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Emily Graham

Ecosystem Science
Earth Scientist
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
PO Box 999
MSIN: J4-18
Richland, WA 99352

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  • Brislawn C.J., E.B. Graham, K.L. Dana, P.D. Ilhardt, S.J. Fansler, W.B. Chrisler, and J.B. Cliff, et al. 2019. "Forfeiting the priority effect: turnover defines biofilm community succession." The ISME Journal 13, no. 7:1865-1877. PNNL-SA-133067. doi:10.1038/s41396-019-0396-x
  • Graham E.B., F. Yang, S.L. Bell, and K.S. Hofmockel. 2019. "High Genetic Potential for Proteolytic Decomposition in Northern Peatland Ecosystems." Applied Environmental Microbiology 85, no. 10:Article No. e02851-18. PNNL-SA-136389. doi:10.1128/AEM.02851-18
  • Graham E.B., J.C. Stegen, M. Huang, X. Chen, and T.D. Scheibe. 2019. "Subsurface biogeochemistry is a missing link between ecology and hydrology in dam-impacted river corridors." Science of the Total Environment 657. PNNL-SA-132468. doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.11.414


  • Graham E.B., A.R. Crump, D.W. Kennedy, E.V. Arntzen, S.J. Fansler, S.O. Purvine, and C.D. Nicora, et al. 2018. "Multi ‘omics comparison reveals metabolome biochemistry, not microbiome composition or gene expression, corresponds to elevated biogeochemical function in the hyporheic zone." Science of the Total Environment 642. PNNL-SA-133671. doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.05.256
  • Graham E.B., R.S. Gabor, S. Schooler, D.M. Mcknight, D.R. Nemergut, and J. Knelman. 2018. "Oligotrophic Wetland Sediments Susceptible to Shifts in Microbiomes and Mercury Cycling with Dissolved Organic Matter Addition." PeerJ 6. PNNL-SA-120643. doi:10.7717/peerj.4575
  • Hall E.K., E. Bernhardt, R. Bier, M. Bradford, C.M. Boot, J. Cotner, and P. del Giorgio, et al. 2018. "Understanding How Microbiomes Influence The Systems They Inhabit." Nature Microbiology 3, no. 9:977-982. PNNL-SA-136262. doi:10.1038/s41564-018-0201-z
  • Plymale A.E., J.R. Wells, E.B. Graham, O. Qafoku, S.M. Brooks, and B.D. Lee. 2018. "Bacterial productivity in a ferrocyanide-contaminated aquifer at a nuclear waste site." Water 10, no. 8:Article No. 1072. PNNL-SA-135770. doi:10.3390/w10081072
  • Song X., X. Chen, J.C. Stegen, G. Hammond, H. Song, H. Dai, and E.B. Graham, et al. 2018. "Drought Conditions Maximize the Impact of High-Frequency Flow Variations on Thermal Regimes and Biogeochemical Function in the Hyporheic Zone." Water Resources Research 54, no. 10:7361-7382. PNNL-SA-123922. doi:10.1029/2018WR022586
  • Stegen J.C., T.C. Johnson, J.K. Fredrickson, M.J. Wilkins, A.E. Konopka, W.C. Nelson, and E.V. Arntzen, et al. 2018. "Influences of organic carbon speciation on hyporheic corridor biogeochemistry and microbial ecology." Nature Communications 9, no. 1:Article No. 585. PNNL-SA-129526. doi:10.1038/s41467-018-02922-9


  • Graham E.B., J.C. Stegen, A.R. Crump, C.T. Resch, S.J. Fansler, E.V. Arntzen, and D.W. Kennedy, et al. 2017. "Organic carbon thermodynamics elucidate spatiotemporal mechanisms governing hyporheic zone biogeochemical cycling." In Proceedings of the Subsurface Biogeochemical Research and Terrestrial Ecosystem Science Joint Meeting April 25-26, 2017, Potomac, Maryland. Washington, District Of Columbia:US Department of Energy, Office of Biological and Environmental Research. PNNL-SA-125130.
  • Graham E.B., M.M. Tfaily, A.R. Crump, A.E. Goldman, L.M. Bramer, E.V. Arntzen, and E.B. Romero, et al. 2017. "Carbon inputs from riparian vegetation limit oxidation of physically bound organic carbon via biochemical and thermodynamic processes." Journal of Geophysical Research. Biogeosciences 122, no. 12:3188-3205. PNNL-SA-125144. doi:10.1002/2017JG003967

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