WaDE: Watershed Dynamics and Evolution

Science Focus Area


202310.3389/frwa.2023.1147561Wymore, A. S., A. S. Ward, E. Wohl and J. W. HarveyViewing river corridors through the lens of critical zone scienceFrontiers in Water5
2023Kurz, M. J. and J. L. A. KnappUsing Diel Solute Signals to Assess Ecohydrological Processing in lotic SystemsEcohydrological Interfaces
202310.3389/frwa.2023.1150126Liu, S., D. Lu, S. L. Painter, N. A. Griffiths and E. M. PierceUncertainty quantification of machine learning models to improve streamflow prediction under changing climate and environmental conditionsFrontiers in Water5
202210.1029/2022WR032018Tsai, C. H., D. F. Rucker, S. C. Brooks, T. Ginn and K. C. CarrollTransient Storage Model Parameter Optimization Using the Simulated Annealing MethodWater Resources Research58(7) e2022WR032018
2024Herndon, E., M. Newcomer, L. Ma and A. ShillerTrace Elements and Their Isotopes in Streams and RiversTreatise on Geochemistry3
202310.1029/2022WR032718Becker, P. S., A. S. Ward, S. P. Herzog and S. M. WondzellTesting Hidden Assumptions of Representativeness in Reach-Scale Studies of Hyporheic ExchangeWater Resources Research59(1) e2022WR032718
202410.1111/nph.19476Herndon, E., J. Richardson, A. A. Carrell, E. Pierce and D. WestonSulfur speciation in Sphagnum peat moss modified by mutualistic interactions with cyanobacteriaNew Phytologist241(5) 1998–2008
202310.1016/j.jhazmat.2022.130589Du, H., X. Gu, A. Johs, X. Yin, T. Spano, D. Wang, E. M. Pierce and B. GuSonochemical oxidation and stabilization of liquid elemental mercury in water and soilJournal of Hazardous Materials445 130589
202410.1029/2023WR036023Gonzalez-Duque, D., J. D. Gomez-Velez, J. P. Zarnetske, X. Chen and T. D. ScheibeSinuosity-Driven Hyporheic Exchange: Hydrodynamics and Biogeochemical PotentialsWater Resources Research60(4) e2023WR036023
202410.1016/j.watres.2023.120997Perez, G., J. D. Gomez-Velez and S. B. GrantThe sanitary sewer unit hydrograph model: A comprehensive tool for wastewater flow modeling and inflow-infiltration simulationsWater Research249 120997
202410.1016/j.watres.2023.120843Kim, Y. G., S. Y. Kwon, S. J. Washburn, S. C. Brooks, J. W. Yoon and L. BesnardReconsidering mercury sources and exposure pathways to bivalves: Insights from mercury stable isotopesWater Research248 120843
202310.1029/2022GB007412Santos, F. and E. HerndonPlant-Soil Relationships Influence Observed Trends Between Manganese and Carbon Across BiomesGlobal Biogeochemical Cycles37(1) e2022GB007412
202310.1016/j.jhydrol.2023.129931Rathore, S. S., A. S. Ward and S. L. PainterNumerical evaluation of photosensitive tracers as a strategy for separating surface and subsurface transient storage in streamsJournal of Hydrology624 129931
202410.1016/j.envpol.2024.123573Wang, Y.-L., K. Ikuma, S. C. Brooks, M. S. Varonka and A. DeonarineNon-mercury methylating microbial taxa are integral to understanding links between mercury methylation and elemental cycles in marine and freshwater sedimentsEnvironmental Pollution346 123573
202410.1007/s11783-024-1852-zJohs, A., S. Qian, L. Coates, B. H. Davison, J. G. Elkins, X. Gu, J. Morrell-Falvey, H. O’Neill, J. M. Warren, E. M. Pierce and K. HerwigNew Opportunities for Neutrons in Environmental and Biological SciencesFrontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering18(7) 92
202310.1016/j.jhydrol.2023.129670Le, P. V. V., S. S. Rathore and S. L. PainterA multiscale model for solute transport in stream corridors with unsteady flowJournal of Hydrology622 129670
202310.1002/saj2.20570Montgomery, A., E. Herndon, C. Sams and S. JagadammaManganese sources and rates impact plant Mn concentrations and soil Mn fractionsSoil Science Society of America Journal87(5) 1120–35
202310.1016/j.soilbio.2023.108964Neupane, A., E. M. Herndon, T. Whitman, A. M. Faiia and S. JagadammaManganese effects on plant residue decomposition and carbon distribution in soil fractions depend on soil nitrogen availabilitySoil Biology and Biochemistry178 108964
202310.1029/2022WR033445Shaughnessy, A. R., M. J. Forgeng, T. Wen, X. Gu, J. D. Hemingway and S. L. BrantleyLinking Stream Chemistry to Subsurface Redox ArchitectureWater Resources Research59(5) e2022WR033445
202310.1016/j.apgeochem.2023.105617Wood, D. L., K. A. Cole, E. M. Herndon and D. M. SingerLime slurry treatment of soils developing on abandoned coal mine spoil: Linking contaminant transport from the micrometer to pedon-scaleApplied Geochemistry151 105617
202310.1038/s44221-023-00117-1Liang, X., H. Zhong, A. Johs, P. Lei, J. Zhang, et al.Light-independent phytoplankton degradation and detoxification of methylmercury in waterNature Water1(8) 705–15
202210.1016/j.envsoft.2022.105453Rathore, S. S., G. E. Schwartz, S. C. Brooks and S. L. PainterJoint estimation of biogeochemical model parameters from multiple experiments: A bayesian approach applied to mercury methylationEnvironmental Modelling & Software155 105453
202310.1021/acs.est.2c09457Zhang, L., Y. Yin, Y. Sun, X. Liang, D. E. Graham, E. M. Pierce, F. E. Löffler and B. GuInhibition of Methylmercury and Methane Formation by Nitrous Oxide in Arctic Tundra Soil MicrocosmsEnvironmental Science & Technology57(14) 5655–65
202210.1021/acsearthspacechem.1c00442Gu, X. and S. L. BrantleyHow Particle Size Influences Oxidation of Ancient Organic Matter during Weathering of Black ShaleACS Earth and Space Chemistry6(6) 1443–59
202310.1016/j.gca.2022.12.008Liang, X., A. Johs, M. J. Abernathy, J. Zhao, H. Du, P. Ku, L. Zhang, N. Zhu, X. Yin, S. Brooks, L. Zhao, R. Sarangi, E. M. Pierce and B. GuHigh methylation potential of mercury complexed with mixed thiolate ligands by Geobacter sulfurreducens PCAGeochimica et Cosmochimica Acta342 74–83
202410.1038/s43016-023-00910-xTang, W., X. Bai, Y. Zhou, C. Sonne, M. Wu, et al.A hidden demethylation pathway removes mercury from rice plants and mitigates mercury flux to food chainsNature Food5(1) 72–82
