Publications

*denotes student author

87. Gaiser, E.E., J.S. Kominoski, D.M. McKnight, C.A. Bahlai, C. Cheng, S. Record, W. Wollheim, K.R. Christianson, M.R. Downs, T.K. Harms, P.A. Hawman, S.J. Holbrook, A. Kumar, D.R. Mishra, N.P. Molotch, R.B. Primack, A. Rassweiler, R.J. Schmitt, L. Sutter. Long-term ecological research and the COVID-19 anthropause: A window to understanding social-ecological disturbance. Ecosphere (in review).

86. Kuhn, A.L., J.S. Kominoski, A.R. Armitage, S.P. Charles, S.C. Pennings, C.A. Weaver, T.R. Maddox. Hidden hurricane legacies: elevated sulfide and decreased root biomass in coastal wetlands. Ecology (in revision).

85. *Servais, S. J.S. Kominoski, M. Fernandez*, K. Morales*. Experimental saltwater and phosphorus additions lead to microbial biogeochemical changes in wetland soil mesocosms. Ecosphere (in review).

84. Kominoski, J.S., J. Pachόn*, J. Brock, C. McVoy. Understanding drivers of aquatic ecosystem metabolism in Everglades ridge and slough wetlands. Ecosphere (in review).

83. Pennings, S.C., R. Glazner, Z. Hughes, J.S. Kominoski, A.R. Armitage. Effects of mangrove cover on coastal erosion during a hurricane in Texas, USA. Ecology (in revision).

82. Kominoski, J.S., S.K. Chapman, W.K. Dodds, J.J. Follstad Shah, J.S. Richardson. Understanding the causes and consequences of global changes in riparian vegetation on litter decomposition throughout river networks. In C.M. Swan, L. Boyero, C. Canhoto (Eds). Litter Decomposition in Freshwater Ecosystems. Springer (in press).

81. Kominoski, J.S., M. Fernandez*, P. Breault*, V. Sclater, B.B. Rothermel. Water availability drives post-fire nutrient cycling and plant community recovery in intermittent wetlands. Ecosystems (in revision).

80. Meeder, J.F., R.W. Parkinson, M.S. Ross, J.S. Kominoski, and S. Castañeda. Global implications of increased coastal organic carbon storage associated with mangrove expansion in response to accelerating rate of sea-level rise, Biscayne Bay, Florida, U.S.A. Estuaries and Coasts (in revision).

79. Malone, S. L., J. Zhao, J. S. Kominoski, G. Starr, C. L. Staudhammer, P. C. Olivas, J. C. Cummings, and S. F. Oberbauer. Integrating aquatic metabolism and net ecosystem CO2 balance in calcareous short- and long-hydroperiod subtropical freshwater wetlands. Ecosystems (in revision).

78. *Bumpers, P.M., A.D. Rosemond, D.W.P. Manning, J.S. Kominoski, J.P. Benstead, L.M. Demi. Experimental nutrient enrichment of forest streams alters the concentration, timing, and total storage of nutrients in particulate basal resources. Ecosystems (in revision).

77. Lee, D.Y., J.S. Kominoski, H. Briceño, S. Thomas, J.N. Boyer, C.J. Madden. Increased seagrass biomass buffers planktonic responses to marine storms and sea-level rise in shallow oligotrophic estuaries. Ecosystems (in revision).

76. Nocentini, A., J.S. Kominoski, J.P. Sah. Comparing biogeochemical legacies of fire in shorter- and longer-hydroperiod wetlands with different soil types. Ecosphere (in press).

75. Ardón, M., L.H. Zeglin, R.M. Utz, S.D. Cooper, W.K. Dodds, R.J. Bixby, A. Burdett, J.J. Follstad Shah, N.A. Griffiths, T.K. Harms, L.T. Johnson, S.L. Johnson, J. Jones, J.S. Kominoski, W.H. McDowell, A.D. Rosemond, M.T. Trentman, D. Van Horn, A. Ward. Experimental nitrogen and phosphorus enrichment stimulates multiple trophic levels of algal and detrital-based food webs: A global meta-analysis from streams and rivers. Biological Reviews (in press).

74. Zeller, M.A., B.R. Van Dam, C. Lopes*, J.S. Kominoski. Carbonate-associated organic matter is a putative FDOM source in a subtropical seagrass meadow. Frontiers in Marine Science (in press).

73. *Sarker, S.K., J.S. Kominoski, E.E. Gaiser, L.J. Scinto, D.T. Rudnick. Quantifying effects of increased hydroperiod on wetland nutrient concentrations during early phases of freshwater restoration of the Florida Everglades. Restoration Ecology (in press).

