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Scott C. Neubauer
Scott C. Neubauer
Department of Biology, Virginia Commonwealth University
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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
8062015
Moving beyond global warming potentials to quantify the climatic role of ecosystems
SC Neubauer, JP Megonigal
Ecosystems 18, 1000-1013, 2015
5162015
Accelerated microbial organic matter mineralization following salt-water intrusion into tidal freshwater marsh soils
NB Weston, MA Vile, SC Neubauer, DJ Velinsky
Biogeochemistry 102, 135-151, 2011
3512011
Contributions of organic and inorganic matter to sediment volume and accretion in tidal wetlands at steady state
JT Morris, DC Barber, JC Callaway, R Chambers, SC Hagen, ...
Earth's future 4 (4), 110-121, 2016
2942016
Life at the energetic edge: kinetics of circumneutral iron oxidation by lithotrophic iron-oxidizing bacteria isolated from the wetland-plant rhizosphere
SC Neubauer, D Emerson, JP Megonigal
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 68 (8), 3988-3995, 2002
2702002
Contributions of mineral and organic components to tidal freshwater marsh accretion
SC Neubauer
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 78 (1), 78-88, 2008
2682008
Ecosystem responses of a tidal freshwater marsh experiencing saltwater intrusion and altered hydrology
SC Neubauer
Estuaries and Coasts 36, 491-507, 2013
2562013
Characterization of neutrophilic Fe (II)-oxidizing bacteria isolated from the rhizosphere of wetland plants and description of Ferritrophicum radicicola gen. nov. sp. nov., and …
JV Weiss, JA Rentz, T Plaia, SC Neubauer, M Merrill-Floyd, T Lilburn, ...
Geomicrobiology Journal 24 (7-8), 559-570, 2007
2312007
Seasonal patterns and plant‐mediated controls of subsurface wetland biogeochemistry
SC Neubauer, K Givler, SK Valentine, JP Megonigal
Ecology 86 (12), 3334-3344, 2005
2302005
The invisible flood: The chemistry, ecology, and social implications of coastal saltwater intrusion
K Tully, K Gedan, R Epanchin-Niell, A Strong, ES Bernhardt, T BenDor, ...
BioScience 69 (5), 368-378, 2019
2182019
Saltwater intrusion into tidal freshwater marshes alters the biogeochemical processing of organic carbon
SC Neubauer, RB Franklin, DJ Berrier
Biogeosciences 10, 10685-10720, 2013
2102013
Sediment deposition and accretion in a mid-Atlantic (USA) tidal freshwater marsh
SC Neubauer, IC Anderson, JA Constantine, SA Kuehl
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 54 (4), 713-727, 2002
1732002
Net ecosystem carbon exchange and the greenhouse gas balance of tidal marshes along an estuarine salinity gradient
NB Weston, SC Neubauer, DJ Velinsky, MA Vile
Biogeochemistry 120, 163-189, 2014
1512014
Salt marsh biogeochemistry—an overview
C Tobias, SC Neubauer
Coastal wetlands, 539-596, 2019
1452019
Returning to their roots: iron-oxidizing bacteria enhance short-term plaque formation in the wetland-plant rhizosphere
SC Neubauer, GE Toledo-Durán, D Emerson, JP Megonigal
Geomicrobiology Journal 24 (1), 65-73, 2007
1312007
Transport of dissolved inorganic carbon from a tidal freshwater marsh to the York River estuary
SC Neubauer, IC Anderson
Limnology and Oceanography 48 (1), 299-307, 2003
1202003
Biogeochemistry of tidal freshwater wetlands
JP Megonigal, SC Neubauer
Coastal wetlands, 641-683, 2019
1152019
Carbon cycling in a tidal freshwater marsh ecosystem: a carbon gas flux study
SC Neubauer, WD Miller, IC Anderson
Marine Ecology Progress Series 199, 13-30, 2000
1132000
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, 473-490, 2014
1112014
Global change and tidal freshwater wetlands: scenarios and impacts
SC Neubauer, CB Craft
Tidal freshwater wetlands, 253-266, 2009
962009
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