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Bain D., Green M.B., Campbell J., Chamblee J., Fraterrigo J., Kaushal S.S., Martin S., Jordan T., Parolari A., Sobczak W.V. et al..  2012.  Legacy effects material flux: structural catchment changes predate long-term studies.. Bioscience. 62:575-584.
Bain D.J., Hale R.L., Wollheim W.M..  2012.  Urban Geochemistry: Hotbeds of Biogeochemical Diversity: Insights from Urban Long-Term Ecological Research Sites. Elements. 8:435-438.
Battin T.J., Kaplan L., Findlay S., Hopkinson C., Marti E., Packman A., Newbold J.D., Sabater F..  2008.  Biophysical controls on organic carbon fluxes in fluvial networks. Nature Geoscience. 1:95-100.
Bernot M.J., Bernot R.J., Morris J.T..  2009.  Nutrient cycling relative to δ15N and δ13C natural abundance in a coastal wetland with long-term nutrient additions. Aquatic Ecology.
Booth H.S..  2013.  Does Chronic Nutrient Enrichment Result in a Trophic Bottleneck in a Salt Marsh? Honors, BS
Bowen J.L., Crump B.C., Deegan L.A., Hobbie J.E..  2009.  Salt marsh sediment bacteria: their distribution and response to external nutrient inputs. The ISME Journal. 3:924-934.
Bowen J.L., Crump B.C., Deegan L.A., Hobbie J.E..  2009.  Increased supply of ambient nitrogen has minimal effect on salt marsh bacterial production. Limnology and Oceanography . 54:713-722.
Bulseco A.N., Vineis J.H., Murphy A.E., Spivak A.C., Giblin A.E., Tucker J., Bowen J.L..  2019.  Metagenomics coupled with biogeochemical rates measurements provide evidence that nitrate addition stimulates respiration in salt marsh sediments.. Limnology and Oceanography. 65
Bulseco-McKim A..  2018.  The role of nitrate as an electron acceptor in microbial decomposition of salt marsh sediment organic matter and implications for carbon storage. PhD

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