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  • Denitrification across landscapes and waterscapes : a synthesis 

    Seitzinger, Sybil P.; Harrison, John A.; Bohlke, John K.; Bouwman, A. F.; Lowrance, R. Richard; Peterson, Bruce J.; Tobias, Craig R.; Van Drecht, G. (Ecological Society of America, 2006-12)
    Denitrification is a critical process regulating the removal of bioavailable nitrogen (N) from natural and human-altered systems. While it has been extensively studied in terrestrial, freshwater, and marine systems, there ...
  • The importance of dissimilatory nitrate reduction to ammonium (DNRA) in the nitrogen cycle of coastal ecosystems 

    Giblin, Anne E.; Tobias, Craig R.; Song, Bongkeun; Weston, Nathaniel; Banta, Gary T.; Rivera-Monroy, Victor H. (The Oceanography Society, 2013-09)
    Until recently, it was believed that biological assimilation and gaseous nitrogen (N) loss through denitrification were the two major fates of nitrate entering or produced within most coastal ecosystems. Denitrification ...
  • Modeling denitrification in aquatic sediments 

    Fennel, Katja; Brady, Damian; DiToro, Dominic; Fulweiler, Robinson W.; Gardner, Wayne S.; Giblin, Anne E.; McCarthy, Mark J.; Rao, Alexandra; Seitzinger, Sybil P.; Thouvenot-Korppoo, Marie; Tobias, Craig R. (2008-10-10)
    Sediment denitrification is a major pathway of fixed nitrogen loss from aquatic systems. Due to technical difficulties in measuring this process and its spatial and temporal variability, estimates of local, regional and ...
  • Stable isotope monitoring of benthic–planktonic coupling using salt marsh fish 

    Fry, Brian; Cieri, Matthew; Hughes, Jeff; Tobias, Craig R.; Deegan, Linda A.; Peterson, Bruce J. (Inter-Research, 2008-10-13)
    Salt marshes are important coastal ecosystems whose trophic function can be monitored with stable isotopes of abundant fish biosentinel species such as the mummichog Fundulus heteroclitus and the Atlantic silverside Menidia ...