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Orsi, W.D., Smith, J.M., Liu, S., Liu, Z., Sakamoto, C.M., Wilken, S., Poirier, C., Richards, T.A., Keeling, P.J., Worden, A.Z., and A.E. Santoro. 2016. Diverse, uncultivated bacteria and archaea underlying the cycling of dissolved protein in the ocean. ISME Journal. doi: 10.1038/ismej.2016.20pdf

Santoro, A.E. 2016. The do-it-all nitrifier. Science 351: 342. full text

Buchwald, C., Santoro, A.E., Stanley, R.H.R., and K. L. Casciotti. 2015. Nitrogen cycling in the secondary nitrite maximum of the eastern tropical North Pacific off Costa Rica. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 29: 2061-2081. doi:10.1002/2015GB005187.

Letscher, R.T., Knapp, A.N., James, A.K., Carlson, C.A., Santoro, A.E., and Hansell, D.A. 2015. Microbial community composition and nitrogen availability influence DOC remineralization in the South Pacific Gyre. Marine Chemistry. doi:10.106/j.marchem.2015.06.024.

Orsi, W.D., Richards, T.A., and A.E. Santoro. 2015. Cellular maintenance processes that underpin the survival of subseafloor fungi over geological timescales. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. doi:10.1016/j.ecss.2015.04.009 link 

Orsi, W.D., Smith, J.M., Wilcox, H.M., Swalwell, J.E., Carini, P., Worden, A.Z., and A.E. Santoro. 2015. Ecophysiology of uncultivated marine euryarchaea is linked to particulate organic matter. ISME Journal. doi:10.1038/ismej.2014.260 link (open access)

Santoro, A. E., Dupont, C.L., Richter, R.A., Craig, M.T., Carini, P., McIlvin, M.R., Yang, Y., Orsi, W.D., Moran, D.M. and M.A. Saito. 2015. Genomic and proteomic characterization of “Candidatus Nitrosopelagicus brevis”: An ammonia-oxidizing archaeon from the open ocean. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. doi:10.1073/pnas.1416223112 link (open access)

Santoro, A. E., Sakamoto, C. M., Smith, J. M., Plant, J. N., Gehman, A. L., Worden, A. Z., Johnson, K. S., Francis, C. A., and K. L. Casciotti. 2013. Measurements of nitrite production and nitrite-producing organisms in and around the primary nitrite maximum in the central California Current, Biogeosciences, 10, 7395-7410, doi:10.5194/bg-10-7395-2013. link (open access)

Buchwald, C., Santoro, A.E., McIlvin, M.R., and K.L. Casciotti. 2012. Oxygen isotopic composition of nitrate and nitrite produced by nitrifying cocultures and natural marine assemblages. Limnology & Oceanography 57: 1361 – 1375. link

Wong, S.H.C., Santoro, A.E., Nidzieko, N.J., Hench, J.L., and A.B. Boehm. 2012. Coupled physical, chemical, and microbiological measurements suggest a connection between internal waves and surf zone water quality in the Southern California Bight. Continental Shelf Research 34: 64-78. Abstract

Santoro, A.E., Buchwald, C., McIlvin, M.R., and K.L. Casciotti. 2011. Isotopic composition of N2O produced by marine ammonia-oxidizing archaea. Science 333:1282-1285. Abstract

Santoro, A.E. and K.L. Casciotti. 2011. Enrichment and characterization of ammonia-oxidizing archaea from the open ocean: Phylogeny, physiology, and stable isotope fractionation. ISME Journal 5: 1796-1808. Abstract

Casciotti, K.L., Buchwald, C., Santoro, A.E., and C.F. Frame. 2011. Assessment of nitrogen and oxygen isotopic fractionation during nitrification and its expression in the marine environment. Methods in Enzymology 486: 253-280. Abstract

Larsen, L., Moseman, S., Santoro, A.E., Hopfensperger, K, and A. Burgin. 2010. A complex-systems approach to predicting effects of sea level rise and nitrogen loading on nitrogen cycling in coastal wetland ecosystems. p. 67-92. In P.F. Kemp, ed., EcoDAS VIII Proceedings. Paper

Griffen, B.D., Spooner, D., Spivak, A.C., Kramer, A.M., Santoro, A.E., and N.E. Kelly. 2010. Moving species redundancy towards a more predictive framework. p. 30-46. In P.F. Kemp, ed., EcoDAS VIII Proceedings. Paper

Monismith, S.G., Davis, K.A., Shellenbarger, G.G., Hench, J.L., Nidzieko, N.J., Santoro, A.E., Reidenbach, M.A., Rosman, J.H., Holtzman, R., Martens, C.S., Lindquist, N.L., Southwell, M.W., and A. Genin.  2010.  Flow effects on benthic grazing on phytoplankton by a Caribbean reef. Limnology and Oceanography 55: 1881-1892Paper

Santoro, A.E., Casciotti, K.L., and C.A. Francis. 2010. Activity, abundance, and diversity of nitrifying archaea and bacteria in the central California Current. Environmental Microbiology 12: 1989-2006. Paper

Santoro, A.E., Nidzieko, N.J., van Dijken, G.L., Arrigo. K.R., and A.B. Boehm. 2010. Contrasting spring and summer phytoplankton dynamics in the nearshore Southern California Bight. Limnology and Oceanography 55: 264-278. Abstract

Santoro, A.E.  2010. Microbial nitrogen cycling at the saltwater-freshwater interface. Hydrogeology Journal 18: 187-202. doi: 10.1007/s10040-009-0526-z. Paper

Santoro, A.E., Francis, C.A., de Sieyes, N.R., and A.B. Boehm. 2008. Shifts in the relative abundance of ammonia-oxidizing bacteria and archaea across physicochemical gradients in a subterranean estuary.  Environmental Microbiology 10(4): 1068-1079. Abstract

Santoro, A.E. and A.B. Boehm. 2007. Frequent occurrence of the human-specific Bacteroides molecular marker at an open coast beach: Relationship to waves, tides, and traditional indicators. Environmental Microbiology 9(8): 2038. Abstract

Yamahara, K.M., Layton, B.A., Santoro, A.E., and A.B. Boehm. 2007Beach sands along the California coast are diffuse sources of fecal bacteria to coastal waters. Environmental Science & Technology 41: 4515-4521. Abstract

Santoro, A.E., Boehm, A.B., and C.A. Francis. 2006. Denitrifier community composition across a nitrate and salinity gradient in a coastal aquifer. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 72: 2102-2109. Abstract

Francis, C.A., Roberts, K.J., Beman, J.M., Santoro, A.E., and B.B. Oakley. 2005. Ubiquity and diversity of ammonia-oxidizing archaea in water columns and sediments of the ocean. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102: 14683-14688. Paper

Santoro, A.E., Lombardero, M.J., Ayres, M.P., and J.J. Ruell. 2001. Interactions between fire and bark beetles in an old growth pine forest. Forest Ecology & Management144: 245-254. Abstract

 

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