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2018 Publications

  1. Al-Sid-Cheikh M, Rowland SJ, Stevenson K, Rouleau C, Henry TB, Thompson RC. 2018. Uptake, whole-body distribution, and depuration of nanoplastics by the scallop Pecten maximus at environmentally realistic concentrations. Environmental Science & Technology 52:14480-14486.
  2. Artal MC, dos Santos A, Henry TB, Umbuzeiro GD. 2018. Development of an acute toxicity test with the tropical marine amphipod Parhyale hawaiensis. Ecotoxicology 27:103-108.
  3. Boyle D, Sutton PA, Handy RD, Henry TB. 2018. Intravenous injection of unfunctionalized carbon-based nanomaterials confirms the minimal toxicity observed in aqueous and dietary exposures in juvenile rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Environmental Pollution 232:191-199.
  4. Catarino AI, Macchia V, Sanderson WG, Thompson RC, Henry TB. 2018. Low levels of microplastics (MP) in wild mussels indicate that MP ingestion by humans is minimal compared to exposure via household fibres fallout during a meal. Environmental Pollution 237:675-684.
  5. Chen CY, Pan G, Shi WQ, Xu F, Techtmann SM, Pfiffner SM, Hazen TC. 2018. Clay flocculation effect on microbial community composition in water and sediment. Frontiers in Environmental Science 6:e60.
  6. Chen G, Shouakar-Stash O, Phillips E, Justicia-Leon SD, Gilevska T, Sherwood Lollar B, Mack EE, Seger ES, Löffler FE. 2018. Dual carbon–chlorine isotope analysis indicates distinct anaerobic dichloromethane degradation pathways in two members of Peptococcaceae. Environmental Science & Technology 10.1021/acs.est.8b01583.
  7. Chen YF, Zheng FF, Chen SZ, Liu HD, Phelps TJ, Zhang CL. 2018. Branched GDGT production at elevated temperatures in anaerobic soil microcosm incubations. Organic Geochemistry 117:12-21.
  8. Chen XJ, Zhuang J, Bester K. 2018. Degradation of triclosan by environmental microbial consortia and by axenic cultures of microorganisms with concerns to wastewater treatment. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 102:5403-5417.
  9. Clark K, Taggart DM, Baldwin BR, Ritalahti KM, Murdoch RW, Hatt JK, Loffler FE. 2018. Normalized quantitative PCR measurements as predictors for ethene formation at sites impacted with chlorinated ethenes. Environmental Science & Technology 52:13410-13420.
  10. Farmer J, Schaeffer S, Zhang B, An TT, Pei JB, Zhuang J, Wang JK. 2018. How soil bacterial communities with seasonal variation respond differently to long-term fertilization and plastic film mulching. Polish Journal of Environmental Studies 27:1483-1495.
  11. Guo MX, Gong ZQ, Miao RH, Jia CY, Rookes J, Cahill D, Zhuang J. 2018. Enhanced polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons degradation in rhizosphere soil planted with tall fescue: Bacterial community and functional gene expression mechanisms. Chemosphere 212:15-23.
  12. Hallin S, Philippot L, Loffler FE, Sanford RA, Jones CM. 2018. Genomics and ecology of novel N2O-reducing microorganisms. Trends in Microbiology 26:43-55.
  13. Hasim S, Vaughn EN, Donohoe D, Gordon DM, Pfiffner S, Reynolds TB. 2018. Influence of phosphatidylserine and phosphatidylethanolamine on farnesol tolerance in Candida albicans. Yeast 35:343-351.
  14. Higgins SA, Padilla-Crespo E, Loffler FE. 2018. Draft genome sequences of the 1,2-dichloropropane-respiring Dehalococcoides mccartyi strains RC and KS. Microbiology Resource Announcements 7.
  15. Higgins SA, Schadt CW, Matheny PB, Loffler FE. 2018. Phylogenomics reveal the dynamic evolution of fungal nitric oxide reductases and their relationship to secondary metabolism. Genome Biology and Evolution 10:2474-2489.
  16. Johnston HJ, Verdon R, Gillies S, Brown DM, Fernandes TF, Henry TB, Rossi AG, Tran L, Tucker C, Tyler CR, Stone V. 2018. Adoption of in vitro systems and zebrafish embryos as alternative models for reducing rodent use in assessments of immunological and oxidative stress responses to nanomaterials. Critical Reviews in Toxicology 48:252-271.
  17. Krauel JJ, Brown VA, Westbrook JK, McCracken GF. 2018. Predator-prey interaction reveals local effects of high-altitude insect migration. Oecologia 186:49-58.
  18. Marcet TF, Capiro NL, Morris LA, Hassan SM, Yang Y, Loffler FE, Pennell KD. 2018. Release of electron donors during thermal treatment of soils. Environmental Science & Technology 52:3642-3651.