72. *Hogan, J.A., R.A. Feagin, G. Starr, M. Ross, T.-C. Lin, C. O’Connell, B.A. Stauffer, K.L. Robinson, M. Chapela Lara, J. Xue, B. Kiel Reese, S.J. Geist, E.R. Whitman, S. Douglas, V.M. Congdon, J.W. Reustle, R.S. Smith, D. Lagomasino, B.A. Strickland, S.S. Wilson, E.C. Proffitt, D.J. Hogan, B.L. Branhoff, A.R. Armitage, S.A. Rush, R.O. Santos, M Campos-Cerqueira, P.A. Montagna, B. Erisman, L. Walker, W.L. Silver, T.A. Crowl, M. Wetz, N. Hall, X. Zou, S.C. Pennings, L.-J. Wang, C.-T. Chang, M. Leon, W.H. McDowell, J.S. Kominoski, C.J. Patrick. A research framework to investigate ecosystem responses to tropical cyclones. BioScience (in press).

71. *Manning, D.W.P., A.D. Rosemond, J.P. Benstead, P.K. Bumpers*, J.S. Kominoski. Transport of N and P in U.S. streams and rivers differs with land use and between dissolved and particulate forms. Ecological Applications (in press).

70. *Servais, S., J.S. Kominoski, C. Coronado-Molina, L. Bauman, B.J. Wilson*, V. Mazzei*, S.E. Davis, E.E. Gaiser, S. Kelly, C.J. Madden, D.T. Rudnick, F. Santa Maria, J. Stachelek, F. Sklar, T.G. Troxler. Effects of saltwater pulses on soil microbial enzymes and organic matter breakdown in freshwater and brackish coastal wetlands. Estuaries and Coasts (in press). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12237-020-00708-1

69. Castañeda-Moya, E., V.H. Rivera-Monroy, R.M. Chambers, X. Zhao, L. Lamb-Wotton*, A. Gorsky, E.E. Gaiser, T.G. Troxler, J.S. Kominoski, M. Hiatt. Hurricanes fertilize mangrove forests in the Gulf of Mexico (Florida Everglades, USA). Proceedings of the National Academies of Science, USA (in press). https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1908597117

68. Kominoski, J.S., E.E. Gaiser, E. Castañeda-Moya, S.E. Davis, S. Dessu, P. Julian II*, D.Y. Lee, L. Marazzi, V.H. Rivera-Monroy, A. Sola*, U. Stingl, S. Stumpf, D. Surratt, R. Travieso, and T.G. Troxler. 2020. Disturbance legacies increase and synchronize nutrient concentrations and bacterial productivity in coastal ecosystems. Ecology (in press). https://doi.org/10.1002/ecy.2988

67. Gaiser, E.E., D.M. Bell, M.C.N. Castorani, D.L. Childers, P.M. Groffman, R.C. Jackson, J.S. Kominoski, D.P.C. Peters, S.T.A. Pickett, J. Ripplinger, & J.C. Zinnert. 2020. Long-term ecological research and evolving frameworks of disturbance ecology. BioScience 70:141-156. https://doi.org/10.1093/biosci/biz162

66. Patrick, C.J., Yeager, L., Armitage, A.R., Carvallo, F., Congdon, V., Dunton, K.H., Fisher, M., Hardison, A., Hogan, J., Hosen, J., Hu, X., Kiel Reese, B., Kinard, S., Kominoski, J.S., Lin, X., Liu, Z., Montagna, P.A., Pennings, S.C., Walker, L., Weaver, C.A., Wetz, M. 2020. Driving wind and torrential rain: impacts of Hurricane Harvey across ecosystems. Estuaries and Coasts (in press). DOI 10.1007/s12237-019-00690-3

65. *Mazzei, V., B.J. Wilson*, S.M. Servais*, S.P. Charles*, J.S. Kominoski, E.E. Gaiser. 2020. Periphyton as an indicator of saltwater intrusion into freshwater wetlands: insights from experimental mesocosms. Ecological Applications (in press). https://doi.org/10.1002/eap.2067

64. *Charles, S.P., J.S. Kominoski, A.R. Armitage, H. Guo, C. Weaver*, and S.C. Pennings. 2020. Quantifying how changing mangrove cover affects ecosystem carbon storage in coastal wetlands. Ecology e02916. https://doi.org/10.1002/ecy.2916

63. Dessu, S., R. Price, J.S. Kominoski, S. E. Davis, A. Wymore, W. McDowell, E. E. Gaiser. 2020. Percentile-Range Indexed Mapping and Evaluation (PRIME): a new tool for long term data discovery and application. Environmental Modelling and Software 124: 104580. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envsoft.2019.104580

62. *Charles, S.P., J.S. Kominoski, T. Troxler, E.E. Gaiser, S. Servais*, B.J. Wilson*, S.E. Davis, F.H. Sklar, C. Coronado-Molina, C.J. Madden, S.P. Kelly and D.T. Rudnick. 2019. Experimental saltwater intrusion drives rapid soil elevation and carbon loss in freshwater and brackish Everglades marshes. Estuaries and Coasts 42:1868-1881. DOI: 10.1007/s12237-019-00620-3

61. LeRoy, C.J., A.L. Hipp, K. Lueders, J.J. Follstad Shah, J.S. Kominoski, M. Ardón, W.K. Dodds, M.O. Gessner, N.A. Griffiths, A. Lecerf, D.W.P. Manning*, R.L Sinsabaugh, J.R. Webster. 2019. Plant phylogenetic history explains ecosystem processing at a global scale. Journal of Ecology 108:17-35. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2745.13262

