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  • Passow, U., & Hetland, R. (2016). What Happened to All of the Oil? Oceano, 29(3), 88–95.
  • Overton, E. B., Wade, T. L., Radovic, J., Meyer, B. M., Miles, M. S., & Larter, S. R. (2016). Chemical Composition of Macondo and other Crude Oils and Compositional Alterations during Oil Spills. Oceanog, 29(3), 50–63.
  • Passow, U., & Ziervogel, K. (2016). Marine Snow Sedimented Oil Released During the Deepwater Horizon Spill. Oceanog, 29(3), 118–125.
  • Quigg, A.; Passow, U.; Chin, W.-C.; Xu, C.; Doyle, S.; Bretherton, L.; Kamalanathan, M.; Williams, A.K.; Sylvan, J.B.; Finkel, Z.V.; Knap, A.H.; Schwehr, K.A.; Zhang, S.; Sun, L.; Wade, T.L.; Obeid, W.; Hatcher, P.G.; Santschi, P.H. (2099). The role of microbial exopolymers in determining the fate of oil and chemical dispersants in the ocean: Interactions of microbial exopolymers in oil and chemical dispersants. Limnology and Oceanography Letters, , , . doi:10.1002/lol2.10030

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Particles, colloids, and exopolymeric substances

Prior to ADDOMEx

  • Mesfioui, R., Abdulla, H.A. N., and Hatcher. P.G. 2015. Photochemical Alterations of Natural and Anthropogenic Dissolved Organic Nitrogen in the York River. Environ. Sci. Technology. v. 49 (1), p. 159–167
  • Bar-Zeev E, Passow U, Romero-Vargas Castrillón S, Elimelech M (accepted 2014) Transparent Exopolymer Particles (TEP): From Aquatic Environments and Engineered Systems to Membrane Biofouling. Environmental Science & Technology
  • Chuang, C.-Y., Santschi, P.H., Wen, L.S., Xu, C., Zhang, S., Ho, Y.-F., Schwehr, K.A., Jiang, Y., Quigg, A., Hung, C.-C., Guo, L.D.,, Ayranov, M., Schumann, D. 2015. Strongly radionuclide (Th, Pa, Pb, Po and Be) binding moieties in marine colloidal organic matter. Marine Chemistry, in press.
  • Lam, P.J., Twining, B.S., Jeandel, C., Roychoudhury, A., Resing, J., Geibert, W., Santschi, P.H., Anderson, R.F. 2014. Methods for analyzing the concentration and speciation of major and trace elements in marine particles. Progress in Oceanography, in press.
  • Chen C-S, Anaya JM, Chen EY, Farr E, Chin W-C. 2014 Ocean Warming–Acidification Synergism Undermines Dissolved Organic Matter Assembly. PLoS ONE (accepted).
  • Passow U, Rocha CLDL, Fairfield C, Schmidt K 2014. Aggregation as a function of pCO2 and mineral particles. Limnology and Oceanography 59:532-547
  • Chen, Hongmei; Stubbins, Aron; Perdue, E. Michael; Green, Nelson W.; Mopper, Kenneth; Hatcher, Patrick G. 2014. Molecular characterization of dissolved organic matter by ultrahigh resolution mass spectrometry from various oceanic water masses isolated by coupled reverse osmosis-electrodialysis. Marine Chemistry, v.164, p. 48-59
  • Kamga, A.W., Behar, F., and Hatcher, P.G. 2014. Quantitative Analysis of Long Chain Fatty Acids Present in a Type I Kerogen Using Electrospray Ionization Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometry. Compared with BF3/MeOH Methylation/GC-FID. Journal of the American Society of Mass Spectrometry, v. 25, p. 880-890
  • Abdulla, H.A.N. and Hatcher, P.G. 2014. Dynamics of dissolved organic matter. A view from two dimensional correlation spectroscopy techniques. Journal of Molecular Structure, v. 1069, p. 313-317
  • Xu, C., Athon, M., Ho, Y.-F., Schwehr, K.A., Kaplan, D.I., DiDonato, N., Hatcher, P.G., Santschi, P.H. 2014. Plutonium Immobilization and Re-mobilization by Sedimentary Mineral-Organic Matter Matrix in the Far-field of the Savannah River Site. Environmental Science and Technology, v. 48, p. 3186-3195
  • Hartman, B.E. and Hatcher, P.G. 2014. Valuable crude oil from hydrothermal liquefaction of an aliphatic coal. Energy & Fuels, v. 28, p. 7538-7551
  • Hatcher, P.G., Ravin, A., Behar, F., and Baudin, F. 2014. Diagenesis of organic matter in a 400 m organic rich sediment core from offshore Namibia using solid state 13C NMR and FTIR. Organic Geochemistry, v. 75, p. 8-23
  • McKee, G.A., Kobiela, M.E., and Hatcher, P.G. 2014. Effect of Michael adduction on peptide preservation in natural waters. Environmental Science. Processes & Impacts, v.16, p. 2087-2097
  • Shiu R-F, Chin W-C, Lee C-L. 2014. Carbonaceous particles reduce marine microgel formation. Sci Rep. 4: 5856; DOI:10.1038/srep05856.
  • Koch BP, Kattner G, Witt M, Passow U 2014a Molecular insights into the microbial formation of marine dissolved organic matter: recalcitrant or labile? Biogeosciences 11:4173-4190
  •  Quigg A, Chin W-C, Chen C-S, Zhang S, Jiang Y, Miao A-J, Schwehr KA, Xu C, Santschi PH. 2013. Direct and indirect toxic effects of engineered nanoparticles on algae: role of natural organic matter. ACS Sustainable Chem. Eng. 1: 686–702.
  • Zhang S, Jiang Y, Chen C-S, Creeley D, Schwehr KA, Quigg A, Chin W-C, Santschi PH. 2013. Ameliorating Effects of extracellular polymeric substances excreted by Thalassiosira pseudonana on algal toxicity of CdSe Quantum Dots. Aquat Toxicol. 126: 214-223. PMID: 23246863.
  • Abdulla, H.A.N., Minor, E.C., Dias, R.F., and Hatcher, P.G. 2013. Transformation of the chemical compositions of high molecular weight DOM along a salinity transect. Using two dimensional correlation spectroscopy and principal component analysis approaches. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, v. 118, p. 231-246
  • Abdulla, H.A.N., Sleighter, R.L., and Hatcher, P.G. 2013. Two dimensional correlation analysis of Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectra of dissolved organic matter. A new graphical analysis of trends. Analytical Chemistry, v. 85, p. 3895-3902
  • Xu, C., Chen, H.M., Sugiyama, Y., Zhang, S.J., Li, H.-P., Ho, Y.-F., Chuang, C.-Y., Schwehr, K.A., Kaplan, D.I., Yeager, C., Roberts, K.A., Hatcher, P.G., Santschi, P.H. 2013. Novel Molecular-Level Evidence of Iodine Binding to Natural Organic Matter from Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometry. Science of the Total Environment, v. 449, p. 244252
  • Chuang, C.-Y., Santschi, P.H., Ho, Y.-F., Conte, M.H., Guo, L.D., Schumann, D., Ayranov, M. 2013. Biopolymers as major carrier phases and redox regulators of Th, Pa, Pb, Po, and Be in settling particles from the Atlantic Ocean. Marine Chemistry, 157, 131–143.
  • Hung, C.-C., Gong, G.-C., Santschi, P.H. 2012. 234Th in different size classes of sediment trap collected particles from the Northwestern Pacific Ocean. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 91, 60–74.
  • Passow U 2012. The Abiotic Formation of TEP under different ocean acidification scenarios. Marine Chemistry 128-129:72-80
  • Zhong, J., Didonato, N., and Hatcher, P.G.  2012. Independent Component Analysis Applied to Diffusion Ordered Spectroscopy. Separating Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectra of Analytes in Mixture, Journal of Chemometrics, v. 26, p. 150-157
  • Sleighter, R.L., Chen, H., Wozniak, A.S., Priest, A.S., Caricasole, P., and Hatcher, P.G. 2012. Establishing a measure of reproducibility of ultrahigh resolution mass spectra for complex mixtures of natural organic matter. Analytical Chemistry, v. 84, p. 9184-9191
  • Zhang, S.J., Jiang, Y.L., Chen, C.-S., Spurgin, J., Schwehr, K.A., Quigg, A., Chin, W.-C., and Santschi, P.H. 2012. Aggregation and dissolution of quantum dots in marine environments: importance of extracellular polymeric substances. Env. Sci. & Technol., 46, 8764−8772.
  • Xu, C., Santschi, P. H., Hung, C.-C., Zhang, S., Schwehr, K,A., Roberts, K.A., Guo, L.D., Gong, G.-C., Quigg, A., Long, R., Pinckney, J., Duan, S.W., Amon, R., Wei, C.-L. 2011. Controls of Th-234 removal from the oligotrophic ocean by polyuronic acids and modification by microbial activity. Marine Chemistry, 123, 111–126.
  • Chen C-S, Anaya JM, Zhang S, Spurgin J, Chuang C-Y, Xu C, Maio A-J, Chen E Y-T, Schwehr KA, Jiang Y, Quigg A, Santschi PH, Chin W-C. 2011. Effects of engineered nanoparticles on the assembly of exopolymeric substances from phytoplankton. PLoS ONE. 6(7): e21865. doi:10.1371/ journal.pone.0021865. PMCID: PMC3140995.
  • Liu, Zhanfei; Sleighter, Rachel L.; Zhong, Junyan; Hatcher, Patrick G. 2011 The chemical changes of      DOM from black waters to coastal marine waters by HPLC combined with ultrahigh resolution mass spectrometry. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, v. 92, p. 205-216.
  • Chen, Hongmei, Stubbins, Aron, Hatcher, P.  2011.  A mini-electrodialysis system for desalting small volume saline samples for Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry.  Limnology and Oceanography. Methods, v.9, p. 582-592.
  • Zhong, J., Sleighter, R.L., Salmon, E., McKee, G.A., and Hatcher, P.G. 2011.  Combining advanced NMR techniques with ultrahigh resolution mass spectrometry. A new strategy for molecular scale characterization of macromolecular components of soil and sedimentary organic matter. Organic Geochemistry, v. 42, p. 903-916.
  • Salmon, E., Behar, F., and Hatcher, P.G., 2011. Molecular characterization of Type I kerogen from the Green River Formation using advanced two-dimensional NMR techniques in combination with electrospray ionization/ ultrahigh resolution mass spectrometry. Organic Geochemistry, v. 42 (4), p. 301-315.
  • Xu, C., Zhang, S., Chuang, C.-Y., Miller, E.J., Schwehr, K.A., Santschi, P.H. 2011. Chemical properties of strongly actinide binding exopolymeric substances (EPS) from two bacteria (Sagittula stellata and Pseudomonas fluorescens Biovar II). Marine Chemistry, 126, 27-36.
  • Hung, C.-C., Xu, C., Santschi, P.H., Zhang, S., Schwehr, K.A., Quigg, A., Guo, L., Gong, G.-C., Pinckney, J., Long, R., and Wei, C.-L. 2010. Comparative evaluation of sediment-trap and 234Th-derived POC fluxes from the upper oligotrophic waters of the Gulf of Mexico and the subtropical northwestern Pacific Ocean. Mar. Chem, 121, 132–144.
  • Verdugo, P., Santschi, P.H. 2010. Polymer dynamics of DOC networks and gel formation in seawater. Deep Sea Research II, 57, 1486-1493.
  • Ploug H, Terbrüggen A, Kaufmann A, Wolf-Gladrow D, Passow U 2010. A novel method to measure particle sinking velocity in vitro, and its comparison to three other in vitro methods. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 8:386-393
  • Abdulla, H.A.N., Minor, E.C., Dias, R.F., and Hatcher, P.G. 2010. Changes in the compound classes of dissolved organic matter along and estuarine transect. a study using FTIR and 13C NMR. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, v. 74, p. 3815-3838.
  • Liu, Zhangfei, Kobiela, Megan E., McKee, Georgina A., Tankg, Tiantian, Lee, Cindy, Mulholland, Margaret M., and Hatcher, P.  2010.  The effect of chemical structure on the hydrolysis of tetrapeptides along a river-to-ocean transect. AVFA and SWGA. Marine Chemistry, 119 (1-4) 108-120.
  • Stubbins, A, Spencer, R., Chen, H., Hatcher, P., Mopper, K., Hernes, P., Mwamba, V., Mangangu, A., and Wabakanghanzi, J.  2010.  Illuminated darkness.  Molecular signatures of Congo River dissolved organic matter and its photochemical alteration as revealed by ultrahigh precision mass spectrometry. Limnology and Oceanography, 55(4), p. 1467–1477.
  • Sleighter, Rachel L.; Liu, Zhanfei; Xue, Jianhong; Hatcher, Patrick G.  2010. Multivariate statistical approaches for the characterization of dissolved organic matter analyzed by ultrahigh resolution mass spectrometry.  Environmental Science and Technology, v. 44, p. 7576-7582.
  • Abdulla, H.A.N., Minor, E.C., and Hatcher, P.G. 2010. Using Two-Dimensional Correlations of 13C NMR and FTIR To Investigate Changes in the Chemical Composition of Dissolved Organic Matter along an Estuarine Transect.  Environmental Science & Technology, v. 44, p. 8044-8049.
  • Steigenberger S, Statham PJ, Völker C, Passow U 2010. The role of polysaccharides and diatom exudates in the redox cycling of Fe and the photoproduction of hydrogen peroxide in coastal waters. Biogeosciences 7:109-119
  • Strmečki S, Plavšić M, Steigenberger S, Passow U 2010. Characterization of phytoplankton exudates and carbohydrates in relation to their complexation of copper, cadmium and iron. Marine Ecology Progress Series 408:33-46
  • Zhang, S., and Santschi, P.H. 2009. Application of cross-flow ultrafiltration for isolating exopolymeric substances (EPS) from a marine diatom (Amphora sp.). Limnol. Oceanogr.: Methods 7, 2009, 419–429.
  • Ding Y, Hung C, Santschi PH, Verdugo P, Chin W-C. 2009. Spontaneous assembly of exopolymers from phytoplankton. Terr. Atmos. Ocean. Sci. (TAO) 20: 741-747.
