Krause, J.W. and M.W. Lomas. Understanding diatoms' past and future biogeochemical role in high‐latitude seas. Geophysical Research Letters. 47, e2019GL085602. doi: 10.1029/2019GL085602.
Krause, J.W., M. A. Brzezinski, J.L. Largier, H.M. McNair, M. Maniscalco, K.D. Bidle, A.E. Allen, and K. Thamatrakoln. The interaction of physical and biological factors as drivers of phytoplankton spatial distribution in the northern California Current. Limnology and Oceanography. doi:10.1002/lno.11431.
Saad, E.M., R. A. Pickering, K. Shoji, M.I. Hossain, T. G. Glover, J.W. Krause*, and Y. Tang (*Corresponding author). Effect of Cleaning Methods on the Reactivity of Diatom Frustules. Marine Chemistry. 224, 103286. doi: 10.1016/j.marchem.2020.103826.
Pickering, R.A., L. Cassarino, K.R. Hendry, X.L. Wang, K. Maiti, J.W. Krause. Using Stable Isotopes to Disentangle Marine Sedimentary Signals in Reactive Silicon Pools. Geophysical Research Letters. 47, e2020GL087877. doi: 10.1029/2020GL087877.
Cox, T.E., Cebrian, J., Tabor, M., West, L., Krause, J.W.. Do diatoms dominate benthic production in shallow systems? A case study from a mixed seagrass bed. Limnology and Oceanography: Letters. (in press)
Marquez, I.A., Abraham, A., Krause, J.W.. Marine snow consumption facilitates domoic acid entry into the marine food web. Harmful Algae. (in press)
Dykstra*, S.L. and B. Dzwonkowski. The propagation of fluvial flood waves through a backwater-estuarine environment. Water Resources Research. 56(2). doi.org/10.1029/2019WR025743.
Greer, A.T., A.D. Boyette, M.K. Cambazoglu, V.J. Cruz, B. Dzwonkowski, L.M. Chiaverano, C. Pan, S. Dykstra*, C. Briseño-Avena, R.K. Cowen, and J.D. Wiggert. Contrasting fine-scale distributional patterns of zooplankton driven by the formation of a diatom-dominated thin layer. Limnology and Oceanography. 1-23. doi: 10.1002/lno.11450.
Cole, S.M., K.M. Dorgan, W. Walton, B. Dzwonkowski and J. Coogan*. Seasonal and spatial patterns of mudblister worm Polydora websteri infestation of farmed oysters in the northern Gulf of Mexico. Aquaculture Environment Interactions. 12, 297-314.
Axler, K.E., S. Sponaugle, C. Briseño-Avena, F. Hernandez, S. Warner, B. Dzwonkowski, S. Dykstra* and R. Cowen. Variability in fine-scale distributions and predator-prey relationships of larval fishes during a high discharge event in the northern Gulf of Mexico. Marine Ecology Progress Series. doi: https://doi.org/10.3354/meps13397. (Accepted)
Hill, J. M., P. S. Petraitis, and K. L. Heck, Jr. Submergence, nutrient enrichment, and tropical storm impacts on Spartina alterniflora in the microtidal northern Gulf of Mexico. Vol. 644:33-45. doi.org/10.3354/meps13342.
Rodriguez, A. R. and K.L. Heck, Jr. Green turtle herbivory and its effects on the warm, temperate seagrass meadows of St. Joseph Bay, Florida (USA). Vol. 639: 37–51. doi.org/10.3354/meps13285.
Martin, C.W., K.A Lewis, A.M. McDonald, T.K. Spearman, S.B. Alford, R. C. Christian, and J.F. Valentine. Disturbance-driven changes to northern Gulf of Mexico nekton communities following the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Marine Pollution Bulletin (In Press)
Marshak, A.R. and K.L. Heck, Jr. . Competitive interactions among juvenile and adult life stages of northern Gulf of Mexico red snapper Lutjanus campechanus and a tropical range-expanding congener. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 622:139-155.
