The list of publications from the Wetland Biogeochemistry lab contains 22 peer-reviewed journal articles, 4 peer-reviewed book chapters, and 4 non-peer-reviewed items. Many of the publications are freely available online, either because they were published as open-access articles or are old enough that the publisher has made the items available. Electronic copies of many of the other publications can be found elsewhere online; you might start with my Google Scholar profile or my ResearchGate pages. You can also request copies of these publications by e-mailing me directly at

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30) Lee, D.Y., O.A. De Meo, A.L. Tillett, R.B. Thomas, S.C. Neubauer. 2016. Design and construction of an automated irrigation system for simulating saltwater intrusion in a tidal freshwater wetland. Wetlands, 36:889-898. doi: 10.1007/s13157-016-0801-4.

29) Krauss, K.W., B.C. Perez, G.O. Holm Jr., D.E. McWhorter, N. Cormier, R.F. Moss, D.J. Johnson, S.C. Neubauer, R.C. Raynie. 2016. Component greenhouse gas fluxes and radiative forcing from degrading and healthy coastal deltaic marshes: Pairing chamber techniques and eddy covariance. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences, 121:1503-1521. doi: 10.1002/2015JG003224.

28) Morris, J.T., D.C. Barber, J. Callaway, R. Chambers, S.C. Hagen, C. Hopkinson, B.J. Johnson, J.P. Megonigal, S.C. Neubauer, T. Troxler, C. Wigand. 2016. Contributions of organic and inorganic matter to volume and accretion in tidal wetlands at steady state. Earth’s Future. 4. doi: 10.1002/2015EF000334 (free through open access).

27) Herbert, E.R., P. Boon, A.J. Burgin, S.C. Neubauer, R.B. Franklin, M. Ardón, K.N. Hopfensperger, L.P.M. Lamers, and P. Gell. 2015. A global perspective on wetland salinization: Ecological consequences of a growing threat to freshwater wetlands. Ecosphere. 6: Article 206. doi: 10.1890/ES14-00534.1 (free through open access).

26) Neubauer, S.C. and J.P. Megonigal. 2015. Moving beyond global warming potentials to quantify the climatic role of ecosystems. Ecosystems. 18:1000-1013. doi: 10.1007/s10021-015-9879-4 (free through open access). F1000 Faculty recommendation

25) Weston, N.B., S.C. Neubauer, D.J. Velinsky, and M.A. Vile. 2014. Net ecosystem carbon exchange and the greenhouse gas balance of tidal marshes along an estuarine salinity gradient. Biogeochemistry. 120:163-189. doi: 10.1007/s10533-014-9989-7.

24) Neubauer, S.C. 2014. On the challenges of modeling the net radiative forcing of wetlands: Reconsidering Mitsch et al. (2013). Landscape Ecology. 29:571-577. doi: 10.1007/s10980-014-9986-1.

23) Morrissey, E.M., D.J. Berrier, S.C. Neubauer, and R.B. Franklin. 2014. Using microbial communities and extracellular enzymes to link soil organic matter characteristics to greenhouse gas production in a tidal freshwater wetland. Biogeochemistry. 117:473-490. doi: 10.1007/s10533-013-9894-5.

22) Neubauer, S.C. 2013. Carbon sequestration in wetland soils: Importance, mechanisms, and future prospects. Society of Wetland Scientists Research Brief. Oct 2013-0001. 4 pp. (free access) (not peer-reviewed)

21) Neubauer, S.C. 2013. Carbon sequestration in wetland soils: Importance, mechanisms, and future prospects. National Wetlands Newsletter. Environmental Law Institute. vol. 35(5):12-14,25. Sep/Oct 2013. subscription required for access (not peer-reviewed)

20) Neubauer, S.C., R.B. Franklin, and D. J. Berrier. 2013. Saltwater intrusion into tidal freshwater marshes alters the biogeochemical processing of organic carbon. Biogeosciences. 10:8171-8183. doi: 10.5194/bg-10-8171-2013.

19) Neubauer, S.C. 2013. Ecosystem responses of a tidal freshwater marsh experiencing saltwater intrusion and altered hydrology. Estuaries and Coasts. 36:491-507. doi: 10.1007/s12237-011-9455-x.

18) Ribaudo, C., M. Bartoli, D. Longhi, S. Castaldi, S.C. Neubauer, and P. Viaroli. 2012. CO2 and CH4 fluxes across a Nuphar lutea (L.) Sm. stand. Journal of Limnology. 71:200-210. doi: 10.4081/mnol.2012.e21.

17) Weston, N.B., M.A. Vile, S.C. Neubauer, and D.J. Velinsky. 2011. Accelerated microbial organic matter mineralization following salt-water intrusion into tidal freshwater marsh soils. Biogeochemistry. 102:135-151. doi: 10.1007/s10533-010-9427-4.