  • Guo, L.D., White, D.M., Xu, C., and Santschi, P.H. 2009. Chemical and isotopic composition of estuarine colloidal organic matter from the Mississippi River plume. Marine Chemistry, 114, 63-71.
  • Ding, Y.-X., Hung, C.-C., Santschi, P.H., Verdugo, P., and Chin, W.-C. 2009. Spontaneous assembly of exopolymers from phytoplankton. Terrestrial, Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences (TAO), 20(5), 741-747.
  • Xu, C., Santschi, P.H., Schwehr, K.A., and Hung, C.-C. 2009. Optimized isolation and purification procedure for obtaining strongly actinide binding exopolymeric substances (EPS) from two bacteria (Sagittula stellata and Pseudomonas fluorescens Biovar II). Bioresource Technology, 100, 6010-6021.
  • Bar-Zeev E, Berman-Frank I, Liberman B, Rahav E, Passow U, Berman T 2009. Transparent exopolymer particles: Potential agents for organic fouling and biofilm formation in desalination and water treatment plants. Desalination and Water Treatment 3:136-142
  • Liu, Z., Mao, J., Peterson, M. L., Lee, C., Wakeham, S. G., and Hatcher, P.G. 2009. Characterization of sinking particles from the northwest Mediterranean Sea using advanced solid-state NMR. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, v. 73, p. 1014-1026.
  • Hockaday, W. C., Purcell, J. M., Marshall, A. G. , Baldock, J.A. and Hatcher, P.G. 2009. Electrospray and photoionization mass spectrometry for the characterization of organic matter in natural waters. a qualitative assessment. Limnology and Oceanography. Methods, v. 7, p. 81–95.
  • Sleighter, R.L., McKee, G.A., and Hatcher, P.G., 2009. Direct Fourier transform mass spectral analysis of natural waters with low dissolved organic matter. Organic Geochemistry, v. 40,p. 119-125.
  • Ortega-Retuerta E, Passow U, Duarte CM, Reche I 2009. Impact of UVB radiation on transparent exopolymer particles. Biogeosciences 6 3071-3080.
  • De La Rocha CL, Nowald N, Passow U 2008. Interactions between diatom aggregates, minerals, particulate organic carbon, and dissolved organic matter: Further implications for the ballast hypothesis. Global Biogeochem Cycles 22:GB4005.
  • Ding, Y.-X., Chin, W.-C., Rodriguez, A., Hung, C.-C., Santschi, P.H., and Verdugo, P. 2008. Amphiphilic exopolymers from Sagitulla stellata induce self-assembly of DOM polymers and the formation of marine microgels. Marine Chemistry, 112, 11–19.
  • Verdugo P, Orellana MV, Chin W-C, Petersen TW, van den Eng G, Benner R, Hedges JI. 2008. Marine biopolymer self-assembly: implications for carbon cycling in the ocean. Faraday Discuss. 139: 393-398.
  • Zhang, S., Xu, C., and Santschi, P.H. 2008. Chemical composition and 234Th(IV) binding of extracellular polymeric substances (EPS) produced by the marine diatom Amphora sp. Marine Chemistry, 112, 81-92.
  • Ding Y, Chin W-C, Rodriguez A, Hung C, Santschi PH, Verdugo P. 2008. Amphiphilic exopolymers from Sagittula stellata induce DOM self-assembly and formation of marine microgels. Mar. Chem. 112: 11-19.
  • Xu, C. , Santschi, P.H., Zhong, J.Y., Hatcher, P.G., Francis, A.J., Dodge, C.J., Roberts, K.A., Chung, C.-C., and Honeyman, B.D., 2008, Colloidal Cutin-Like Substances Cross-Linked to Siderophore Decomposition Products Mobilizing Plutonium from Contaminated Soils. Environmental Science and Technology, v. 42, p. 8211-8217.
  • Sleighter, R. L., McKee, G. A., Liu, Z., Hatcher, P. G. 2008. Naturally present fatty acids as internal calibrants for Fourier transform mass spectra of dissolved organic matter. Limnology and Oceanography. Methods, v. 6, 246-253.
  • Sleighter, R.L. and Hatcher, P.G. 2007. The application of electrospray ionization coupled to ultrahigh resolution mass spectrometry for the molecular characterization of natural organic matter. J. Mass Spectrom. v. 42(5), p. 559-74.
  • Kenneth Mopper, Aron Stubbins, Jason D. Ritchie, Heidi M. Bialk, and Patrick G. Hatcher. 2007. Advanced Instrumental Approaches for Characterization of Marine Dissolved Organic Matter. Extraction Techniques, Mass Spectrometry, and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy. In. Chemical Oceanography, G.W Luther and E. A. Boyle (guest editors), Chemical Reviews, v. 107, p. 419-442.
  • Ploug H, Passow U 2007. Direct measurements of diffusivity of diatom aggregates containing transparent exopolymer particles. Limnology and Oceanography 52:1-6
  • Guo, L. and Santschi, P.H. 2007.  Ultrafiltration and its applications to sampling and characterization of aquatic colloids. In "Environmental Colloids and Particles: Behaviour, Separation and Characterisation," Wilkinson, K. and Lead, J. (Eds), Chapter 4, International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) Series on Analytical and Physical Chemistry of Environmental Systems, John Wiley, pp.159-221.
  • Croot PL, Passow U, Assmy P, Jansen S, Strass VH 2007. Surface active substances in the upper water column during a Southern Ocean Iron Fertilization Experiment (EIFEX). Geophys Res Lett 34:L03612
  • Berman T, Passow U 2007. Transparent Exopolymer Particles (TEP): an overlooked factor in the process of biofilm formation in aquatic environments. Nature Precedings
  • Ding Y, Chin W-C, Verdugo P. 2007. Development of a fluorescence quenching assay to measure the fraction of organic carbon present in self-assembled gels in seawater. Mar. Chem. 106: 456-462.
  • Skoog A, Alldredge A, Passow U, Dunne J, Murray J 2007. Neutral aldoses as source indicators for marine snow. Marine Chemistry 108:195-206
  • Santschi PH, Murray JW, Baskaran M, Benitez-Nelson CR, Guo LD, Hung C-C, Lamborg C, Moran SB, Buesseler, K.O., Passow U, Roy-Barman M 2006. Thorium speciation in seawater. Marine Chemistry 100:250-268
  • Passow U, Arnosti C 2006. Degradation of complex polysaccharides in marine pelagic communities. In: Monographs C-w (ed) Production and fate of dissolved organic matter in the Mediterranean Sea, Book 28
  • Passow U, De La Rocha CL 2006. Accumulation of mineral ballast on organic aggregates. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 20:7
  • Santschi, P.H., Burd, A.B., Gaillard, J.-F., Lazarides, A.A. 2005. Transport of materials and chemicals by nano-scale colloids and micro to macro-scale flocs in marine, freshwater and engineered systems. In: Flocculation in Natural and Engineered Environmental Systems, Droppo, I.G., Leppard, G.G., Liss, S.N., and Milligan, T.G., eds., CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, chapter 9, pp. 191-210.
  • Santschi, P.H. 2005. Marine Colloids. In: Water Encyclopedia: Oceanography; Meteorology; Physics and Chemistry; Water Law; and Water History, Art, and Culture. Jay H. Lehr (Editor), Jack Keeley (Editor). pp. 27-32. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 832pp.
  • Hung, C.-C., Santschi, P.H., and Gillow, J.B. 2005. Isolation and characterization of extracellular polysaccharides produced by Pseudomonas fluorescens Biovar II. Carbohydrate Polymers, 61, 141-147.
  • Hsu, P.-H. and Hatcher, P.G. 2005. New evidence for covalent coupling of peptides to humic acids based on 2D NMR spectroscopy. A means for preservation.  Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, v. 69, p. 4521-4533.
  • Simpson, M.J., Chefetz, B., Deshmukh, A.P., and Hatcher, P.G., 2005. Comparison of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon distribution and sedimentary organic matter characteristics in contaminated, coastal sediments from Pensacola Bay, Florida. Marine Environmental Research, v. 59, p. 139-163.
  • Bianchi, T.S., Filley, T.R., Dria, K.J., Hatcher,  P. G., 2004. Temporal variability in sources of dissolved organic carbon in the lower Mississippi River. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, v. 68, p. 959-967.
  • Hatcher, P.G. 2004. The CHNs of organic geochemistry. characterization of molecularly uncharacterized non-living organic matter. Marine Chemistry, v. 92, p. 5-8.
  • Verdugo, P., Alldredge, A.L., Azam, F., Kirchman, D.L., Passow, U., and Santschi, P.H. 2004. The oceanic gel phase: a bridge in the DOM-POM continuum. Mar. Chem., 92, 67-85.
  • Chin W-C, Orellana MV, Quesada I, Verdugo P. 2004. Secretion in unicellular marine phytoplankton: demonstration of regulated exocytosis in Phaeocystis globosa. Plant Cell Physiol. 45(5): 535-542.
  • Azetsu-Scott K, Passow U 2004. Ascending marine particles: Significance of transparent exopolymer particles (TEP) in the upper ocean. Limnology and Oceanography 49: 741-748.
  • Guo, L., Tanaka, N., Schell, D.M., and Santschi, P.H. 2003. Nitrogen and carbon isotopic composition of HMW dissolved organic matter in marine environments. Mar. Ecol. Progr. Ser., 252(2003): 51-60.
  • Kim, S., Simpson, A.J., Kujawinski, E.B., Freitas, M.A., and Hatcher, P.G., 2003. Non-invasive advanced spectroscopic methods (electrospray ionization mass spectrometry and 2D solution NMR) for analysis of DOM isolated by C18 solid phase disk extraction. Organic Geochemistry, v. 34, p. 1325-1335.
  • Simpson, A. J., Kingery W., and Hatcher, P.G., 2003. The identification of plant derived structures in natural organic matter using three-dimensional NMR spectroscopy. Environmental Science and Technology, v. 37(2), p. 337-342.
  • Guthrie-Nichols, E.A,  Grasham, A.,  Kazunga, C., Salloum, M.,  Sangaiah, R., Gold, A., and Hatcher, P.G., 2003, The Effect of Aging on Pyrene Transformation in Sediments. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, v. 22 (1), p. 40-49.
  • Kim, S., Kramer, R.W., and Hatcher, P.G., 2003.  An informative graphical method for analysis of ultrahigh-resolution broadband mass spectra of natural organic matter – the van Krevelen diagram. Analytical Chemistry, v. 75, p. 5336-5344.
  • Kaiser, E. Simpson, A.J., Dria, K.J., Sulzberger, B., and Hatcher, P.G., 2003. Solid-state and multidimensional solution-state NMR of solid phase extracted and ultrafiltered riverine dissolved organic matter (DOM). Environmental Science and Technology, v. 37, p. 2929-2935.
  • Hung, C.-C., Guo, L., Santschi, P.H., Alvarado-Quiroz, N.J., Haye, J. 2003. Distributions of carbohydrate species in the Gulf of Mexico. Mar. Chem., 81, 119-135.
  • Santschi, P.H., Hung, C.-C., Guo, L., Pinckney, J., Schultz, G., Alvarado-Quiroz, N., and Walsh, I. 2003. Control of acid polysaccharide production, and 234Th and POC export fluxes by marine organisms, Geophysical Res. Lett., 30(2), Art. No. 1044, dio 10.1029/2002GL016046.
  • Hung, C.-C., Guo, L., Schultz, G., Pinckney, J.L., and Santschi, P.H. 2003. Production and fluxes of carbohydrate species in the Gulf of Mexico, Global Biogeochem. Cycles, 17(2), 1055, doi:10.1029/2002GB001988.
  • Kujawinski, E.B., Freitas, M.A., Zang, X., Hatcher, P.G., Green-Church, K.B., Jones, R.B. 2002. The application of electrospray ionization mass spectrometry (ESI MS) to the structural characterization of natural organic matter. Organic Geochemistry, v. 33, p. 171-180.
  • Simpson, A.J., Salloum, M.J., Kingery, W., and Hatcher, P.G. 2002. Improvements in the 2-D NMR spectroscopy of humic substances. Journal of Environmental Quality, v. 31(2), p. 388-392.
  • Quigley, M.S., Santschi, P.H., Hung, C.-C., Guo, L., and Honeyman, B.D. 2002. Importance of polysaccharides for 234Th complexation to marine organic matter. Limnology and Oceanography, 47, 367-377.
  • Passow U 2002a. Production of transparent exopolymer particles (TEP) by phytoplankton and bacterioplankton. Marine Ecology Progress Series 236:1-12
  • Passow U 2002b. Transparent exopolymer particles (TEP) in aquatic environments. Progress in Oceanography 55:287-333
  • Hung, C.-C., and Santschi, P.H. 2001. Spectrophotometric determination of total uronic acids in seawater using cation exchange separation and pre-concentration by lyophilization. Analyt. Chim. Acta, 427, 111-117.
  • Engel A, Passow U 2001 Carbon and nitrogen content of transparent exopolymer particles (TEP) in relation to their Alcian Blue adsorption. Marine Ecology-Progress Series 219:1-10
  • Zang, X., Brown, J.C., van Heemst, J.D.H., Palumbo, A., and Hatcher, P.G., 2001. Characterization of amino acids and proteinaceous materials using on-line tetramethylammonium hydroxide (TMAH) thermochemolysis and gas chromatography-mass spectrometry technique. Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis, v. 61(1-2), p. 181-193.
  • Guo, L., and Santschi, P.H. 2000. Sedimentary sources of old high molecular weight dissolved organic matter from the ocean margin benthic nepheloid layer. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 64(4), 651-660.
  • Guo, L., Wen, L.-S., Tang, D., and Santschi, P.H. 2000. Re-examination of cross-flow ultrafiltration for sampling marine colloids: evidence from molecular probes. Mar. Chem, 69(1-2), 75-90.
  • Passow U 2000. Formation of Transparent Exopolymer Particles, TEP, from dissolved precursor material. Marine Ecology Progress Series 192:1-11
  • Chefetz, B., A. Deshmukh, E. A. Guthrie and P. G. Hatcher. 2000. Pyrene sorption by natural organic Matter. Environmental Science & Technology, v. 34, p. 2925-2930.