60. Armitage, A. R., C. A. Weaver, J. S. Kominoski, and S. C. Pennings. 2019. Resistance to hurricane effects varies among wetland vegetation types in the marsh-mangrove ecotone. Estuaries and Coasts 1-12. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12237-019-00577-3

59. Breithaupt, J., N. Hurst, H.E. Steinmuller, E. Duga, J.M. Smoak, J.S. Kominoski, L.G. Chambers. 2019. Comparing the Biogeochemistry of Storm Surge Sediments and Pre-Storm Soils in Coastal Wetlands: Hurricane Irma and the Florida Everglades. Estuaries and Coasts 1-14. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12237-019-00607-0

58. *Wilson, B.J., S.M. Servais*, S.P. Charles*, V. Mazzei*, E.E. Gaiser, J.S. Kominoski, J.H. Richards, and T.G. Troxler. 2019. Phosphorus alleviation of salinity stress: effects of saltwater intrusion on an Everglades freshwater peat marsh. Ecology 100:e02672 https://doi.org/10.1002/ecy.2672

57. Tully, K., K. Gedan, A. Strong, E. Bernhardt, T. BenDor, M. Mitchell, J.S. Kominoski, T. Jordan, S. Neubauer, N. Weston. 2019. The invisible flood: the chemistry, ecology, and consequences of saltwater intrusion. BioScience 69:368-378. https://doi.org/10.1093/biosci/biz027

56. *Servais, S.M., J.S. Kominoski, S.P. Charles*, E.E. Gaiser, V. Mazzei*, T.G. Troxler, B.J. Wilson*. 2019. Saltwater intrusion and soil carbon loss: Testing effects of salinity and phosphorus loading on microbial functions in experimental freshwater wetlands. Geoderma 337:1291-1300. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geoderma.2018.11.013

55. *Servais, S.M., J.S. Kominoski, S.E. Davis, E.E. Gaiser, J. Pachόn*, and T.G. Troxler. 2019. Testing nutrient-limitation effects on disturbance recovery in experimental mangrove wetlands. Wetlands 39:337-347. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13157-018-1100-z

54. Troxler, T.G., G. Starr, J.N. Boyer, J.D. Fuentes, R. Jaffe, S. Malone, J. Barr, S. Davis, L. Collado-Vides, J. Breithaupt*, A. Saha, R. Chambers, C. Madden, J.D. Smoak, J. Fourqurean, G. Koch, J.S. Kominoski, L. Scinto, S. Oberbauer, V. Rivera-Monroy, E. Castaneda, N. Schulte*, S.P. Charles*, J. Richards, D. Rudnick, and K. Whelan. 2019. Carbon Cycles in the Florida Coastal Everglades Social-Ecological System Across Scales. In D.L. Childers, E.E. Gaiser, and L. Ogden (Eds). The Coastal Everglades: The Dynamics of Social-Ecological Transformation in the South Florida Landscape. Oxford University Press.

53. Kominoski, J.S., J. Rehage, W. Anderson, R. Boecek*, H. Briceño, M. Bush*, T. Dreschel, M. Heithaus, R. Jaffé, L. Larsen, P. Matich, C. McVoy, A. Rosenblatt, and T. Troxler.  2019.  Ecosystem Fragmentation and Connectivity – Legacies and Future Implications of a Restored Everglades. In D.L. Childers, E.E. Gaiser, and L. Ogden (Eds). The Coastal Everglades: The Dynamics of Social-Ecological Transformation in the South Florida Landscape. Oxford University Press.

52. *Wilson, B.J., S.M. Servais*, V. Mazzei*. L. Bauman, S.E. Davis, E.E. Gaiser, S. Kelly, J.S. Kominoski, C.J. Madden, J.H. Richards, D. Rudnick, F. Sklar, J. Stachelek, T.G. Troxler. 2018. Salinity pulses interact with seasonal dry-down to increase ecosystem carbon loss in marshes of the Florida Everglades. Ecological Applications 28:2092-2108.

51. *Wilson, B.J., S.M. Servais*, S.P. Charles*, S.E. Davis, E.E. Gaiser, J.S. Kominoski , J. Richards, T.G. Troxler. 2018. Declines in plant productivity drive carbon loss from brackish coastal wetland mesocosms exposed to saltwater intrusion. Estuaries and Coasts 41:2147-2158. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12237-018-0438-z

50. Kominoski, J.S., E.E. Gaiser, S.G. Baer. 2018. Advancing theories of ecosystem development through long-term ecological research. BioScience 68:554-562. https://doi.org/10.1093/biosci/biy070.

