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2017
Hansman R.L, Thurber AR, Levin L.A, Aluwihare LI.  2017.  Methane fates in the benthos and water column at cold seep sites along the continental margin of Central and North America. Deep-Sea Research Part I-Oceanographic Research Papers. 120:122-131.
2016
Pasulka A.L, Levin L.A, Steele J.A, Case D.H, Landry MR, Orphan V.J.  2016.  Microbial eukaryotic distributions and diversity patterns in a deep-sea methane seep ecosystem. Environmental Microbiology. 18:3022-3043.
2015
Case D.H, Pasulka A.L, Marlow J.J, Grupe B.M, Levin L.A, Orphan V.J.  2015.  Methane seep carbonates host distinct, diverse, and dynamic microbial assemblages. Mbio. 6
2014
Marlow J.J, Steele J.A, Ziebis W., Thurber AR, Levin L.A, Orphan V.J.  2014.  Carbonate-hosted methanotrophy represents an unrecognized methane sink in the deep sea. Nature Communications. 5
2013
Niemann H., Linke P., Knittel K., MacPherson E., Boetius A., Bruckmann W., Larvik G., Wallmann K., Schacht U., Omoregie E. et al..  2013.  Methane-carbon flow into the benthic food web at cold seeps - a case study from the Costa Rica Subduction Zone. Plos One. 8
Thurber AR, Levin L.A, Rowden A.A, Sommer S., Linke P., Kroger K..  2013.  Microbes, macrofauna, and methane: A novel seep community fueled by aerobic methanotrophy. Limnology and Oceanography. 58:1640-1656.
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