publications

Title Author Date
Devol, A. H., J. E. Richey, W. A. Clark, S. L. King, and L. A. Martinelli. 1988. Methane emissions to the troposphere from the Amazon floodplain. J. Geophys. Res., 95: 1583-1592. Devol, A.H. 08/2004
Devol, A. H., A. Dos Santos, B. R. Forsberg, and T. M. Zaret. 1984. Nutrient addition experiments in Lago Jacaretinga, central Amazon, Brazil: 2. The effect of humic and fulvic acids. Hydrobiol., 109: 97-103. Devol, A. H. 08/2004
Degens, E. T., S. Kempe, and J. E. Richey. 1991. Summary: Biogeochemistry of major world rivers, p. 323-347. In E. T. Degens, S. Kempe, and J. E. Richey [eds.], Biogeochemistry of major world rivers. John Wiley and Sons. Degens, E.T. 08/2004
Degens, E. T., S. Kempe, and J. E. Richey. 1991. Biogeochemistry of major world rivers, John Wiley and Sons. Degens, E.T. 08/2004
Brandes, J. A., M. E. Mcclain, and T. P. Pimentel. 1996. 15N evidence for the origin and cycling of inorganic nitrogen in a small Amazonian catchment. Biogeochem., 34: 45-56. Brandes, J.A. 08/2004
Bernardes, M.C., L.A. Martinelli, A.V. Krusche, J. Gudeman, M. Moreira, R.L. Victoria, J. Ometto, M.V. R. Ballester, A.K. Aufdenkampe, J.E. Richey, and J.I. Hedges. (in press). Riverine organic matter composition as a function of land use changes, southwest Amazon. 2004. Ecol. Applications. Bernardes, M.C. 08/2004
Benner, R., and J. I. Hedges. 1993. A test of the accuracy of freshwater DOC measurements by high-temperature catalytic oxidation and UV-promoted persulfate oxidation. Mar. Chem., 41: 161-165. Benner, R. 08/2004
Benner, R., S. Opsahl, G. Chin-Leo, J. E. Richey, and B. R. Forsberg. 1995. Bacterial carbon metabolism in the Amazon River system. Limnol. Oceanogr., 40: 1262-1270. Benner, R. 08/2004
Benedito-Cecilio, E., C. A. R. M. Araujo-Lima, B. R. Forsberg, M. M. Bittencourt, and L. A. Martinelli. 2000. Carbon sources of Amazonian fisheries. Fisheries Management and Ecology, 7: 305-314. Benedito-Cecilio, E. 08/2004
Bartlett, K. B., P. M. Crill, J. A. Bonassi, J. E. Richey, and R. C. Harriss. 1990. Methane flux from the Amazon River floodplain: Emissions during rising water. J. Geophys. Res., 95: 16773-16788. Bartlett, K.B. 08/2004
Ballester, M.V.R., D. Victoria, A.V. Krusche, R. Coburn, R.L. Victoria, J.E. Richey, , M.G. Logsdon, E. Mayorga, and E. Matricardi. 2003. A remote sensingGIS-based physical template to understand the biogeochemistry of the Ji-Parana? river basin (Western Amazo?nia) Remote Sensing of the Environment 87: 429-445. Ballester, M.V.R. 08/2004
Aufdenkampe, A. K., J. I. Hedges, J. E. Richey, A. V. Krusche, and C. Llerena. 2001. Sorptive fractionation of dissolved organic nitrogen and amino acids onto fine sediments within the Amazon Basin. Limnol. Oceanogr.46(8): 1921-1935. Aufdenkampe, A.K. 08/2004
Araujo-Lima, C. A. R. M., B. R. Forsberg, R. Victoria, and L. Martinelli. 1986. Energy sources for detritivorous fishes in the Amazon. Science, 234: 1256-1258. Araujo-Lima, C.A.R.M. 08/2004
Amon, R. M. W., and R. Benner. 1996. Bacterial utilization of different size classes of dissolved organic matter. Limnol. Oceanogr., 41: 41-51. Amon, R.M.W. 08/2004
Amon, R. M. W., and R. Benner. 1996. Photochemical and microbial consumption of dissolved organic carbon and dissolved oxygen in the Amazon River system. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 60: 1783-1792 Amon, R.M.W. 08/2004