202410.1029/2023WR035906Gonzalez-Duque, D., J. D. Gomez-Velez, M. A. Person, S. Kelley, K. Key and D. LuceroGroundwater Circulation Within the Mountain Block: Combining Flow and Transport Models With Magnetotelluric Observations to Untangle Its Nested NatureWater Resources Research60(4) e2023WR035906
202310.1029/2022GL102616Ikard, S. J., K. C. Carroll, D. F. Rucker, R. F. Adams and S. C. BrooksGeoelectric Characterization of Hyporheic Exchange Flow in the Bedrock-Lined Streambed of East Fork Poplar Creek, Oak Ridge, TennesseeGeophysical Research Letters50(8) e2022GL102616
202310.1021/acs.est.2c03633Li, H., B. Reinhart, S. Moller and E. HerndonEffects of C/Mn Ratios on the Sorption and Oxidative Degradation of Small Organic Molecules on Mn-OxidesEnvironmental Science & Technology57(1) 741–50
202310.1021/acs.estlett.3c00275Du, H., X. Yin, X. Gu, D. Wang, E. M. Pierce and B. GuDissolved Elemental Mercury [Hg(0)aq] Reactions and Purgeability in the Presence of Organic and Inorganic ParticulatesEnvironmental Science & Technology Letters10(8) 691–97
202310.1016/j.jhydrol.2023.130422Perez, G., J. D. Gomez-Velez, X. Chen and T. ScheibeThe directional unit hydrograph model: Connecting streamflow response to storm dynamicsJournal of Hydrology627 130422
202210.1039/D2EM00142JBrooks, S. C., A. L. Riscassi, C. L. Miller, K. A. Lowe, X. Yin and T. L. MehlhornDiel mercury concentration variations in a mercury-impacted streamEnvironmental Science: Processes & Impacts24(8) 1195–211
202310.3389/frwa.2023.1005792Buser-Young, J. Z., P. E. Garcia, M. O. Schrenk, P. J. Regier, N. D. Ward, K. Biçe, S. C. Brooks, E. C. Freeman and C. LønborgDetermining the biogeochemical transformations of organic matter composition in rivers using molecular signaturesFrontiers in Water5
202310.1039/D1EM00549AKoenigsmark, F., M. Chiu, N. Rivera, A. Johs, J. Eskelsen, D. Leonard, B. K. Robertson, A. Szynkiewicz, C. Derolph, L. Zhao, B. Gu, H. Hsu-Kim and E. M. PierceCrystal lattice defects in nanocrystalline metacinnabar in contaminated streambank soils suggest a role for biogenic sulfides in the formation of mercury sulfide phasesEnvironmental Science: Processes & Impacts25(3) 445–60
202310.1007/s00216-022-04468-8Crowther, E. R., J. D. Demers, J. D. Blum, S. C. Brooks and M. W. JohnsonCoupling of nitric acid digestion and anion-exchange resin separation for the determination of methylmercury isotopic composition within organismsAnalytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry415(5) 759–74
202210.1002/hyp.14570Wondzell, S. M. and A. S. WardThe channel-source hypothesis: Empirical evidence for in-channel sourcing of dissolved organic carbon to explain hysteresis in a headwater mountain streamHydrological Processes36(5) e14570
202310.1029/2022WR032736Ward, A. S., S. M. Wondzell, M. N. Gooseff, T. Covino, S. Herzog, B. McGlynn and R. A. PaynBreaking the Window of Detection: Using Multi-Scale Solute Tracer Studies to Assess Mass Recovery at the Detection LimitWater Resources Research59(3) e2022WR032736
  • Critical Interfaces Publications

    The publications below were written for the Critical Interfaces Science Focus Area (SFA). More information about that SFA can be found on the History page.

202310.1021/acs.est.2c09457Zhang, L., Y. Yin, Y. Sun, X. Liang, D. E. Graham, E. M. Pierce, F. E. Löffler and B. GuInhibition of Methylmercury and Methane Formation by Nitrous Oxide in Arctic Tundra Soil MicrocosmsEnvironmental Science & Technology57(14) 5655–65
202310.1016/j.envpol.2023.121790Zhang, L., C. S. Kang-Yun, X. Lu, J. Chang, X. Liang, E. M. Pierce, J. D. Semrau and B. GuAdsorption and intracellular uptake of mercuric mercury and methylmercury by methanotrophs and methylating bacteriaEnvironmental Pollution331 121790
202310.1016/j.gca.2022.12.008Liang, X., A. Johs, M. J. Abernathy, J. Zhao, H. Du, P. Ku, L. Zhang, N. Zhu, X. Yin, S. Brooks, L. Zhao, R. Sarangi, E. M. Pierce and B. GuHigh methylation potential of mercury complexed with mixed thiolate ligands by Geobacter sulfurreducens PCAGeochimica et Cosmochimica Acta342 74–83
202310.1039/D1EM00549AKoenigsmark, F., M. Chiu, N. Rivera, A. Johs, J. Eskelsen, D. Leonard, B. K. Robertson, A. Szynkiewicz, C. Derolph, L. Zhao, B. Gu, H. Hsu-Kim and E. M. PierceCrystal lattice defects in nanocrystalline metacinnabar in contaminated streambank soils suggest a role for biogenic sulfides in the formation of mercury sulfide phasesEnvironmental Science: Processes & Impacts25(3) 445–60
202310.1128/aem.01768-22Gionfriddo, C. M., A. B. Soren, A. M. Wymore, D. S. Hartnett, M. Podar, J. M. Parks, D. A. Elias and C. C. GilmourTranscriptional Control of hgcAB by an ArsR-Like Regulator in Pseudodesulfovibrio mercurii ND132Applied and Environmental Microbiology89(4) e01768-22
202310.1016/j.jhazmat.2022.130589Du, H., X. Gu, A. Johs, X. Yin, T. Spano, D. Wang, E. M. Pierce and B. GuSonochemical oxidation and stabilization of liquid elemental mercury in water and soilJournal of Hazardous Materials445 130589
202310.1111/1755-0998.13687Capo, E., B. D. Peterson, M. Kim, D. S. Jones, S. G. Acinas, et al.A consensus protocol for the recovery of mercury methylation genes from metagenomesMolecular Ecology Resources23(1) 190–204
202210.1016/j.jhazmat.2021.127388Zhang, Y., L. Zhang, X. Liang, Q. Wang, X. Yin, E. M. Pierce and B. GuCompetitive exchange between divalent metal ions [Cu(II), Zn(II), Ca(II)] and Hg(II) bound to thiols and natural organic matterJournal of Hazardous Materials424 127388
202210.1016/j.envpol.2022.118878Zhang, L., M. Philben, N. Taş, A. Johs, Z. Yang, S. D. Wullschleger, D. E. Graham, E. M. Pierce and B. GuUnravelling biogeochemical drivers of methylmercury production in an Arctic fen soil and a bog soilEnvironmental Pollution299 118878
