House C.H., Orphan V.O., Turk K.A., Thomas B., Pernthaler A., Vrentas J.M., Joye SB.  2009.  Extensive carbon isotopic heterogeneity among methane seep microbiota. Environmental Microbiology. 11(7):1632-1645.
Joye SB, Samarkin V.A, Orcutt B.N., MacDonald I.R., Hinrichs K.-U., Elvert M., Teske A.P., Lloyd K.G., Lever M.A., Montoya J.P. et al..  2009.  Surprising metabolic variability in seafloor brines revealed by carbon and sulfur cycling. Nature Geoscience. 2:349-354.
King EL, Tuncay K, Ortoleva P, Meile C.  2009.  In silico Geobacter sulfurreducens metabolism and its representation in reactive transport models. Applied and environmental microbiology. 75:83–92.
Bailey J.V., Orphan V.J., Joye SB, Corsetti F.A..  2009.  Chemotrophic microbial mats and their potential for preservation in the rock record. Astrobiology. 9:843-859.
Weston N.B., Hollibaugh J.T., Joye SB.  2009.  Population growth away from the coastal zone: Thirty years of land use change and nutrient export from the Altamaha River, GA.. Science of the Total Environment. 407:3347-3356.
Pallud C, Kausch M, Fendorf S, Meile C.  2009.  Spatial patterns and modeling of reductive ferrihydrite transformation observed in artificial soil aggregates. Environmental science & technology. 44:74–79.
Edmonds J.E., Weston N.B, Joye SB, Mou X., Moran M.A..  2009.  Microbial Community Response to Seawater Amendment in Low-Salinity Tidal Sediments. Microbial Ecology. 58:558-568.
Joye SB, Samarkin VA, MacDonald IR, Hinrichs K-U, Elvert M, Teske AP, Lloyd KG, Lever MA, Montoya JP, Meile CD et al..  2009.  Metabolic variability in seafloor brines revealed by carbon and sulphur dynamics. Nature Geoscience. 2:349–354.
Lasher C., Dyszynski G., Everett K., Ye W., Sheldon W., Joye SB, Moran M.A., Whitman W.B..  2009.  The diverse bacterial community in intertidal, anaerobic sediments at Sapelo Island, Georgia. Microbial Ecology. 58:244-261.
Craft C., Clough J., Ehman J., Guo H., Joye SB, Machmuller M., Park D., Pennings S..  2009.  Effects of accelerated sea level rise on ecosystem services provided by tidal marshes: A simulation of the Georgia Coast. Frontiers in Ecology and Environment. 7(2):73-78.

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