16) Neubauer, S.C. 2010. Book review: Silliman, B.R., E.D. Grosholz, and M.D. Bertness (ed.) Human impacts on salt marshes: A global perspective. Wetlands. 30:173-175. doi: 10.1007/s13157-009-0013-2. (not peer-reviewed)

15) Megonigal, J.P. and S.C. Neubauer. 2009. Biogeochemistry of tidal freshwater wetlands. pp. 535-562 in: G. Perillo, E. Wolanski, D. Cahoon, M. Brinson (eds). Coastal wetlands: An integrated ecosystem approach. Elsevier. purchase book from Elsevier.

14) Tobias, C.R. and S.C. Neubauer. 2009. Salt marsh biogeochemistry: An overview. pp. 445-492 in: G. Perillo, E. Wolanski, D. Cahoon, M. Brinson (eds). Coastal wetlands: An integrated ecosystem approach. Elsevier. purchase book from Elsevier.

13) Neubauer, S.C. and C.B. Craft. 2009. Global change and tidal freshwater wetlands: Scenarios and impacts. pp. 253-266 in: A. Barendregt, D.F. Whigham, and A.H. Baldwin (eds). Tidal freshwater wetlands. Backhuys Publishers, Leiden, The Netherlands. purchase book from

12) Neubauer, S.C. 2008. Contributions of mineral and organic components to tidal freshwater marsh accretion. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 78:78-88. doi: 10.1016/j.ecss.2007.11.011.

11) Neubauer, S.C., D. Emerson, and J.P. Megonigal. 2008. Microbial oxidation and reduction of iron in the root zone and influences on metal mobility. pp 339-371 in: A. Violante, P.M. Huang, and G.M. Gadd (eds). Biophysico-chemical processes of heavy metals and metalloids in soil environments. John Wiley and Sons, Hoboken NJ. purchase book from

10) Weiss, J.V., J. Rentz, S.C. Neubauer, M. Floyd, T. Lilburn, J.P. Megonigal, and D. Emerson. 2007. Characterization of neutrophilic Fe(II)-oxidizing bacteria isolated from the wetland plant rhizosphere and description of Ferritrophicum radicicola gen. nov. sp. nov, and Sideroxydans paludicola sp. nov. Geomicrobiology Journal. 24:559-570. doi: 10.1080/01490450701670152.

9) Neubauer, S.C., G.E. Toledo-Durán, D. Emerson, and J.P. Megonigal. 2007. Returning to their roots: Iron-oxidizing bacteria enhance short-term plaque formation in the wetland-plant rhizosphere. Geomicrobiology Journal. 24:65-73. doi: 10.1080/01490450601134309.

8) Whigham, D.F., A. Barendregt, C.B. Craft, S.C. Neubauer. 2007. Climate change consequences for tidal freshwater wetlands at the east and west coast of the Atlantic. Proceedings of the 7th International Association of Landscape Ecology. Wageningen, The Netherlands. download pdf. (not peer reviewed)

7) Neubauer, S.C., K. Givler, SK Valentine, and J.P. Megonigal. 2005. Seasonal patterns and plant-mediated controls of subsurface wetland biogeochemistry. Ecology. 86:3334-3344. doi: 10.1890/04-1951.

6) Neubauer, S.C., I.C. Anderson, and B.B. Neikirk. 2005. Nitrogen cycling and ecosystem exchanges in a Virginia tidal freshwater marsh. Estuaries. 28:909-922. doi: 10.1007/BF02696019.

5) Neubauer, S.C. and I.C. Anderson. 2003. Transport of dissolved inorganic carbon from a tidal freshwater marsh to the York River estuary. Limnology and Oceanography. 48:299-307. doi: 10.4319/lo.2003.48.1.0299 (free from publisher).

4) Neubauer, S.C., J.A. Constantine, I.C. Anderson, and S.A. Kuehl. 2002. Sediment deposition and accretion in a mid-Atlantic (U.S.A.) tidal freshwater marsh. Estuarine, Coastal, and Shelf Science. 54:713-727. doi:10.1006/ecss.2001.0854.

3) Neubauer, S.C., D. Emerson, and J.P. Megonigal. 2002. Life at the energetic edge: Kinetics of circumneutral iron oxidation by lithotrophic iron-oxidizing bacteria isolated from the wetland-plant rhizosphere. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 68:3988-3995. doi: 10.1128/AEM.68.8.3988-3995.2002 (free from publisher).

2) Miller, W.D., S.C. Neubauer, and I.C. Anderson. 2001. Effects of sea-level induced disturbances on high salt marsh metabolism. Estuaries. 24:357-367. doi: 10.2307/1353238.

1) Neubauer, S.C., W.D. Miller, and I.C. Anderson. 2000. Carbon cycling in a tidal freshwater marsh ecosystem: a carbon gas flux study. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 199:13-31. doi: 10.3354/meps199013 (free from publisher).