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Tfaily MM, Wilson RM, Cooper WT, Kostka JE, Hanson PJ, Chanton JP.  2018.  Vertical Stratification of Peat Pore Water Dissolved Organic Matter Composition in a Peat Bog in Northern Minnesota. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. 123:479-494.
Wilson R.M, Hopple A.M, Tfaily M.M, Sebestyen S.D, Schadt C.W, Pfeifer-Meister L., Medvedeff C., McFarlane K.J, Kostka J.E, Kolton M. et al..  2016.  Stability of peatland carbon to rising temperatures. Nature Communications. 7:13723.
Hanson PJ, Griffiths NA, Iversen CM, Norby RJ, Sebestyen SD, Phillips JR, Chanton JP, Kolka RK, Malhotra A, Oleheiser KC et al..  2020.  Rapid Net Carbon Loss From a Whole‐Ecosystem Warmed Peatland. AGU Advances. 1(3)
Tfaily MM, Cooper WT, Kostka JE, Chanton PR, Schadt CW, Hanson PJ, Iversen CM, Chanton JP.  2014.  Organic matter transformation in the peat column at Marcell Experimental Forest: Humification and vertical stratification. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. 119:661–675.
Lin X., Tfaily M.M, Green S.J, Steinweg J.M, Chanton P., Imvittaya A., Chanton J.P, Cooper W., Schadt C., Kostka J.E.  2014.  Microbial Metabolic Potential for Carbon Degradation and Nutrient (Nitrogen and Phosphorus) Acquisition in an Ombrotrophic Peatland. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 80(11):3531-3540.
Lin X., Tfaily M.M, Steinweg J.M, Chanton P., Esson K., Yang Z.K, Chanton J.P, Cooper W., Schadt C.W, Kostka J.E.  2014.  Microbial Community Stratification Linked to Utilization of Carbohydrates and Phosphorus Limitation in a Boreal Peatland at Marcell Experimental Forest, Minnesota, USA. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 80(11):3518-3530.
Zalman CA, Meade N, Chanton JP, Kostka JE, Bridgham SD, Keller JK.  2018.  Methylotrophic methanogenesis in Sphagnum -dominated peatland soils. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 118:156-160.
Wilson RM, Tfaily MM, Rich VI, Keller JK, Bridgham SD, Zalman CMedvedeff, Meredith L, Hanson PJ, Hines M, Pfeifer-Meister L et al..  2017.  Hydrogenation of organic matter as a terminal electron sink sustains high CO 2 :CH 4 production ratios during anaerobic decomposition. Organic Geochemistry. 112:22-32.