202210.1016/j.jhazmat.2022.128835Yin, X., L. Wang, X. Liang, L. Zhang, J. Zhao and B. GuContrary effects of phytoplankton Chlorella vulgaris and its exudates on mercury methylation by iron- and sulfate-reducing bacteriaJournal of Hazardous Materials433 128835
202210.1016/j.gca.2021.10.017Yan, J., N. Sharma, E. D. Flynn, D. E. Giammar, G. E. Schwartz, S. C. Brooks, P. Weisenhorn, K. M. Kemner, E. J. O'Loughlin, D. I. Kaplan and J. G. CatalanoConsistent controls on trace metal micronutrient speciation in wetland soils and stream sedimentsGeochimica et Cosmochimica Acta317 234–54
202210.1002/hyp.14540Ward, A. S., A. Packman, S. Bernal, N. Brekenfeld, J. Drummond, et al.Advancing river corridor science beyond disciplinary boundaries with an inductive approach to catalyse hypothesis generationHydrological Processes36(4) e14540
202210.1029/2022WR032018Tsai, C. H., D. F. Rucker, S. C. Brooks, T. Ginn and K. C. CarrollTransient Storage Model Parameter Optimization Using the Simulated Annealing MethodWater Resources Research58(7) e2022WR032018
202210.1039/D1EM00287BSchwartz, G. E., K. A. Muller, S. S. Rathore, R. L. Wilpiszeski, A. A. Carrell, M. A. Cregger, D. A. Elias, M. Podar, S. L. Painter and S. C. BrooksIncorporating concentration-dependent sediment microbial activity into methylmercury production kinetics modelingEnvironmental Science: Processes & Impacts24(9) 1392–405
202210.1016/j.envsoft.2022.105453Rathore, S. S., G. E. Schwartz, S. C. Brooks and S. L. PainterJoint estimation of biogeochemical model parameters from multiple experiments: A bayesian approach applied to mercury methylationEnvironmental Modelling & Software155 105453
202210.1021/acs.est.1c04662Pierce, C. E., O. S. Furman, S. L. Nicholas, J. C. Wasik, C. M. Gionfriddo, A. M. Wymore, S. D. Sebestyen, R. K. Kolka, C. P. J. Mitchell, N. A. Griffiths, D. A. Elias, E. A. Nater and B. M. TonerRole of Ester Sulfate and Organic Disulfide in Mercury Methylation in Peatland SoilsEnvironmental Science & Technology56(2) 1433–44
202210.1021/acs.est.1c06796Neal-Walthall, N., U. Ndu, N. A. Rivera, Jr., D. A. Elias and H. Hsu-KimUtility of Diffusive Gradient in Thin-Film Passive Samplers for Predicting Mercury Methylation Potential and Bioaccumulation in Freshwater WetlandsEnvironmental Science & Technology56(3) 1743–52
202210.1021/acs.est.1c06558Liang, X., N. Zhu, A. Johs, H. Chen, D. A. Pelletier, L. Zhang, X. Yin, Y. Gao, J. Zhao and B. GuMercury Reduction, Uptake, and Species Transformation by Freshwater Alga Chlorella vulgaris under Sunlit and Dark ConditionsEnvironmental Science & Technology56(8) 4961–69
202210.1029/2021WR029771Krause, S., B. W. Abbott, V. Baranov, S. Bernal, P. Blaen, et al.Organizational Principles of Hyporheic Exchange Flow and Biogeochemical Cycling in River Networks Across ScalesWater Resources Research58(3) e2021WR029771
202210.1038/s41396-021-01062-1Kang-Yun, C. S., X. Liang, P. Dershwitz, W. Gu, A. Schepers, et al.Evidence for methanobactin “Theft” and novel chalkophore production in methanotrophs: impact on methanotrophic-mediated methylmercury degradationThe ISME Journal16(1) 211–20
202210.1021/acs.est.2c00169Hao, Y.-Y., Y.-J. Zhu, R.-Q. Yan, B. Gu, X.-Q. Zhou, R.-R. Wei, C. Wang, J. Feng, Q. Huang and Y.-R. LiuImportant Roles of Thiols in Methylmercury Uptake and Translocation by Rice PlantsEnvironmental Science & Technology56(10) 6765–73
202210.1016/j.jes.2022.07.013Gao, Z., W. Zheng, Y. Li, Y. Liu, M. Wu, et al.Mercury transformation processes in nature: Critical knowledge gaps and perspectives for moving forwardJournal of Environmental Sciences119 152–65
202210.1088/1748-9326/ac59a9Dwivedi, D., C. I. Steefel, B. Arora, J. Banfield, J. Bargar, et al.From legacy contamination to watershed systems science: a review of scientific insights and technologies developed through DOE-supported research in water and energy securityEnvironmental Research Letters17(4) 43004
202210.1039/D2EM00142JBrooks, S. C., A. L. Riscassi, C. L. Miller, K. A. Lowe, X. Yin and T. L. MehlhornDiel mercury concentration variations in a mercury-impacted streamEnvironmental Science: Processes & Impacts24(8) 1195–211
202210.1021/acsenvironau.1c00022Barkay, T. and B. GuDemethylation─The Other Side of the Mercury Methylation Coin: A Critical ReviewACS Environmental Au2(2) 77–97
202110.1016/j.gca.2020.10.013Zhang, L., X. Liang, Q. Wang, Y. Zhang, X. Yin, X. Lu, E. M. Pierce and B. GuIsotope exchange between mercuric [Hg(II)] chloride and Hg(II) bound to minerals and thiolate ligands: Implications for enriched isotope tracer studiesGeochimica et Cosmochimica Acta292 468–81
202110.1111/fwb.13777Veach, A. M., M. J. Troia and M. A. CreggerAssessing biogeographic survey gaps in bacterial diversity knowledge: A global synthesis of freshwatersFreshwater Biology66(8) 1595–605
202110.1016/j.jappgeo.2021.104306Rucker, D. F., C.-H. Tsai, K. C. Carroll, S. Brooks, E. M. Pierce, A. Ulery and C. DerolphBedrock architecture, soil texture, and hyporheic zone characterization combining electrical resistivity and induced polarization imagingJournal of Applied Geophysics188 104306
202110.1029/2020WR028908Rathore, S. S., A. Jan, E. T. Coon and S. L. PainterOn the Reliability of Parameter Inferences in a Multiscale Model for Transport in Stream CorridorsWater Resources Research57(5) e2020WR028908
202110.1128/mra.00002-21Podar, P. T., K. Peyton, A. Soren, R. L. Wilpiszeski, C. C. Gilmour, D. A. Elias and M. PodarComplete Genome Sequence of Desulfobulbus oligotrophicus Prop6, an Anaerobic Deltabacterota Strain That Lacks Mercury Methylation CapabilityMicrobiology Resource Announcements10(5)
202110.3389/frwa.2020.595538Painter, S. L.On the Representation of Hyporheic Exchange in Models for Reactive Transport in Stream and River CorridorsFrontiers in Water2
202110.1089/ees.2020.0068Murphy, S. A., G. E. Schwartz and S. C. BrooksDemethylation or Sorption? The Fate of Methylmercury in the Presence of Manganese DioxideEnvironmental Engineering Science38(4) 224–30