Jiang L., Planavsky N.J., Zhao M.Y., Wang X.L. . An authigenic origin for a massive negative carbon isotope excursion. Geology. 47:115-118. doi .org /10 .1130 /G45709 .1.
Sun M.Z., Wu W.H., Ji X., Wang X.L., Qu S.Y.. Silicate weathering rate and its controlling factors: A study from small granitic watersheds in the Juihua Mountains. Chemical Geology. 504:253-266. doi.org/10.1016/j.chemgeo.2018.11.019.
Sun Z.Y., Wang X.L.*, Planavsky N.J.. Chromium isotope systematics in the estuary of Connecticut River. Chemical Geology. 506:29-39. doi.org/10.1016/j.chemgeo.2018.12.034.
A.M. Gothmann, J.A. Higgins, J.F. Adkins, W.S. Broecker, K.A. Farley, R. McKeon, N.J. Planavsky, J. Stolarski, X.L. Wang, M.L. Bender. Uranium geochemistry of well preserved aragonitic fossil corals. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. doi.org/10.1016/j.gca.2019.01.039.
Wang X.L.*, Glass J.B., Reinhard C.T., Planavsky N.J.. Chromium isotope fractionation across the Eastern Tropical North Pacific Oxygen Minimum Zone. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems. doi.org/10.1029/2018GC007883.
Colwyn D.A., Sheldon N., Maynard J.B., Gaines R., Hofmann A., Wang X.L., Gueguen B., Asael D., Reinhard C.T., Planavsky N.J. . A paleosol record of the evolution of Cr redox cycling and evidence for an increase in atmospheric oxygen during the Neoproterozoic. Geobiology. Vol. 17. p. 579-593.
Roseburrough, R. R. and Wang X.L.. Chromium Distribution in Water and Sediments in the Mobile River and Bay, Alabama. Gulf and Caribbean Research. Vol. 30, p. SC33-SC37.
Wu, G.L., Zhu J.M., Wang, X.L., Johnson, T.M., Han, G.L.. High-sensitivity measurement of Cr isotopes by double spike MC-ICP-MS at the 10 ng level. Analytical Chemistry. doi.org/10.1021/acs.analchem.9b04704. In Press.
Bennett, C.T., A. Robertson, and W.F. Patterson. First record of the non-indigenous Indo-Pacific damselfish, Neopomacentrus cyanomos (Bleeker, 1856) in the northern Gulf of Mexico BioInvasions Records. 8 (1): 154–166. DOI: 10.3391/bir.2019.8.1.17.
lefebvre, K.A., B.J. Yakes, E. Frame, P. Kendrick, S. Shum, N. Isoherranen, B.E. Ferriss, A. Robertson, A. Hendrix, D. J. Marcinek, and L. Grattan. Discovery of a Potential Human Serum Biomarker for Chronic Seafood Toxin Exposure Using an SPR Biosensor. Toxins. 11(5), 293. doi.org/10.3390/toxins11050293.
Wadsworth, P., S. Casas, J.L. Peyre, and W.C. Walton. Elevated mortalities of triploid eastern oysters cultured off-bottom in northern Gulf of Mexico. Aquaculture. 505:363-373. doi.org/10.1016/j.aquaculture.2019.02.068.
Grodeska, S.M., J.L. Jones, W.C. Walton, and C. R. Arias. Effects of desiccation practices and ploidy in cultured oysters, Crassostrea virginica, on Vibrio spp. abundances in Portersville Bay (Alabama, USA). Aquaculture. 507:164-171. doi.org/10.1016/j.aquaculture.2019.03.060.
Loveless, J.B. and D.L. Smee. Changes in arthropod communities as black mangroves Avicennia germinans expand into Gulf of Mexico salt marshes. Arthropod-Plant Interactions. 13: 465-475 https://doi.org/10.1007/s11829-018-9643-8.
Schroeder-Spain, K. and D.L. Smee. Dazed, confused, then hungry: pesticides alter predator-prey interactions of estuarine organisms. Oecologia. 189: 815-828.
