Publications

CTD rosette being lowered into the Gulf of Mexico. Photo courtesy of Dr. Andreas Teske (ECOGIG).

ECOGIG Publications (Find ECOGIG on Google Scholar)

Special issues featuring ECOGIG research:

Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography

Oceanography Special Issue on GoMRI: Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and Ecosystem Science

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Biogeochemical Studies

Energetics & Ecosystem Modeling 

Hydrocarbon & Dispersant Chemistry 

Megafaunal (coral) Ecology, Genetics & Proteomics 

Microbial Community Dynamics 

Observation & Remote Sensing 

Plankton & Water Column Dynamics 

Sedimentation & Resuspension Dynamics 

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Publication Authors
A Synthesis of Deep Benthic Faunal Impacts and Resilience Following the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, Frontiers in Marine Science: Marine Pollution, 2020 Patrick T. Schwing*, Paul A. Montagna, Dr. Samantha Joye, Claire B. Paris, Dr. Erik Cordes, Craig R. McClain, Joshua P. Kilborn, Steve A. Murawski
Cold-water coral (Lophelia pertusa) response to multiple stressors: High temperature affects recovery from short-term pollution exposure, Nature, 2020 Alexis M. Weinnig*, Carlos E. Gómez, Adam Hallaj, Dr. Erik Cordes
Deep-sea corals provide new insight into the ecology, evolution, and the role of plastids in widespread apicomplexan symbionts of anthozoans, Microbiome, 2020 Sam Vohsen*, Kaitlin E. Anderson, Andrea M. Gade, Harald R. Gruber-Vodicka, Eslam O. Osman, Richard Dannenberg, Nicole Dubilier, Dr. Charles Fisher, Dr. Iliana Baums
Food web complexity weakens size-based constraints on the pyramids of life, Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 2020 C. B. Woodson*, J. R. Schramski, Dr. Samantha Joye
Porewater flow patterns in surficial cold seep sediments inferred from conservative tracer profiles and early diagenetic modeling, Chemical Geology, 2020 Jurjen Rooze*, Leigha Peterson, Richard N. Peterson, Dr. Christof Meile
The Gulf of Mexico: An Introductory Survey of a Seep-Dominated Seafloor Landscape, Marine Hydrocarbon Seeps, 2020 Dr. Andreas Teske*, Dr. Samantha Joye
Transport, Fate and Impacts of the Deep Plume of Petroleum Hydrocarbons Formed During the Macondo Blowout, Deep-Sea Environments and Ecology, 2020 Dr. Annalisa Bracco*, Claire B. Paris, Andrew J. Esbaugh, Kaitlin Frasier, Dr. Samantha Joye, Guangpeng Liu, Kurt L. Polzin, Ana Carolina Vaz

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