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===PUBLICATIONS===
===PUBLICATIONS===

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PUBLICATIONS

Woodcroft* BJ, Mondav* R, Kim E-H, Hodgkins SB, Crill PM, Chanton JP, VerBerkmoes N, Saleska SR, Hugenholtz P, Rich VI, Tyson GW. A novel archaeal lineage drives methane flux in thawing permafrost. Nature Communications. In press.


Rich, V, Pham V, Eppley J, Shi Y, DeLong EF. 2011. Time-series analyses of Monterey Bay coastal microbial picoplankton using a ‘genome proxy’ microarray. Environmental Microbiology. 13: 116-134.


Rich, V, Konstantinidis K, DeLong EF. 2008. Design and testing of “genome proxy” microarrays to profile marine microbial communities. Environmental Microbiology, 10: 506-521.

• Faculty of 1000 “Must Read” paper, 4 Feb 2008.


DeLong EF, Preston CM, Mincer T, Rich V, Hallam SJ, Frigaard NU, Martinez A, Sullivan MB, Edwards R, Brito BR, Chisholm SW, Karl DM. 2006. Community genomics among stratified microbial assemblages in the ocean's interior. Science. 311:496-503.

• Faculty of 1000 “Recommended” paper, 17 Feb 2006


Horz, H-P, Rich V, Avrahami S, and Bohannan BJ. 2005. Methane-oxidizing bacteria in a California upland grassland soil: diversity and response to simulated global change. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 71(5): 2642-2652.


PUBLICATIONS – IN REVIEW / SUBMITTED

Hodgkins SB, Tfaily MM, McCalley CK, Logan T, Crill PM, Saleska SR, Rich VI, Chanton JP. Increases in organic matter lability and greenhouse gas production rates in peat along a permafrost thaw gradient. In review.


McCalley CK, Woodcroft BJ, Hodgkins SB, Mondav R, Chanton JP, Crill PM, Kim E-H, Wehr RA, Tyson GW, Rich VI, Saleska SR. Changes in microbial community composition track shifts in the isotopic composition of emitted methane under permafrost thaw. Submitted.

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