Thomas B. Parr
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Molecular composition and biodegradability of soil organic matter: a case study comparing two new England forest types
T Ohno, TB Parr, MCI Gruselle, IJ Fernandez, RL Sleighter, PG Hatcher
Environmental science & technology 48 (13), 7229-7236, 2014
Urbanization changes the composition and bioavailability of dissolved organic matter in headwater streams
TB Parr, CS Cronan, T Ohno, SEG Findlay, SMC Smith, KS Simon
Limnology and Oceanography 60 (3), 885-900, 2015
Dissolved organic carbon uptake in streams: A review and assessment of reach‐scale measurements
MM Mineau, WM Wollheim, I Buffam, SEG Findlay, RO Hall Jr, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 121 (8), 2019-2029, 2016
Particulate organic matter quality influences nitrate retention and denitrification in stream sediments: evidence from a carbon burial experiment
RS Stelzer, J Thad Scott, LA Bartsch, T Parr
Biogeochemistry 119 (1), 387-402, 2014
Chemical force spectroscopy evidence supporting the layer-by-layer model of organic matter binding to iron (oxy) hydroxide mineral surfaces
AW Chassé, T Ohno, SR Higgins, A Amirbahman, N Yildirim, TB Parr
Environmental science & technology 49 (16), 9733-9741, 2015
Potential roles of past, present, and future urbanization characteristics in producing varied stream responses
TB Parr, NJ Smucker, CN Bentsen, MW Neale
Freshwater Science 35 (1), 436-443, 2016
Biogeochemical hotspots in forested landscapes: the role of vernal pools in denitrification and organic matter processing
KA Capps, R Rancatti, N Tomczyk, TB Parr, AJK Calhoun, M Hunter
Ecosystems 17 (8), 1455-1468, 2014
Urbanization and stream ecology: diverse mechanisms of change
AH Roy, KA Capps, RW El-Sabaawi, KL Jones, TB Parr, A Ramírez, ...
Freshwater Science 35 (1), 272-277, 2016
Dissolved organic matter
SEG Findlay, TB Parr
Methods in stream ecology, 21-36, 2017
Particulate nitrogen exports in stream runoff exceed dissolved nitrogen forms during large tropical storms in a temperate, headwater, forested watershed
S Inamdar, G Dhillon, S Singh, T Parr, Z Qin
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 120 (8), 1548-1566, 2015
comPARAFAC: a library and tools for rapid and quantitative comparison of dissolved organic matter components resolved by Parallel Factor Analysis
TB Parr, T Ohno, CS Cronan, KS Simon
Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 12 (3), 114-125, 2014
Isostructural self-assembled monolayers. 2. Methyl 1-(3-mercaptopropyl)-oligo (ethylene oxide) s
DJ Vanderah, T Parr, V Silin, CW Meuse, RS Gates, H La, G Valincius
Langmuir 20 (4), 1311-1316, 2004
Evolution of particulate organic matter (POM) along a headwater drainage: role of sources, particle size class, and storm magnitude
RD Rowland, SP Inamdar, TB Parr
Biogeochemistry 133, 181-200, 2017
Aligning indicators of community composition and biogeochemical function in stream monitoring and ecological assessments
TB Parr, CS Cronan, TJ Danielson, L Tsomides, KS Simon
Ecological Indicators 60, 970-979, 2016
Biomass distribution of fishes and mussels mediates spatial and temporal heterogeneity in nutrient cycling in streams
GW Hopper, KB Gido, CC Vaughn, TB Parr, TG Popejoy, CL Atkinson, ...
Oecologia 188 (4), 1133-1144, 2018
Animal‐mediated organic matter transformation: Aquatic insects as a source of microbially bioavailable organic nutrients and energy
TB Parr, KA Capps, SP Inamdar, KA Metcalf
Functional Ecology 33 (3), 524-535, 2019
14C mean residence time and its relationship with thermal stability and molecular composition of soil organic matter: A case study of deciduous and coniferous forest types
T Ohno, KA Heckman, AF Plante, IJ Fernandez, TB Parr
Geoderma 208, 1-8, 2017
Length-mass equations for freshwater unionid mussel assemblages: Implications for estimating ecosystem function
CL Atkinson, TB Parr, BC van Ee, DD Knapp, M Winebarger, KJ Madoni, ...
Freshwater Science 39 (3), 377-390, 2020
Animal effects on dissolved organic carbon bioavailability in an algal controlled ecosystem
TB Parr, CC Vaughn, KB Gido
Freshwater Biology 65 (7), 1298-1310, 2020
Agricultural practices and hydrologic conditions shape the temporal pattern of soil and stream water dissolved organic matter
G Humbert, TB Parr, L Jeanneau, R Dupas, P Petitjean, N Akkal-Corfini, ...
Ecosystems 23 (7), 1325-1343, 2020
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