Smee, D.L.. Coastal ecology: living shorelines reduce coastal erosion. Current Biology. 29: R411-412. Invited Dispatch.
Combs, E.M., B.A. Belgrad, and D.L. Smee. Comparison of hatchery methods to strengthen oysters for aquaculture. Gulf and Caribbean Research 30: SC17-SC21.
Lunt, J. and D.L. Smee. Turbidity alters estuarine biodiversity and species composition. ICES Journal of Marine Science. In Press.
6. Dorgan, K.M., C. D’Amelio*, S.M Lindsay. Strategies of burrowing in soft muds by diverse polychaetes. Invertebrate Biology 135(4): 287-301.
Clemo, W.C., and K.M. Dorgan. Functional morphology of Eunicidan (Polychaeta) Jaws. Biological Bulletin 233: 227-241.
Dorgan, K.M. . Kinematics of burrowing by peristalsis in granular sands. Journal of Experimental Biology 221:jeb167759.
Dorgan, K.M., R. Parker, R., W. Ballentine, S.K. Berke, E. Kiskaddon, K. Gadeken, E. Weldin, W.C. Clemo, T. Caffray, S. Budai, A. Robertson, and S. Bell. Sublethal effects of oil exposure on infaunal behavior, bioturbation, and sediment oxygen consumption. Marine Ecology Progress Series. (In Press)
Dorgan, K.M., W. Ballentine*, G. Lockridge, M. Ballard, K. Lee, P. Wilson. Impacts of simulated infaunal activities on acoustic wave propagation in sediments. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. (In Press)
Fournier S., J.T. Reager, B. Dzwonkowski, and J. Vazquez-Cuervo. Mapping freshwater origin and fate signatures as land/ocean ‘Regions of Influence’ in the Gulf of Mexico. Journal of Geophysical Research 124(7) 4954-4937.
Coogan*, J., B. Dzwonkowski, K. Park and B. Webb. Observations of restratification after a wind mixing event in a shallow highly stratified estuary. Estuaries and Coasts. 43(2) 272-285. doi.org/10.1007/s12237-019-00689-w.
Le, C., Y. Gao, W-J. Cai, J. Lehrter, Y. Bai, and Z-P. Jiang. Estimating summer sea surface pCO2 on a river-dominated continental shelf using a satellite-based semi-mechanistic model. Remote Sensing of Environment, 225, 115-126.
Devereux, R., J. Lehrter, G. Cicchetti, D. L. B. Beddick Jr, D. F. Yates, B.M. Jarvis, J. Aukamp, and M. Hoglund. Spatially variable bioturbation and physical mixing drive the sedimentary biogeochemical seascape in the Louisiana continental shelf hypoxic zone. Biogeochemistry, 143, 151-169.
Jiang, Z-P., W-J. Cai, J. Lehrter, B. Chen, Z. Ouyang, C. Le, B. Roberts, N. Hussain, M. Scaboo, J. Zhang, and Y. Xu. Spring net community production and its coupling with the CO2 dynamics in the surface water of the northern Gulf of Mexico. Biogeosciences. 16, 3507-3525.
Alvaro, L., J. Lehrter, and M. Fung . Spatial patterns of particulate organic carbon concentrations and isotopic signatures across a salinity gradient in a river dominated estuary. Gulf and Caribbean Research. (in press).
Redalje, D., J. Ammerman, J. Cable, J. Herrera, A. Knapp, J.W. Krause, D. Valdes, and A. Hayward. Nutrients in the Gulf of Mexico: Distributions, Cycles, Sources, Sinks and Processes. In Gulf of Mexico Origin, Waters, and Biota. Volume 5, Chemical Oceanography. Ed: T. S. Bianchi. Texas A&M University Press, College Station. (ISBN-13: 978-1623497743).