202110.1016/j.jhydrol.2021.127015Mohamed, R. A. M., C. Gabrielli, J. S. Selker, F. Selker, S. C. Brooks, T. Ahmed and K. C. CarrollComparison of fiber-optic distributed temperature sensing and high-sensitivity sensor spatial surveying of stream temperatureJournal of Hydrology603 127015
202110.1016/j.jhydrol.2021.126474Mohamed, R. A. M., S. C. Brooks, C.-H. Tsai, T. Ahmed, D. F. Rucker, A. L. Ulery, E. M. Pierce and K. C. CarrollGeostatistical interpolation of streambed hydrologic attributes with addition of left censored data and anisotropyJournal of Hydrology599 126474
202110.1021/acs.jpca.1c04014Lian, P., Z. Mou, C. J. Cooper, R. C. Johnston, S. C. Brooks, B. Gu, N. Govind, S. Jonsson and J. M. ParksMechanistic Investigation of Dimethylmercury Formation Mediated by a Sulfide Mineral SurfaceThe Journal of Physical Chemistry A125(24) 5397–405
202110.1016/j.chemosphere.2021.130629Li, R., L. Qi, V. Ibeanusi, V. Badisa, S. Brooks and G. ChenReduction and bacterial adsorption of dissolved mercuric ion by indigenous bacteria at the Oak Ridge Reservation siteChemosphere280 130629
202110.3390/ijerph182413350Koenigsmark, F., C. Weinhouse, A. J. Berky, A. M. Morales, E. J. Ortiz, E. M. Pierce, W. K. Pan and H. Hsu-KimEfficacy of Hair Total Mercury Content as a Biomarker of Methylmercury Exposure to Communities in the Area of Artisanal and Small-Scale Gold Mining in Madre de Dios, PeruInternational Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health18(24) 13350
2021Koenigsmark, F.From Source to Surveillance: An Assessment of Liquid Elemental Mercury Mobilization in Soil, Downstream Reactivity, and Biomarkers of ExposureDepartment of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Duke University
202110.1128/mra.00153-21Kim, M., R. L. Wilpiszeski, M. Wells, A. M. Wymore, C. M. Gionfriddo, S. C. Brooks, M. Podar and D. A. EliasMetagenome-Assembled Genome Sequences of Novel Prokaryotic Species from the Mercury-Contaminated East Fork Poplar Creek, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USAMicrobiology Resource Announcements10(17)
202110.1016/j.envsoft.2021.105166Jan, A., E. T. Coon and S. L. PainterToward more mechanistic representations of biogeochemical processes in river networks: Implementation and demonstration of a multiscale modelEnvironmental Modelling & Software145 105166
202110.3390/microorganisms9081780Isokpehi, R. D., D. S. McInnis, A. M. Destefano, G. S. Johnson, A. D. Walker, Y. A. Hall, B. W. Mapp, M. O. Johnson and S. S. SimmonsBioinformatics Investigations of Universal Stress Proteins from Mercury-Methylating DesulfovibrionaceaeMicroorganisms9(8) 1780
202110.1099/ijsem.0.004697Gilmour, C. C., A. B. Soren, C. M. Gionfriddo, M. Podar, J. D. Wall, S. D. Brown, J. K. Michener, M. S. G. Urriza and D. A. EliasPseudodesulfovibrio mercurii sp. nov., a mercury-methylating bacterium isolated from sedimentInternational Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology71(3)
202110.1007/s11270-021-05093-4Egbo, T. E., A. Johs, R. Sahu, Y. Abdelmageed, J. Ogbudu and B. K. RobertsonInteraction of Soil Microbes with Organoclays and their Impact on the Immobilization of Hg under Aerobic ConditionsWater, Air, & Soil Pollution232(4) 157
202110.1016/j.jinorgbio.2021.111496Eckert, P., A. Johs, J. D. Semrau, A. A. DiSpirito, J. Richardson, R. Sarangi, E. Herndon, B. Gu and E. M. PierceSpectroscopic and computational investigations of organometallic complexation of group 12 transition metals by methanobactins from Methylocystis sp. SB2Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry223 111496
202110.1039/D1EM00019ECrowther, E. R., J. D. Demers, J. D. Blum, S. C. Brooks and M. W. JohnsonUse of sequential extraction and mercury stable isotope analysis to assess remobilization of sediment-bound legacy mercuryEnvironmental Science: Processes & Impacts23(5) 756–75
202110.3389/fmicb.2021.647861Carrell, A. A., G. E. Schwartz, M. A. Cregger, C. M. Gionfriddo, D. A. Elias, R. L. Wilpiszeski, D. M. Klingeman, A. M. Wymore, K. A. Muller and S. C. BrooksNutrient Exposure Alters Microbial Composition, Structure, and Mercury Methylating Activity in Periphyton in a Contaminated WatershedFrontiers in Microbiology12
202110.1002/hyp.14103Brooks, S. C., A. L. Riscassi and K. A. LoweStream discharge and water quality data for East Fork Poplar Creek beginning 2012Hydrological Processes35(3) e14103
202110.1002/hyp.14344Brooks, S. C., C. L. Miller, A. L. Riscassi, K. A. Lowe, J. O. Dickson and G. E. SchwartzIncreasing temperature and flow management alter mercury dynamics in East Fork Poplar CreekHydrological Processes35(8) e14344
202110.1016/j.cageo.2021.104933Brantley, S. L., T. Wen, D. A. Agarwal, J. G. Catalano, P. A. Schroeder, et al.The future low-temperature geochemical data-scape as envisioned by the U.S. geochemical communityComputers & Geosciences157 104933
202110.1007/s11270-020-04978-0Abdelmageed, Y., C. Miller, C. Sanders, T. Egbo, A. Johs and B. RobertsonAssessing Microbial Communities Related to Mercury Transformations in Contaminated Streambank SoilsWater, Air, & Soil Pollution232(1) 31
202010.1021/acs.est.0c00181Zhou, X.-Q., Y.-Y. Hao, B. Gu, J. Feng, Y.-R. Liu and Q. HuangMicrobial Communities Associated with Methylmercury Degradation in Paddy SoilsEnvironmental Science & Technology54(13) 7952–60
202010.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.138879Zaporski, J., M. Jamison, L. Zhang, B. Gu and Z. YangMercury methylation potential in a sand dune on Lake Michigan's eastern shorelineScience of The Total Environment729 138879
202010.3389/frwa.2020.00007Ward, A. S., S. M. Wondzell, N. M. Schmadel and S. P. HerzogClimate Change Causes River Network Contraction and Disconnection in the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest, Oregon, USAFrontiers in Water2
