Newton, R. J. and K. D. McMahon. Seasonal differences in bacterial community composition following nutrient additions in a eutrophic lake. In review.
Read, J. S., A. Shade, C. H. Wu, and K. D. McMahon. Gradual Entrainment Lake Inverter (GELI): A novel device for artificial lake mixing. In review.
Shade, A., C.-Y. Chiu, and K. D. McMahon. Differential bacterial dynamics promote emergent community robustness to lake mixing: an epilimnion to hypolimnion transplant experiment. Environmental Microbiology. In press.
Shade, A., C.-Y. Chiu, and K. D. McMahon. Seasonal and episodic lake mixing stimulate differential response among planktonic bacterial dynamics. Microbial Ecology. In press.
Shade, A., J. S. Read, D. Welkie, C. H. Wu, and K. D. McMahon. Resistance, resilience, and recovery: aquatic bacterial dynamics after disturbance. In review.
Jones, S. E. and K. D. McMahon. 2009. Species sorting may explain an apparent minimal effect of immigration on freshwater bacterial community dynamics. Environmental Microbiology. 11:905-913.
Jones, S. E., R. J. Newton, and K. D. McMahon. 2009. Evidence for structuring of bacterial community composition by organic carbon source in temperate lakes. Environmental Microbiology. 11(9):2463-2472.
Jones, S.E., T.K. Kratz, C.-Y. Chiu, and K.D. McMahon. 2008. The influence of typhoons on annual CO2 flux from a sub-tropical, humic lake. Global Change Biology. 15:243-254.
Shade, A., C. C. Carey, E. Kara, S. Bertilsson, K. D. McMahon, and M. C. Smith. 2009. Can the black box be cracked? The augmentation of microbial ecology by high-resolution automated sensing technologies. The ISME Journal. 3:881-888.
Gil, I.S., W. Sheldon, T. Schmidt, M. Servilla, R. Aguilar, C. Gries, T. Gray, D. Field, J. Cole, J.Y. Pan, G. Palanisamy, D. Henshaw, M. O'Brien, L. Kinkel, K. McMahon, R. Kottman, J. Brunt, and W. Michener. 2008. Defining linkages between the GSC and NSF’s LTER program: how does the ecological metadata language relate to GCDML and other outcomes. OMICS: A Journal of Integrative Biology. 12(2):151-156.
Jones, S.E., C.-Y. Chiu, T.K. Kratz, J.-T. Wu, A. Shade, and K.D. McMahon. 2008. Typhoons initiate predictable change in aquatic bacterial communities. Limnology and Oceanography. 53:1319-1326. [PDF]
Jones, S.E., R.J. Newton,and K.D. McMahon. 2008. Potential for atmospheric deposition of bacteria to influence bacterioplankton communities. FEMS Microbiology Ecology. 64:388-394. [Link]
Newton, R.J. 2008. Cosmopolitan Freshwater Bacterial Dynamics in Lakes Across Time and Space. University of Wisconsin.
Shade, A., S.E. Jones,and K.D. McMahon. 2008. The influence of habitat heterogeneity on freshwater bacterial community composition and dynamics. Environmental Microbiology. 10(4):1057-1067. [Link]
Carpenter, S.R., B.J. Benson, R. Biggs, J.W. Chipman, J.A. Foley, S.A. Golding, R.B. Hammer, P.C. Hanson, P.T.J. Johnson, A.M. Kamarainen, T.K. Kratz, R.C. Lathrop, K.D. McMahon, B. Provencher, J.A. Rusak, C.T. Solomon, E.H. Stanley, M.G. Turner, M.J. Vander Zanden, C.-H. Wu and H. Yuan. 2007. Understanding regional change: Comparison of two lake districts. BioScience. 57(4):323-335. [Link]
Jones, S.E., A. Shade, K.D. McMahon, and A.D. Kent. 2007. Comparison of primer sets for use in automated ribosomal intergenic spacer analysis (ARISA) of aquatic bacterial communities: An ecological perspective. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 73(2):659-662. [Link]
Kent, A.D., A.C. Yannarell, J.A. Rusak, E.W. Triplett, and K.D. McMahon. 2007. Synchronous dynamics in aquatic microbial communities. The ISME Journal. 1:38-47. [Link]
Newton, R.J., S.E. Jones, M.R. Helmus, and K.D. McMahon. 2007. The phylogenetic ecology of the freshwater acI lineage. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 73(22):7169-7176. [Link]
Shade, A., A.D. Kent, S.E Jones, R.J. Newton, E.W. Triplett, and K.D. McMahon. 2007. Interannual dynamics and phenology of bacterial communities in a eutrophic lake. Limnology and Oceanography. 52:487-494. [PDF]
Balser, T.C., K.D. McMahon, D. Bronson, D.R. Coyle, N. Craig, M.L. Flores-Mangual, K. Forshay, S.E. Jones, A.D. Kent, and A. Shade. 2006. Bridging the gap between micro- and macro-scale perspectives on the role of microbial communities in global change ecology. Plant and Soil. 289(1-2):59-70. [PDF]