Prior to 2000

  • Passow U, Alldredge AL 1999. Do transparent exopolymer particles (TEP) inhibit grazing by the euphausid Euphausia pacifica? Journal of Plankton Research 21:2203-2217
  • Santschi, P.H., Guo, L., Walsh, I.D., Quigley, M.S., and Baskaran, M. 1999. Boundary exchange and scavenging of radionuclides in continental margin waters of the Middle Atlantic Bight. Implications for organic carbon fluxes. Cont. Shelf Res., 19, 609-636.
  • Guthrie, E.A., Bortiatynski, J.M., van Heemst, J.D.H., Richman, J.E., Hardy, K.S., Kovach, E.M., and Hatcher, P.G., 1999, Determination of [13C] Pyrene sequestration in sediment microcosms using flash pyrolysis-gc-ms and 13C NMR. Environmental Science & Technology, v. 33, p. 119-125
  • Zhou J, Mopper K, Passow U 1998. The role of surface-active carbohydrates in the formation of transparent exopolymer particles by bubble adsorption of seawater. Limnology and Oceanography 43:1860-1871
  • Santschi, P.H., Balnois, E., Wilkinson, K., Zhang, J., Buffle, J., and Guo, L. 1998. Fibrillar polysaccharides in marine macromolecular organic matter, as imaged by Atomic Force Microscopy and Transmission Electron Microscopy, Limnology and Oceanography, 43(5), 896-908.
  • Chin W-C, Orellana MV, Verdugo P.  1998. Spontaneous assembly of marine dissolved organic matter into polymer gels. Nature  391: 568-572.
  • Alldredge AL, Passow U, Haddock SHD 1998. The characteristics and transparent exoploymer particle (TEP) content of marine snow formed from thecate dinoflagellates. Journal of Plankton Research 20:393-406.
  • Selifonov, S.A., Chapman, P.J., Akkerman, S.B., Gurst, J.E., Bortiatynski, J.M., Nanny, M.A. and Hatcher, P.G., 1998, Use of 13C NMR to assess fossil fuel biodegradation. Fate of 1-13C acenaphthene in creosote polycyclic aromatic compound mixtures degraded by bacteria. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, v. 64, p.1447-1453.
  • McKinney, D. E., Behar, F., Hatcher, P. G., 1998.  Reaction kinetics and n-alkane product profiles from the thermal degradation of 13C-labeled n-C25 in two dissimilar oils as determined by SIM/GC/MS.  Organic Geochemistry, v. 29, p. 119-136.
  • Bianchi, T.S., Lambert, C.D., Santschi, P.H., Guo, L., and Hatcher, P.G. 1997. Sources and transport of land-derived particulate and dissolved organic carbon in the Gulf of Mexico (Texas Shelf/Slope). Organic Geochemistry, 27, 65-78.
  • Guo, L., and Santschi, P.H. 1997. Composition and cycling of colloids in marine environments, Reviews of Geophysics, 35, 17-40.
  • Santschi, P.H., Lenhart, J., and Honeyman, B.D. 1997. Heterogeneous processes affecting trace contaminant distribution in estuaries: The role of natural organic matter. Marine Chemistry, 58, 99-125.
  • Guo, L., and Santschi, P.H. 1997. Isotopic and elemental characterization of colloidal organic matter from the Chesapeake Bay and Galveston Bay. Marine Chemistry, 59, 1-15.
  • Wassmann P, Passow U, Vernet M 1995. A new hypothesis on the fate of extracellular carbon released by phytoplankton in arctic shelf areas. In: Floderus S, Wassmann P, Heiskanen A-S (eds) Sediment trap studies in the Nordic countries 3 Proceedings. NurmiPrint OY, Nurmijärvi,
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  • Waite AM, Olson RJ, Dam HG, Passow U 1995. Sugar-containing compounds on the cell surfaces of marine diatoms measured using concanavalin A and flow cytometry. Journal of Phycology 31:925-933
  • Passow U, Kozlowski W, Vernet M 1995. Distribution of Transparent Exopolymer Particles (TEP) during summer at a permanent station in Antarctica. Antarctic Journal of the United States 30:265-266
  • Mopper K, Zhou J, Ramana KS, Passow U, Dam HG, Drapeau DT 1995. The role of surface-active carbohydrates in the flocculation of a diatom bloom in a mesocosm. Deep-Sea Research II 42:47-73
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  • Steichen, J.L., Denby, A., Windham, R., Brinkmeyer, R. and Quigg, A. 2015  A Tale of Two Ports: Dinoflagellate and Diatom communities found in the high ship traffic region of Galveston Bay, Texas (USA). Journal of Coastal Research. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.2112/JCOASTRES-D-13-00225.1  January 2015
  • McInnes, A. S., Nunnally, C. C, Rowe, G. T., Davis, R. W. and Quigg, A. 2015  Undetected blooms in Prince William Sound: using multiple techniques to elucidate the base of the summer food web. Estuaries and Coasts. 10.1007/s12237-014-9924-0 January 2015
  • Jiang, Y., Laverty, K.S., Brown, J., Brown, L., Chagoya, J., Burow, M. and Quigg, A.  2014 Effect of silicate limitation on growth, cell composition and lipid production of three native diatoms to Southwest Texas desert.  Journal of Applied Phycology. doi: 10.1007/s10811-014-0463-7  November 2014
  • Jiang, Y., Nunez, M., Laverty, K.S., and Quigg, A. 2014 Coupled effect of silicate and nickel on the growth and lipid production. Journal of Applied Phycology. doi: 10.1007/s10811-014-0412-5 9/25/2014  September 2014
  • Chekalyuk, A., Barnard, A., Quigg, A., Hafez, M. and Zhao, Y. 2014 Aquatic Laser Fluorescence Analyzer: Field evaluation in the Northern Gulf of Mexico. Optics express.  22 (18), 21641-21656. http://dx.doi.org/10.1364/OE.22.021641
  • McInnes AS, Shepard AK, Raes EJ, Waite AM and Quigg, A.  2014  Simultaneous quantification of active carbon and nitrogen fixing communities and estimation of rates using fluorescence in situ hybridization and flow cytometry. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 80: 6750-6759.
  • Steichen, J., Schulze, A., Brinkmeyer, R. and Quigg, A. 2014  All aboard! A biological survey of ballast water onboard vessels travelling the North Atlantic Ocean. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 87: 201-210.
  • Nunnally, C.C., DiMarcoS.F., Quigg, A., Chapman, O., Rowe, G.T. 2014  Benthic-Pelagic Coupling in the Gulf of Mexico Hypoxic Area:  Sedimentary enhancement of eutrophic conditions and near bottom primary production. Continental Shelf Research. 85: 143-152. doi: 10.1016/j.csr.2014.06.006  
  • Chagoya, J.C., Brown, J., Gomez, S.M., Zhang, J., Jiang, Y., Laverty, K., Brown, L., Quigg, A. and Burow, M. D. 2014 Media Optimization and Lipid Formation of Two Native Diatoms for Cultivation in the Southwest Texas Desert. Journal of Applied Phycology. 26: 2075-2085.  doi: 10.1007/s10811-014-0238-1
  • Zhao, Y. and Quigg, A. 2014  Nutrient limitation in Northern Gulf of Mexico (NGOM): phytoplankton communities and photosynthesis respond to nutrient pulse. PLOS One. 9(2): e88732. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0088732
  • Jiang, Y., Laverty, K.S., Brown, J., Nunez, M., Brown, L., Chagoya, J., Burow, M. and Quigg, A. 2014  Effects of fluctuating temperature and silicate supply on the growth, biochemical composition and lipid accumulation of Nitzschia sp. Bioresource Technology 154: 336–344.
  • Y. Wu, D.A. Campbell, A.J. Irwin, D.J. Suggett, Z.V. Finkel. 2014. Ocean acidification enhances the growth rate of larger diatoms. Limnology & Oceanography. 59: 1027-1034.
  • Y. Wu, J. Jeans, D.J. Suggett, Z.V. Finkel, D.A. Campbell.  2014. Large centric diatoms allocate more cellular nitrogen to photosynthesis to counter slower RUBISCO turnover rates.  Frontiers in Marine Science: Global Change and the Future Oceans. doi: 10.3389/fmars.2014.00068
  • Seebah S, Fairfield C, Ullrich MS, Passow U 2014. Aggregation and sedimentation of Thalassiosira weissflogii (diatom) in a warmer and more acidified future ocean. PLoS ONE 9: e112379.
  • Moriceau B, Laruelle GG, Passow U, Cappellen PV, Ragueneau O 2014.  Biogenic silica dissolution in diatom aggregates: insights from relative transport modelling Marine Ecology Progress Series 517:35-49.
  • Chuang, C.-Y., Santschi, P.H., Jiang, Y., Ho, Y.-F., Quigg, A., Guo, L.D.,, Ayranov, M., Schumann, D. 2014. Important role of diatoms in the scavenging of particle reactive radionuclides, Thorium, Protactinium, Lead, Polonium and Beryllium, in the ocean: a case study with Phaeodactylum tricornutum. Limnol. Oceanogr., 59(4), 1256–1266. S
  • hiek, CS, K Anantharaman, JA Breier, JB Sylvan,KJ Edwards & GJ Dick.  2014.  Deep ocean background microbial communities are primary colonizers of hydrothermal plumes across a back-arc spreading basin.  The ISME Journal.  doi: 10.1038/ismej.2014.22
  • Meyers, MJ, JB Sylvan and KJ Edwards.  2014.  Extracellular enzyme activity and microbial diversity measured on seafloor exposed basalts from Loihi Seamount indicate importance of basalts to global biogeochemical cycling.  Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 80(16): 4854-4864.   
  • Orcutt, BN, DE LaRowe, JF Biddle, FS Colwell, BT Glazer, BK Reese, JB Kirkpatrick,LL Lapham, HJ Mills, JB Sylvan, SD Wankel and CG Wheat.  2013.  Microbial activity in the marine deep biosphere: progress and prospects. Frontiers in Microbiology 4:189. doi:10.3389/ fmicb.2013.00189
  • Sylvan, JB, TY Sia, AG Haddad, LJ Briscoe, BM Toner, PR Girguis and KJ Edwards.  2013.  Low temperature geomicrobiology follows host rock composition along a geochemical gradient in Lau Basin.  Frontiers in Microbiology, 4: 61.  doi:10.3389/fmicb.2013.00061.
  • Sylvan, JB and JW Ammerman.  2013.  Organic nutrient distributions on the Louisiana continental shelf during spring and summer 2004: implications for annual hypoxia development.  Marine Chemistry, 154: 113-123.
  • A.D. Barton, A.J. Pershing, E. Litchman, Z.V. Finkel, T. Kiørboe, N.R. Record, K.F. Edwards, B.A. Ward. 2013. The biogeography of plankton traits.  Ecology Letters. 16(4): 522-534.
  • C.M. Mutshinda, Z.V. Finkel, A.J. Irwin. 2013. Which environmental factors control phytoplankton populations? A Bayesian variable selection approach. Ecological Modelling. 269: 1-8. Supplement. 10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2013.07.025
  • A.D. Barton, Z.V. Finkel, B.A. Ward, D.G. Johns, M.J. Follows. 2013. The roles of cell size and trophic strategy in North Atlantic diatom and dinoflagellate communities. Limnology & Oceanography. 58: 254-266.
  • C.M. Mutshinda, L. Troccoli-Ghinaglia, Z.V. Finkel, F. Muller-Karger, A.J. Irwin.  2013. Environmental regulation of phytoplankton community structure in the Cariaco Basin. Marine Biology Research. 9(3): 247-261.
  • Quigg, A., Chin, W.-C., Chen, C.-S., Zhang, S., Jiang, Y., Miao, A.-J., Schwehr, K.A., Xu, C., and Santschi, P.H. 2013. Direct and indirect toxic effects of engineered nanoparticles on algae: role of natural organic matter. In: Special Issue on Sustainable Nanotechnology in ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, 1, 686−702; dx.doi.org/10.1021/sc400103x.
  • Zhang, S., Jiang, Y., Chen, C.-S., Creeley, D., Schwehr, K.A., Quigg, A., Chin, W.-C., and Santschi, P.H. 2013. Ameliorating Effects by Extracellular Polymeric Substances excreted by Thalassiosira pseudonana on algal toxicity of CdSe Quantum Dots. Aquatic Toxicology, 126, 214– 223.
  • Boyd P, Rynearson T, Armstrong E, Fu F, Hayashi K, Hu Z, Hutchins D, Kudela R, Litchman E, Mulholland M, Passow U, Strzepek R, Whittaker K, Yu E, Thomas M  2013. Marine Phytoplankton Temperature versus Growth Responses from Polar to Tropical Waters - Outcome of a Scientific Community-Wide Study. PLOS One 8:e63091.
  • Martin, R. E. and Quigg, A. 2013 Tiny Plants That Once Ruled the Seas. Scientific American. 308: 40-45.
  • Quigg, A., Al-Anasi, M., Nour Al Din, N., Wei,C-L., Nunnally, C.C., Al-Ansari, I.S., Rowe, G., Soliman, Y., Al-Maslamani, I.,  Mahmoud, I.,  Youseff, N. and Abdel Moati, M.A. 2013b Phytoplankton along the coastal shelf of an oligotrophic hypersaline environment in a semi-enclosed marginal sea: Qatar (Arabian Gulf). Continental Shelf Research. 60: 1-16.
  • Quigg, A., Nunnally, C.C., McInnes, A. S., Gay, S., Rowe, G., Dellapenna, T.M. and Davis, R. 2013a  Hydrographic and biological controls in two subarctic fjords: an environmental case study of how climate change could impact phytoplankton communities Marine Ecology Progress Series. 480: 21-37.
  • Roelke, D.L., Li, H-P., Hayden, N.J., Miller, C.J., Davis, S. E., Quigg, A. and Buyukates, Y. 2013  Co-occurring and opposing freshwater inflow effects on phytoplankton biomass, productivity and community composition of Galveston Bay, USA. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 477: 61–76.
  • Bianchi, T. S., Garcia Tigreros, F.,Yvon-Lewis, S., Shields, M., Mills, H., Butman, D., Osburn, C., Raymond, P., Shank, C., DiMarco, S. F., Walker, N., Reese, B., Mullins, R., Quigg, A., Aiken, G.R., and Grossman, E. 2013 Enhanced Transfer of Terrestrially-Derived Carbon to the Atmosphere in a Flooding Event. Geophysical Research Letters. 40: 1-7.
