Publications

CTD rosette being lowered into the Gulf of Mexico. Photo courtesy of Dr. Andreas Teske (ECOGIG).

ECOGIG Publications (Find ECOGIG on Google Scholar)

Special issues featuring ECOGIG research:

Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography

Oceanography Special Issue on GoMRI: Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and Ecosystem Science

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Biogeochemical Studies

Energetics & Ecosystem Modeling 

Hydrocarbon & Dispersant Chemistry 

Megafaunal (coral) Ecology, Genetics & Proteomics 

Microbial Community Dynamics 

Observation & Remote Sensing 

Plankton & Water Column Dynamics 

Sedimentation & Resuspension Dynamics 

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Publication Authors
Microbial response to oil enrichment in Gulf of Mexico sediment measured using a novel long-term benthic lander system, Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene, 2018 Dr. Beth Orcutt*, Dr. Laura Lapham, Jennifer Delaney, Neha Sarode, Kathleen S. Marshall, Kelly J. Whaley-Martin, Greg Slater, C. Geoff Wheat, Dr. Peter Girguis
Projecting the recovery of a long-lived deep-sea coral species after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill using state-structured models, Journal of Applied Ecology, 2018 Fanny Girard*, Katriona Shea, Dr. Charles Fisher
Scales of seafloor sediment resuspension in the northern Gulf of Mexico, Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene, 2018 Dr. Arne-R. Diercks*, Clayton Dike, Dr. Vernon Asper, Steven F. DiMarco, Dr. Jeff Chanton, Dr. Uta Passow
SnapShot: Microbial Hydrocarbon Bioremediation, Cell, 2018 Dr. Samantha Joye*, Sara Kleindienst, Tito Pena-Montenegro
The ecosystem baseline for particle flux in the Northern Gulf of Mexico, Elementa - Science of the Anthropocene, 2018 S.L.C. Giering, Dr. Beizhan Yan, Julia Sweet, Dr. Vernon Asper, Dr. Arne-R. Diercks, Dr. Jeff Chanton, M. Pitiranggon, Dr. Uta Passow*
The impact of the Deepwater Horizon blowout on historic shipwreck-associated sediment microbiomes in the northern Gulf of Mexico, Scientific Reports, 2018 Leila J. Hamdan*, Jennifer L. Salerno, Allen Reed, Dr. Samantha Joye, Melanie Damour
The influence of mesoscale and submesoscale circulation on sinking particles in the northern Gulf of Mexico, Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene, 2018 Guanpeng Liu*, Dr. Annalisa Bracco, Dr. Uta Passow
Tritonibacter horizontis gen. nov., sp. nov., a member of the Rhodobacteraceae, isolated from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, International Journal of Systematic & Evolutionary Microbiology, 2018 Franziska Klotz, Thorsten Brinkhoff, Heike M. Freese, Matthias Wietz, Dr. Andreas Teske, Meinhard Simon, Helge-Ansgar Giebel*

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