Kent, A.D., S.E. Jones, G.H. Lauster, J.M. Graham, E.W. Triplett, and K.D. McMahon. 2006. Experimental manipulations of microbial food web interactions in a humic lake: shifting drivers of bacterial community structure. Environmental Microbiology. 8(8):1448-1459. [Link]
Lauster, G.H., P.C. Hanson, and T.K. Kratz. 2006. Gross primary production and respiration differences among littoral and pelagic habitats in northern Wisconsin lakes. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 63:1130–1141.[PDF]
Newton, R. J., A.D. Kent, E.W. Triplett, and K.D. McMahon. 2006. Microbial community dynamics in a humic lake: differential persistence of common freshwater phylotypes. Environmental Microbiology. 8(6):956-970. [Link]
Eckley, C., C. Watras, H. Hintelmann, A.D. Kent, and O. Regnell. 2005. Mercury methylation in the hypolimnetic waters of lakes with and without connection to wetlands in northern Wisconsin. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science. 62:400-411 [PDF]
Jacob, C., A.D. Kent, B.J. Benson, R.J. Newton, and K.D. McMahon. 2005. Biological databases for linking large microbial and environmental datasets. In Proceedings of the 9th World Multiconference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics. Vol VI: 279-282. July 10-13, 2005, Orlando, FL. [PDF]
Watras, C.J., K.A. Morrison, A.D. Kent, N. Price, O. Regnell, C. Eckley, H. Hintelmann, and T. Hubacher. 2005. Sources of methylmercury to a wetland-dominated lake in northern Wisconsin. Environmental Science and Technology. 39:4747-4758. [Link]
Yannarell, A.C. and E.W. Triplett. 2005. Geographic and environmental sources of variation in lake bacterial community composition. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 71(1):227-239. [Link]
Graham, J.M., A.D. Kent, G.H. Lauster, A.C. Yannarell, L.E. Graham, and E.W. Triplett. 2004. Seasonal dynamics of phytoplankton and planktonic protozoan communities in a north temperate humic lake: diversity in a dinoflagellate dominated system. Microbial Ecology. 48(4):528-540. [PDF]
Kent, A.D, S.E. Jones, A.C.Yannarell, J.M. Graham, G.H. Lauster, T.K. Kratz, and E.W. Triplett. 2004. Annual patterns in bacterioplankton community variability in humic lake. Microbial Ecology. 48(4):550-560 [PDF]
Kim, E., L.W. Wilcox, L.E. Graham, and J.M. Graham. 2004. Genetically distinct populations of Peridinium limbatum in neighboring Northern Wisconsin lakes. Microbial Ecology. 48(4):521-527 [PDF]
Yannarell, A.C. 2004. Accounting for spatial and temporal variation in bacterial communities in Wisconsin lakes. Ph.D. dissertation. University of Wisconsin.
Yannarell, A.C. and E.W. Triplett. 2004. Within- and between-lake variability in the composition of bacterioplankton communities: investigations at multiple spatial scales. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 70:214-223. [PDF]
Kent, A.D., D.J. Smith, B.J. Benson, and E.W. Triplett. 2003. A web-based phylogenetic assignment tool for analysis of terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism profiles of microbial communities. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 69:6768-6776. [PDF]
Yannarell, A.C., A.D. Kent, G.H. Lauster, T.K. Kratz, and E.W. Triplett. 2003. Temporal patterns in bacterial communities in three temperate lakes of different trophic status. Microbial Ecology. 46:391-405. [PDF]
Fisher, M.M., J.L. Klug, G.H. Lauster, M. Newton, and E.W. Triplett. 2000. Effects of resources and trophic interactions on freshwater bacterioplankton. Microbial Ecology. 40:125-138. [Link]
Lau, Evan. 2000. Molecular assessment of microbial communities in a northern Wisconsin peatland. Ph.D. dissertation. University of Wisconsin.
Lauster, G.H. 2000. Nutrient Limitation of Aquatic Bacteria, and the Importance of Bacteria and Algae to Colloid Dynamics in Lake Michigan. Ph.D. dissertation. University of Wisconsin.
Fisher, M.M., and E.W. Triplett. 1999. Automated approach to ribosomal intergenic spacer analysis of microbial diversity and its application to freshwater bacterial communities. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 65:4630-4636. [PDF]
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