202010.1021/acs.est.0c06229Wang, Q., L. Zhang, X. Liang, X. Yin, Y. Zhang, W. Zheng, E. M. Pierce and B. GuRates and Dynamics of Mercury Isotope Exchange between Dissolved Elemental Hg(0) and Hg(II) Bound to Organic and Inorganic LigandsEnvironmental Science & Technology54(23) 15534–45
202010.1002/jcc.26081Lian, P., L. Guo, D. Devarajan, J. M. Parks, S. L. Painter, S. C. Brooks and J. C. SmithThe AQUA-MER databases and aqueous speciation server: A web resource for multiscale modeling of mercury speciationJournal of Computational Chemistry41(2) 147–55
202010.1002/jcc.26098Hwang, H., A. Hazel, P. Lian, J. C. Smith, J. C. Gumbart and J. M. ParksA Minimal Membrane Metal Transport System: Dynamics and Energetics of mer ProteinsJournal of Computational Chemistry41(6) 528–37
202010.3389/fmicb.2020.541554Gionfriddo, C. M., A. M. Wymore, D. S. Jones, R. L. Wilpiszeski, M. M. Lynes, G. A. Christensen, A. Soren, C. C. Gilmour, M. Podar and D. A. EliasAn Improved hgcAB Primer Set and Direct High-Throughput Sequencing Expand Hg-Methylator Diversity in NatureFrontiers in Microbiology11
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202010.1038/s42003-020-1047-5Cooper, C. J., K. Zheng, K. W. Rush, A. Johs, B. C. Sanders, G. A. Pavlopoulos, N. C. Kyrpides, M. Podar, S. Ovchinnikov, S. W. Ragsdale and J. M. ParksStructure determination of the HgcAB complex using metagenome sequence data: insights into microbial mercury methylationCommunications Biology3(1) 320
201910.1021/acs.est.8b05047Zheng, W., J. D. Demers, X. Lu, B. A. Bergquist, A. D. Anbar, J. D. Blum and B. GuMercury Stable Isotope Fractionation during Abiotic Dark Oxidation in the Presence of Thiols and Natural Organic MatterEnvironmental Science & Technology53(4) 1853–62
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201910.1021/acs.est.8b06020Zhang, L., S. Wu, L. Zhao, X. Lu, E. M. Pierce and B. GuMercury Sorption and Desorption on Organo-Mineral Particulates as a Source for Microbial MethylationEnvironmental Science & Technology53(5) 2426–33
201910.1021/acs.est.8b07145Tang, W., H. Hintelmann, B. Gu, X. Feng, Y. Liu, Y. Gao, J. Zhao, H. Zhu, P. Lei and H. ZhongIncreased Methylmercury Accumulation in Rice after Straw AmendmentEnvironmental Science & Technology53(11) 6144–53
201910.1002/etc.4551Schwartz, G. E., T. A. Olsen, K. A. Muller and S. C. BrooksEcosystem Controls on Methylmercury Production by Periphyton Biofilms in a Contaminated Stream: Implications for Predictive ModelingEnvironmental Toxicology and Chemistry38(11) 2426–35
201910.1089/ees.2018.0375Muller, K. A. and S. C. BrooksEffectiveness of Sorbents to Reduce Mercury MethylationEnvironmental Engineering Science36(3) 361–71
201910.1016/j.jenvman.2019.05.100Muller, K. A., C. C. Brandt, T. J. Mathews and S. C. BrooksMethylmercury sorption onto engineered materialsJournal of Environmental Management245 481–88
201910.1111/fwb.13265McManamay, R. A., F. Linam, T. J. Mathews, S. C. Brooks and M. J. PetersonScaling mercury biodynamics from individuals to populations: Implications of an herbivorous fish on mercury cycles in streamsFreshwater Biology64(5) 815–31
201910.1021/acs.estlett.9b00067Lu, X., J. Zhao, X. Liang, L. Zhang, Y. Liu, X. Yin, X. Li and B. GuThe Application and Potential Artifacts of Zeeman Cold Vapor Atomic Absorption Spectrometry in Mercury Stable Isotope AnalysisEnvironmental Science & Technology Letters6(3) 165–70
201910.1021/acs.est.9b02586Liang, X., X. Lu, J. Zhao, L. Liang, E. Y. Zeng and B. GuStepwise Reduction Approach Reveals Mercury Competitive Binding and Exchange Reactions within Natural Organic Matter and Mixed Organic LigandsEnvironmental Science & Technology53(18) 10685–94
201910.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.07.001Johs, A., V. A. Eller, T. L. Mehlhorn, S. C. Brooks, D. P. Harper, M. A. Mayes, E. M. Pierce and M. J. PetersonDissolved organic matter reduces the effectiveness of sorbents for mercury removalScience of The Total Environment690 410–16
201910.1016/j.gca.2019.07.053Guo, L., S. L. Painter, S. C. Brooks, J. M. Parks and J. C. SmithA probabilistic perspective on thermodynamic parameter uncertainties: Understanding aqueous speciation of mercuryGeochimica et Cosmochimica Acta263 108–21
201910.1002/9781119300762.wsts0001Gu, B., X. Lu, A. Johs and E. M. PierceMercury in WaterEncyclopedia of Water: Science, Technology, and Society 44944
201910.1007/s11368-018-2183-0Dickson, J. O., M. A. Mayes, S. C. Brooks, T. L. Mehlhorn, K. A. Lowe, J. K. Earles, L. Goñez-Rodriguez, D. B. Watson and M. J. PetersonSource relationships between streambank soils and streambed sediments in a mercury-contaminated streamJournal of Soils and Sediments19(4) 2007–19
201910.1128/AEM.00438-19Date, S. S., J. M. Parks, K. W. Rush, J. D. Wall, S. W. Ragsdale and A. JohsKinetics of Enzymatic Mercury Methylation at Nanomolar Concentrations Catalyzed by HgcABApplied and Environmental Microbiology85(13) e00438-19
2019Crow, M. C., R. Devarakonda, T. Killeffer and L. HookMultitenant Web Applications for Managing Data Across Multiple Projects at ORNL, Example: NGEE-Arctic, ARM, and Mercury Critical Interfaces Science Focus AreaAGU Fall Meeting
201910.1021/acs.est.8b06389Christensen, G. A., C. M. Gionfriddo, A. J. King, J. G. Moberly, C. L. Miller, et al.Determining the Reliability of Measuring Mercury Cycling Gene Abundance with Correlations with Mercury and Methylmercury ConcentrationsEnvironmental Science & Technology53(15) 8649–63
201910.1021/acs.accounts.8b00454Asaduzzaman, A., D. Riccardi, A. T. Afaneh, C. J. Cooper, J. C. Smith, F. Wang, J. M. Parks and G. SchreckenbachEnvironmental Mercury Chemistry – In SilicoAccounts of Chemical Research52(2) 379–88
201910.1021/acs.est.9b00047An, J., L. Zhang, X. Lu, D. A. Pelletier, E. M. Pierce, A. Johs, J. M. Parks and B. GuMercury Uptake by Desulfovibrio desulfuricans ND132: Passive or Active?Environmental Science & Technology53(11) 6264–72
