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A global perspective on wetland salinization: ecological consequences of a growing threat to freshwater wetlands
ER Herbert, P Boon, AJ Burgin, SC Neubauer, RB Franklin, M Ardón, ...
Ecosphere 6 (10), 1-43, 2015
Multi-scale variation in spatial heterogeneity for microbial community structure in an eastern Virginia agricultural field
RB Franklin, AL Mills
FEMS microbiology ecology 44 (3), 335-346, 2003
Salinity affects microbial activity and soil organic matter content in tidal wetlands
EM Morrissey, JL Gillespie, JC Morina, RB Franklin
Global change biology 20 (4), 1351-1362, 2014
Impact of dilution on microbial community structure and functional potential: comparison of numerical simulations and batch culture experiments
RB Franklin, JL Garland, CH Bolster, AL Mills
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 67 (2), 702-712, 2001
Saltwater intrusion into tidal freshwater marshes alters the biogeochemical processing of organic carbon
SC Neubauer, RB Franklin, DJ Berrier
Biogeosciences 10 (12), 8171-8183, 2013
Characterization of microbial communities using randomly amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD)
RB Franklin, DR Taylor, AL Mills
Journal of Microbiological Methods 35 (3), 225-235, 1999
MinION™ nanopore sequencing of environmental metagenomes: a synthetic approach
BL Brown, M Watson, SS Minot, MC Rivera, RB Franklin
GigaScience 6 (3), gix007, 2017
Structural and functional responses of a sewage microbial community to dilution-induced reductions in diversity
RB Franklin, AL Mills
Microbial Ecology 52 (2), 280-288, 2006
A geostatistical analysis of small-scale spatial variability in bacterial abundance and community structure in salt marsh creek bank sediments
RB Franklin, LK Blum, AC McComb, AL Mills
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 42 (1), 71-80, 2002
Importance of spatially structured environmental heterogeneity in controlling microbial community composition at small spatial scales in an agricultural field
RB Franklin, AL Mills
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 41 (9), 1833-1840, 2009
Using microbial communities and extracellular enzymes to link soil organic matter characteristics to greenhouse gas production in a tidal freshwater wetland
EM Morrissey, DJ Berrier, SC Neubauer, RB Franklin
Biogeochemistry 117 (2), 473-490, 2014
Effects of age and composition of field-produced biofilms on oyster larval setting
AH Campbell, DW Meritt, RB Franklin, EL Boone, CT Nicely, BL Brown
Biofouling 27 (3), 255-265, 2011
The spatial distribution of microbes in the environment
RB Franklin, AL Mills
Springer, 2007
Changes in abundance and community structure of nitrate-reducing bacteria along a salinity gradient in tidal wetlands
RB Franklin, EM Morrissey, JC Morina
Pedobiologia 60, 21-26, 2017
Evolutionary history influences the salinity preference of bacterial taxa in wetland soils
EM Morrissey, RB Franklin
Frontiers in microbiology 6, 1013, 2015
Exposure to the cyanotoxin microcystin arising from interspecific differences in feeding habits among fish and shellfish in the James River Estuary, Virginia.
JD Wood, RB Franklin, G Garman, S McIninch, AJ Porter, PA Bukaveckas
Environmental science & technology 48 (9), 5194-5202, 2014
Bacterial assemblages of the eastern Atlantic Ocean reveal both vertical and latitudinal biogeographic signatures
CJ Friedline, RB Franklin, SL McCallister, MC Rivera
Biogeosciences 9 (6), 2177-2193, 2012
The distribution of microbial communities in anaerobic and aerobic zones of a shallow coastal plain aquifer
RB Franklin, DR Taylor, AL Mills
Microbial ecology 38 (4), 377-386, 1999
Soil microbial community response to nitrogen enrichment in two scrub oak forests
JA Krumins, J Dighton, D Gray, RB Franklin, PJ Morin, MS Roberts
Forest ecology and management 258 (7), 1383-1390, 2009
Resource availability effects on nitrate-reducing microbial communities in a freshwater wetland
EM Morrissey, AS Jenkins, BL Brown, RB Franklin
Wetlands 33 (2), 301-310, 2013
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