49. Marazzi, L., C.M. Finlayson, P.A. Gell, P. Julian, J.S. Kominoski, and E.E. Gaiser. 2018. Balancing wetland restoration benefits to people and nature. The Solutions Journal, Volume 9, Issue 3. https://www.thesolutionsjournal.com/article/balancing-wetland-restoration-benefits-people-nature/

48. *Mazzei, V., E.E. Gaiser, J.S. Kominoski, B.J. Wilson*, S.M. Servais*, L. Bauman, S.E. Davis, S. Kelly, F. Sklar, D. Rudnick, J. Stachelek, T.G. Troxler. 2018. Functional and compositional responses of periphyton mats to simulated saltwater intrusion in the southern Everglades. Estuaries and Coasts 41:2105-2119.

47. Davis, S.E., R. Boucek, E. Castañeda-Moya, S. Dessu, E.E. Gaiser, J.S. Kominoski, J.P. Sah, D. Surratt, and T.G. Troxler. 2018. Episodic disturbances drive nutrient dynamics along freshwater-to-estuary gradients in a subtropical wetland. Ecosphere 9:e02296. https://doi.org/10.1002/ecs2.2296

46.  *Song, C., W.K. Dodds, J. Ruegg, A. Argerich, C.L. Baker*, W.B. Bowden, M.M. Douglas, K.J. Farrell*, M.B. Flinn, E.A. Garcia, A.M. Helton, T.K. Harms, S. Jia, J.B. Jones, L.E. Koenig*, J.S. Kominoski, W.H. McDowell, D. McMaster, S.P. Parker*, A.D. Rosemond, C.M. Rung, K.R. Sheehan, M.T. Trentman*, M.R. Whiles, W.M. Wollheim, F. Ballantyne. 2018. Continental-scale decrease in net primary productivity in streams due to climate warming. Nature Geoscience 11:415-420. https://www.nature.com/articles/s41561-018-0125-5

45. *Farrell, K.J., A.D. Rosemond, J.S. Kominoski, S.M. Bonjour*, J. Rüegg, L.E. Koenig*, C.L. Baker*, M.T. Trentman*, and T.K. Harms. 2018. Variation in detrital resource stoichiometry signals differential carbon to nutrient limitation for stream consumers across biomes. Ecosystems 21:1676-1691. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10021-018-0247-z

44. McPhillips, L. E., H. Chang, M. V. Chester, Y. Depietri, E. Friedman, N. B. Grimm, J. S. Kominoski, T. McPhearson, P. Méndez-Lázaro, E. J. Rosi, and J. Shafiei Shiva. 2018. Defining extreme events: a cross-disciplinary review. Earth’s Future 6:441-455.  https://doi.org/10.1002/2017EF000686 

43. *Sola, A., L. Marazzi, M.M. Flores, J.S. Kominoski, and E.E. Gaiser. 2018. Effects of drying and rewetting on benthic microbial mat stoichiometry. Water 10:105. doi:10.3390/w10020105

42. Dessu, S.B., R.M. Price, T.G. Troxler, J.S. Kominoski. 2018. Effects of sea-level rise and freshwater management on long-term water levels and water quality in the Florida Coastal Everglades. Journal of Environmental Management 211:164-176. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2018.01.025

41. Kominoski, J.S., A. Ruhí, M.M. Hagler, K. Petersen*, J.L. Sabo, T. Sinha, S. Arumugam, J. Olden. 2018. Patterns and drivers of fish extirpations in rivers of the American Southwest and Southeast. Global Change Biology 24:1175-1185. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.13940

40. Kominoski, J.S., A.D. Rosemond, J.P. Benstead, V. Gulis, D.W.P. Manning*. 2018. Experimental nitrogen and phosphorus additions increase rates of stream ecosystem respiration and carbon loss. Limnology and Oceanography 63:22-36.  https://doi.org/10.1002/lno.10610

39. *Manning, D.W.P., A.D. Rosemond, J.P. Benstead, V. Gulis, and J.S. Kominoski. 2018. Nutrients and temperature additively increase stream microbial respiration. Global Change Biology 24:e233-e247. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.13906

38. Welti, N., M. Striebel, A.J. Ulseth, W.F. Cross, S. DeVilbiss, P.M. Glibert, L. Guo, A.G. Hirst, J. Hood, J.S. Kominoski, K.L. MacNeill, A.S. Mehring, J.R. Welter, H. Hillebrand. 2017. Bridging food webs, ecosystem metabolism, and biogeochemistry using ecological stoichiometry theory. Frontiers in Microbiology 8:1298. https://doi.org/10.3389/fmicb.2017.01298

37. Martínez, A., J.S. Kominoski, A. Larrañaga. 2017. Leaf-litter leachate concentration promotes heterotrophy in freshwater biofilms: understanding consequences of water scarcity. Science of the Total Environment 599-600:1677-1684. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2017.05.043

36. Arumugam, S., J.L. Sabo, K.L. Larson, S.B. Seo*, T. Sinha, R. Bhowmik*, A. Ruhi Vidal, K. Kunkel, G. Mahinthakumar, E.Z. Berglund, J.S. Kominoski. 2017. Synthesis of public water supply use in the U.S.: spatio-temporal patterns and socio-economic control. Earth’s Future 5:771-788. https://doi.org/10.1002/2016EF000511

