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Loss of foundation species: consequences for the structure and dynamics of forested ecosystems
AM Ellison, MS Bank, BD Clinton, EA Colburn, K Elliott, CR Ford, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 3 (9), 479-486, 2005
21552005
Hydrological and biogeochemical controls on watershed dissolved organic matter transport: Pulse‐shunt concept
PA Raymond, JE Saiers, WV Sobczak
Ecology 97 (1), 5-16, 2016
4972016
Nitrogen saturation and retention in forested watersheds of the Catskill Mountains, New York
GM Lovett, KC Weathers, WV Sobczak
Ecological Applications 10 (1), 73-84, 2000
3172000
High biolability of ancient permafrost carbon upon thaw
JE Vonk, PJ Mann, S Davydov, A Davydova, RGM Spencer, J Schade, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 40 (11), 2689-2693, 2013
3082013
Metabolic and structural response of hyporheic microbial communities to variations in supply of dissolved organic matter
SEG Findlay, RL Sinsabaugh, WV Sobczak, M Hoostal
Limnology and oceanography 48 (4), 1608-1617, 2003
2802003
Bioavailability of organic matter in a highly disturbed estuary: the role of detrital and algal resources
WV Sobczak, JE Cloern, AD Jassby, AB Müller-Solger
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (12), 8101-8105, 2002
2002002
Variation in bioavailability of dissolved organic carbon among stream hyporheic flowpaths
WV Sobczak, S Findlay
Ecology 83 (11), 3194-3209, 2002
1852002
Hydrologic drivers and seasonality of dissolved organic carbon concentration, nitrogen content, bioavailability, and export in a forested New England stream
HF Wilson, JE Saiers, PA Raymond, WV Sobczak
Ecosystems 16, 604-616, 2013
1452013
Detritus fuels ecosystem metabolism but not metazoan food webs in San Francisco estuary's freshwater Delta
WV Sobczak, JE Cloern, AD Jassby, BE Cole, TS Schraga, A Arnsberg
Estuaries 28, 124-137, 2005
1382005
Variability in removal of dissolved organic carbon in hyporheic sediments
S Findlay, WV Sobczak
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 15 (1), 35-41, 1996
1041996
Relationships between DOC bioavailability and nitrate removal in an upland stream: an experimental approach
WV Sobczak, S Findlay, S Dye
Biogeochemistry 62 (3), 309-327, 2003
1032003
Evidence for key enzymatic controls on metabolism of Arctic river organic matter
PJ Mann, WV Sobczak, MM LaRue, E Bulygina, A Davydova, JE Vonk, ...
Global change biology 20 (4), 1089-1100, 2014
932014
Legacy effects in material flux: structural catchment changes predate long-term studies
DJ Bain, MB Green, JL Campbell, JF Chamblee, S Chaoka, JM Fraterrigo, ...
Bioscience 62 (6), 575-584, 2012
782012
Epilithic bacterial responses to variations in algal biomass and labile dissolved organic carbon during biofilm colonization
WV Sobczak
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 15 (2), 143-154, 1996
781996
Optical properties and bioavailability of dissolved organic matter along a flow-path continuum from soil pore waters to the Kolyma River mainstem, East Siberia
KE Frey, WV Sobczak, PJ Mann, RM Holmes
Biogeosciences 13 (8), 2279-2290, 2016
692016
Summer CO2 evasion from streams and rivers in the Kolyma River basin, north-east Siberia
BA Denfeld, KE Frey, WV Sobczak, PJ Mann, RM Holmes
Polar Research 32 (1), 19704, 2013
592013
Relationships between bacterial productivity and organic carbon at a soil—stream interface
WV Sobczak, LO Hedin, MJ Klug
Hydrobiologia 386, 45-53, 1998
441998
Increases in humic and bioavailable dissolved organic matter in a forested New England headwater stream with increasing discharge
HF Wilson, PA Raymond, JE Saiers, WV Sobczak, N Xu
Marine and Freshwater Research 67 (9), 1279-1292, 2016
382016
Degrading permafrost river catchments and their impact on Arctic Ocean nearshore processes
PJ Mann, J Strauss, J Palmtag, K Dowdy, O Ogneva, M Fuchs, ...
Ambio 51, 439-455, 2022
352022
Subsurface flowpaths in a forested headwater stream harbor a diverse macroinvertebrate community
BM Collins, WV Sobczak, EA Colburn
Wetlands 27 (2), 319-325, 2007
352007
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