  • Nunnally, C.C.; Rowe, G.T.; Thornton, D.C.O., and Quigg, A. 2013  Sedimentary oxygen consumption and nutrient regeneration in the Gulf of Mexico hypoxic zone. In: Brock, J.C.; Barras, J.A., and Williams, S.J. (eds.), Understanding and Predicting Change in the Coastal Ecosystems of the Northern Gulf of Mexico, Journal of Coastal Research Special Issue 63: 84–96.
  • Quigg, A.,Kotabová, E., Jarešová, J., Kaňa, R.,  Šetlík, J., Šedivá, B., Komárek, O. and Prášil, O. 2012  Photosynthesis in Chromera velia represents a simple system with high efficiency. PLOS One. 7(10): e47036.
  • Dorado, S., Rooker, J. R., Wissel, B. and Quigg, A. 2012  Isotope baseline shifts in pelagic food webs of the Gulf of Mexico. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 464: 37- 49.
  • Bragg, J.G., Quigg, A., Raven, J.A., Wagner, A. 2012  Protein elemental sparing and codon usage bias are correlated among bacteria. Molecular Ecology. 21: 2480–2487.
  • Martin, R. E. and Quigg, A. 2012 Evolving Phytoplankton Stoichiometry Fueled Diversification of the Marine Biosphere. Geosciences. Special Issue on Paleontology and Geo/Biological Evolution. 2: 130-146.
  • Jiang, Y.,Yoshida, T.,and Quigg, A. 2012 Photosynthetic performance, lipid production and biomass composition in response to nitrogen limitation in marine microalgae. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry. 54: 70-77.
  • Steichen, J., Windham, R., Brinkmeyer, R. and Quigg, A. 2012  Ballast water impacts on Galveston Bay, Texas. Bulletin marine pollution. 64: 779–789.
  • S.C. Sharpe, J.A. Koester, M. Loebl, A.M. Cockshutt, D.A. Campbell, A.J. Irwin, Z.V. Finkel. 2012. Metabolic size scaling within and across cryptic species of Ditylum brightwellii (Bacillariophyceae). PLoS One 7(12): e52916. 10.1371/journal.pone.0052916.
  • H. van Tol, A.J. Irwin, Z.V. Finkel. 2012. Macroevolutionary trends in silicoflagellate skeletal morphology: the costs and benefits of silicification. Paleobiology. 38(3): 391-402.
  • A.J. Irwin, A.M. Nelles, Z.V. Finkel. 2012. Phytoplankton niches estimated from field data. Limnology and Oceanography. 57(3): 787-797.
  • Arnosti C, Fuchs BM, Amann R, Passow U 2012. Contrasting extracellular enzyme activities of particle-associated bacteria from distinct provinces of the North Atlantic Ocean. Frontiers in Microbiology 3.
  • Gaerdes A, Ramaye Y, Grossart H-P, Passow U, Ullrich MS 2012. Effects of Marinobacter adhaerens HP15 on polymer exudation by Thalassiosira weissflogii at different N: P ratios. Marine Ecology Progress Series 461:1-14.
  • Sylvan, JB, BM Toner & KJ Edwards.  2012.  Life and death of deep-sea hydrothermal sulfides: Bacterial diversity and ecosystem succession.  mBio 3(1): e00279.  
  • Biddle, JF, JB Sylvan, WJ Brazelton, BJ Tully, KJ Edwards, CL Moyer, JF Heidlberg & WC      Nelson.  2012.  Prospects for the study of evolution in the deep biosphere.  Frontiers in Microbiology, 2: 285.  doi:10.3389/fmicb.2011.00285.
  • Edwards, KJ, CG Wheat & JB Sylvan.  2011.  Under the sea: life in volcanic oceanic crust.   Nature Reviews Microbiology, 9: 703-712.
  • Sylvan, JB, A Quigg, S Tozzi & JW Ammerman.  2011.  Mapping phytoplankton community physiology on a river impacted continental shelf: testing a multifaceted approach. Estuaries and Coasts. 34: 1220-1233.
  • Orcutt, BN, JB Sylvan, N Knab & KJ Edwards.  2011.  Microbiology of the dark ocean: Microbial life in the dark at, above and below the seafloor. Microbiology and Molecular Biology Reviews, 75(2): 361-422.
  • Quigg, A, JB Sylvan, AB Gustafson, TR Fisher, RL Oliver, S Tozzi and JW Ammerman.  2011. Going west: role of phosphorus limitation in expanding primary production across the Louisiana shelf.  Aquatic Geochemistry, 17: 519-544.
  • Kaye, JZ, JB Sylvan, KJ Edwards, and JA Baross.  2011. Halomonas and Marinobacter ecotypes from hydrothermal-vent, subseafloor and deep-sea environments.  FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 75: 123-133.
  • Sylvan, JB, AG Turner and KJ Edwards.  2011.  Microbe-metal interactions on endolithic seafloor basalts, p. 65-76.  In: Stolz, JF and RS Oremland (eds.) Microbial Metal and Metalloid Metabolism: Advances and Applications.  ASM Press, Washington DC. 
  • Passow U, French MA, Robert M  2011. Biological controls on dissolution of diatom frustules during their descent to the deep ocean: Lessons Learned from Controlled Laboratory Experiments. Deep Sea Research I 58:1147-1157.
  • Z-P. Mei, Z.V. Finkel, A.J. Irwin. 2011. Phytoplankton growth allometry and size-dependent C:N stoichiometry revealed by a variable quota model. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 434: 29-43, 10.3354/meps09149
  • B-Z. Chen, A.J. Irwin, Z.V. Finkel. 2011. Biogeographic distribution of diversity and size-structure of organic-walled dinoflagellate cysts.  Marine Ecology Progress Series.  425:35-45. 10.3354/meps08985
  • Quigg, A.S., A.J. Irwin, Z.V. Finkel. 2011. Testing the evolutionary inheritance of elemental stoichiometry in phytoplankton.  Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 278:526-534. 10.1098/rspb.2010.1356
  • Chen, C.-S., Anaya, J.M., Zhang, S., Spurgin, J., Chuang, C.-Y., Xu, C., Miao, A.-J., Chen, E.Y.T., Schwehr, K.A., Jiang, Y., Quigg, A., Santschi, P.H., and Chin, W.-C. 2011. Effects of engineered nanoparticles on the assembly of exopolymeric substances from marine phytoplankton. PLoS ONE, 6(7) e21865.
  • Arnosti C, Grossart H-P, Muehling M, Joint I, Passow U 2011.  Dynamics of extracellular enzyme activities in seawater under changed atmospheric pCO2: A mesocosm investigation. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 64:285-298.
  • Gaerdes A, Iversen MH, Grossart H-P, Passow U, Ullrich M 2011. Diatom associated bacteria are required for aggregation of Thalassiosira weissflogii. ISME Journal 5:436-445.
  • Benner I, Passow U 2010. Utilization of organic nutrients by coccolithophores. Marine Ecology Progress Series 404:21-29.
  • Miao, A.-J., Luo, Z., Chen, C.-S., Chin, W.-C., Santschi, P.H., Quigg, A. 2010. Zinc Oxide Engineered Nanoparticles: Dissolution and Toxicity to Marine Phytoplankton. Environ. Tox. Chem., 29, 2814 -2822.
  • Miao, A.-J., Luo, Z., Chen, C.-S., Chin, W.-C., Santschi, P.H., and Quigg, A. 2010. Intracellular uptake: A possible mechanism for silver engineered nanoparticle toxicity to a freshwater alga. PLoS ONE, 5(12), 1-8 (e15196).
  • Quigg, A., Litherland, S., Phillips, J.A., & Kevekordes, K. 2010 Phytoplankton productivity across Moreton Bay, Australia: the impact of water quality, light and nutrients on spatial patterns. Eds Peter J.F. Davie and Julie A. Phillips. In, Proceedings of the Thirteenth International Marine Biological Workshop, The Marine Fauna and Flora of Moreton Bay, Queensland. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum — Nature 54 (3): 355-372. Brisbane, Australia.
  • McInnes, A. and Quigg, A. 2010 Near-Annual Fish Kills in Small Embayments: Casual versus Causal Factors.  Journal of Coastal Research. 26: 957-966.
  • Z.V. Finkel and B. Kotrc.  2010. Silica use through time: macroevolutionary change in the morphology of the diatom frustule.  Geomicrobiology Journal. 16:1-13. 10.1080/01490451003702941
  • Loebl, M., Cockshutt, A.M., Campbell, D.A., Z.V. Finkel. 2010. Physiological basis for high resistance to photoinhibition under nitrogen depletion in Emiliania huxleyi.  Limnology and Oceanography.  55: 2150-60. 10.4319/lo.2010.55.5.2150
  • Z.V. Finkel, K.A. Matheson, K. Regan, A.J. Irwin. 2010. Genotypic and phenotypic variation in diatom silicification under paleooceanographic conditions. Geobiology.  8(5): 433-445
  • K.J. Flynn, J.A. Raven, T.A.V. Rees, Z.V. Finkel, A.S Quigg, J. Beardall. 2010. Is the growth rate hypothesis applicable to microalgae?  Journal of Phycology.  46(1): 1-12.
  • Z.V. Finkel, J. Beardall, K.J. Flynn, A.S. Quigg, T.A.V. Rees, J.A. Raven. 2010. Phytoplankton in a changing world: cell size and elemental stoichiometry. Journal of Plankton Research. 32(1):119-137.
  • T. Key, A. McCarthy, D.A. Campbell, C. Six, S. Roy, Z.V. Finkel. 2010. Cell size tradeoffs govern light exploitation strategies in marine phytoplankton. Environmental Microbiology. 12(1):95-104.
  • Miao, A.J., Schwehr, K.A., Xu, C., Zhang, S.J., Quigg, A., and Santschi, P.H. 2009. The algal toxicity of silver engineered nanoparticles and detoxification by exopolymeric substances. Environ. Pollution, 157(11), 3034-3041.
  • Casey, JR, MW Lomas, V Michelou, ST Dyhrman, JW Ammerman and JB Sylvan2009. Phytoplankton taxon-specific orthophosphate (Pi) and ATP utilization in the western subtropical North Atlantic.   Aquatic Microbial Ecology, 58: 31-44.
  • Feng Y, Hare C, Leblanc K, Rose J, Zhang Y, DiTullio G, Lee P, Wilhelm S, Rowe J, Sun J, Nemcek N, Gueguen C, Passow U, Benner I, Brown C, Hutchins D 2009. Effects of increased pCO2 and temperature on the North Atlantic spring bloom. I. The phytoplankton community and biogeochemical response. Marine Ecology Progress Series 388:13-25.
  • Leblanc K, Hare CE, Feng Y, Berg GM, DiTullio GR, Neeley A, Benner I, Sprengel C, Beck A, Sanudo-Wilhelmy SA, Passow U, Klinck K, Rowe JM, Wilhelm SW, Brown CW, Hutchins DA. 2009. Distribution of calcifying and silicifying phytoplankton in relation to environmental and biogeochemical parameters during the late stages of the 2005 North East Atlantic Spring Bloom. Biogeosciences 6:2155 – 2179.
  • Z. V. Finkel, A.J. Irwin, C. Jacob-Vaillancourt, E. Reavie, J.P. Smol. 2009. Environmental control of aquatic microbial community size structure varies across aquatic ecosystems. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 276: 1627-1634. (Cover image)
  • Z-P. Mei, Z.V. Finkel, A.J. Irwin.  2009. Growth rate allometry in response to light and nutrient limitation in phytoplankton. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 259: 582-588.
  • J. Beardall, D. Allen, J. Bragg, Z.V. Finkel, K.J. Flynn, A. Quigg, T.A.V. Rees, A. Richardson and J.A. Raven. 2009. Allometry and stoichiometry of unicellular, colonial and multicellular phytoplankton. Tansley Review. New Phytologist 181(2), 295–309. 10.1111/j.1469-8137.2008.02660.x
  • Suggett, D. J., Stambler, N. Prášil, O., Kolber, Z., Quigg, A., Vázquez-Domínguez, E., Zohary, T., Berman, T., Iluz, D., Levitan, O., Lawson, T., Meeder, E., Lazar, B., Bar-Zeev, E., Medova, H.& Berman-Frank, I. 2009 Nutrient control of oceanic microbial growth during spring in the Gulf of Aqaba. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 56: 227-239.
  • Beardall, J., Ihnken, S. and Quigg, A. 2009 Gross and Net Primary Production: Closing the Gap between Concepts and Measurements. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 56: 113-122.
  • Quigg, A., Broach, L., Denton, W. and Miranda, R. 2009 Water quality in the Dickinson Bayou watershed (Texas, Gulf of Mexico) and health issues. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 58: 896-904.
  • Quigg, A. and Roehrborn, L. 2008  Spatial and temporal distributions of planktonic diatoms in a subtropical bayou. Texas Journal of Science.60: 281-298.
  • Quigg, A., Kevekordes, K. & Phillips, J.A. 2008 Ecophysiological status of nine species of macroalgae and seagrasses in Moreton Bay, Queensland, Australia. Eds Peter J.F. Davie and Julie A. Phillips. In, Proceedings of the Thirteenth International Marine Biological Workshop, The Marine Fauna and Flora of Moreton Bay, Queensland. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum — Nature 54 (1): 391-403. Brisbane, Australia.
  • Thronson, A. and Quigg, A. 2008 Fifty five years of fish kills in Coastal Texas. Estuaries and Coasts.31: 802–813. *Highlighted in Coastal and Estuarine Science News, October 2008
  • Quigg, A. 2008 Trace Elements. Eds Sven Erik Jørgensen and Brian D. Fath. In, Ecological Stoichiometry in the Encyclopedia of Ecology. Vol. [5] 3564-3573 pp. Oxford, Elsevier.
  • Martin, R. E., Quigg, A. and Podkovyrov, V. 2008 The evolution of ocean stoichiometry and diversification of the marine biosphere. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 258: 277–291.