Agustí, S., J.W. Krause, I.A. Marquez, P. Wassmann, S. Kristiansen, and C.M. Duarte . Arctic (Svalbard Islands) Active and Exported Diatom Stocks and Cell Health Status. Biogeosciences. 17:35–45. doi.org/10.5194/bg-17-35-2020.
Deleon, S.N., J.W. Krause, and R. Baker. Variability in microphytobenthos biomass and carbon isotopic values in shallow coastal waters of the northern Gulf of Mexico. Gulf and Caribbean Research. 30, SC22-SC27. doi: 10.18785/gcr.3001.11.
Chaplin, C.C., M. Tabor, I.A. Marquez, K. Maiti, and J.W. Krause . Resuscitation of Microalgae from Mississippi River Plume Sediments. Gulf and Caribbean Research. 30, SC28-SC41. doi: 10.18785/gcr.3001.15.
Powers, S.P., J. H. Grabowski, h. Roman, A. Geggel, S. Rouhani, J. Oehrig, and M. Baker. Consequences of large-scale salinity alteration during the Deepwater Horizon oil spill on subtidal oyster populations. Marine Ecology Progress Series. doi: 10.3354/meps12147.
Powers, S.P., S. Rouhani, M.S. Baker, H. Roman, J. H. Grabowski, S.B. Scyphers, J.M. Willis, and M. W. Hester. Ecosystem services are lost when facilitation between two ecosystem engineers is compromised by oil. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 576:189-202. doi.org/10.3354/meps12201.
Jefferson, A., R.J. Allman, A.E. Pacicco, J.S. Franks, F.J. Hernandez, M.A. Albins, S.P. Powers, R.L. Shipp, and J.M. Drymon. Age and growth of gray triggerfish (Balistes capriscus) from a north-central Gulf of Mexico artificial reef zone. Bulletin of Marine Science. 95(2):177-195. doi.org/10.5343/bms.2018.0025.
Kenworthy, M.D., J.H. Grabowski, C.A. Layman, G.D. Sherwood, S.P. Powers, C.H. Peterson, R.K. Gittman, D.A. Keller, and F.J. Fodrie. Movement ecology of a mobile predatory fish reveals limited habitat linkages within a temperate estuarine seascape. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 75(11): 1990-1998. doi.org/10.1139/cjfas-2017-0308.
Thongda, W., H. Zhao, D. Zhang, L. N. Jescovitch, M. Liu, X. Guo, M. Schrandt, S.P. Powers, and E. Peatman. Development of SNP Panels as a New Tool to Assess the Genetic Diversity, Population Structure, and Parentage Analysis of the Eastern Oyster (Crassostrea virginica). Marine Biotechnology. 20(3):385-395. doi.org/10.1007/s10126-018-9803-y.
Powers, S.P., J. M. Drymon, C.L. Hightower, T. Spearman, G.S. Bosarge, and A. Jefferson. Distribution and Age Composition of Red Snapper across the Inner Continental Shelf of the North‐Central Gulf of Mexico. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 147:791-805. DOI: 10.1002/tafs.10081.
Schrandt, M., S.P. Powers, F. S. Rickard, W. Thongda, and E. Peatman. Short-term low salinity mitigates effects of oil and dispersant on juvenile eastern oysters: A laboratory experiment with implications for oil spill response activities. PLOS One. 13(9): e0203485. doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0203485.
Powers, S.P. and K. Anson. Compression and relaxation of fishing effort in response to changes in length of fishing season for red snapper (Lutjanus campechanus) in the northern Gulf of Mexico. National Marine Fisheries Service. Fishery Bulletin. 117(1-2). doi:10.7755/FB.117.1.1.
Sackett, D.K., M. Catalano. J.M. Drymon, S.P. Powers, and M. A. Albins. Estimating Exploitation Rates in the Alabama Red Snapper Fishery Using a High‐Reward Tag–Recapture Approach. Marine and Coastal Fisheries: Dynamics, Management, and Ecosystem Science. 10:536-549. doi:10.1002/mcf2.10049.
