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Mary Jane Carmichael
Mary Jane Carmichael
Assistant Professor of Biology and Environmental Studies, Hollins University
Verified email at hollins.edu - Homepage
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The role of vegetation in methane flux to the atmosphere: should vegetation be included as a distinct category in the global methane budget?
MJ Carmichael, ES Bernhardt, SL Bräuer, WK Smith
Biogeochemistry 119 (1), 1-24, 2014
1362014
Mn (II)-oxidizing bacteria are abundant and environmentally relevant members of ferromanganese deposits in caves of the upper Tennessee River Basin
MJ Carmichael, SK Carmichael, CM Santelli, A Strom, SL Bräuer
Geomicrobiology Journal 30 (9), 779-800, 2013
1042013
Increased Abundance of Gallionella spp., Leptothrix spp. and Total Bacteria in Response to Enhanced Mn and Fe Concentrations in a Disturbed Southern …
KW Johnson, MJ Carmichael, W McDonald, N Rose, J Pitchford, ...
Geomicrobiology Journal 29 (2), 124-138, 2012
322012
Standing dead trees are a conduit for the atmospheric flux of CH4 and CO2 from wetlands
MJ Carmichael, AM Helton, JC White, WK Smith
Wetlands 38 (1), 133-143, 2018
152018
Nutrient input influences fungal community composition and size and can stimulate manganese (II) oxidation in caves
SK Carmichael, BT Zorn, CM Santelli, LA Roble, MJ Carmichael, ...
Environmental microbiology reports 7 (4), 592-605, 2015
152015
Microbial sequencing analyses suggest the presence of a fecal veneer on indoor climbing wall holds
SL Bräuer, D Vuono, MJ Carmichael, C Pepe-Ranney, A Strom, ...
Current microbiology 69 (5), 681-689, 2014
142014
Sustained anthropogenic impact in Carter Saltpeter Cave, Carter County, Tennessee and the potential effects on manganese cycling
SK Carmichael, MJ Carmichael, A Strom, KW Johnson, LA Roble, Y Gao, ...
Journal of Cave and Karst Studies 75 (3), 189-204, 2013
142013
Standing Dead Trees: a Conduit for the atmospheric flux of greenhouse gases from wetlands?
MJ Carmichael, WK Smith
Wetlands 36 (6), 1183-1188, 2016
102016
Growing season ecophysiology of Taxodium distichum (L.) Rich. (bald cypress) saplings in a restored wetland: a baseline for restoration practice
MJ Carmichael, WK Smith
Botany 94 (12), 1115-1125, 2016
82016
Foliar water uptake of fog confers ecophysiological benefits to four common tree species of southeastern freshwater forested wetlands
MJ Carmichael, JC White, ST Cory, ZC Berry, WK Smith
Ecohydrology 13 (7), e2240, 2020
52020
Halting the world’s most lethal parasite
M Carmichael
Scientific American 303 (5), 68-75, 2010
42010
Water source utilization in Taxodium distichum (L.) Rich.(baldcypress) over the course of a growing season in a restored coastal freshwater wetland vulnerable to saltwater …
MJ Carmichael, JC White, WK Smith
Castanea 83 (2), 272-287, 2018
32018
Geomicrobiology of ferromanganese deposits in caves of the upper Tennessee river basin
MJ Carmichael
Appalachian State University, 2012
32012
Not just an illness of the rich
M Carmichael
Scientific American 304 (3), 66-69, 2011
32011
Pinning down a deadly shape shifter. A parasite's genome is yielding clues to how malaria kills.
M Carmichael
Scientific American 303 (6), 21-21, 2010
32010
One hundred tests.(Cover story)
M Carmichael
Scientific American 303 (6), 50-50, 2010
32010
Aquaporins, and not changes in root structure, provide new insights into physiological responses to drought, flooding, and salinity
JC Domec, JS King, MJ Carmichael, AT Overby, R Wortemann, WK Smith, ...
Journal of experimental botany 72 (12), 4489-4501, 2021
12021
Root water gates and not changes in root structure provide new insights into plant physiological responses to drought, flooding and salinity
JC Domec, JS King, MJ Carmichael, AT Overby, RR Wortemann, ...
Journal of Experimental Botany, 2021
12021
World Changing Ideas
J Pavlus, T Vanderbilt, E Svoboda, MW Moyer, M Carmichael, ML Wald, ...
Scientific American 303 (6), 42-53, 2010
12010
Exploring research in Biology and ES
R Godard, M Wilson, MJ Carmichael, M du Bray, L Gleim, R Beach, ...
2021
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