  • Navarro, E., Miao, A.J., Baun, A., Behra, R., Bloch Hartmann, N.I., Filser, J., Quigg, A., Santschi, P.H., Sigg, L. 2008. Ecotoxicity of nanomaterials on photosynthetic organisms and fungi: state of the art and future needs. Ecotoxicology, 17, 372–386.
  • A.J. Irwin and Z.V. Finkel. 2008. Mining a sea of data: deducing environmental controls of remote-sensed chlorophyll. PLoS ONE. 3(1): E3836 10.1371/JOURNAL.PONE.0003836
  • C  Six, Z.V. Finkel, F. Rodriguez, D. Marie, F. Partensky, D.A. Campbell. 2008. Contrasting photoacclimation costs in ecotypes of the eukaryotic picoplankter Ostreococcus. Limnology & Oceanography. 53(1): 255-265
  • Garvey M, Moriceau B, Passow U 2007. Applicability of the FDA assay to determine the viability of marine phytoplankton under different environmental conditions. Marine Ecology Progress Series 352:17-26.
  • Grossart HP, Engel A, Arnosti C, De La Rocha CL, Murray AE, Passow U 2007. Microbial dynamics in autotrophic and heterotrophic seawater mesocosms. III. Organic matter fluxes. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 49:143-156.
  • Murray AE, Arnosti C, De La Rocha CL, Grossart HP, Passow U 2007. Microbial dynamics in autotrophic and heterotrophic seawater mesocosms. II. Bacterioplankton community structure and hydrolytic enzyme activities. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 49:123-141.
  • Moriceau B, Ragueneau O, Garvey M, Passow U 2007. Evidence for reduced biogenic silica dissolution rates in diatom aggregates. Marine Ecology Progress Series 333:129-142.
  • Passow U, De La Rocha CL, Arnosti C, Grossart HP, Murray AE, Engel A 2007. Microbial dynamics in autotrophic and heterotrophic seawater mesocosms. I. Effect of phytoplankton on the microbial loop. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 49:109-121.
  • C. Six, Z.V. Finkel, A.J. Irwin, D.A. Campbell. 2007. Light variability illuminates niche-partitioning among oceanic picocyanobacteria. PLoS ONE 2(12): e1341.
  • Z. V. Finkel, J. Sebbo, M. Katz, A.J.Irwin, O. Schofield, S. Feist-Burkhardt, J. Young, P. Falkowski. 2007. A universal driver of macroevolutionary change in the size of phytoplankton over the Cenozoic. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA.  104(51): 20416-20420.
  • Berman-Frank, A. Quigg, Z. V. Finkel, A.J. Irwin, L. Haramaty.  2007.  Nitrogen-fixation strategies and Fe requirements in cyanobacteria. Limnology & Oceanography. 52(5): 2260-2269.
  • Z. V. Finkel, A. Quigg, R. Chiampi, O. Schofield & P. Falkowski. 2007.  Phylogenetic diversity in Cd:P regulation in marine phytoplankton. Limnology & Oceanography. 52(3): 1131-1138.
  • Sylvan, JB, A Quigg, S Tozzi & JW Ammerman.  2007.  Eutrophication induced phosphorus limitation in the Mississippi River Plume: Evidence from fast repetition rate fluorometry. Limnology and Oceanography, 52 (6): 2679-2685.
  • Sylvan, JB, Q Dortch, DM Nelson, AF Maier Brown, W Morrison & JW Ammerman.  2006. Phosphorus limits phytoplankton growth on the Louisiana shelf during the period of hypoxia formation.  Environmental Science and Technology, 40 (24): 7548-7553.
  • Grossart HP, Allgaier M, Passow U, Riebesell U 2006. Testing the effect of CO2 concentration on the dynamics of marine heterotrophic bacterioplankton. Limnology and Oceanography 51:1-11.
  • Z.V. Finkel, A. Quigg, J. A. Raven, J. R. Reinfelder, O. E. Schofield, and P. G. Falkowski. 2006. Irradiance and the elemental stoichiometry of marine phytoplankton. Limnology & Oceanography. 51: 2690-2701.
  • A.J. Irwin, Z. V. Finkel, O. Schofield & P. Falkowski. 2006. Scaling-up from nutrient physiology to the size-structure of phytoplankton communities. Journal of Plankton Research. 28(5): 459-471.
  • Quesada I., Chin, W-C, Verdugo P. 2006. Mechanisms of signal transduction in photo-stimulated secretion in Phaeocystis globosa. FEBS Lett. 580: 2201-2206.
  • Quigg, A., Kevekordes, K., Raven, J. A. and Beardall, J. 2006b Limitations on microalgal growth at very low photon flux densities: the role of energy slippage and H+ leakage. Photosynthesis Research, 88: 299-310.
  • Quigg, A., Reinfelder, J.R. and Fisher, N. S. 2006a Copper-uptake kinetics in diverse marine phytoplankton. Limnology and Oceanography, 51: 893-899.
  • Raven, J.A., Andrews, M. and Quigg, A. 2005 The evolution of oligotrophy: implications for the breeding of crop plants for low input agricultural systems. Annals of Applied Biology, 146: 1-20.
  • J.A. Raven, Z. V. Finkel, A.J. Irwin. 2005. Picophytoplankton: bottom-up and top-down controls on ecology and evolution. Vie et Mileu. 55 (3/4): 209-215.
  • Z. V. Finkel, M. Katz, J. Wright, O. Schofield & P. Falkowski. 2005. Climatically driven macroevolutionary patterns in the size of marine diatoms over the Cenozoic. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA. 102(25): 8927-8932.
  • P. Frost, M. Evans-White, Z. V. Finkel, T. Jensen, V. Matzek. 2005. Are you what you eat? Physiological constraints on organismal stoichiometry in an elementally imbalanced world. Oikos. 109:18-28.
  • De La Rocha CL, Passow U 2004. Recovery of Thalassiosira weissflogii from nitrogen and silicon limitation. Limnology and Oceanography 49:245-255
  • M.E. Katz, Z.V. Finkel, D. Gryzebek, A.H. Knoll, P.G. Falkowski. 2004. Eucaryotic phytoplankton: evolutionary trajectories and global biogeochemical cycles. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution and Systematics. 35:523-556.
  • Z. V. Finkel, A. J. Irwin and O. Schofield. 2004. Resource limitation alters the ¾ size scaling of metabolic rates in phytoplankton. Marine Ecology Progress Series, Special theme section: Emergent properties of complex marine systems: a macroecological perspective. 273:269-279.
  • O. Schofield, R. Arnone, P. Bissett, C. Davis, Z. Finkel, M. Oliver, M. Moline. 2004. Watercolors in the coastal zone: what can we see? Oceanography. 17(2):30-37.
  • Falkowski, P. G., Katz, M. E., Knoll, A. H., Quigg, A., Raven, J. A., Schofield, O. and Taylor, F. J. R. 2004 The evolutionary history of eukaryotic phytoplankton. Science 305: 354-360.Raven, J.A., Andrews, M. and Quigg, A. 2004  The evolution of oligotrophy in relation to the breeding of crop plants for low input agricultural systems. In Aspects of Applied Biology 72, pp. 99-100, Association of Applied Biologists, Wellesbourne, Warwick, UK.
  • Beardall, J., Quigg, A. and Raven, J.A. 2003 Oxygen consumption: Photorespiration and chlororespiration. (Chapter 8) In Photosynthesis in the Algae. [Eds.] T. Larkum, JA. Raven, and S. Douglas. Advances in Photosynthesis Series, Kluwer Academic Publishing. pp. 157-181.
  • A. Quigg, Z. V. Finkel, A. J. Irwin, Y. Rosenthal, T-Y Ho, J. R. Reinfelder, O. Schofield, F. M. M. Morel and P. G. Falkowski. 2003. The evolutionary inheritance of elemental stoichiometry in marine phytoplankton. Nature, 425: 291-294.
  • T-Y Ho, A. Quigg, Z. V. Finkel, A. J. Milligan, K. Wyman, P. G. Falkowski, and F. M. M. Morel. 2003.  The elemental composition of some marine phytoplankton.  Journal of Phycology, 39(6):1145-1159.
  • Orellana MV, Lessard EJ, Dycus E, Chin W-C, Foy MS, Verdugo P. 2003. Tracing the source and fate of biopolymers in seawater: application of an immunological technique. Mar. Chem. 83: 89-99.
  • Passow U, Engel A, Ploug H 2003. The role of aggregation for the dissolution of diatom frustules. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 46:247-255.
  • Quigg, A. and Beardall, J. 2003 Protein turnover in relation to maintenance metabolism at low photon flux in two marine microalgae. Plant, Cell and Environment26: 1-10.
  • Quigg, A., Beardall, J. and Wydrzynski, T. 2003 An investigation of the photosynthetic O2 – evolving reactions in two marine microalgae as a function of the photon flux during growth. Functional Plant Biology30: 301-308.
  • Shipe RF, Passow U, Brzezinski MA, Graham WM, Pak DK, Siegel DA, Alldredge AL 2002. Effects of the 1997-98 El Nino on seasonal variations in suspended and sinking particles in the Santa Barbara Basin. Progress in Oceanography 54:105-127.
  • Engel A, Goldthwait S, Passow U, Alldredge A 2002. Temporal decoupling of carbon and nitrogen dynamics in a mesocosm diatom bloom. Limnology and Oceanography 47:753-761.
  • Passow U, Shipe RF, Murray A, Pak DK, Brzezinski MA, Alldredge AL 2001. Origin of transparent exopolymer particles (TEP) and their role in the sedimentation of particulate matter. Continental Shelf Research 21:327-346.
  • Z. V. Finkel and A.J. Irwin. 2001. Light absorption and the filter amplification correction: species-specific and size-specific effects.  Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 259:51-61.
  • Z. V. Finkel. 2001. Light absorption and the size scaling of light-limited growth and photosynthesis in marine diatoms. Limnology & Oceanography, 46(1): 86-94.
  • Z. V. Finkel and A.J. Irwin. 2000. Modelling size-dependent photosynthesis: light absorption and the allometric rule. Journal of theoretical Biology, 204: 361-369.

Prior to 2000

  • Lambert, C.D., Bianchi, T.S., and Santschi, P.H. 1999. Cross-shelf changes in phytoplankton community composition in the Gulf of Mexico (Texas shelf/slope): The use of plant pigments as biomarkers. Continental Shelf Research, 19, 1-21.
  • Murray AE, Blakis A, Massana R, Strawzewski S, U. Passow, Alldredge AL, DeLong EF 1999. A time series assessment of planktonic archaeal variability in Santa Barbara Channel. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 20:129-145.
  • Kiørboe T, Hansen J, Alldredge AL, Jackson G, Passow U, Dam H, Drapeau D, Waite A, Garcia C 1996. Sedimentation of phytoplankton during a spring diatom bloom: Rates and  mechanisms. Journal of Marine Research 54:1123-1148.
  • Alldredge AL, Gotschalk C, Passow U, Riebesell U 1995. Mass aggregation of diatom blooms: Insights from a mesocosm study. Deep-Sea Research 42:9-28
  • Crocker KM, Passow U 1995. Differential aggregation of diatoms. Marine Ecology Progress Series 117:249-257.
  • Riebesell U, Reigstad M, Wassmann P, Noji T, Passow U 1995. On the trophic fate of Phaeocystis pouchetii (Hariot): VI. Significance of Phaeocystis-derived mucus for vertical flux. Netherlands Journal of Sea Research 33:193-203.
  • Logan BE, Passow U, Alldredge AL 1994. Variable retention of diatoms on screens during size separations. Limnology and Oceanography 39:390-395.
  • Passow U, Wassman P 1994. On the trophic fate of Phaeocystis pouchetti (Hariot): IV The formation of marine snow by P. pouchetti. Marine Ecology Progress Series 104:153-161.
  • Passow U, Peinert R 1993. The role of plankton in particle flux: Two case studies from the NE-Atlantic. Deep- Sea Research II 40:573-585.
  • Passow U, Peinert R, Zeitzschel B 1993. Distribution of suspended matter and sedimentation during the inter-monsoon period off Oman (West Arabian Sea). Deep-Sea Research II 40: 833-849.
  • Passow U 1991a. Species specific sedimentation and sinking velocities of diatoms. Marine Biology 108:449-455.
  • Passow U 1991b. Vertical migration of Gonyaulax catenata and Mesodinium rubrum. Marine Biology 110:455-463.
  • Karuh M, Leppänen J-M, Nømmann S, Passow U, Postel L, Schulz S  1990. Spatio-temporal mosaic of the phytoplankton spring bloom in the open Baltic Sea in 1986. Marine Ecology Progress Series 66:301-309.
  • Smetacek V, Passow U 1990. Spring bloom initiation and Sverdrup's critical depth model. Limnology and Oceanography 35:228-234.
  • Noji T, Passow U, Smetacek V 1986. Interaction between pelagial and benthal during autumn in Kiel Bight Baltic Sea I. Development and sedimentation of phytoplankton blooms. Ophelia 26:333-350.

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Oil Hydrocarbons

Prior to ADDOMEx

  • Hung, C.-C., Ko, F.-C., Gong, G.-C., Wu, J.-M., Chiang, H.-L., Peng, S.-C., Santschi, P.H. 2014. Changes in zooplankton PAH concentrations across hydrographic fronts in the East China Sea. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 83(1), 248–257.
  • Ziervogel K, D’Souza N, Sweet J, Yan B, Passow U. 2014. Natural oil slicks fuel surface water microbial activities in the nothern Gulf of Mexico. Frontiers in Aquatic Microbiology 5:188
  • Passow U. 2014. Formation of Rapidly-Sinking, Oil-Associated Marine Snow. Deep Sea Research
  • Soliman, Y.S., Al Ansari and Wade T.L. 2014 Sources, Composition and Levels of PAHs in Coastal Sediments of the EEZ of Qatar, Arabian Gulf. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 85 542-548.
  • Klein, A.G., Sweet S.T., Kennicutt II, M.C., Wade T.L, Palmer T.A. and Montagna P. 2014 Chapter 9: Long Term Monitoring of Human Impacts to the Terrestrial Environment at McMurdo Station, In: Antarctic Futures Springer (T.Tin, D. Liggett, P. Maher and M. Lamers, editors) ISBN 978-007-6581-8, pp 213-227 Springer Science + Business Media, Dordrecht.