35. Follstad Shah, J., J.S. Kominoski, M. Ardon, W. Dodds, M. Gessner, N. Griffiths, C. Hawkins, A. Lecerf, C. LeRoy, D. Manning*, S. Johnson, A. Rosemond, R. Sinsabaugh, C. Swan, J. Webster, and L. Zeglin. 2017. Global synthesis of the temperature sensitivity of leaf litter breakdown in streams and rivers. Global Change Biology 23:3064-3075.  https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.13609

34. Guo, H., C. Weaver*, S. Charles*, A. Whitt*, S. Dastidar*, P. D’Odorico, J.D. Fuentes, J.S. Kominoski, A.R. Armitage, and S.C. Pennings. 2017. Coastal regime shifts: Rapid responses of coastal wetlands to changes in mangrove cover. Ecology 98:762–772.  https://doi.org/10.1002/ecy.1698

33. *Manning, D.W.P., A.D. Rosemond, V. Gulis, J.P. Benstead, J.S. Kominoski, and J.C. Maerz. 2016. Convergence of detrital stoichiometry predicts thresholds of nutrient-stimulated breakdown in streams. Ecological Applications 26:1745-1757. https://doi.org/10.1890/15-1217.1

32. Rüegg, J., W. Dodds, M. Daniels, K. Sheehan, C. Baker*, W. Bowden, K. Farrell*, M. Flinn, T. Harms, J. Jones, L. Koenig*, J.S. Kominoski, W. McDowell, S. Parker*, A. Rosemond, M. Trentman*, M. Whiles, and W. Wollheim. 2016. Baseflow physical characteristics differ at multiple spatial scales in stream networks across diverse biomes. Landscape Ecology 31:119-136. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10980-015-0289-y

31. Rosemond, A.D., J.P. Benstead, P.M. Bumpers*, V. Gulis, J.S. Kominoski, D.W.P. Manning*, K. Suberkropp, J.B. Wallace. 2015. Experimental nutrient additions accelerate terrestrial carbon loss from stream ecosystems. Science 347:1142-1145. http://science.sciencemag.org/content/347/6226/1142   F100Prime Recommended

30. *Manning, D.W.P., A.D. Rosemond, J.S. Kominoski, V. Gulis, J.P. Benstead, J.C. Maerz. 2015. Detrital stoichiometry as a critical nexus for the effects of streamwater nutrients on leaf litter breakdown rates. Ecology 96:2214-2224. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/14-1582.1

29. Kominoski, J.S., A.D. Rosemond, J.P. Benstead, V. Gulis, J.C. Maerz, D.W.P. Manning*. 2015. Low-to-moderate nitrogen and phosphorus concentrations accelerate microbially driven litter breakdown rates. Ecological Applications 25:156-165. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/14-1113.1

28. Trexler, J.C., E.E. Gaiser, J.S. Kominoski, J.L. Sanchez*. 2014. The role of periphyton mats in consumer community structure and function in calcareous wetlands: lessons from the Everglades. In Entry, J., K. Jayachandran, A.D. Gottlieb, A. Ogram (eds.) Microbiology of the Everglades Ecosystem. Science Publishers, Boca Raton, Florida.

27. *Lovatt, C., J.S. Kominoski, T. Sakamaki, B. Macleod*, J.S. Richardson. 2014. Leaf-litter leachate and light interactively enhance accrual of stream biofilms. Fundamental and Applied Limnology 184:297-306. http://dx.doi.org/10.1127/1863-9135/2014/0602

26. Heffernan, J.B., P.A. Soranno, M.J. Angilletta Jr, L.B. Buckley, D.S. Gruner, T.H. Keitt, J.R. Kellner, J.S. Kominoski, A.V. Rocha, J. Xiao, T.K. Harms, S.J. Goring, L.E. Koenig*, W.H. McDowell, H. Powell, A.D. Richardson, C.A. Stow, R. Vargas, and K.C. Weathers. 2014. Macrosystems ecology: understanding ecological patterns and processes at continental scales. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12: 5–14. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/130017

25. Goring, S.J., K.C. Weathers, W.K. Dodds, P.A. Soranno, L.C. Sweet, K.S. Cheruvelil, J.S. Kominoski, J. Rüegg, A.M. Thorn, and R.M. Utz. 2014. Improving the culture of interdisciplinary collaboration in ecology by expanding measures of success. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12: 39–47. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/120370

24. Troxler, T., E.E. Gaiser, J.G. Barr, J.D. Fuentes, R. Jaffe, D.L. Childers, L. Collado-Vides, V.H. Rivera-Monroy, E. Castaneda-Moya, W.T. Anderson, R.M. Chambers, M. Chen, C. Coronado-Molina, S.E. Davis, V. Engel, C. Fitz, J.W. Fourqurean, T.A. Frankovich, J.S. Kominoski, C.J. Madden, S.L. Malone, S. Oberbauer, P.C. Olivas, J.H. Richards, C.J. Saunders, J. Schedlbauer, L.J. Scinto, F.H. Sklar, T.J. Smith, J.M. Smoak, G. Starr, R.R. Twilley, K.R.T. Whelan 2013. Integrated carbon budget models for the Everglades terrestrial-coastal-oceanic gradient: current status and needs for inter-site comparisons. Oceanography 26:98-107. http://dx.doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2013.51

