|2015|| A non-thermogenic source of black carbon in peat and coal.
International Journal of Coal Geology.
|2015|| Evidence for Hydroxamate Siderophores and Other N-Containing Organic Compounds Controlling (PU)-P-239,240 Immobilization and Remobilization in a Wetland Sediment.
Environmental Science & Technology.
|2015|| Formation of black carbon-like and alicyclic aliphatic compounds by hydroxyl radical initiated degradation of lignin.
|2015|| Spectroscopic characterization of oceanic dissolved organic matter isolated by reverse osmosis coupled with electrodialysis.
|2015|| Supplementary Material to accompany: Spectroscopic characterization of oceanic dissolved organic matter isolated by reverse osmosis coupled with electrodialysis: Implications for oceanic carbon cycling
|2014|| Estimating hydroxyl radical photochemical formation rates in natural waters during long-term laboratory irradiation experiments.
Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts.
|2014|| Production of Black Carbon-like and Aliphatic Molecules from Terrestrial Dissolved Organic Matter in the Presence of Sunlight and Iron.
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY LETTERS.
|2014|| Ultrahigh resolution mass spectrometric differentiation of dissolved organic matter isolated by coupled reverse osmosis-electrodialysis from various major oceanic water masses.
|2013|| Novel molecular-level evidence of iodine binding to natural organic matter from Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry.
Science of The Total Environment.
|2013|| Photochemical bleaching of oceanic dissolved organic matter and its effect on absorption spectral slope and fluorescence.
|2012|| Establishing a Measure of Reproducibility of Ultrahigh-Resolution Mass Spectra for Complex Mixtures of Natural Organic Matter.
|2011|| A mini-electrodialysis system for desalting small volume saline samples for Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry.
LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY-METHODS.
|2010|| Chemical and spectroscopic characterization of marine dissolved organic matter isolated using the coupled reverse osmosis-electrodialysis (RO/ED) method