  • Rosenheim, B.E., Pendergraft, M.A., Flowers G.C., Carney, R., Sericano, J.L., Amer, R.M., Chanton, J., Dincer, Z. and Wade, T.L. 2014 Employing Extant Stable Carbon Isotope Data in Gulf of Mexico Sedimentary Organic Matter for Oil Spill Studies. Deep Sea Research II. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.dsr2.2014.03.020 .
  • Joye, S.B., Montoya J.P., Murawski, S.A., Ozgokmen, T.M., Wade T.L., Montuoro, R. Roberts, B.J., Hollander, D.J., Jeffrey, W.H., Chanton, J.P. and Wilson C.A. 2014 A Rapid Response Study of the Hercules Gas Well Blowout. EOS. 95. 341-342.
  • Cooksey, C., Hyland J., Fulton, M.H., Balthis, L., Wirth, E. and Wade T. 2014. Ecological Conditions of Coastal Ocean Waters along the U.S. Continental Shelf of Northeastern Gulf of Mexico: 2010. NOAA Technical Memorandum NOS NCCOS 188, NOAA National Ocean Service, Charleston SC 29412-9110. 68 pp.
  • Barakat, A.O., Mostafa, A., El Sayed, N.B Wade T.L. and Sweet S.T. 2013 Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) in Surface Sediments of Lake Manzala, Egypt. Soil and Sediment Contamination 22 315-331.
  • Pendergraft, M.A., Zeynep, D., Sericano, J.L., Wade T.L. and Rosenheim, B.E. 2013 Linking. Ramped-Pyrolysis Isotope Data to Oil Content through PAH Analysis. Environmental Research Letters 8. 1-10 (on line at stacks.iop.org/ERL/8/044038).
  • Passow U, Ziervogel K, Asper V, Diercks A 2012. Marine snow formation in the aftermath of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Environmental Research Letters 7:11
  • Klein, A.G., Sweet S.T., Wade T.L., Sericano, J.L. and Kennicutt II, M.C. 2012 Spatial Patterns of Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons (TPH) in the Terrestrial Environment at McMurdo Station, Antarctica, Antarctic Science doi:10.1017/S0954102012000429. 24: 450-466.
  • Hung, C.-C., Gong, G.-C., Ko, F.-C., Lee, H.-J., Chen, H.-Y., Wu, J.-M., Hsu, M.-L., Peng, S.-C., Nan, F.-H., Santschi, P.H. 2011. Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in surface sediments of the East China Sea and their relationship associated with carbonaceous materials. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 63, 464–470.
  • Kuo, L-J., Louchouarn, P., Herbert, B.E., Brandenberger, J.M., Wade T. L. and Crecelius, E. 2011 Combustion-derived substances in deep basins of Puget Sound: Historical inputs from fossil Fuel and biomass combustion. Environmental Pollution 159. 983-990.
  • Barakat, A.O., Mostafa, A.R. Wade T.L., Sweet S.T and El Sayed, N.B. 2011 Spatial Distribution and Temporal Trends of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Sediments from Lake Maryut, Alexandria, Egypt. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 218 63-80. (Available on line DOI 10.1007/s11270-010-0624-5)
  • Barakat, A.O., Mostafa, A.R. Wade T.L., Sweet S.T and El Sayed, N.B. 2011 Distribution and Characteristics of PAHs in Sediments from the Mediterranean Coastal Environment of Egypt. Marine Pollution Bulletin 62 1969-1978.
  • Kahairy, M.A., Barakat, A.O., Mostafa, A.R. and Wade T.L. 2011 An Environmental Pollution and Risk Assessment Study from Multi element Analyses of Road Dust Samples in Delta Region, Egypt. Microchemical Journal 97 234-242.
  • Wade, T.L., Sweet S.T., Sericano, J.L., N.L. Guinasso Jr., Diercks, A.-R., Highsmith, R.C., Asper, V.L., Joung, D., Shiller, A.M., Lohrenz, S.E. and Joye, S.B. 2011, Analyses of Water Samples from the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill: Documentation of the Sub-Surface Plume. in Monitoring and Modeling the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill: A Record-Breaking Enterprise, Geophysical Monograph Series, vol. 195, edited by Y. Liu et al., pp. 77–82, AGU, Washington, D. C.,
  • Wade, T.L., Sweet S.T., Walpert, J.N., Sericano, J.L., Singer J.J. and N.L. Guinasso Jr. 2011 Evaluation of Possible Inputs of Oil from the Deepwater Horizon Spill to the Loop Current and Associated Eddies in the Gulf of Mexico. in Monitoring and Modeling the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill: A Record-Breaking Enterprise, Geophysical Monograph Series., vol. 195, edited by Y. Liu et al., pp. 83–90, AGU, Washington, D. C., doi:10.1029/2011GM001095.
  • Sartori, F. Wade, T.L. Sericano, J.L. Mohanty, B.P. and Smith K.A. 2010 Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Soil of a Canadian River Floodplain Oklahoma, United States. Journal of Environmental Quality 39: 1-12.
  • Diercks, A. R., R. C. Highsmith, V. L. Asper, D. Joung, Z. Zhou, L. Guo, A. M. Shiller, S. B. Joye, A. P. Teske, N. L. Guinasso Jr., T. L. Wade, and S. E. Lohrenz 2010 Characterization of Subsurface Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons at the Deepwater Horizon Site, Geophys. Res. Lett., L20602 37: 1-6.
  • Kennicutt II, M.C., Klein, A.G., Montagna, P. Sweet, S.T., Wade T.L., Palmer, T.A., Sericano J.L. and Denoux, G. 2010 Temporal and Spatial Patterns of Anthropogenic Disturbances at McMurdo Station, Antarctica, Environmental Research Letters 5. 1-10.
  • Bissett, W., Jr., Smith R., Adams, L.G., Field, R., Moyer, W., Phillips, T., Scott, H.M., Wade, T.L., Sweet, S.T. and Thompson, J.A. 2009. An Evaluation of the Health Status of the Lavaca Bay, Texas Ecosystem Using Crassostrea virginica as the Sentinel Species. Marine Pollution Bulletin 58. 280-286.
  • Mostafa, A.R., Wade T.L., Sweet S.T., Abdel Kawi A. Al-Alimi, and Barakat A.O., 2009. Distribution and characteristics of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in Sediments of Hadramount coastal Area, Gulf of Aden, Yemen. Journal of Marine Systems 78: 1-8.
  • Louchouarn, P., Kuo, L-J., Wade T. L. and Schantz, M. 2009 Determination of levoglucosan and its isomers in size fractions of aerosol standard reference materials. Atmospheric Environment 43: 5630-5636.
  • Wade, T.L, Soliman, Y.S., Sweet S.T., Wolff, G.A. and Presley B.J. 2008. DGoMB Trace Elements and Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAH). Deep Sea Research II 55: 2585-2593
  • Bissett, W.,Jr., Adams, L.G., Field, R., Moyer, W., Phillips, T., Scott, H.M., Wade, T.L., Sweet, S.T. and Thompson, J.A. 2008. Bayesian Modeling of Lavaca Bay Pollutants. Marine Pollution Bulletin 56. 1781-1787.
  • Kim, Y., Powell, E.N., Wade, T.L. and Presley, B.J. 2008 Relationship of Parasites and Pathologies to Contaminant Body Burden in Sentinel Bivalves: NOAA Status and Trends “Mussel Watch” Program, Marine Environmental Research 65 101-127.
  • Wade, T.L., S.T. Sweet and A. G. Klein. 2008 Assessment of Sediment Contamination in Casco Bay, Maine. Environmental Pollution 152: 505-521.
  • Wade T. L. and Sweet, S. T. 2008 Galveston Bay Atmospheric Deposition Studies, Proceedings of the Eighth Biennial State of The Bay Symposium, Galveston Bay Estuaries Program, Galveston, Texas, January 23 to 25, 8pp.
  • Hwang, H.-M. and Wade, T.L.. 2008. Aerial distribution, temperature-dependant seasonal variation, and source of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) in Pine Needles from the Houston metropolitan Area, Texas, USA. Journal of Environmental Health and Science Part A 43, 1243-1251.
  • Hwang, H.-M., Wade T.L. and Sericano J.L. 2008. Residue-response relationship of lysosomal destabilization and PAHs body burdens and their toxicokinetics in eastern oysters (Crassostrea virginica). Environmental Health and Science Part A 43, 1373-1380.
  • Soliman, Y.S. and Wade T.L. 2008. Estimates of PAHs burdens in a population of ampeliscid amphiod at the head of the Mississippi Canyon (N. Gulf of Mexico). Deep Sea Research II 55: 2577-2584.
  • Wade, T.L, Wolff, G.A. and Presley B.J. 2005. Contaminant Chemistry: Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAH) and Trace Elements (TE) Northern Gulf of Mexico Continental Slope Habitat and Benthic Ecology Study Results. McKay, M. and J. Nides, eds. 2005. Proceedings: 23ed. Gulf of Mexico information transfer meeting, January 2005. U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Mineral Management Service, Gulf of Mexico OCS Region, New Orleans, La. OCS Study MMS 2005-006. 44-48.
  • Hwang, H.-M., T.L. Wade, and J.L. Sericano. 2004. Destabilized lysosomes and elimination of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons and Polychlorinated Biphenyls in eastern oysters (Crassostrea virginica) Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 23: 1991-1995.
  • Mostafa, A.R., A.O. Barakat, Y. Qian, and T.L. Wade. 2003. Composition, Distribution and Sources of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Sediments of the Western Harbor of Alexandria, Egypt. J. Soils and Sediments (http://dx.doi.org/10.1065/jss2003.02.069): 3: 173-179.
  • Hwang, H.-M., T.L. Wade, and J.L. Sericano. 2003. Concentration and source characterization of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in pine needles from Korea, Mexico and United States. Atmospheric Environment 37: 2259-2267.
  • Wade, T.L. and S.T. Sweet. 2003. Two to Five Ring Petroleum Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons: Biological Effects. In: M. McKay and J. Nides, eds., Proceedings: Twenty-first annual Gulf of Mexico information transfer meeting, January 2002. U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Minerals Management Service, Gulf of Mexico OCS Region, New Orleans, LA. OCS Study MMS 2003-005, pp. 241-249.
  • Dokken, Q.R., J.W. Tunnell, C.R. Beaver, S.A. Childs, K. Withers, T.W. Bates, I.R. MacDonald, and T. Wade. 2003. Long-Term Monitoring at the East and West Flower Garden Banks National marine Sanctuary 1998-1999. In: M. McKay and J. Nides, eds., Proceedings: Twenty-first annual Gulf of Mexico information transfer meeting, January 2002. U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Minerals Management Service, Gulf of Mexico OCS Region, New Orleans, LA. OCS Study MMS 2003-005, pp. 293-295.
  • Golomb, D., E. F. Barry, D. K. Ryan, and T. L. Wade. 2002. Wet and Dry Atmospheric Deposition of Toxic Metals and PAHs near New England Coastal Water. Biogeochemistry of Organic Contaminants in Aquatic Ecosystems: Honoring Dr. James G. Quinn. ACS Division of Environmental Chemistry Preprints of Extended Abstracts 42(2):259-261.
  • Hwang, H.-M., T.L. Wade, and J.L. Sericano. 2002. Relationship between lysosomal membrane destabilization and chemical body burden in eastern oysters (Crassostrea virginica) from Galveston Bay, Texas. 2001. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 21: 1268-1271.
  • Park, J.-S., T.L. Wade, and S. Sweet. 2002. Atmospheric Deposition of PAHs, PCBs, and Organochlorine pesticides to Corpus Christi Bay, Texas: Role of Air-Water Gas Exchange. Atmospheric Environment 36:1707-1720.
  • Santschi, P.H., B.J. Presley, T.L. Wade, B. Garcia-Romero, and M. Baskaran. 2001. Historical Contamination of PAHs, PCBs, DDTs, and Heavy Metals from Mississippi River Delta, Galveston Bay and Tampa Bay Sediment Cores. Marine Environmental Research 52:51-79.
  • Wade, T.L., H.-M. Hwang, Y. Qian, S.T. Sweet, and J.L. Sericano. 2001. Biomarkers of Environmental Degradation Applied to Galveston Bay, Texas. State of the Bay Symposium V, 21 January-2 February 2001, Galveston, Texas 82-92.
  • Wade, T.L. P.H. Santschi, B.J. Presley, B. Garcia-Romero and M. Baskaran. 2001. Environmental Trends of Contaminants from Mississippi River Delta, Tampa Bay, and Galveston Bay Sediments Cores. ACS Division of Environmental Chemistry, Preprints of Extended Abstracts 41. 890-893.
  • Moles, A. and T.L. Wade. 2001. Parasitsm and phagocytic function among sand lance Ammodytes hexapterus Pallas exposed to crude oil-laden sediments. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 66(4): 528-535.
  • Park, J.-S., T.L. Wade, and S. Sweet. 2001. Atmospheric distribution of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and deposition to Galveston Bay, Texas. Atmospheric Environment 35(19):3241-3249.
  • Kim, Y., E.N. Powell, T.L. Wade, B.J. Presley, and J.M. Brooks. 2001. The Geographic Distribution of Population Health and Contaminant Body Burden in Gulf of Mexico Oysters. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 41:30-46.
  • Qian, Y., T.L. Wade, and J.L. Sericano. 2001. The Distribution and Source of Polynuclear Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Galveston Bay, TX. Estuaries 24:817-827.
  • Santschi, P.H., Presley, B.J., Wade, T.L., Garcia-Romero, B., and Baskaran, M. 2001. Historical contamination of PAHs, PCBs, DDTs, and heavy metals in Mississippi River Delta, Galveston Bay and Tampa Bay sediment cores. Mar. Environ. Res. 52(1), 51-79.

Prior to 2000

  • Gorham-Test, C., T. Wade, V. Engle, K. Summers, and E. Hornig. 1999. Regional Environmental Monitoring and Assessment Program - Galveston Bay 1993. Proceedings, Galveston Bay Estuary Program, State of the Bay Symposium IV, January 28-29, Galveston, TX, 97-109.
  • Qian, Y., T.L. Wade, J.L. Sericano, and G. Denoux. 1999. Polynuclear Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Oysters from Galveston Bay, TX. Proceedings, Galveston Bay Estuary Program, State of the Bay Symposium IV, January 28-29, Galveston, TX, 219-224.
