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Factors that affect the composition and activity of salt marsh microbial communities: the effect of nutrient loading and diel cycles. PhD. 2017.
Fine-scale phylogenetic architecture of a complex bacterial community.. Nature. 430:551-554.. 2004.
Flow Cytometry-Assisted Cloning of Specific Sequence Motifs from Complex 16S rRNA Gene Libraries. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 70:7550-7554.. 2004.
Functionally distinct communities of ammonia-oxidizing bacteria along an estuarine salinity gradient. Environmental Microbiology. 9:1439-1447.. 2007.
High overall diversity and dominance of microdiverse relationships in salt marsh sulfate-reducing bacteria.. Environmental Microbiology. 6:686-698.. 2004.
Influence of the benthos on growth of planktonic estuarine bacteria . Aquatic Microbial Ecology. 16:109-118.. 1998.
Loss of Diversity of Ammonia-Oxidizing Bacteria Correlates with Increasing Salinity in an Estuary System.. Environmental Microbiology. 7:1289-1297.. 2005.
Microbial biogeography along an estuarine salinity gradient: the combined influences of bacterial growth and residence time.. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 70:1494-1505.. 2004.
Molecular characterization of sulfate-reducing bacteria in a New England salt marsh.. Environmental Microbiology. 7:1175-1185.. 2005.
Nutrient enrichment induces dormancy and decreases diversity of active bacteria. Nature Communications. 7. 2016.
Rapid screening for freshwater bacterial groups using reverse line blot hybridization. Applied Environmental Microbiology. 69:5875-5883.. 2003.
Response of the benthic food web to short- and long-term nutrient enrichment in saltmarsh mudflats.. Marine Ecological Progress Series. 474:27-41.. 2013.
Salt marsh sediment bacteria: their distribution and response to external nutrient inputs. The ISME Journal. 3:924-934.. 2009.
Typical freshwater bacteria: an analysis of available 16S rRNA gene sequences from plankton of freshwater lakes and rivers.. Aquatic Microbial Ecology. 28:141-155.. 2002.