Jackson, L.S., J.M. Drymon, T. R. Nelson, and S.P. Powers. Biotelemetry based estimates of greater amberjack (Seriola dumerili) post-release mortality in the northern Gulf of Mexico. Fisheries Research. 208:239-246. doi.org/10.1016/j.fishres.2018.07.017.
Nelson, T.R. and S.P. Powers. Validation of species specific otolith chemistry and salinity relationships. Environmental Biology of Fishes. Vol. 102(5):801-815. doi.org/10.1007/s10641-019-00872-9.
Drymon, J.M., P.T. Cooper, S.P. Powers, M.M. Miller, S. Magnuson, E. Krell and C. Bird. Genetic Identification of Species Responsible for Depredation in Commercial and Recreational Fisheries. North American Journal of Fisheries Management. doi.org/10.1002/nafm.10292.
Drymon, J.M., K. Feldheim, A.M.V. Fournier, E.A. Seubert, A.E. Jefferson, A.M. Kroetz, and S.P. Powers. Tiger sharks eat songbirds: scavenging a windfall of nutrients from the sky. Ecology: 100(9), e02728. doi.org/10.1002/ecy.2728.
Drymon, J.M., K. Feldheim, A.M.V. Fournier, E.A. Seubert, A.E. Jefferson, A.M. Kroetz, and S.P. Powers. Tiger sharks eat songbirds: reply. Ecological Society of America. https://doi.org/10.1002/ecy.2870.
Scyphers, S.B., M.W. Beck, K.L. Furman, J. Haner, L. I. Josephs, R. Lynskey, A. G. Keeler, C.E. Landry, S.P. Powers, B. M. Webb, and J. H. Grabowski. A Waterfront View of Coastal Hazards: Contextualizing Relationships among Geographic Exposure, Shoreline Type, and Hazard Concerns among Coastal Residents. Sustainability, 11(23), 6687; https://doi.org/10.3390/su11236687.
O’Connell, Martin & Peterson, Mark & Powers, Sean & Uzee-O’Connell, Ann & Anderson, E. & Hendon, J.. Assessing Nearshore Nekton Abundance, Substrate, and Environmental Conditions in the Northern Gulf of Mexico: Are There Differences Among Three Adjacent Coastal Areas and Have There Been Changes over Three Decades (1986–2015)? Estuaries and Coasts. 10.1007/s12237-019-00632-z.
Jacquot, M.P., K.M. Dorgan, B. Mortazavi, A.A. Kleinhuizen, and W.C. Clemo. Macrobenthic community structure and influence on denitrification capacity in soft sediments (Mobile Bay, Alabama, USA). Marine Ecology Progress Series, 605:17-35. doi.org/10.3354/meps12759.
Grill, S., and K.M. Dorgan.. Burrowing by small polychaetes - mechanics, behavior, and muscle structure of Capitella sp. Journal of Experimental Biology 218: 1527-1537.
Dorgan, K.M.. Commentary: The biomechanics of burrowing and boring. Journal of Experimental Biology 218: 176-183.
Hoadley, K.D., A. Szmant, and S. Pyott. Circadian clock gene expression in the coral Favia fragum over diel and lunar reproductive cycles. PLoS One, 6(5), doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0019755.
Schoepf, V., A.G. Grottoli, M.E. Warner, W-J. Cai, T.F. Melman, K.D. Hoadley, D.T. Pettay, X. Hu, Q. Li, H. Xu, Y. Wang, Y. Matsui, and J.H. Baumann. Coral energy reserves and calcification in a high-CO2 world at two temperatures. PLoS One, 8(10), doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0075049.
Levas, S., A.G. Grottoli, M.E. Warner, W. Cai, J. Bauer, V. Schoepf, J.H. Baumann, Y. Matsui, C. Gearing, T.F. Melman, K.D. Hoadley, D.T. Pettay, X. Hu, Q. Li, H. Xu, and Y. Wang. Organic Carbon Fluxes Mediated by Corals at Elevated pCO2 and Temperature. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 519:153-164.