  • Park, J., T.L. Wade, and S. Sweet. 1999. Atmospheric Deposition of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs), Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs), and Pesticides to Galveston Bay. Proceedings, Galveston Bay Estuary Program, State of the Bay Symposium IV, January 28-29, Galveston, TX, 287-294.
  • Kim, Y., E.N. Powell, T.L. Wade, B.J. Presley, and J. M. Brooks. 1999. Influence of Climate Change on Interannual Variation in Contaminant Body Burden in Gulf of Mexico Oysters. Marine Environmental Research, 48: 459-488.
  • Readman, J.W., G. Fillmann, I. Tolosa, J. Bartocci, J/O. Villeneuve, C. Catinni, M. Coquery, S. Azemard, M. Horvat, T. Wade, Y. Daurova, G. Topping, and L.D. Mee. 1999. The Black Sea: A Comprehensive Survey of Contamination. In: L.D. Mee and G. Topping, eds. Black Sea Pollution Assessment. Black Sea Environmental Series. Vol. 10. United Nations Publications. New York. pp. 171-252.
  • Moore, M.N., D.M. Lowe, T. Wade, R.J. Wedderburn, M.H. Depledge, G. Balashov, H. Büyükgüngör, H. Özkoc, Y. Daurova, Y. Denga, E. Kostylev, P. Mihnea, C. Ciocanu, S. Moncheva, and S. Tabagari. 1999. The UNESCO/IOC “Black Sea Mussel Watch Pilot Study”: Biological Effects and Contaminant Residues. In: L.D. Mee and G. Topping, eds. Black Sea Pollution Assessment. Black Sea Environmental Series Vol. 10. United Nations Publications. New York. pp. 279-299.
  • Moore, M.N., D.M. Lowe, T. Wade, R.J. Wedderburn, M.H. Depledge, G. Balashov, H. Büyükgüngör, H. Özkoc, Y. Daurova, Y. Denga, E. Kostylev, P. Mihnea, C. Ciocanu, S. Moncheva, and S. Tabagari. 1999. International Mussel Watch (UNESCO/IOC ) in the Black Sea: A Pilot Study for Biological Effects and Contaminant Residues. In: Environmental Degradation of the Black Sea: Chalanges and Remedies. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Netherlands. pp. 273-289.
  • Long, E.R., G.M. Sloane, G.F. Scott, B. Thompson, R.S. Carr, J. Biebenbach, T.L. Wade, B.J. Presley, K.J. Scott, C. Mueller, G.Brecken-Fols, B. Albercht, J.W. Anderson, G. T. Chandler. 1999. Magnitude and Extent of Chemical Contamination and Toxicity in Sediments of Biscayne Bay and Vicinity NOAA Technical Memorandum NOS NCCOS CCMA 141.Silver Spring, MD 174pp.
  • Long. E.R., M. J. Hameedi, M. Harmon, G.M. Sloane, G.F. Scott, R.S. Carr, J. Biebenbach, T. Johnson, K.J. Scott, C. Mueller, J.W. Anderson, T.L. Wade, B.J. Presley,. 1999. Survey of Sediment Quality in Sabine Lake, Texas and Vicinity NOAA Technical Memorandum NOS NCCOS CCMA 137.Silver Spring, MD 45pp
  • Paulsen, S.C, List, E.J., and Santschi, P.H. 1999. Comment on “In-situ measurements of chlorinated hydrocarbons in the water column off the Palos Verdes Peninsula, California”. Environ. Sci. Technol., 33(21), 3927-3928.
  • Comet, P., F.J. Kelly, T.L. Wade, and J. McEvoy, 1998. Iron-Salted Ocean Can Help Fight CO2 . AAPG Explorer (February 1998). 34 and 37.
  • Jackson, T.J., T.L. Wade, J.L. Sericano, J.M. Brooks, J.M. Wong, B. Garcia-Romero, and T.J. McDonald, 1998. Galveston Bay: Temporal Changes in the Organic Contaminant Concentrations In NOAA National Status and Trends Oysters (1986-1994). Estuaries: 21: 718-730.
  • Hyland, J.L., L. Balthis, C.T. Hackney, G. McRae, A.H. Ringwood, T.R. Snoots, R.F. Van Dolah, and T.L. Wade. 1998. Environmental Quality of Estuaries of the Carolinian Province: 1995. Annual statistical summary for the EMAP-Estuaries Demonstration Project in the Carolinian Province. NOAA Technical Memorandum NOS ORCA 123 NOAA/NOS, Office of Ocean Resources Conservation and Assessment, Silver Spring, MD. 143p.
  • Qian, Y., J.L. Sericano, and T.L. Wade. 1998. Extraction and Clean-up of Sediments for Trace Organic Analysis. In: Sampling and Analytical Methods of the National Status and Trends Program, Mussel Watch Project: 1993-1996 Update. NOAA Technical Memorandum NOS ORCA 130, 1998, pp. 94-97.
  • Qian, Y., J.L. Sericano, and T.L. Wade. 1998. Extraction of Biological Tissues for Trace Organic Analysis. In: Sampling and Analytical Methods of the National Status and Trends Program, Mussel Watch Project: 1993-1996 Update. NOAA Technical Memorandum NOS ORCA 130, 1998, pp. 98-101.
  • Qian, Y., J.L. Sericano, and T.L. Wade. 1998. Purification of Biological Tissue Samples by Gel Permeation Chromatography for Organic Analyses. In: Sampling and Analytical Methods of the National Status and Trends Program, Mussel Watch Project: 1993-1996 Update. NOAA Technical Memorandum NOS ORCA 130, 1998, pp. 125-128.
  • Denoux, G., P. Gardinali, and T.L. Wade. 1998. Quantitative Determination of Polynuclear Aromatic Hydrocarbons by Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry - Selected Ion Monitoring (SIM) Mode. In: Sampling and Analytical Methods of the National Status and Trends Program, Mussel Watch Project: 1993-1996 Update. NOAA Technical Memorandum NOS ORCA 130, 1998, pp.129-139.
  • Gardinali, P.R. and T.L. Wade. 1998. Contribution of PAHs, PCBs and PCDD/PCDF to the 2,3,7,8-TCDD Induction Equivalents (IEQs) in Environmental Samples. Marine Pollution Bulletin: 37. 27-31
  • Kim, Y., E.N. Powell, T.L. Wade, B.J. Presley, and J. L. Sericano. 1998. Parasites of sentinel bivalves in the NOAA Status and Trends Program: Distribution and Relationship to Contaminant Body Burden. Marine Pollution Bulletin 37. 45-55.
  • Presley, B.J, T.L. Wade, P. Santschi and M. Baskaran. 1998. Historical Contamination of Mississippi River Delta, Tampa Bay and Galveston Bay Sediments. NOAA Technical Memorandum NOS ORCA 127. 65p.
  • Golomb, D., D. Ryan, J. Underhill, T. Wade, and S. Zemba. 1997. Atmospheric Deposition of Toxics onto Massachusetts Bay––II. Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons. Atmospheric Environment 31:1361-1368.
  • Willett, K.L., P. Gardinali, J.L. Sericano, T.L. Wade and S.H. Safe. 1997. Characterization of the H4IIE Rat Hepatoma Cell Bioassay for the Evaluation of Polynuclear Aromatic Hydrocarbon (PAH) Containing Environmental Samples. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology. 32: 442-448.
  • Sericano, J.L., T.L. Wade, and J.M. Brooks. 1996. Accumulation and depuration of Organic Contaminants by the American oyster (Crassostrea Virginica). Science of the Total Environment. 179: 149-160.
  • Long, E.R., G.M. Sloane, R.S. Carr, K.J. Scott, G.B. Thursby and T.L. Wade. 1996. Sediment Toxicity in Boston Harbor: Magnitude, Extent, and Relationship with Chemical Toxicants. NOAA Technical Memorandum 96 NOAA/NOS/ORCA, Silver Spring, MD, 133 pp.
  • Short, J.W., T.J. Jackson, M.L. Larsen and T.L. Wade. 1996. Analytical Methods Used for the Analysis of Hydrocarbons in Crude Oil, Tissues, Sediments, and Seawater Collected for the Natural Resources Damage Assessment of the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill. Rice, S. D., R. B. Spies, D. A. Wolfe, and B. A. Wright (eds). 1995. Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Symposium Proceedings. American Fisheries Society Symposium Number 18 140-148.
  • Kennicutt, M.C. II, P.N. Booth, T.L. Wade, S.T. Sweet, R. Rezak, F.J. Kelly, J.M. Brooks, B.J. Presley, and D.A. Wiesenburg. 1996. Geochemical patterns in sediments near offshore production platforms, Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 53: 2554-2566.
  • Carr, R.S., D.C. Chapman, B.J. Presley, J.M. Biedenbavh, L. Robertson, P.N. Booth, R. Kilada, T.L. Wade, and P. Montagna. 1996. Sediment Porewater Toxicity Assessment Studies in the Vicinity of Offshore Oil and Gas Production Platforms in the Gulf of Mexico, Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 53: 2618-2628.
  • Kennicutt, M.C. II, S.J. McDonald, J.L. Sericano, P. Boothe, J. Oliver, S. Safe, B.J. Presley, H. Liu, D. Wolfe, T.L. Wade, A. Crockett and D. Bockus. 1995 Human Contamination of the Marine Environment-Arthur Harbor and McMurdo Sound, Antarctica. Environmental Science and Technology. 29:1279-1287
  • Yu, Y, T.L. Wade, J. Fang, J. Brooks, and S. McDonald. 1995. Production of PAH metabolites in Antarctic Fish (Notothenia gibberifrons) dosed with Diesel Fuel Arctic (DFA) and its implications to environmental monitoring. Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 29, 241-246.
  • Sericano, J.L., T.L. Wade, T.J. Jackson, J.M. Brooks, B.W. Tripp, J.W. Farrington, L.D. Mee, J.W. Readman, J-P. Villeneuve, and E.D. Goldberg. 1995. Trace Organic Contamination in the Americas: An Overview of the U.S. National Status and Trends and the International “Mussel Watch” Programs. Marine Pollution Bulletin 31: 214-225.
  • Kennicutt II, M.C., T.L. Wade, B.J. Presley, A.G. Requejo, J.M. Brooks, and G.J. Denoux. 1994. Sediment contamination in Casco Bay, Maine: Inventories, Sources, and Potential for Biological Impact. ES&T, 28: 1-15.
  • Jackson, T.J., T.L. Wade, T.J. McDonald, D.L. Wilkinson, and J.M. Brooks. 1994. Polynuclear Aromatic Hydrocarbon contaminants in oysters from the Gulf of Mexico (1986-1990). Environmental Pollution, 83: 291-298.
  • Wade, T.L., D.J. Velinsky, E. Reinharz, C.E. Schlekat. 1994. Tidal River Sediments in the Washington, DC Area II. Distribution and sources of organic contaminants. Estuaries 17: 321-333.
  • Schlekat, C.E., B.L. McGee, D.M. Boward, E. Reinharz, D.J. Velinsky, and T.L. Wade. 1994. Tidal River Sediments in the Washington, DC Area III. Biological effects associated with sediment contamination. Estuaries 17: 334-344.
  • Golomb, D., D. Ryan, J. Underhill, G.N. Eby, T. Wade, and S. Zemba. 1994. Atmospheric Deposition of Toxic Metals and Polyaromatic Hydrocarbons onto Massachusetts Bay. Proceedings 87th Annual Meeting and Exhibition, Air and Waste Management Association, June 19-24, Cincinnati, OH, p. 1-10.
  • McDonald, S.J., M.C. Kennicutt II, J. Sericano, T.L. Wade, H. Liu, and S.H. Safe. 1994. Correlation between bioassay-derived P4501A1 induction activity and chemical analysis of clam (Laternula elliptica) extracts from McMurdo Sound, Antarctica. Chemosphere 28: 2237-2248.
  • Frost, K.J., C. Manen, and T.L. Wade. 1994. Petroleum Hydrocarbons in Tissue of Harbor Seals from Prince William Sound and the Gulf of Alaska. In: T.R. Laughlin (ed.) Impacts of the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill on Marine Mammals. Academic Press 331-358.
  • Wade, T.L., T.J. Jackson, J.M. Brooks, J.L. Sericano, B. Garcia-Romero, and D.L. Wilkinson. 1993. Trace organic contamination in Galveston Bay oysters: Results from the NOAA National Status and Trends Mussel Watch Program. Proceedings, The Second State of the Bay Symposium, Feb. 4-6, 1993, Galveston, TX, pp. 109-111.
  • Wade, T.L., T.J. Jackson, T.J. McDonald, D.L. Wilkinson, and J.M. Brooks. 1993. Oysters as Biomonitors of the APEX Barge Oil Spill, Galveston Bay, Texas. Proceedings, 1993 International Oil Spill Conference, Mar. 29-Apr. 1, 1993, Tampa, FL. p. 313-317.
  • Fang, J., P.A. Comet, T.L. Wade, and J.M. Brooks. 1993. Non-methylene-interrupted fatty acids in the Gulf of Mexico hydrocarbon seep mytilids: Occurrence and significance. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 104B: 287-291.
  • Krahn, M.M., G.M. Ylitalo, J. Buzitis, S. Chan, U. Varanasi, T.L. Wade, T.J. Jackson, J.M. Brooks, D.A. Wolfe, and C.A. Manen. 1993. Comparison of HPLC/Fluorescence screening and GC/MS analysis for aromatic compounds in sediments sampled after the Exxon Valdez oil spill. ES&T 27 699-708.
  • Sericano, J. L., T. L. Wade, and J. M. Brooks. 1993. The usefulness of transplanted oysters in biomonitoring studies. Proceedings of The Coastal Society Twelfth International Conference, Oct. 21-24, 1990, San Antonio, TX pp. 417-429.
  • Wade. T.L., J. L. Sericano, J. M. Brooks, and B. J. Presley. 1993. Overview of the first four years of the NOAA National Status and Trends Mussel Watch Program. Proceedings of The Coastal Society Twelfth International Conference, Oct. 21-24, 1990, San Antonio, TX pp. 323-334.