201810.1039/C7EM00558JVishnivetskaya, T. A., H. Hu, J. D. Van Nostrand, Ann M. Wymore, X. Xu, G. Qiu, X. Feng, J. Zhou, S. D. Brown, C. C. Brandt, M. Podar, B. Gu and D. A. EliasMicrobial community structure with trends in methylation gene diversity and abundance in mercury-contaminated rice paddy soils in Guizhou, ChinaEnvironmental Science: Processes & Impacts20(4) 673–85
201810.1002/pmic.201700479Qian, C., H. Chen, A. Johs, X. Lu, J. An, E. M. Pierce, J. M. Parks, D. A. Elias, R. L. Hettich and B. GuQuantitative Proteomic Analysis of Biological Processes and Responses of the Bacterium Desulfovibrio desulfuricans ND132 upon Deletion of Its Mercury Methylation GenesProteomics18(17) 1700479
201810.1021/acs.jctc.7b01236Pavlova, A., J. M. Parks and J. C. GumbartDevelopment of CHARMM-Compatible Force-Field Parameters for Cobalamin and Related Cofactors from Quantum Mechanical CalculationsJournal of Chemical Theory and Computation14(2) 784–98
201810.1128/genomea.00518-18Pathak, A., R. Jaswal, P. Stothard, S. Brooks and A. ChauhanDraft Genome Sequence of Pseudomonas sp. Strain B1, Isolated from a Contaminated SedimentGenome Announcements6(25)
2018US10036072B2Parks, J. M. and A. JohsMercury methylation genes in bacteria and archaeaUnited States PatentUT Battelle LLC
201810.1029/2018WR022831Painter, S. L.Multiscale Framework for Modeling Multicomponent Reactive Transport in Stream CorridorsWater Resources Research54(10) 7216–30
201810.1021/acs.est.7b05152Olsen, T. A., K. A. Muller, S. L. Painter and S. C. BrooksKinetics of Methylmercury Production RevisitedEnvironmental Science & Technology52(4) 2063–70
201810.1021/acs.est.8b00647Ndu, U., G. A. Christensen, N. A. Rivera, C. M. Gionfriddo, M. A. Deshusses, D. A. Elias and H. Hsu-KimQuantification of Mercury Bioavailability for Methylation Using Diffusive Gradient in Thin-Film SamplersEnvironmental Science & Technology52(15) 8521–29
201810.1021/acs.estlett.8b00232Lu, X., A. Johs, L. Zhao, L. Wang, E. M. Pierce and B. GuNanomolar Copper Enhances Mercury Methylation by Desulfovibrio desulfuricans ND132Environmental Science & Technology Letters5(6) 372–76
201810.1021/acs.est.8b03052Liu, Y.-R., A. Johs, L. Bi, X. Lu, H.-W. Hu, D. Sun, J.-Z. He and B. GuUnraveling Microbial Communities Associated with Methylmercury Production in Paddy SoilsEnvironmental Science & Technology52(22) 13110–18
201810.1021/acs.jpca.8b01751Lian, P., R. C. Johnston, J. M. Parks and J. C. SmithQuantum Chemical Calculation of pKas of Environmentally Relevant Functional Groups: Carboxylic Acids, Amines, and Thiols in Aqueous SolutionThe Journal of Physical Chemistry A122(17) 4366–74
201810.1039/C7EM00533DKanzler, C. R., P. Lian, E. L. Trainer, X. Yang, N. Govind, Jerry M. Parks and A. M. GrahamEmerging investigator series: methylmercury speciation and dimethylmercury production in sulfidic solutionsEnvironmental Science: Processes & Impacts20(4) 584–94
201810.1128/mbio.02403-17Gilmour, C. C., A. L. Bullock, A. McBurney, M. Podar and D. A. EliasRobust Mercury Methylation across Diverse Methanogenic ArchaeamBio9(2)
201810.1021/acs.est.7b04343Eskelsen, J. R., J. Xu, M. Chiu, J.-W. Moon, B. Wilkins, D. E. Graham, B. Gu and E. M. PierceInfluence of Structural Defects on Biomineralized ZnS Nanoparticle Dissolution: An in-Situ Electron Microscopy StudyEnvironmental Science & Technology52(3) 1139–49
201810.1021/acsearthspacechem.8b00102Devarajan, D., P. Lian, S. C. Brooks, J. M. Parks and J. C. SmithQuantum Chemical Approach for Calculating Stability Constants of Mercury ComplexesACS Earth and Space Chemistry2(11) 1168–78
201810.1039/C7EM00538EDemers, J. D., J. D. Blum, S. C. Brooks, Patrick M. Donovan, A. L. Riscassi, C. L. Miller, W. Zheng and B. GuHg isotopes reveal in-stream processing and legacy inputs in East Fork Poplar Creek, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USAEnvironmental Science: Processes & Impacts20(4) 686–707
201810.1128/AEM.01049-17Christensen, G. A., A. C. Somenahally, J. G. Moberly, C. M. Miller, A. J. King, C. C. Gilmour, S. D. Brown, M. Podar, C. C. Brandt, S. C. Brooks, A. V. Palumbo, J. D. Wall and D. A. EliasCarbon Amendments Alter Microbial Community Structure and Net Mercury Methylation Potential in SedimentsApplied and Environmental Microbiology84(3) e01049-17
201710.1021/acs.est.7b02204Zhou, J., M. D. Smith, C. J. Cooper, X. Cheng, J. C. Smith and J. M. ParksModeling of the Passive Permeation of Mercury and Methylmercury Complexes Through a Bacterial Cytoplasmic MembraneEnvironmental Science & Technology51(18) 10595–604
201710.1021/acs.est.7b02518Zhao, L., H. Chen, X. Lu, H. Lin, G. A. Christensen, E. M. Pierce and B. GuContrasting Effects of Dissolved Organic Matter on Mercury Methylation by Geobacter sulfurreducens PCA and Desulfovibrio desulfuricans ND132Environmental Science & Technology51(18) 10468–75
201710.1016/j.envpol.2016.10.099Luo, H.-W., X. Yin, A. M. Jubb, H. Chen, X. Lu, W. Zhang, H. Lin, H.-Q. Yu, L. Liang, G.-P. Sheng and B. GuPhotochemical reactions between mercury (Hg) and dissolved organic matter decrease Hg bioavailability and methylationEnvironmental Pollution220 1359–65
201710.1126/sciadv.1700041Lu, X., W. Gu, L. Zhao, M. Farhan Ul Haque, A. A. DiSpirito, J. D. Semrau and B. GuMethylmercury uptake and degradation by methanotrophsScience Advances3(5) e1700041
201710.1021/acs.est.7b02781Graham, A. M., K. T. Cameron-Burr, H. A. Hajic, C. Lee, D. Msekela and C. C. GilmourSulfurization of Dissolved Organic Matter Increases Hg–Sulfide–Dissolved Organic Matter Bioavailability to a Hg-Methylating BacteriumEnvironmental Science & Technology51(16) 9080–88
201710.1021/acs.estlett.6b00460Chen, H., R. C. Johnston, B. F. Mann, R. K. Chu, N. Tolic, J. M. Parks and B. GuIdentification of Mercury and Dissolved Organic Matter Complexes Using Ultrahigh Resolution Mass SpectrometryEnvironmental Science & Technology Letters4(2) 59–65