23. Kominoski, J.S., J.J. Follstad Shah, C. Canhoto, D.G. Fischer, D. Giling*, E. González, N.A. Griffiths, A. Larrañaga, C.J. LeRoy, M.M. Mineau, Y.R. McElarney, S.M. Shirley, C.M. Swan, S.D. Tiegs. 2013. Forecasting functional implications of global changes in riparian plant communities. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11:423-432. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/120056

22. Prather, C.M., S. Pelini, A.N. Laws, E. Rivest, M. Woltz, C.P. Bloch, I. Del Torro, C-K. Ho, J.S. Kominoski, T.A.S. Newbold, S. Parsons. 2013. Invertebrates, ecosystem services and climate change. Biological Reviews 88:327-344. DOI: 10.1111/brv.12002

21. Swan, C.M and J.S. Kominoski. 2012. Biodiversity and Ecosystem Function of Decomposition. In: eLS 2012, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd: Chichester.  http://www.els.net/WileyCDA/ElsArticle/refId-a0023601.html

20. Kominoski, J.S., S. Larrañaga, J.S. Richardson. 2012. Invertebrate feeding and emergence timing vary among streams along a gradient of riparian forest composition. Freshwater Biology 57: 759-772. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2427.2012.02740.x

Corrigendum: Invertebrate feeding and emergence timing vary among streams along a gradient of riparian forest composition. Freshwater Biology, 57, 759–772. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2427.2012.02740.x

19. Kominoski, J.S., A.D. Rosemond. 2012. Conservation from the ‘bottom up’: Forecasting effects of global change on dynamics of organic matter and management needs for river networks. Freshwater Science 31: 51-68. http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1899/10-160.1

18. Kominoski, J.S. 2011. Review: The Challenges of Biodiversity Science. The Quarterly Review of Biology, 86:133.

17. Lagrue, C., J.S. Kominoski, M. Danger, J.-M. Baudoin, S. Lamothe, D. Lambrigot, A. Lecerf. 2011. Experimental shading alters leaf litter breakdown in streams of contrasting riparian canopy cover. Freshwater Biology 56: 2059-2069.  DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2427.2011.02637.x

16. *Bretherton, W.D., J.S. Kominoski, C.J. LeRoy, D.G. Fischer. 2011. Salmon carcasses alter leaf litter species diversity effects on in-stream decomposition. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 68:1495-1506. DOI: 10.1139/f2011-082

15. Lecerf A., G. Marie, J.S. Kominoski, C. LeRoy, C. Bernardet, C.M. Swan. 2011. Incubation time, functional litter diversity, and ecosystem characteristics predict nonadditive litter mixing effects on decomposition. Ecology 92:160-169. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/10-0315.1

14. Kominoski, J.S., L.B. Marczak, J.S. Richardson. 2011. Riparian forest composition affects stream litter decomposition despite similar microbial and invertebrate communities. Ecology 92:151-159. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/10-0028.1

13. Sabo, J.S., T. Sinha, L.C. Bowling, G.H.W. Schoups, W.W. Wallender, M.E. Campana, K.A. Cherkauer, P. Fuller, W.L. Graf, J.W. Hopmans, J.S. Kominoski, C. Taylor, S.W. Trimble, R.H. Webb, E.E. Wohl. 2010. Reclaiming freshwater sustainability in the Cadillac Desert. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 107:21236-21269. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1009734108  

12. Ball, B.A., J.S. Kominoski, H.E. Adams, S.E. Jones, E.S. Kane, T.D. Loecke, W. Mahaney, J. Martina, C.M. Prather, T.M.P. Robinson, C.T. Solomon. 2010. Direct and terrestrial vegetation-mediated effects of environmental change on aquatic ecosystem processes. BioScience 60:590-601. https://doi.org/10.1525/bio.2010.60.8.5

11. Lecerf, A., J.S. Kominoski. 2010. Functional leaf traits and biodiversity effects on litter decomposition in a stream: Comment. Ecology 91:1867-1869. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/0012-9658-91.6.1867

10. Rosemond, A.D., C.M. Swan, J.S. Kominoski, S.E. Dye. 2010. Non-additive effects of litter mixing are suppressed in a nutrient-enriched stream. Oikos 119:326-336. DOI: 10.1111/j.1600-0706.2009.17904.x

9. Gonzalez, A., J.S. Kominoski, M. Danger, S. Ishida, N. Iwai, A. Rubach. 2010. Can Ecological Stoichiometry explain patterns of biological invasions? Oikos 119:779-790. DOI: 10.1111/j.1600-0706.2009.18549.x

