertical accretion, and subsidence at three Louisiana estuaries receiving diverted Mississippi River water.  Wetlands 26: 1130-1142.

Lane, R.R., S. Mack, J.W. Day, R.D. DeLaune, M.J. Madison, P.R. Precht. 2016. Fate of soil organic carbon during wetland loss. Wetlands 36(6): 1167-1181.

Lane, R.R., S.K. Mack, J.W. Day, R. Kempka, L.J. Brady. 2017. Carbon sequestration at a forested wetland receiving treated municipal effluent. Wetlands 37(5): 861-873.

Rybczyk, J.M., J.W. Day and W.H. Conner. 2002. The impact of wastewater effluent on accretion and decomposition in a subsiding forested wetland. Wetlands. 22: 18-32.

Shaffer, G.P., J.W. Day, R.G. Hunter, R.R. Lane, C.J. Lundberg, W.B. Wood, E.R. Hillman, J.N. Day, E. Strickland, D. Kandalepas. 2015. System response, nutria herbivory, and vegetation recovery of a wetland receiving secondarily-treated effluent in coastal Louisiana. Ecological Engineering 79: 120-131.

Zhang, X., S. E. Feagley, J. W. Day Jr., W. H. Conner, I. D. Hesse, J. M. Rybczyk, and W. H. Hudnall. 2000. A water chemistry assessment of wastewater remediation in a natural swamp. Journal of Environmental Quality 29: 1960-1968.