Li, Q., Gray, K.E., and Jaisi, D.P, 2022. Relative roles of sediment transport and localized erosion on phosphorus load in the lower Susquehanna River and its mouth in the Chesapeake Bay, USA. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 127.8, e2022JG006944. doi.org/10.1029/2022JG006944


Jorquera, M.A., Campos, M.A., Zhang, Q., Acuña, J.J., Rilling, J.I., Ruiz, T., Carrazana, E., Reyno, C., Araya, M.M., Hollenback, A., Gray, K.E., Jaisi, D.P., Ogram, A., Bai, J., Zhang, L., Xiao, R., Elias, M., and Sadowsky, M.J., 2022. Structure and functional properties of bacterial communities in surface sediments of Lake Villarrica, a lake recently declared as a “Saturated Zone” in southern Chile. In revision, Microbial Ecology.


Killam, D., Das, S., Martindale, R.C., Gray, K.E., and Junium, C., 2022. Photosymbiosis and nutrient utilization in giant clams revealed by nitrogen isotope schlerochronology. In revision, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta.


Musser, M., Gray, K.E., Massoudieh, A., and Jaisi, D.P., 2022. Phosphorus source tracking, bioavailability, and cycling in the Murderkill River. Under review, Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences.


Gray, K.E. and Brandon, M.T., 2022. An ideal terrestrial thermometer using carbonate clumped isotopes from gar scales. In revision, Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems. Preprint DOI


Gray, K.E., Brandon, M.T., and Blake, R., 2022. Unique physiology of Lepisosteidae imparts a novel phosphate-water fractionation in their scale biogenic apatite. In submission, Paleogeography Paleoclimatology Paleoecology. Preprint DOI


Gray, K.E., Stout, L.M., Campos, M., and Jaisi, D.P., 2022. Effects of salinity on biogeochemical cycling of phosphorus and nitrogen in coastal soil. In submission, Biogeochemistry.


Other manuscripts in the pipeline:

Gray, K.E., and Brandon, M.T. A high resolution carbonate-clumped isotope terrestrial temperature record from a Cretaceous-Paleogene section in North Dakota, USA

Anton, J.A., Jiang, Z., Gray, K.E., Shober, A., and Jaisi, D.P. Identification of phosphorus sources using isotope signatures of the residual phosphorus pool in soils and sediments


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