201710.1002/lom3.10139Brooks, S. C., C. C. Brandt and N. A. GriffithsEstimating uncertainty in ambient and saturation nutrient uptake metrics from nutrient pulse releases in stream ecosystemsLimnology and Oceanography: Methods15(1) 22–37
201610.1016/j.envpol.2016.04.069Yang, Z., W. Fang, X. Lu, G.-P. Sheng, D. E. Graham, L. Liang, S. D. Wullschleger and B. GuWarming increases methylmercury production in an Arctic soilEnvironmental Pollution214 504–09
201610.1016/j.toxlet.2015.11.022Rothenberg, S. E., S. Keiser, N. J. Ajami, M. C. Wong, J. Gesell, J. F. Petrosino and A. JohsThe role of gut microbiota in fetal methylmercury exposure: Insights from a pilot studyToxicology Letters242 60–67
201610.1002/etc.3310Riscassi, A., C. Miller and S. BrooksSeasonal and flow-driven dynamics of particulate and dissolved mercury and methylmercury in a stream impacted by an industrial mercury sourceEnvironmental Toxicology and Chemistry35(6) 1386–400
201610.1021/acs.jproteome.6b00263Qian, C., A. Johs, H. Chen, B. F. Mann, X. Lu, P. E. Abraham, R. L. Hettich and B. GuGlobal Proteome Response to Deletion of Genes Related to Mercury Methylation and Dissimilatory Metal Reduction Reveals Changes in Respiratory Metabolism in Geobacter sulfurreducens PCAJournal of Proteome Research15(10) 3540–49
201610.1016/bs.mie.2016.05.041Parks, J. M. and J. C. SmithModeling Mercury in ProteinsMethods in Enzymology578 103–22
201610.1021/acs.est.6b01538Olsen, T. A., C. C. Brandt and S. C. BrooksPeriphyton Biofilms Influence Net Methylmercury Production in an Industrially Contaminated SystemEnvironmental Science & Technology50(20) 10843–50
201610.1021/acs.est.6b03687Lu, X., Y. Liu, A. Johs, L. Zhao, T. Wang, Z. Yang, H. Lin, D. A. Elias, E. M. Pierce, L. Liang, T. Barkay and B. GuResponse to Comment on “Anaerobic Mercury Methylation and Demethylation by Geobacter Bemidjiensis Bem”Environmental Science & Technology50(17) 9800–01
201610.1021/acs.est.6b00401Lu, X., Y. Liu, A. Johs, L. Zhao, T. Wang, Z. Yang, H. Lin, D. A. Elias, E. M. Pierce, L. Liang, T. Barkay and B. GuAnaerobic Mercury Methylation and Demethylation by Geobacter bemidjiensis BemEnvironmental Science & Technology50(8) 4366–73
201610.1021/acs.est.6b04041Liu, Y.-R., X. Lu, L. Zhao, J. An, J.-Z. He, E. M. Pierce, A. Johs and B. GuEffects of Cellular Sorption on Mercury Bioavailability and Methylmercury Production by Desulfovibrio desulfuricans ND132Environmental Science & Technology50(24) 13335–41
201610.1021/acs.jpcb.6b02701Johnston, R. C., J. Zhou, J. C. Smith and J. M. ParksToward Quantitatively Accurate Calculation of the Redox-Associated Acid–Base and Ligand Binding Equilibria of AquacobalaminThe Journal of Physical Chemistry B120(30) 7307–18
201610.1016/j.jhazmat.2016.05.084Jiang, P., Y. Li, G. Liu, G. Yang, L. Lagos, Y. Yin, B. Gu, G. Jiang and Y. CaiEvaluating the role of re-adsorption of dissolved Hg2+ during cinnabar dissolution using isotope tracer techniqueJournal of Hazardous Materials317 466–75
201610.1371/journal.pone.0162401Frontalini, F., D. Curzi, E. Cesarini, B. Canonico, F. M. Giordano, et al.Mercury-Pollution Induction of Intracellular Lipid Accumulation and Lysosomal Compartment Amplification in the Benthic Foraminifer Ammonia parkinsonianaPLoS ONE11(9) e0162401
201610.1128/AEM.01271-16Christensen, G. A., A. M. Wymore, A. J. King, M. Podar, R. A. Hurt, E. U. Santillan, A. Soren, C. C. Brandt, S. D. Brown, A. V. Palumbo, J. D. Wall, C. C. Gilmour and D. A. EliasDevelopment and Validation of Broad-Range Qualitative and Clade-Specific Quantitative Molecular Probes for Assessing Mercury Methylation in the EnvironmentApplied and Environmental Microbiology82(19) 6068–78
201510.1007/s11783-014-0709-2Watson, D., C. Miller, B. Lester, K. Lowe, G. Southworth, M. A. Bogle, L. Liang and E. PierceMercury source zone identification using soil vapor sampling and analysisFrontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering9(4) 596–604
201510.3389/fmicb.2015.00596Vázquez-Rodríguez, A., C. Hansel, T. Zhang, C. Lamborg, C. Santelli, S. Webb and S. BrooksMicrobial- and thiosulfate-mediated dissolution of mercury sulfide minerals and transformation to gaseous mercuryFrontiers in Microbiology6
201510.32469/10355/57781Smtih, S. D.Protein components of the microbial mercury methylation pathwayBiochemistry, University of Missouri–Columbia
201510.1128/AEM.00217-15Smith, S. D., R. Bridou, A. Johs, J. M. Parks, D. A. Elias, R. A. Hurt, S. D. Brown, M. Podar and J. D. WallSite-Directed Mutagenesis of HgcA and HgcB Reveals Amino Acid Residues Important for Mercury MethylationApplied and Environmental Microbiology81(9) 3205–17
201510.1021/ci500359eRiccardi, D., J. M. Parks, A. Johs and J. C. SmithHackaMol: An Object-Oriented Modern Perl Library for Molecular Hacking on Multiple ScalesJournal of Chemical Information and Modeling55(4) 721–26
201510.1126/sciadv.1500675Podar, M., C. C. Gilmour, C. C. Brandt, A. Soren, S. D. Brown, B. R. Crable, A. V. Palumbo, A. C. Somenahally and D. A. EliasGlobal prevalence and distribution of genes and microorganisms involved in mercury methylationScience Advances1(9) e1500675
201510.1021/acs.estlett.5b00209Lin, H., X. Lu, L. Liang and B. GuThiol-Facilitated Cell Export and Desorption of Methylmercury by Anaerobic BacteriaEnvironmental Science & Technology Letters2(10) 292–96
201510.1021/acs.estlett.5b00068Lin, H., X. Lu, L. Liang and B. GuCysteine Inhibits Mercury Methylation by Geobacter sulfurreducens PCA Mutant ΔomcBESTZEnvironmental Science & Technology Letters2(5) 144–48
201510.1007/s11356-015-4316-yHe, F., J. Gao, E. Pierce, P. J. Strong, H. Wang and L. LiangIn situ remediation technologies for mercury-contaminated soilEnvironmental Science and Pollution Research22(11) 8124–47
201410.1021/ic401992yZhou, J., D. Riccardi, A. Beste, J. C. Smith and J. M. ParksMercury Methylation by HgcA: Theory Supports Carbanion Transfer to Hg(II)Inorganic Chemistry53(2) 772–77
201410.1016/j.talanta.2014.04.028Trieu, K., E. C. Heider, S. C. Brooks, F. Barbosa and A. D. CampigliaGold nanorods for surface Plasmon resonance detection of mercury (II) in flow injection analysisTalanta128 196–202
201410.4319/lom.2014.12.407Riscassi, A., C. L. Miller and S. C. BrooksImpact of collection container material and holding times on sample integrity for mercury and methylmercury in waterLimnology and Oceanography: Methods12(6) 407–20
201410.1016/j.talanta.2013.11.004Rao, B., C. Simpson, H. Lin, L. Liang and B. GuDetermination of thiol functional groups on bacteria and natural organic matter in environmental systemsTalanta119 240–47
201410.1021/ez500254zQian, Y., X. Yin, H. Lin, B. Rao, S. C. Brooks, L. Liang and B. GuWhy Dissolved Organic Matter Enhances Photodegradation of MethylmercuryEnvironmental Science & Technology Letters1(10) 426–31
201410.1021/es502537aLin, H., J. L. Morrell-Falvey, B. Rao, L. Liang and B. GuCoupled Mercury–Cell Sorption, Reduction, and Oxidation on Methylmercury Production by Geobacter sulfurreducens PCAEnvironmental Science & Technology48(20) 11969–76
201410.1021/ez500107rLin, H., R. A. Hurt, Jr., A. Johs, J. M. Parks, J. L. Morrell-Falvey, L. Liang, D. A. Elias and B. GuUnexpected Effects of Gene Deletion on Interactions of Mercury with the Methylation-Deficient Mutant ΔhgcABEnvironmental Science & Technology Letters1(5) 271–76
201410.1021/bi500608uLian, P., H.-B. Guo, D. Riccardi, A. Dong, J. M. Parks, Q. Xu, E. F. Pai, S. M. Miller, D.-Q. Wei, J. C. Smith and H. GuoX-ray Structure of a Hg2+ Complex of Mercuric Reductase (MerA) and Quantum Mechanical/Molecular Mechanical Study of Hg2+ Transfer between the C-Terminal and Buried Catalytic Site Cysteine PairsBiochemistry53(46) 7211–22
201410.1371/journal.pone.0102826Hurt, R. A., Jr., M. S. Robeson, II, M. Shakya, J. G. Moberly, T. A. Vishnivetskaya, B. Gu and D. A. EliasImproved Yield of High Molecular Weight DNA Coincides with Increased Microbial Diversity Access from Iron Oxide Cemented Sub-Surface Clay EnvironmentsPLoS ONE9(7) e102826
201410.1016/j.bpj.2014.06.013Hong, L., Melissa A. Sharp, S. Poblete, R. Biehl, M. Zamponi, et al.Structure and Dynamics of a Compact State of a Multidomain Protein, the Mercuric Ion ReductaseBiophysical Journal107(2) 393–400
201410.1021/ez500322fHe, F., W. Zhao, L. Liang and B. GuPhotochemical Oxidation of Dissolved Elemental Mercury by Carbonate Radicals in WaterEnvironmental Science & Technology Letters1(12) 499–503
201410.5194/bg-11-5259-2014Gu, B., B. Mishra, C. Miller, W. Wang, B. Lai, S. C. Brooks, K. M. Kemner and L. LiangX-ray fluorescence mapping of mercury on suspended mineral particles and diatoms in a contaminated freshwater systemBiogeosciences11(18) 5259–67
201410.1016/j.febslet.2014.04.013Edwards, M. J., N. A. Baiden, A. Johs, S. J. Tomanicek, L. Liang, L. Shi, J. K. Fredrickson, J. M. Zachara, A. J. Gates, J. N. Butt, D. J. Richardson and T. A. ClarkeThe X-ray crystal structure of Shewanella oneidensis OmcA reveals new insight at the microbe–mineral interfaceFEBS Letters588(10) 1886–90
201410.1021/es4046549Donovan, P. M., J. D. Blum, J. D. Demers, B. Gu, S. C. Brooks and J. PeryamIdentification of Multiple Mercury Sources to Stream Sediments near Oak Ridge, TN, USAEnvironmental Science & Technology48(7) 3666–74
201310.1021/es402697uZheng, W., H. Lin, B. F. Mann, L. Liang and B. GuOxidation of Dissolved Elemental Mercury by Thiol Compounds under Anoxic ConditionsEnvironmental Science & Technology47(22) 12827–34
201310.1021/jz401075bRiccardi, D., H.-B. Guo, J. M. Parks, B. Gu, A. O. Summers, S. M. Miller, L. Liang and J. C. SmithWhy Mercury Prefers Soft LigandsThe Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters4(14) 2317–22
201310.1021/ct300296kRiccardi, D., H.-B. Guo, J. M. Parks, B. Gu, L. Liang and J. C. SmithCluster-Continuum Calculations of Hydration Free Energies of Anions and Group 12 Divalent CationsJournal of Chemical Theory and Computation9(1) 555–69
201310.1126/science.1230667Parks, J. M., A. Johs, M. Podar, R. Bridou, R. A. Hurt, et al.The Genetic Basis for Bacterial Mercury MethylationScience339(6125) 1332–35
201310.1016/j.envres.2013.03.013Miller, C. L., D. B. Watson, B. P. Lester, K. A. Lowe, E. M. Pierce and L. LiangCharacterization of soils from an industrial complex contaminated with elemental mercuryEnvironmental Research125 20–29
201310.1071/EN12199Kocman, D., S. C. Brooks, C. L. Miller and X. L. YinEvaluation of centrifugal ultrafilters for size fractionation of total mercury and methylmercury in freshwatersEnvironmental Chemistry10(4) 323–32
201310.1038/ngeo1894Hu, H., H. Lin, W. Zheng, S. J. Tomanicek, A. Johs, X. Feng, D. A. Elias, L. Liang and B. GuOxidation and methylation of dissolved elemental mercury by anaerobic bacteriaNature Geoscience6(9) 751–54
201310.1021/es400527mHu, H., H. Lin, W. Zheng, B. Rao, X. Feng, L. Liang, D. A. Elias and B. GuMercury Reduction and Cell-Surface Adsorption by Geobacter sulfurreducens PCAEnvironmental Science & Technology47(19) 10922–30
201310.1021/es400414aGraham, A. M., G. R. Aiken and C. C. GilmourEffect of Dissolved Organic Matter Source and Character on Microbial Hg Methylation in Hg–S–DOM SolutionsEnvironmental Science & Technology47(11) 5746–54
201310.1021/es403075tGilmour, C. C., M. Podar, A. L. Bullock, A. M. Graham, S. D. Brown, A. C. Somenahally, A. Johs, R. A. Hurt, Jr., K. L. Bailey and D. A. EliasMercury Methylation by Novel Microorganisms from New EnvironmentsEnvironmental Science & Technology47(20) 11810–20
201310.1128/genomea.00144-13Brown, S. D., S. M. Utturkar, A. P. Arkin, A. M. Deutschbauer, D. A. Elias, T. C. Hazen and R. ChakrabortyDraft Genome Sequence for Desulfovibrio africanus Strain PCSGenome Announcements1(2)
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