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2013
Giles CD, Rutila EC, Schroth AW, Druschel G. Characterization of Particulate Phosphorus in a Hydrologic Transect of the Lake Champlain Basin, Vermont, USA: Phosphorus Species Analysis and Enzyme Lability. In: Gordon Research Conference: The Metabolic Basis of Ecology. Gordon Research Conference: The Metabolic Basis of Ecology. Biddeford, ME; 2013. p. .
Druschel G, Shufelt N, Lee L, Schroth AW, Hill JE, Rizzo DM, Giles CD, Watson M. Dynamic redox oscillations in freshwater lake sediments driving phosphate flux through iron and manganese oxide transformations. In: 245th ACS (American Chemical Society) National Meeting & Exposition. 245th ACS (American Chemical Society) National Meeting & Exposition. New Orleans, LA; 2013. p. .
Isles PDF, Giles CD, Schroth AW, Schuett E, Gearhart T, Druschel G. HIGH-TEMPORAL-RESOLUTION MONITORING OF HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOM DYNAMICS IN A HIGHLY EUTROPHIC SHALLOW BAY OF LAKE CHAMPLAIN. In: ASLO Annual Conference. ASLO Annual Conference. New Orleans, LA.; 2013. p. .
Giles CD. Organic anion production by Pseudomonas sp. facilitates the mineralization of phytate and improves the growth of Nicotiana tabacum supplied with insoluble calcium-phytate. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 2013.
Giles CD, Rutila EC. Phosphorus Characterization in Freshwater Lake Sediments using 31P NMR Spectroscopy and Enzyme Hydrolysis: Addressing Seasonal Mobility and Bioavailability Associated with Redox Conditions. Environmental Science and Technology. 2013.
Giles CD, Lee LG, Cade-Menun BJ, Rutila BC, Schroth AW, Xu Y, Hill JE, Druschel G. The Use of Enzyme Hydrolysis to Assess the Seasonal Mobility and Bioavailability of Organic Phosphorus in Lake Sediments. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2013. 2013.
2014
Giles CD, Lee LG, Rutila R, Cade-Minun BJ, Hill JE, Isles PDF, Druschel G, Schroth AW. Characterization of Organic Phosphorus Forms and Bioavailability in Lake Sediments using 31-P NMR and Enzymatic Hydrolysis. Water Res. 2014.
Xu Y, Schroth AW, Jones J, Isles PDF, Giles CD, Stockwell JD, Gearhart T. Examining the Relationships between Nutrient, Temperature and Chlorophyll Maxima with a Novel Modeling Approach: Implications for Climate-Related Eutrophication Management. Freshwater Biology. 2014.
Giles CD, Isles PDF, Xu Y, Druschel G, Schroth AW. The mobility of phosphorus and metals in the sediment-water continuum of a shallow freshwater lake under stratified and mixed water-column conditions. Limnol. Oceanogr. 2014.
Giles CD, Cade-Menun BJ. Phytate in Animal Manure and Soils: Abundance, Chemistry and Bioavailability. In: Applied Manure and Nutrient Chemistry for Sustainable Agriculture. Applied Manure and Nutrient Chemistry for Sustainable Agriculture. ; 2014. p. .
Giles CD, Hsu P-C (L), Richardson AE, Hurst MRH, Hill JE. Plant assimilation of phosphorus from an insoluble organic form is improved by addition of an organic anion producing Pseudomonas sp. Soil Biology and Biochemistry [Internet]. 2014;68:263 - 269. Available from: http://ac.els-cdn.com/S0038071713003271/1-s2.0-S0038071713003271-main.pdf?_tid=7bb8554a-c018-11e3-88c4-00000aacb360&acdnat=1397069893_d67f73f609ccad8b172d8c21cc103970
Giles CD, Cade-Menun BJ, Hill JE. The short-term transport and transformation of phosphorus species in a saturated soil following poultry manure amendment and leaching. Geoderma. 2014.