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2018
Wing S.R, Leichter J.J, Wing L.C, Stokes D., Genovese S.J, McMullin R.M, Shatova O.A.  2018.  Contribution of sea ice microbial production to Antarctic benthic communities is driven by sea ice dynamics and composition of functional guilds. Global Change Biology. 24:3642-3653.
Johnson G.C, Pezner A.K, Sura S.A, Fong P..  2018.  Nutrients and herbivory, but not sediments, have opposite and independent effects on the tropical macroalga, Padina boryana. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 507:17-22.
2017
Kelly E.LA, Eynaud Y., Williams I.D, Sparks R.T, Dailer M.L, Sandin SA, Smith JE.  2017.  A budget of algal production and consumption by herbivorous fish in an herbivore fisheries management area, Maui, Hawaii. Ecosphere. 8
Lee Z.MP, Poret-Peterson A.T, Siefert J.L, Kaul D., Moustafa A., Allen A.E, Dupont C.L, Eguiarte L.E, Souza V., Elser J.J.  2017.  Nutrient stoichiometry shapes microbial community structure in an evaporitic shallow pond. Frontiers in Microbiology. 8
2016
Wang S.Y, Shi X.G, Palenik B.  2016.  Characterization of Picochlorum sp use of wastewater generated from hydrothermal liquefaction as a nitrogen source. Algal Research-Biomass Biofuels and Bioproducts. 13:311-317.
Eynaud Y., McNamara D.E, Sandin SA.  2016.  Herbivore space use influences coral reef recovery. Royal Society Open Science. 3
Ma A.T, Daniels E.F, Gulizia N., Brahamsha B.  2016.  Isolation of diverse amoebal grazers of freshwater cyanobacteria for the development of model systems to study predator-prey interactions. Algal Research-Biomass Biofuels and Bioproducts. 13:85-93.
Quinn R.A, Vermeij MJA, Hartmann A.C, d'Auriac I.G, Benler S., Haas A., Quistad S.D, Lim Y.W, Little M., Sandin S. et al..  2016.  Metabolomics of reef benthic interactions reveals a bioactive lipid involved in coral defence. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences. 283
Smith JE, Brainard R., Carter A., Grillo S., Edwards C., Harris J., Lewis L., Obura D., Rohwer F, Sala E et al..  2016.  Re-evaluating the health of coral reef communities: baselines and evidence for human impacts across the central Pacific. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences. 283
2015
Williams GJ, Gove JM, Eynaud Y., Zgliczynski B.J, Sandin SA.  2015.  Local human impacts decouple natural biophysical relationships on Pacific coral reefs. Ecography. 38:751-761.
2014
Wang S.Y, Lambert W., Giang S., Goericke R, Palenik B.  2014.  Microalgal assemblages in a poikilohaline pond. Journal of Phycology. 50:303-309.
Schoepp NG, Stewart R.L, Sun V., Quigley A.J, Mendola D., Mayfield S.P, Burkart M.D.  2014.  System and method for research-scale outdoor production of microalgae and cyanobacteria. Bioresource Technology. 166:273-281.
2013
Chapman RL.  2013.  Algae: the world's most important "plants"-an introduction. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change. 18:5-12.
Anthony KRN, Diaz-Pulido G, Verlinden N., Tilbrook B., Andersson AJ.  2013.  Benthic buffers and boosters of ocean acidification on coral reefs. Biogeosciences. 10:4897-4909.
Nelson CE, Goldberg SJ, Kelly LW, Haas AF, Smith JE, Rohwer F, Carlson CA.  2013.  Coral and macroalgal exudates vary in neutral sugar composition and differentially enrich reef bacterioplankton lineages. Isme Journal. 7:962-979.
Palmer M.A, van Dijken G.L, Mitchell B.G, Seegers B.J, Lowry K.E, Mills M.M, Arrigo K.R.  2013.  Light and nutrient control of photosynthesis in natural phytoplankton populations from the Chukchi and Beaufort seas, Arctic Ocean. Limnology and Oceanography. 58:2185-2205.
Hildebrand M, Abbriano R.M, Polle J.E, Traller J.C, Trentacoste E.M, Smith S.R, Davis A.K.  2013.  Metabolic and cellular organization in evolutionarily diverse microalgae as related to biofuels production. Current Opinion in Chemical Biology. 17:506-514.
Liu X.W, Saydah B., Eranki P., Colosi L.M, Mitchell B.G, Rhodes J., Clarens A.F.  2013.  Pilot-scale data provide enhanced estimates of the life cycle energy and emissions profile of algae biofuels produced via hydrothermal liquefaction. Bioresource Technology. 148:163-171.
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