Several of the students in the incoming class of 2012 have already earned authorship on research articles in respected journals, as listed below. Links point to article abstracts.
- Bucklin, Ann, Brian D. Ortman, Robert M. Jennings, Lisa M. Nigro, Christopher J. Sweetman, Nancy J. Copley, Tracey Sutton, and Peter H. Wiebe. 2010. A “Rosetta stone” for metazoan zooplankton: DNA barcode analysis of species diversity of the Sargasso Sea (Northwest Atlantic Ocean). Deep-Sea Research Part II 57 (24): 2234-47.
- Bucklin, Ann, Russell R. Hopcroft, Ksenia N. Kosobokova, Lisa M. Nigro, Brian D. Ortman, Robert M. Jennings, and Christopher J. Sweetman. 2010. DNA barcoding of Arctic Ocean holozooplankton for species identification and recognition. Deep-Sea Research Part II 57 (1): 40-8.
- Armstrong, Jonathan B., Daniel E. Schindler, Kristen L. Omori, Casey P. Ruff, and Thomas P. Quinn. 2010. Thermal heterogeneity mediates the effects of pulsed subsidies across a landscape. Ecology 91:1445–1454.
- Xu, Chen, Eric J. Miller, Saijin Zhang, Hsiu-Ping Li, Yi-Fang Ho, Kathleen A. Schwehr, Daniel I. Kaplan, et al. 2011. Sequestration and remobilization of radioiodine (129I) by soil organic matter and possible consequences of the remedial action at Savannah River site. Environmental Science & Technology 45 (23): 9975-83.
- Xu, Chen, Saijin Zhang, Yi-Fang Ho, Eric J. Miller, Kimberly A. Roberts, Hsiu-Ping Li, Kathleen A. Schwehr, et al. 2011. Is soil natural organic matter a sink or source for mobile radioiodine ( 129I) at the Savannah River site? Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta 75 (19): 5716-35.
- Xu, Chen, Saijin Zhang, Chia-ying Chuang, Eric J. Miller, Kathleen A. Schwehr, and Peter H. Santschi. 2011. Chemical composition and relative hydrophobicity of microbial exopolymeric substances (EPS) isolated by anion exchange chromatography and their actinide-binding affinities. Marine Chemistry 126 (1): 27-36.
- Darer, Adam I., Neil C. Cole-Filipiak, Alison E. O'Connor, and Matthew J. Elrod. 2011. Formation and stability of atmospherically relevant isoprene-derived organosulfates and organonitrates. Environmental Science & Technology 45 (5): 1895-902.
- Cole-Filipiak, Neil C., Alison E. O'Connor, and Matthew J. Elrod. 2010. Kinetics of the hydrolysis of atmospherically relevant isoprene-derived hydroxy epoxides. Environmental Science & Technology 44 (17): 6718-23.