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Using Maximum Entropy Production to Describe Microbial Biogeochemistry Over Time and Space in a Meromictic Pond. Frontiers in Environmental Science.. 2018.
Use of receding horizon optimal control to solve MaxEP-based biogeochemistry problems. Beyond the Second Law: Entropy Production and Non-Equilibrium Systems. :337-359.. 2014.
Thermodynamics of Marine Biogeochemical Cycles: Lotka Revisited. Annual Review of Marine Science. 8:333-356.. 2016.
Predicting microbial nitrate reduction pathways in coastal sediments. Aquatic Microbial Ecology. 71:223-238.. 2014.
Modeling microbial consortiums as distributed metabolic networks. Biological Bulletin. 204:174-179.. 2003.
Ecosystem biogeochemistry considered as a distributed metabolic network ordered by maximum entropy production.. Philosophical Transactions of The Royal Society B. 365:1417-1427.. 2010.
Differences and implications in biogeochemistry from maximizing entropy production locally versus globally. Earth System Dynamics. 2:69-85.. 2011.
Diel light cycles affect phytoplankton competition in the global ocean. BioRxiv. 2021.05.19.444874. 2021.