UC Santa Barbara

Department of Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology
University of California
Santa Barbara, CA 93106-9620

Research Area

Marine microbial ecology / organic cycling

Craig Carlson - Publications

Year Citations Publication Type Links
2020 An island mass effect resolved near Moorea, French Polynesia. Journal Article
2019 Elevated pCO2 alters marine heterotrophic bacterial community composition and metabolic potential in response to a pulse of phytoplankton organic matter. Journal Article
2017 Elevated pCO2 enhances bacterioplankton removal of organic carbon. Journal Article
2015 DOM sources, sinks, reactivity and budgets. Book Chapter
2015 Introduction to the Annual Review Book Chapter
2015 Annual review of marine science Book
2015 Biogeochemistry of marine dissolved organic matter. Book
2014 Local genomic adaption of coral and algal-associated microbiomes to gradients of natural variability and anthropogenic stressors. Journal Article
2013 Sources of organic carbon to coral reef flats. Journal Article
2013 Biological and physical interactions on a tropical island coral reef: Transport and retention processes on Moorea, French Polynesia. Journal Article
2013 Coral and macroalgal exudates vary in neutral sugar composition and differentially enrich reef bacterioplankton lineages. Journal Article
2013 Influence of coral and algal exudates on microbially mediated reef metabolism. Journal Article
2011 Effects of coral reef benthic primary producers on dissolved organic carbon and microbial activity. Journal Article
2011 Depleted dissolved organic carbon and distinct bacterial communities in the water column of a rapid-flushing coral reef ecosystem. Journal Article

Craig Carlson - Datasets