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.
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., 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.
Day, J.W., R.R. Lane, R.G. Hunter, and G.P. Shaffer. 2019. Response to: Turner, RE, JE Bodker, and C. Schulz. 2017. The belowground intersection of nutrients and buoyancy in a freshwater marsh. Wetlands Ecology & Management: 1–9. Wetlands Ecology & Management1-11.
García, J., M.J. García-Galán, J.W. Day, R. Boopathy, J.R. White, S. Wallace, and R.G. Hunter. 2020. A review of emerging organic contaminants (EOCs), antibiotic resistant bacteria (ARB), and antibiotic resistance genes (ARGs) in the environment: Increasing removal with wetlands and reducing environmental impacts. Bioresource Technology 307: 123228.
Hillmann, E.R., G.P. Shaffer, W.B. Wood, J.W. Day, J. Day, J. Mancuso, R.R. Lane, and R.G. Hunter. 2018. Above-and belowground response of baldcypress and water tupelo seedlings to variable rates of nitrogen loading: Mesocosm and field studies. Ecological Engineering, in press.
Hunter, R.G., J.W. Day, A.R. Wiegman, and R.R. Lane. 2018. Municipal wastewater treatment costs with an emphasis on assimilation wetlands in the Louisiana coastal zone. Ecological Engineering, in press.
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, 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.
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.
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.