Tilney, C., K.D. Hoadley, and M.E. Warner. Comparing the diel vertical migration of Karlodinium veneficum (dinophyceae) and Chattonella subsalsa (Raphidophyceae): PSII photochemistry, circadian control, and carbon assimilation. Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B: Biology, 143, 107–119.
Leal, M.C., K.D. Hoadley, D.T. Pettay, A. Grajales, R. Calado, and M.E. Warner. Symbiont type influences trophic plasticity of a model cnidarian-algal symbiosis. Journal of Experimental Biology, 218(6), 858-863.
Hoadley, K.D., D. Rollison, D.T. Pettay, and M.E. Warner. Differential carbon utilization and asexual reproduction under experimental ocean acidification in the model anemone, Exaiptasia pallida, hosting different symbionts. Limnology and Oceanography, doi:10.1002/lno.10160.
Hoadley, K.D., D.T. Pettay, A.G. Grottoli, W. Cai, T.F. Melman, V. Schoepf, X. Hu, Q. Li, H. Xu, Y. Wang, Y. Matsui, J. Baumann, and M.E. Warner. Physiological response to elevated temperature and pCO2 varies across four Pacific coral species: Understanding the unique host+symbiont response. Scientific Reports, doi:10.1038/srep18371.
Hoadley, K.D., D.T. Pettay, D. Dodge, and M.E. Warner. Contrasting physiological plasticity in response to environmental stress within different cnidarians and their respective symbionts. Coral Reefs, 35(2), 529–542.
Russell, B., H. Dierssen, T. Lajeunesse, K.D. Hoadley, M.E. Warner, D.W. Kemp, and T. Bateman . Spectral reflectance of palauan reef-building coral with different symbionts in response to elevated temperature. Remote Sensing, 8(3). doi:10.3390/rs8030164.
Marsh, A.G., K.D. Hoadley, and M.E. Warner . Distribution of CpG motifs in upstream gene domains in a reef coral and sea anemone: Implications for epigenetics in cnidarians. PLoS One 11(3). doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0150840.
Cai, W.J., Y. Ma, B. Hopkinson, A.G. Grottoli, M.E. Warner, Q. Ding, X. Hu, X. Yuan, H. Xu, C. Han, V. Schoepf, T. Melman, K.D. Hoadley, D.T. Pettay, Y. Matsui, J.H. Baumann, S. Levas, Y. Ying, and Y. Wang . Microelectrode characterization of coral interior pH and carbonate chemistry. Nature Communications, (7). doi:10.1038/ncomms11144.
Hoadley, K.D. P. Vize, and S.J. Pyott. Current understanding of the molecular mechanisms behind cnidarian behavioral and physiological responses to natural light cycles. In: Goffredo S, Dubinsky Z. (eds) The Cnidaria, Past, Present and Future. Springer, pp511–520.
Hawkins, T.D., J. Hagemeyer, K.D. Hoadley, A.G. Marsh, and M.E. Warner. Partitioning of respiratory demand in a model animal-algal symbiosis is determined by the interaction of symbiont species and biomass. Frontiers in Physiology, 128(7). doi:10.3389/fphys.2016.00128.
Hoadley, K.D., D.T. Pettay, A.G. Grottoli, W. Cai, T.F. Melman, S. Levas, V. Schoepf, X. Hu, Q. Li, H. Xu, Y. Wang, Y. Matsui, J. Baumann, and M.E. Warner. High-temperature acclimation strategies within the thermally tolerant endosymbiont Symbiodinium trenchii and its coral host, Turbinaria reniformis, differ with changing pCO2 and nutrients. Marine Biology, 163(6), 1–13.
Schoepf V., X. Hu, M. Holcomb, W.J. Cai, Q. Li, Y. Wang, H. Xu, M.E. Warner, T.F. Melman, K.D. Hoadley, D.T. Pettay, Y. Matsui, J.H. Baumann, and A.G. Grottoli . Coral calcification under environmental change: A direct comparison of the alkalinity anomaly and buoyant weight technique. Coral Reefs, 36(1), 13–25.
