A selection of recent papers published by the group:

Coles, V.J., M.R. Stukel, M.T. Brooks, A. Burd, B.C. Crump, M.A. Moran, J.H. Paul, B.M. Satinsky, P.L. Yager, B.L. Zielinski, R.R. Hood (2017). Ocean biogeochemistry modeled with emergent trait-based genomics. Science, 358:1149–1154, doi:10.1126/science.aan5712.

Jung, Y., A.B. Burd (2017). Seasonal changes in above- and below-ground non-structutrual carbohydrates (NSC) in Spartina alterniflora in a marsh in Georgia, USA. Aquatic Botany, 140:13–22, doi:10.1016/j.aquabot.2017.04.003.

Mari, X., U. Passow, C. Migon, A.B. Burd, L. Legendre (2017). Transparent exopolymer particles: Effects on carbon cycling in the ocean. Progress in Oceanography, 151:13–37, doi:10.1016/j.pocean.2016.11002.

Burd, A.B, S. Frey, A. Cabre, T. Ito, N.M. Levine, C. Lønborg, M. Long, M. Mauritz, R. Quinn Thomas, B.M. Stephens, T. Vanwelleghem, N. Zeng (2016). Terrestrial and marine perspectives on modeling organic matter degradation pathways. Global Change Biology, 22:121–136, doi:10.1111/gcb12987

Burd, A.B. (2013). Modeling particle aggregation using size class and size spectrum approaches. Journal of Geophysical Research Oceans, 118:3431–3443.

Burd, Adrian B., Dennis A. Hansell, Deborah K. Steinberg, Thomas R. Anderson, Javier Arístegui, Federico Baltar, Steven R. Beaupré, Ken O. Buesseler, Frank DeHairs, George A. Jackson, David C. Kadko, Rolf Koppelmann, Richard S. Lampitt, Toshi Nagata, Thomas Reinthaler, Carol Robinson, Bruce H. Robison, Christian Tamburini, TsuneoTanaka (2010). Assessing the Apparent Imbalance Between Geochemical and Biochemical Indicators of Meso- and Bathypelagic Biological Activity: What the @$#! is wrong with present calculations of carbon budgets? Deep-Sea Research II, 57:1557-1572.

Burd, A.B. and G.A. Jackson (2009). Particle aggregation. Annual Reviews of Marine Science, 1: 65-90.

Computer Code

In this group, we are dedicated to making our computer codes publicly available. Once a code has been developed and refined to a point where we think it is a) useful to others, and b) useable by others(!), we provide the code on our GitHub page. The following codes are currently available: