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Dissolved organic matter in aquatic ecosystems

Longnecker, K., M.C. Kido Soule, and E.B. Kujawinski (2016). Comparing the impact of viral lysis and predation on marine dissolved organic matter. ASLO Summer Meeting, Santa Fe, NM.

Longnecker, K., S.M. Sievert, S.P. Sylva, J.S. Seewald, and E.B. Kujawinski (2015). Dissolved organic matter in high and low temperature hydrothermal vent fluids. ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Granada, Spain.

Longnecker, K. and E.B. Kujawinski (2014). Phytoplankton metabolite production during phosphate-limited growth. Gordon Research Conference, Waltham, MA.

Longnecker, K. (2014) Examining the composition of dissolved organic matter in the Bering Sea. Bering Sea Open Science Meeting, Hawaii.

Longnecker, K. (2013). Dissolved organic matter in Arctic sea ice and the underlying water column. Alaska Marine Sciences Symposium, Anchorage, AK.

Longnecker, K. (2013). Linking bacterial processes and dissolved organic matter in marine ecosystems. MIT, Microbial Systems Seminar.

Mass spectrometry data analysis

Longnecker, K., Y. Liu, H.K. White, E.B. Kujawinski (2015). Composition of metabolites produced by a coastal microbial community in the presence of oil. 11th International Conference of the Metabolomics Society, San Francisco, CA.

Longnecker, K. (2015) Mining mass spectrometry data to investigate organic matter in aquatic environments. Pacific Northwest National Laboratory / Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory.

Longnecker, K., J. Futrelle, E. Coburn, C.F. Breier, E.B. Kujawinski (2014). Using metabolomics to characterize organic matter from marine phytoplankton. 2014 Ocean Sciences Meeting, Hawaii.

Longnecker, K., E.B. Kujawinski (2013). Assembling complex organic molecules in the deep sea. 2013 ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting, New Orleans.


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