  • Ellis, M.S., K.-S. Choi, T.L. Wade, E.N. Powell, T.J. Jackson, and D.H. Lewis. 1993. Sources of local variation in polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbon and pesticide body burden in oysters (Crassostrea virginica) from Galveston Bay, Texas. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 106C: 689-698 .
  • Wade, T.L., T.J. Jackson, J.L. Sericano, J.M. Wong, J.M. Brooks, J.K. Summers, and J.M. Macauley. 1993. Gulf Coast Sediment Organic Contaminant Distribution: Results from EPA EMAP-NC Program. Proceedings MTS '93 Technology - Requirements in the Nineties. Marine Technology Society, Long Beach, CA, Sept. 22-24, 1993, p. 175 -181.
  • Wade, T.L., J.M. Brooks, M.C. Kennicutt II, T.J. McDonald, J.L. Sericano, and T.J. Jackson. 1993. GERG Trace Organics Contaminant Analytical Techniques. National Status and Trends Program for Marine Environmental Quality, NOAA Tech. Memo. NOS ORCA 71, Sampling and Analytical Methods of the National Status and Trends Program National Benthic Surveillance and Mussel Watch Projects 1984-1992, Vol. IV Comprehensive Descriptions of Trace Organic Analytical Methods, Silver Spring, MD, July, 1993, pp. 121-129.
  • Fang, J., P.A. Comet, J.M. Brooks, and T.L. Wade. 1992. Biochemistry and physiology of deep-sea hydrocarbon seep mussels. EOS Supplement (Fall Meeting), 319- 320.
  • Fang, J., P.A. Comet, T.L. Wade, and J.M. Brooks. 1992. Gulf of Mexico hydrocarbon seep communities: IX. Sterol biosynthesis of seep mussels and its implications for host-symbiont association. Org. Geochem., 18(6):861-867.
  • Wade, T.L., E.N. Powell, T.J. Jackson, and J.M. Brooks. 1992. Processes controlling temporal trends in Gulf of Mexico oyster health and contaminant concentrations. Proceedings MTS'92 Global Ocean Partnership, Oct. 19-21, 1992, Washington D.C., pp. 223-229.
  • Wilson, E.A., E.N. Powell, T.L. Wade, R.J. Taylor, B.J. Presley, and J.M. Brooks. 1992. Spatial and temporal distributions of contaminant body burden and disease in Gulf of Mexico oyster populations: The role of local and large-scale climatic controls. Helgoländer Meeresunters, 46:201-235.
  • Wade, T.L., J.M. Brooks, M.C. Kennicutt II, T.J. McDonald, G.J. Denoux, and T.J. Jackson. 1991. Oysters as biomonitors of oil in the ocean. Proceedings 23rd Annual Offshore Technology Conference, May 6-9, 1991, Houston, TX, 6529:275-280.
  • Kennicutt II, M.C., T.L. Wade, N.L. Guinasso, Jr., J.M. Brooks, and J. Payne. 1991. The Mega Borg Incident: A comparison of response, mitigation and impact. Proceedings 23rd Annual Offshore Technology Conference, May 6-9, 1991, Houston, TX, 6524:239-247.
  • Brooks, J.M., M.A. Champ, T.L. Wade, and S.J. McDonald. 1991. GEARS: Response strategy for oil and hazardous spills. Sea Technology, April 1991, p. 25-32.
  • Brooks, J.M., T.L. Wade, B.J. Presley, J.L. Sericano, T.J. McDonald, T.J. Jackson, D.L. Wilkinson, and T.F. Davis. 1991. Toxic contamination of aquatic organisms in Galveston Bay. Proceedings Galveston Bay Characterization Workshop, February 21-23, 1991, pp. 65-67.
  • Wade, T.L., J.M. Brooks, J.L. Sericano, T.J. McDonald, B. Garcia-Romero, R.R. Fay, and D.L. Wilkinson. 1991. Trace organic contamination in Galveston Bay: Results from the NOAA National Status and Trends Mussel Watch Program. Proceedings Galveston Bay Characterization Workshop, February 21-23, 1991, pp. 68-70.
  • Sericano, J.L., T.L. Wade, and J.M. Brooks. 1991. Transplanted oysters as sentinel organisms in monitoring studies. Proceedings Galveston Bay Characterization Workshop, February 21-23, 1991, pp. 74-75.
  • McDonald, S.J., J.M. Brooks, D. Wilkinson, T.L. Wade, and T.J. McDonald. 1991. The effects of the Apex Barge oil spill on the fish of Galveston Bay, Proceedings Galveston Bay Characterization Workshop, February 21-23, 1991, pp. 85-86.
  • McDonald, S.J., T.L. Wade, J.M. Brooks, and T.J. McDonald. 1991. Assessing the exposure of fish to a petroleum spill in Galveston Bay, Texas. In: Wrobel, L.C. and C.A. Brebbia, eds. Water Pollution: Modeling, Measuring and Prediction. Computational Mechanics Publications, Southampton, and Elsevier Applied Science, London, pp. 707-718.
  • Wilson, E.A., E.N. Powell, M.A. Craig, T.L. Wade, and J.M. Brooks. 1991. The distribution of Perkinsus marinus in Gulf coast oysters: Its relationship with temperature, reproduction and pollutant body burden. Int. Reuve der Gesantan Hydrobioligie, 75:533-550.
  • McDonald, S.J., T.L. Wade, R.W. Estabrook, E.N. Powell, M.C. Kennicutt II, and J.M. Brooks. 1990. Benzo(a)pyrene metabolism in oysters from Florida sites in NOAA's Status and Trends Monitoring Program. Journal of Shellfish Research, 8:452.
  • Brooks, J.M., M.C. Kennicutt II, T.L. Wade, A.D. Hart, G.J. Denoux, and T.J. McDonald. 1990. Hydrocarbon distributions around a shallow water multiwell platform. ES&T, 24:1079-1085.
  • Wade, T.L., J.L. Sericano, B. Garcia-Romero, J.M. Brooks, and B.J. Presley. 1990. Gulf Coast NOAA National Status & Trends Mussel Watch: The first four years. MTS'90 Conference Proceedings, Sept. 26-28, 1990, Washington, D.C., p. 274-280.
  • Wade, T.L., M.C. Kennicutt II, and J.M. Brooks. 1989. Gulf of Mexico hydrocarbon seep communities: III: Aromatic hydrocarbon burdens of organisms from oil seep ecosystems. Mar. Environ. Res., 27:19-30.
  • Wade, T.L. and J.L. Sericano. 1989. Trends in organic contaminant distributions in oysters from the Gulf of Mexico. Proceedings, Oceans '89 Conference, Seattle, WA, p. 585-589.
  • Wade. T.L., E.L. Atlas, J.M. Brooks, M.C. Kennicutt II, R.G. Fox, J. Sericano, B. Garcia-Romero, and D. DeFreitas. 1988. NOAA Gulf of Mexico Status and Trends Program: Trace organic contaminant distribution in sediments and oysters. Estuaries, 11:171-179.
  • Brooks, J.M., E.N. Powell, M.C. Kennicutt II, R.S. Carney, I. Rosman, S.J. McDonald, R.R. Bidigare, and T.L. Wade. 1988. Gulf of Mexico hydrocarbon seep ecosystem studies. NOAA Symp. Series for Undersea Research, 88(4):119-135.
  • Kennicutt, M.C. II, J.L. Sericano, T.L. Wade, F. Alcazar, and J.M. Brooks. 1987. High molecular weight hydrocarbons in Gulf of Mexico continental slope sediments. Deep-Sea Research, 34(3A):403-424.
  • Brooks, J.M., M.C. Kennicutt II, R.R. Bidigare, T.L. Wade, E.N. Powell, G.J. Denoux, R.R. Fay, J.J. Childress, C.R. Fisher, I. Rosman, and G. Boland. 1987. Chemosynthetic ecosystems, hydrates, and oil seepage on the Gulf of Mexico slope: An update. EOS, 68(18):498-499.
  • Wade, T.L., M.C. Kennicutt II, and E.G. Merrill. 1986. Fate of carbonized coal hydrocarbons in a highly industrialized estuary, in: Organic Marine Geochemistry (Ed. M.L. Sohn), pp. 215-228, ACS Symposium Series 305, ACS Press, Washington, D.C.
  • Velinsky, D.J., T.L. Wade, and G.F.T. Wong. 1986. Atmospheric deposition of organic carbon to Chesapeake Bay. Atmospheric Environment, 20:941-947.
  • Farmer, C.T. and T.L. Wade. 1986. Relationship of particulate and gaseous atmospheric hydrocarbon distribution to wet and dry deposition of hydrocarbons. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, 29:439-452.
  • Kennicutt, M.C. II, J.M. Brooks, R.R. Bidigare, R.R. Fay, T.L. Wade, and T.J. McDonald. 1985. Vent type taxa in a hydrocarbon seep region on the Louisiana Slope. Nature, 317:351-353.
  • Merrill, E.G. and T.L. Wade. 1985. Carbonized coal products as a source of aromatic hydrocarbons to sediments from a highly industrialized estuary. ES&T, 19:597-603.
  • Santschi, P.H., S. Nixon, M. Pilson, and C. Hunt. 1984. Accumulation of sediments, trace metals (Pb, Cu) and hydrocarbons in Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island. Est. Coast. Shelf Sci. 19(4), 427-450.
  • Wade, T.L., G.F. Oertel, and R.C. Brown. 1983. Particulate hydrocarbons and coprostanol concentrations in shelf waters adjacent to Chesapeake Bay. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science, 40(2): 34-40.
  • Wade, T.L. 1983. Bulk atmospheric deposition of hydrocarbons to Lower Chesapeake Bay. Atmospheric Environment, 17:2311-2320.
  • Brown, R.C. and T.L. Wade. 1983. Coprostanol as a tracer of the fate of sewage-derived hydrocarbons. Water Research, 18:621-632.
  • Webber, D.B. and T.L. Wade. 1982. Non-volatile hydrocarbon deposition at non-urban locations in southeastern Virginia. Proceedings of the 2nd International Symposium on Composition of the Non-urban Troposphere, Williamsburg, VA, May 25-28, 1982, American Meteorological Society, Boston, Mass., p. 203-207.
  • Wade, T.L. and G.F. Oertel. 1981. Concentration of hydrocarbons associated with particles in the shelf waters adjacent to the entrance of Chesapeake Bay. Chesapeake Bay Plume Study, J.W. Campbell and J.P. Thomas (Eds.), NASA Conference Publication 2188, p. 237-242.
  • Oertel, G.F. and T.L. Wade. 1981. Characteristics of total suspended matter and associated hydrocarbons concentrations adjacent to the Chesapeake Bay entrance. In: Campbell, J.W. and J.P. Thomas, eds. Chesapeake Bay Plume Study. NASA Publication 2188, p. 251-260.
  • Bopp, R., P.H. Santschi, Y.-H. Li, and B.L. Deck. 1981. Biodegradation and gas exchange of gaseous alkanes in model estuarine ecosystems. Organic Geochem. 3, 9-14.
  • Wade, T.L. and J.G. Quinn. 1980. Incorporation, distribution, and fate of saturated petroleum hydrocarbons in sediments from a controlled ecosystem. Mar. Environ. Res., 3:15-33.
  • Gearing, P.J., J.N. Gearing, R.J. Pruell, T.L. Wade, and J.G. Quinn. 1980. Partitioning of No. 2 fuel oil in controlled estuarine ecosystems: Sediments and suspended particulate matter. ES&T, 14:1129-1136.
  • Wade, T.L. and J.G. Quinn. 1979. Geochemical distribution of hydrocarbons in sediments from Mid-Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island. Org. Geochem., 1:157-167.
  • Gearing, J.N., P.J. Gearing, T.L. Wade, J.G. Quinn, H.B. McCarthy, J.W. Farrington, and R.F. Lee. 1979. The rates of transport and fates of petroleum hydrocarbons in a controlled marine ecosystem and a note on analytical variability. Proceedings of the 1979 Oil Spill Conference, American Petroleum Institute, Washington, D.C., 555-564.
  • Wade, T.L. 1978. Sedimentary geochemistry of hydrocarbons from Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island: Incorporation, distribution and fate. Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Oceanography, University of Rhode Island, 90 pp.
  • Wade, T.L., J.G. Quinn, W.T. Lee, and C.W. Brown. 1976. Source and distribution of hydrocarbons in surface waters of the Sargasso Sea. Proceedings of the American Institute of Biological Sciences Symposium on Hydrocarbons in the Aquatic Environment, Washington, D.C., 270-286.
  • Farrington, J.W., J.M. Teal, G.C. Medeiros, K.A. Burns, E.A. Robinson, Jr., J.G. Quinn, and T.L. Wade. 1976. Intercalibration of gas chromatographic analyses for hydrocarbons in tissues and extracts of marine organisms. Analyt. Chem., 48:1711-1716.
  • Wade, T.L. and J.G. Quinn. 1975. Hydrocarbon in the Sargasso Sea surface microlayer. Mar. Poll. Bull., 6:54-57.
  • Wade, T.L. 1974. Measurements of hydrocarbon, phthalic acid and phthalic acid ester concentrations in environmental samples from the North Atlantic. M.S. Thesis, Department of Oceanography, University of Rhode Island, 123 p.
  • Duce, R.A., J.G. Quinn, T.L. Wade. 1974. Residence time of non-methane hydrocarbons in the atmosphere. Mar. Poll. Bull., 5: 59-61.
  • Farrington, J.W., J.M. Teal, J.G. Quinn, P.L. Parker, J.K. Winters, T.L. Wade, and K. Burns. 1974. Analyses of hydrocarbons in marine organisms: results of IDOE intercalibration exercises. National Bureau of Standards Special Publication 409, Marine Pollution Monitoring (Petroleum): 163-166.
  • Farrington, J.W., J.M. Teal, J.G. Quinn, T.L. Wade, and K. Burns. 1973. Intercalibration of analyses of recently biosynthesized hydrocarbons and petroleum hydrocarbons in marine lipids. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 10:129-136.
  • Duce, R.A., J.G. Quinn, C.E. Olney, S.R. Piotrowicz, B.J. Ray, and T.L. Wade. 1972. Enrichments of heavy metals and organic compounds in the surface microlayer of Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island. Science, 1976:161-163.

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