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Eggleston EM and I Hewson. (2016) Abundance of two Pelagibacter ubique bacteriophage genotypes along a latitudinal transect in the North and South Atlantic Oceans. Frontiers in Microbiology. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2016.01534

Pepe-Ranney C, Koechli C, Potrafka R, Andam C, Eggleston EM, Garcia-Pichel F, and DH Buckley. (2016) Non-cyanobacterial diazotrophs dominate dinitrogen fixation in biological soil crusts during early crust formation. ISME Journal 10(2) 287-298.

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Eggleston EM, Lee DY, Owens MS, Cornwell JC, Crump BC and I Hewson. (2015) Key respiratory genes elucidate bacterial community respiration in a seasonally anoxic estuary. Environmental Microbiology. 17 (2306-2318).

Lee DY, Owens MS, Doherty M, Eggleston EM, Hewson I, Crump BC and JC Cornwell. (2014) The effects of oxygen transition on community respiration and potential chemoautotrophic production in a seasonally stratified anoxic estuary. Estuaries and Coasts. 38(1) 104-117.

Hewson I, Eggleston EM, Doherty M, Lee DY, Owens M, Shapleigh JP, Cornwell JC and BC Crump. (2014) Life in the dead zone: Metatranscriptomic analyses of plankton communities inhabiting surface and subpycnocline waters of the Chesapeake Bay during oxic-anoxic-oxic transitions. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 80(1) 328-338.

Hewson I, Barbosa JG, Brown JM, Donelan RP, Eaglesham JB, Eggleston EM and BA LaBarre. (2012) Temporal dynamics and decay of putatively allochthonous and autochthonous viral genotypes in contrasting freshwater lakes. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 78(18) 6583-91.

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