8. Kominoski, J.S., T.J. Hoellein, C.J. LeRoy, C.M. Pringle, C.M. Swan. 2010. Beyond species richness: expanding biodiversity-ecosystem functioning theory in detritus-based streams. River Research and Applications 26:67-75. DOI: 10.1002/rra.1285

7. Kominoski, J.S., C.M. Pringle. 2009. Resource-consumer diversity: testing effects of leaf litter species diversity on stream macroinvertebrate communities. Freshwater Biology 54:1461-1473. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2427.2009.02196.x

6. Kominoski, J.S., T.J. Hoellein, J.J. Kelly, C.M. Pringle. 2009. Does mixing litter of different qualities alter stream microbial diversity and functioning on individual litter species? Oikos 118:457-463. DOI: 10.1111/j.1600-0706.2008.17222.x

5. Ball, B.A., M.D. Hunter, J.S. Kominoski, C.M. Swan, M.A. Bradford. 2008. Consequences of non-random species loss on decomposition dynamics: Evidence for additive and non-additive effects. Journal of Ecology 96:303-313. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2745.2007.01346.x

4. Kominoski, J.S., C.M. Pringle, B.A. Ball. 2008. Invasive woolly adelgid appears to drive seasonal hemlock and carcass inputs to a detritus-based stream. Verhandlungen Internationale Vereinigung für theoretische und angewandte Limnologie 30:109-112.  https://doi.org/10.1080/03680770.2008.11902095

3. Kominoski, J.S., B.J. Mattsson, B. Rashleigh, S.L. Eggert. 2007. Using long-term chemical and biological indicators to assess stream health in the Upper Oconee River watershed. Proceedings of the 2007 Georgia Water Resources Conferencehttp://hdl.handle.net/1853/47965

2. Kominoski, J.S., P.A. Moore, R.G. Wetzel, N.C. Tuchman. 2007. Elevated CO2 alters leaf-litter-derived dissolved organic carbon: effects on stream periphyton and crayfish feeding preference. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 26:662-671. http://dx.doi.org/10.1899/07-002.1

1. Kominoski, J.S., C.M. Pringle, B.A. Ball, M.A. Bradford, D.C. Coleman, D.B. Hall, M.D. Hunter. 2007. Nonadditive effects of leaf litter species diversity on breakdown dynamics in a detritus-based stream. Ecology 88:1167-1176. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/06-0674

Works in Progress:

Kominoski, J.S., A.R. Armitage, S.C. Pennings, C.A. Weaver. Differences in wetland organic matter processing rates from mangrove loss are homogenized following a major hurricane. In preparation to submission to Ecology.

Laas, P., K. Ugarelli, R. Travieso, S. Stumpf, T.G. Troxler, H.O. Briceño, E.E. Gaiser, J.S. Kominoski, U. Stingl. Composition of planktonic bacteria and microbial eukaryotes differs significantly along and between two coastal estuaries. In preparation for submission to FEMS Microbiology Ecology. 

Nocentini, A., J.S. Kominoski, M.A. Zeller, J.J. O’Brien. Legacy of phosphorus drives dynamics of organic matter, carbon and nutrients in short-hydroperiod wetlands following fire. In preparation.

Kominoski, J.S., E. Castañeda-Moya, S.L. Malone. Comparing patterns and drivers of aquatic ecosystem metabolism in subtropical brackish and freshwater wetlands. In preparation for submission to Ecology.

*Farrell, K.J., A.D. Rosemond, J. Rüegg, and J.S. Kominoski. Spatial and temporal patterns in temperature, light, and organic matter drive metabolism and nutrient uptake throughout a forest headwater river network. In preparation.

Rüegg, J., K.B. Gido, K.J. Farrell*, M.B. Flinn, A. Argerich, E. Garcia, A.D. Rosemond, B. Penaluna, C. Song*, M.R. Whiles, C.L. Baker*, B. Bowden, M. Douglas, T.K. Harms, J.B. Jones, J.S. Kominoski, W.H. McDowell, D. McMaster, S.S. Parker*, M.T. Trentman*, W.M. Wollheim. Aquatic consumer biomass, richness, and trophic composition within headwater stream networks depends on relative stream size and biome. In preparation.

Ballantyne, F., C. Song*, M. Douglas, J. Jones, J.S. Kominoski, W. McDowell, D. McMaster, M. Trentman, and W. K. Dodds.  Inter-biome thermal performance of whole stream metabolism. In preparation.

Ogurcak, D., T.A. Crowl, M.S. Ross, J. Meeder, J.M. Smoak, J.S. Kominoski, J. Fourqurean, P. Gardinali, A. Chappel, N. Soares Quinete, J. Rivera*, M. Santos*, T. Barreto*. Sediment accumulation rates of organic matter, nutrients, and trace metals vary across mangrove forests on the island of Puerto Rico. In preparation for submission to Wetlands.

*Smith, M.A., J.S. Kominoski, E.E. Gaiser, N.B. Grimm, L. McPhillips, B. Rosenzweig, A. Ruhí, T.G. Troxler. The urban flood pulse concept: quantifying spatiotemporal variability in low- and high-flow patterns in urban versus non-urban streams and rivers. In preparation for submission to Water Resources Research.

