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Antonio, F.J., Mendes, R.S., Thomaz, S.M., 2011. Identifying and modeling patterns of tetrapod vertebrate mortality rates in the Gulf of Mexico oil spill. Aquatic Toxicology 105 (1-2), 177–179.
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Apeti, D.A., Lauenstein, G.G., Evans, D.W., 2012. Recent status of total mercury and methyl mercury in the coastal waters of the northern Gulf of Mexico using oysters and sediments from NOAA's mussel watch program. Marine Pollution Bulletin 64 (11), 2399–2408.
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Arellano, S.M., Lee, O.O., Lafi, F.F., Yang, J., Wang, Y., Young, C.M., Qian, P.-Y., 2013. Deep Sequencing of Myxilla (Ectyomyxilla) methanophila, an Epibiotic Sponge on Cold-Seep Tubeworms, Reveals Methylotrophic, Thiotrophic, and Putative Hydrocarbon-Degrading Microbial Associations. Microbial Ecology 65 (2), 450–461.
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Atlas, R.M., Hazen, T.C., 2011. Oil Biodegradation and Bioremediation: A Tale of the Two Worst Spills in U.S. History. Environmental Science & Technology 45 (16), 6709–6715.
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Aubry, M.P., 1993. Neogene allostratigraphy and depositional history of the De Soto Canyon area, northern Gulf of Mexico. Micropaleontology 39 (4), 327–366.
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Aulov, O., Halem, M., 2012. Human Sensor Networks for Improved Modeling of Natural Disasters. Proceedings of the IEEE 100 (10), 2812–2823.
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Aurell, J., Gullett, B.K., 2010. Aerostat Sampling of PCDD/PCDF Emissions from the Gulf Oil Spill In Situ Burns. Environmental Science & Technology 44 (24), 9431–9437.
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Azizi, A., Yourdkhani, A., Cutting, D., Caruntu, G., Pesika, N.S., 2013. Tuning the Crystal Structure and Magnetic Properties of CoNiFeB Thin Films. Chemistry of Materials 25 (12), 2510–2514.
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Baelum, J., Borglin, S., Chakraborty, R., Fortney, J.L., Lamendella, R., Mason, O.U., Auer, M., Zemla, M., Bill, M., Conrad, M.E., Malfatti, S.A., Tringe, S.G., Holman, H.-Y., Hazen, T.C., Jansson, J.K., 2012. Deep-sea bacteria enriched by oil and dispersant from the Deepwater Horizon spill: Enrichment of oil degraders from Gulf of Mexico. Environmental Microbiology 14 (9), 2405–2416.
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Bagaria, H.G., Neilson, B.M., Worthen, A.J., Xue, Z., Yoon, K.Y., Cheng, V., Lee, J.H., Velagala, S., Huh, C., Bryant, S.L., Bielawski, C.W., Johnston, K.P., 2013. Adsorption of iron oxide nanoclusters stabilized with sulfonated copolymers on silica in concentrated NaCl and CaCl2 brine. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 398, 217–226.
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Bagaria, H.G., Xue, Z., Neilson, B.M., Worthen, A.J., Yoon, K.Y., Nayak, S., Cheng, V., Lee, J.H., Bielawski, C.W., Johnston, K.P., 2013. Iron Oxide Nanoparticles Grafted with Sulfonated Copolymers are Stable in Concentrated Brine at Elevated Temperatures and Weakly Adsorb on Silica. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 5 (8), 3329–3339.
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Bagaria, H.G., Yoon, K.Y., Neilson, B.M., Cheng, V., Lee, J.H., Worthen, A.J., Xue, Z., Huh, C., Bryant, S.L., Bielawski, C.W., Johnston, K.P., 2013. Stabilization of Iron Oxide Nanoparticles in High Sodium and Calcium Brine at High Temperatures with Adsorbed Sulfonated Copolymers. Langmuir 29 (10), 3195–3206.
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Bahreini, R., Middlebrook, A.M., Brock, C.A., de Gouw, J.A., McKeen, S.A., Williams, L.R., Daumit, K.E., Lambe, A.T., Massoli, P., Canagaratna, M.R., Ahmadov, R., Carrasquillo, A.J., Cross, E.S., Ervens, B., Holloway, J.S., Hunter, J.F., Onasch, T.B., Pollack, I.B., Roberts, J.M., Ryerson, T.B., Warneke, C., Davidovits, P., Worsnop, D.R., Kroll, J.H., 2012. Mass Spectral Analysis of Organic Aerosol Formed Downwind of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill: Field Studies and Laboratory Confirmations. Environmental Science & Technology 46 (15), 8025–8034.
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Barker, C.H., 2011. A statistical outlook for the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. , Monitoring and Modeling the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill: A Record-Breaking Enterprise. Geophys. Monogr. Ser., pp. 237–244.
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Barron, M.G., 2012. Ecological Impacts of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill: Implications for Immunotoxicity. Toxicologic Pathology 40 (2), 315–320.
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Beasley, J., Reddy, R.S., Tchounwou, P., Kafoury, R., 2012. Comparison of pollution levels on the Mississippi Gulf Coast during the 2010 Gulf BP oil spill to ecological and health-based standards. Reviews on Environmental Health 27 (2-3).
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Beaudoin, D.J., Carmichael, C.A., Nelson, R.K., Reddy, C.M., Teske, A.P., Edgcomb, V.P., 2014. Impact of protists on a hydrocarbon-degrading bacterial community from deep-sea Gulf of Mexico sediments: A microcosm study. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography .
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Beazley, M.J., Martinez, R.J., Rajan, S., Powell, J., Piceno, Y.M., Tom, L.M., Andersen, G.L., Hazen, T.C., Van Nostrand, J.D., Zhou, J., Mortazavi, B., Sobecky, P.A., Liles, M.R., 2012. Microbial Community Analysis of a Coastal Salt Marsh Affected by the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill. PLoS ONE 7 (7), e41305.
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Benfield, M.C., Shaw, R.F., 2005. Potential Spatial and Temporal Vulnerability of Pelagic Fish Assemblages in the Gulf of Mexico to Surface Oil Spills Associated with Deepwater Petroleum Development (Coastal Marine Institute). 158.
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Benson, D.J., Schroeder, W.W., Shultz, A.W., 1997. Sandstone hardbottoms along the western rim of De Soto Canyon, northeast Gulf of Mexico. Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies Transactions 47, 43–48.
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