Patrick Inglett
Patrick Inglett
Associate Professor of Aquatic Biogeochemistry, University of Florida
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The ferrozine method revisited: Fe (II)/Fe (III) determination in natural waters
E Viollier, PW Inglett, K Hunter, AN Roychoudhury, P Van Cappellen
Applied geochemistry 15 (6), 785-790, 2000
Temperature sensitivity of greenhouse gas production in wetland soils of different vegetation
KS Inglett, PW Inglett, KR Reddy, TZ Osborne
Biogeochemistry 108 (1), 77-90, 2012
Periphyton chemistry and nitrogenase activity in a northern Everglades ecosystem
PW Inglett, KR Reddy, PV McCormick
Biogeochemistry 67 (2), 213-233, 2004
Stable isotope (δ13C and δ15N) values of sediment organic matter in subtropical lakes of different trophic status
IC Torres, PW Inglett, M Brenner, WF Kenney, KR Reddy
Journal of Paleolimnology 47 (4), 693-706, 2012
Anaerobic soils
PW Inglett, KR Reddy, R Corstanje
Elsevier, 2005
Phosphorus transformations during decomposition of wetland macrophytes
AW Cheesman, BL Turner, PW Inglett, KR Reddy
Environmental science & technology 44 (24), 9265-9271, 2010
Investigating the use of macrophyte stable C and N isotopic ratios as indicators of wetland eutrophication: patterns in the P‐affected Everglades
PW Inglett, KR Reddy
Limnology and Oceanography 51 (5), 2380-2387, 2006
The use of senescent plant biomass to investigate relationships between potential particulate and dissolved organic matter in a wetland ecosystem
TZ Osborne, PW Inglett, KR Reddy
Aquatic Botany 86 (1), 53-61, 2007
Biogeochemistry of nitrogen across the Everglades landscape
PW Inglett, VH Rivera-Monroy, JR Wozniak
Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology 41 (S1), 187-216, 2011
Increased soil stable nitrogen isotopic ratio following phosphorus enrichment: historical patterns and tests of two hypotheses in a phosphorus-limited wetland
PW Inglett, KR Reddy, S Newman, B Lorenzen
Oecologia 153 (1), 99-109, 2007
Rate of warming affects temperature sensitivity of anaerobic peat decomposition and greenhouse gas production
D Sihi, PW Inglett, S Gerber, KS Inglett
Global change biology 24 (1), e259-e274, 2018
Nutrient release from combustion residues of two contrasting herbaceous vegetation types
BA Hogue, PW Inglett
Science of the Total Environment 431, 9-19, 2012
Nitrogen dynamics of a large-scale constructed wetland used to remove excess nitrogen from eutrophic lake water
EJ Dunne, MF Coveney, ER Marzolf, VR Hoge, R Conrow, R Naleway, ...
Ecological engineering 61, 224-234, 2013
Carbon quality and nutrient status drive the temperature sensitivity of organic matter decomposition in subtropical peat soils
D Sihi, PW Inglett, KS Inglett
Biogeochemistry 131 (1), 103-119, 2016
Comparing models of microbial–substrate interactions and their response to warming
D Sihi, S Gerber, PW Inglett, KS Inglett
Biogeosciences 13 (6), 1733-1752, 2016
Soil microbial community composition in a restored calcareous subtropical wetland
KS Inglett, PW Inglett, KR Reddy
Soil Science Society of America Journal 75 (5), 1731-1740, 2011
Microscopic examination of photoautotrophic and phosphatase‐producing organisms in phosphorus‐limited Everglades periphyton mats
K Sharma, PW Inglett, KR Reddy, AV Ogram
Limnology and Oceanography 50 (6), 2057-2062, 2005
Biogeochemical changes during early development of restored calcareous wetland soils
PW Inglett, KS Inglett
Geoderma 192, 132-141, 2013
Soil Organic Carbon and Nitrogen and Distribution of Carbon‐13 and Nitrogen‐15 in Aggregates of Everglades Histosols
AL Wright, PW Inglett
Soil Science Society of America Journal 73 (2), 427-433, 2009
Marine‐derived nutrients from green turtle nests subsidize terrestrial beach ecosystems
HB Vander Zanden, KA Bjorndal, PW Inglett, AB Bolten
Biotropica 44 (3), 294-301, 2012
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