Rosemond, A.D., and J.S. Kominoski. Insights from Experimental Approaches. In W.F. Cross, J.P. Benstead, A.M. Marcarelli, R.A. Sponseller (Eds). Foundations of Stream Ecology: Classic Papers with Commentaries. University of Chicago Press. In preparation.

*Smith, M.A., J.S. Kominoski, N.B. Grimm, J. Morse, O. Barbosa, E.E. Gaiser, T.G. Troxler, T. Williams. Quantifying the role of dissolved organic carbon and nutrient limitation on water-column and whole-system nutrient uptake in urban wetlands. In preparation for submission to Water Resources Research.

*Kamman, S., D.A. Saavedra-Hortúa*, J.S. Kominoski, M. Zimmer, L.G. Gillis. Functional traits of mangrove trees and the potential impact in the sediment carbon storage. In preparation for submission to Functional Ecology.

Bertuzzo, E., E.R. Hotchkiss, A. Argerich, J.S. Kominoski, D. Oviedo-Vargas, P. Savoy, R. Scarlett*, D. von Schiller, J.B. Heffernan. Heterotrophic regimes in rivers: partitioning sources of ecosystem respiration through sensor data and time-series analysis. In preparation for submission to Limnology and Oceanography Letters.

Lee, D.Y., J.S. Kominoski, M. Kline, M. Robinson. Quantifying legacies of salt and nutrients on carbon cycling in experimental wetlands: Does freshwater restoration recover wetlands exposed to saltwater intrusion? In preparation for submission to Ecological Applications.

Song, C.*, W.K. Dodds, J. Rüegg, A. Argerich, C.L. Baker*, W.B. Bowden, M.M. Douglas, K.J. Farrell*, M.B. Flinn, E.A. Garcia, K.B. Gido, A.M. Helton, T.K. Harms, S. Jia, J.B. Jones, L.E. Koenig*, J.S. Kominoski, W.H. McDowell, D. McMaster, S.P. Parker*, A.D. Rosemond, C.M. Ruffing, K.R. Sheehan, M.T. Trentman*, M.R. Whiles, W.M. Wollheim, F. Ballantyne IV. Interaction between physiology and environmental heterogeneity determines discrepancies in stream metabolism across spatial scales. In preparation for submission to Ecology Letters.

*Wilson, B.J., T.G. Troxler, S.P. Charles*, S. Servais*, V. Mazzei*, S.E. Davis, E.E. Gaiser, J.S. Kominoski, J.H. Richards, D.T. Rudnick, F.H. Sklar. Saltwater intrusion and accelerate carbon loss in coastal peatlands: an experimental synthesis. In preparation for submission to Global Change Biology.

Reed, D.C., R.J. Schmitt, A.B. Burd, D.E. Burkepile, J.S. Kominoski, K.J. McGlathery, R.J. Miller, J.T. Morris, J.C. Zinnert. Insights into the response of coastal ecosystems to climate change garnered from long-term research. In preparation for submission to BioScience.

Kominoski, J.S., M. Ardón, L. Bauman, E. Bernhardt, E. Castañeda-Moya, L. Chambers, S.P. Charles, J. Cherry, C. Coronado-Molina, C. Craft, S.E. Davis, E.E. Gaiser, K. Gedan, A.M. Helton, E. Herbert, S. Kelly, M. Kirwan, K. Krauss, D.Y. Lee, C.J. Madden, V. Mazzei, P. Megonigal, J. Morris, S.C. Neubauer, M. Osland, S.C. Pennings, S. Servais, F.H. Sklar, T.G. Troxler, K.L. Tully, B.J. Wilson. Comparing effects of saltwater intrusion on carbon loss among coastal wetland ecosystems: from monitoring to mechanisms. In preparation for submission to Ecology.

Lamb-Wotton*, L., K.L. Flowers*, K. Anderson*, J.M. Blair, S.G. Baer, J. Corman, M. Esch*, P. Flood* E.E. Gaiser, T.K. Harms, D. Kochan*, B.C. McMeans, Z. Ratajczak, J.S. Kominoski. Assessing spatial and temporal congruence of drivers and responses of abrupt and unexpected changes in ecosystems. In preparation for submission to BioScience.

*Charles, S.P., J.S. Kominoski, M.S. Ross, J. Sah, J.F. Meeder, L.J. Scinto. Soil organic carbon stocks decrease with saltwater intrusion despite mangrove encroachment in the Florida Coastal Everglades. In preparation for submission to Ecology.

*Charles, S.P., J.S. Kominoski, J.M. Smoak. Quantifying changes in organic carbon storage with variation in plant identity and age along coastal marsh-mangrove gradients. In preparation for submission to Ecology.

Follstad Shah, J.J., J. Gallafent*, J.S. Kominoski, M. Ardón, A. Lecerf, M. Gessner. The activation energy of leaf litter breakdown does not vary amongst streams and rivers with different trophic status. In preparation for submission to Global Change Biology.

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