  19. Marcet TF, Capiro NL, Yang Y, Loffler FE, Pennell KD. 2018. Impacts of low-temperature thermal treatment on microbial detoxification of tetrachloroethene under continuous flow conditions. Water Research 145:21-29.
  20. McCracken GF, Bernard RF, Gamba-Rios M, Wolfe R, Krauel JJ, Jones DN, Russell AL, Brown VA. 2018. Rapid range expansion of the Brazilian free-tailed bat in the southeastern United States, 2008–2016. Journal of Mammalogy. 2018:gyx188-gyx.188.
  21. Murdoch FK, Murdoch RW, Gurakan C, Sanin FD. 2018. Change of microbial community composition in anaerobic digesters during the degradation of nonylphenol diethoxylate. International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation 135:1-8.
  22. Onley JR, Ahsan S, Sanford RA, Loffler FE. 2018. Denitrification by Anaeromyxobacter dehalogenans, a common soil bacterium lacking the nitrite reductase genes nirS and nirK. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 84.
  23. Paradis CJ, McKay LD, Perfect E, Istok JD, Hazen TC. 2018. Push-pull tests for estimating effective porosity: expanded analytical solution and in situ application. Hydrogeology Journal 26:381-393.
  24. Paradis CJ, Moon JW, Elias DA, McKay LD, Hazen TC. 2018. In situ decay of polyfluorinated benzoic acids under anaerobic conditions. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 217:8-16.
  25. Rivkina E, Abramov A, Spirina E, Petrovskaya L, Shatilovich A, Shmakova L, Scherbakova V, Vishnivetskaya T. 2018. Earth’s perennially frozen environments as a model of cryogenic planet ecosystems. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes 29:246-256.
  26. Rogers TJ, Leppanen C, Brown VA, Fordyce JA, LeBude A, Ranney T, Simberloff D, Cregger MA. 2018. Exploring variation in phyllosphere microbial communities across four hemlock species. Ecosphere 9:e02524.
  27. Shatilovich A, Tchesunov AV, Neretina TV, Grabarnik IP, Gubin SV, Vishnivetskaya T, Onstott T, Rivkina E. 2018. Viable nematodes from late Pleistocene permafrost of the Kolyma River lowland. Doklady Biological Sciences 480:100-102.
  28. Soltanian MR, Amooie M, Cole D, Graham D, Pfiffner S, Phelps T, Darrah T, Moortgat J. 2018. Impacts of methane on carbon dioxide storage in brine formations. Groundwater doi:10.1111/gwat.12633.
  29. Soltanian MR, Amooie M, Cole D, Graham D, Pfiffner S, Phelps T, Moortgat J. 2018. Transport of perfluorocarbon tracers in the Cranfield geological carbon sequestration project. Greenhouse Gases: Science and Technology 8:650-671.
  30. Summers S, Henry T, Gutierrez T. 2018. Agglomeration of nano- and microplastic particles in seawater by autochthonous and de novo-produced sources of exopolymeric substances. Marine Pollution Bulletin 130:258-267.
  31. Vad J, Kazanidis G, Henry LA, Jones DOB, Tendal OS, Christiansen S, Henry TB, Roberts JM. 2018. Potential impacts of offshore oil and gas activities on deep-sea sponges and the habitats they form, p. 33-+. In Sheppard C (ed.), Advances in Marine Biology, Vol 79.
  32. Vishnivetskaya TA, Buongiorno J, Bird J, Krivushin K, Spirina EV, Oshurkova V, Shcherbakova VA, Wilson G, Lloyd KG, Rivkina EM. 2018. Methanogens in the Antarctic Dry Valley permafrost. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 94.
  33. Vishnivetskaya TA, Hu H, Van Nostrand JD, Wymore A, Xu X, Qiu G, Feng X, Zhou J, Brown SD, Brandt CC, Podar M, Gu B, Elias DA. 2018. Microbial community structure with trends in methylation gene diversity and abundance in mercury-contaminated rice paddy soils in Guizhou, China. Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts 10.1039/C7EM00558J.
  34. Xu T, Toperzer J, Kirkpatrick A, Furches MS, Ripp S, Sayler G, Close D. 2018. Rapid, high throughput detection of endocrine disrupting chemicals using autobioluminescent cellular bioreporters. In Ahmed R (ed.), Endocrine Disruptors. InTech, Rijeka, Croatia.
  35. Xu T, Young A, Marr E, Sayler G, Ripp S, Close D. 2018. A rapid and reagent-free bioassay for the detection of dioxin-like compounds and other aryl hydrocarbon receptor (AhR) agonists using autobioluminescent yeast. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 410:1247-1256.
  36. Yan J, Bi M, Bourdon AK, Farmer AT, Wang PH, Molenda O, Quaile AT, Jiang NN, Yang Y, Yin YC, Simsir B, Campagna SR, Edwards EA, Loffler FE. 2018. Purinyl-cobamide is a native prosthetic group of reductive dehalogenases. Nature Chemical Biology 14:8-+.