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Chanton, J., Zhao, T., Rosenheim, B.E., Joye, S., Bosman, S., Brunner, C., Yeager, C.M., Diercks, A.R., Hollander, D. Using Natural Abundance Radiocarbon To Trace the Flux of Petrocarbon to the Seafloor Following the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill 2015 Environmental Science & Technology 49 847-854 details   edit
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Canion, A.; Kostka, J.E.; Gihring, T.M.; Huettel, M.; van Beusekom, J.E.E.; Gao, H.; Lavik, G.; Kuypers, M.M.M. Corrigendum to “Temperature response of denitrification and anammox reveals the adaptation of microbial communities to in situ temperatures in permeable marine sediments that span 50° in latitude” published in Biogeosciences, 11, 309-320, 2014 2014 Biogeosciences 11 461-462 details   edit
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Canion, A.; Kostka, J.E.; Gihring, T.M.; Huettel, M.; van Beusekom, J.E.E.; Gao, H.; Lavik, G.; Kuypers, M.M.M. Temperature response of denitrification and anammox reveals the adaptation of microbial communities to in situ temperatures in permeable marine sediments that span 50° in latitude 2014 Biogeosciences 11 309-320 details   edit
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Camilli, R.; Bowen, A.; Reddy, C.M.; Seewald, J.S.; Yoerger, D.R. When Scientific Research and Legal Practice Collide 2012 Science 337 1608-1609 details   edit
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Brooks, G; Larson, R; Flower, B; Hollander, D; Schwing, PT; Romero, I; Moore, C; Reichart, GJ; Jilbert, T; Chanton, J; Hastings, D Sedimentation Pulse in the NE Gulf of Mexico Following the 2010 DWH Blowout 2015 Deep Sea Research in review details   edit
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Beaudoin, D.J.; Carmichael, C.A.; Nelson, R.K.; Reddy, C.M.; Teske, A.P.; Edgcomb, V.P. Impact of protists on a hydrocarbon-degrading bacterial community from deep-sea Gulf of Mexico sediments: A microcosm study 2014 Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography details   edit
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Androulidakis, Y.S.; Kourafalou, V.H. On the processes that influence the transport and fate of Mississippi waters under flooding outflow conditions 2013 Ocean Dynamics 63 143-164 details   edit
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Aeppli, C; Nelson, RK; Radovic, JR; Carmichael, CA; Reddy, CM Recalcitrance and degradation of petroleum biomarkers in Deepwater Horizon Oil upon abiotic and biotic natural weathering 2014 Environmental Science & Technology 48 6726-6734 details   edit
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Aeppli, C.; Reddy, C.M.; Nelson, R.K.; Kellermann, M.Y.; Valentine, D.L. Recurrent Oil Sheens at theDeepwater HorizonDisaster Site Fingerprinted with Synthetic Hydrocarbon Drilling Fluids 2013 Environmental Science & Technology 47 8211-8219 details   edit
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Aeppli, C.; Nelson, R.K.; Carmichael, C.A.; Valentine, D.L.; Reddy, C.M. Biotic and abiotic oil degradation after the Deepwater Horizon disaster leads to formation of recalcitrant oxygenated hydrocarbons: New insights using GCxGC 2014 International Oil Spill Conference Proceedings 2014 1087-1098 details   edit
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Aeppli, C.; Carmichael, C.A.; Nelson, R.K.; Lemkau, K.L.; Graham, W.M.; Redmond, M.C.; Valentine, D.L.; Reddy, C.M. Oil Weathering after the Deepwater Horizon Disaster Led to the Formation of Oxygenated Residues 2012 Environmental Science & Technology 46 8799-8807 details   edit
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