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Wear, Emma K., Elizabeth G. Wilbanks, Craig E. Nelson, and Craig A. Carlson. Submitted.
Primer selection impacts specific population abundances but not community dynamics in a
monthly time-series 16S rRNA amplicon analysis of coastal marine bacterioplankton.

 

Peer-reviewed

Wear, Emma K., Craig A. Carlson, Laura A. Windecker, and Mark A. Brzezinski. 2015.
Roles of diatom nutrient stress and species identity in determining the short- and long-term
bioavailability of diatom exudates to bacterioplankton. Marine Chemistry 177: 335-348.
doi:10.1016/j.marchem.2015.09.001

Wear, Emma K., Craig A. Carlson, Anna K. James, Mark A. Brzezinski, Laura A. Windecker, and
Craig E. Nelson. 2015. Synchronous shifts in dissolved organic carbon bioavailability and bacterial
community responses over the course of an upwelling-driven phytoplankton bloom. Limnology and
Oceanography
60: 657-677.
doi:10.1002/lno.10042

Wear, Emma K., Eric T. Koepfler, and Erik M. Smith. 2014. Spatiotemporal variability in dissolved
organic matter composition is more strongly related to bacterioplankton community composition
than to metabolic capability in a blackwater estuarine system. Estuaries and Coasts 37: 119-133.
doi: 10.1007/s12237-013-9651-y

 

Other

Nelson, Craig E., and Emma K. Wear. 2014. Microbial diversity and the lability of dissolved
organic carbon. PNAS 111: 7166-7167.
doi:10.1073/pnas.1405751111

Durham, Bryndan P., Jana Grote, Kerry A. Whittaker, Sara J. Bender, Haiwei Luo, Sharon L. Grim,
Julia M. Brown, John R. Casey, Antony Dron, Lennin Florez-Leiva, Andreas Krupke, Catherine M.
Luria, Aric H. Mine, Olivia D. Nigro, Santhiska Pather, Agathe Talarmin, Emma K. Wear, Thomas S.
Weber, Jesse M. Wilson, Matthew J. Church, Edward F. DeLong, David M. Karl, Grieg F. Steward,
John M. Eppley, Nikos C. Kyrpides, Stephan Schuster, and Michael S. Rappe. 2014. Draft genome
sequence of marine alphaproteobacterial strain HIMB11, the first cultivated representative of a
unique lineage within the Roseobacter clade possessing an unusually small genome. Standards in
Genomic Sciences
9: 632-645.
doi:10.4056/sigs.4998989

 



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