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2019
Boiteau R.M, Till C.P, Coale T.H, Fitzsimmons J.N, Bruland K.W, Repeta D.J.  2019.  Patterns of iron and siderophore distributions across the California Current System. Limnology and Oceanography. 64:376-389.
2017
Kumar A., Borgen M., Aluwihare LI, Fenical W.  2017.  Ozone-activated halogenation of mono- and dimethylbipyrrole in seawater. Environmental Science & Technology. 51:589-595.
2015
Fitzsimmons J.N, Bundy R.M, Al-Subiai S.N, Barbeau K.A, Boyle E.A.  2015.  The composition of dissolved iron in the dusty surface ocean: An exploration using size-fractionated iron-binding ligands. Marine Chemistry. 173:125-135.
Pizeta I., Sander S.G, Hudson R.JM, Omanovic D., Baars O., Barbeau K.A, Buck K.N, Bundy R.M, Carrasco G., Croot P.L et al..  2015.  Interpretation of complexometric titration data: An intercomparison of methods for estimating models of trace metal complexation by natural organic ligands. Marine Chemistry. 173:3-24.
Bundy R.M, Abdulla H.AN, Hatcher P.G, Biller D.V, Buck K.N, Barbeau K.A.  2015.  Iron-binding ligands and humic substances in the San Francisco Bay estuary and estuarine-influenced shelf regions of coastal California. Marine Chemistry. 173:183-194.
2014
Bundy R.M, Biller D.V, Buck K.N, Bruland K.W, Barbeau K.A.  2014.  Distinct pools of dissolved iron-binding ligands in the surface and benthic boundary layer of the California Current. Limnology and Oceanography. 59:769-787.