Hoadley, K.D., and M.E. Warner. Use of open-source hardware and software platforms to quantify spectrally dependent differences in photochemical efficiency and functional absorption cross-section within the dinoflagellate Symbiodinium spp. Frontiers in Marine Science, Special Issue: Coral Ecophysiology. doi:10.3389/fmars.2017.00365.
Grottoli A.G., P.D. Martins, M.J. Wilkins, M.D. Johnston, M.E. Warner, W.J. Cai, T.F. Melman, K.D. Hoadley, D.T. Pettay, X. Hu, S. Levas, and V. Schoepf. Coral physiology and microbiome dynamics under combined warming and ocean acidification. PloS one, 13(1). doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0191156.
Yuan X, W.J. Cai, C. Meile, B.M. Hopkinson, Q. Ding, V. Schoepf, M.E. Warner, K.D. Hoadley, B. Chen, S. Liu, H. Huang, Y. Ye, and A.G. Grottoli . Quantitative interpretation of vertical profiles of calcium and pH in the coral coelenteron. Marine Chemistry, 204, 62-69.
Hoadley, K.D., A. Lewis, D. Wham, D.T. Pettay, C. Grasso, R. Smith, D. Kemp, T. Lajeunesse, M.E. Warner . Specific host–symbiont combinations dictate the response of reef-building corals to thermal stress. Scientific Reports. doi:10.1038/s41598.
Wilken, S., C. Yung, M. Hamilton, K. Hoadley, J. Nzongo, C. Eckmann, M. Corrochano Luque, C. Poirier, and A.Z. Worden. . Accounting for cell biology in identifying predatory mixotrophs in aquatic environments. Philosophical Transactions B. doi:10.1098/rtsb.2019.0090.
Heck, K.L. . Seagrass Ecosystems: A career-long quest to understand their inner workings. Gulf and Caribbean Research. Vol. 30 (1). doi.org/10.18785/gcr.3001.06.
Donaldson, J.A., P. Drews, Jr., M. Bradley, D.L. Morgan, R. Baker, and B.C. Ebner . Countering low visibility in video survey of an estuarine fish assemblage. Pacific Conservation Biology. doi.org/10.1071/PC19019.
Seubert, E.A., N.E. Hussey, S.P. Powers, J.F. Valentine, and J.M. Drymon. Assessing trophic flexibility of a predator assemblage across a large estuarine seascape using blood plasma stable isotope analysis. Food Webs. In Press.
Martin, C.W. and J.F. Valentine. Invasion of Eurasian Milfoil Myriophyllum spicatum Lead to a “Trophic Dead End” and Reduced Food Web Complexity in Gulf of Mexico Estuarine Food Webs? Front. Environ. Sci. doi.org/10.3389/fenvs.2019.00166
Livernois, M.C., F.J. Fodrie, K.L. Heck, and S. P. Powers. Emergent intraspecific multiple predator effects shape estuarine trophic dynamics across a gradient of habitat complexity. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 511 (120-128). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jembe.2018.12.004.
Kranzler, C.F., J. W. Krause, M. A. Brzezinski, B. R. Edwards, W. P. Biggs, M. Maniscalco, J. P. McCrow, B. A. S. Van Mooy, K. D. Bidle, A. E. Allen, and K. Thamatrakoln . Silicon limitation facilitates virus infection and mortality of marine diatoms. Nature Microbiology. 4, 1790–1797. doi: 10.1038/s41564-019-0502-x.
Stukel, M.R., T.B. Kelly, L.I. Aluwihare, K.A. Barbeau, R. Goericke, J.W. Krause, M.R. Landry, and M.D. Ohman. The Carbon: 234Thorium ratios of sinking particles in the California Current Ecosystem 1: Relationships with plankton ecosystem dynamics. Marine Chemistry. doi: 10.1016/j.marchem.2019.01.003.