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Smith MW, Zeigler_Allen L, Allen A, Herfort L, Simon HM.  2013.  Contrasting Genomic Properties of Free-living and Particle-attached Microbial Assemblages within a Coastal Ecosystem. Frontiers in Microbiology.
Fietz S., Huguet C., Bendle J., Escala M., Gallacher C., Herfort L, Jamieson R., Martínez-Garcia A., McClymont E.L., Peck V.L. et al..  2012.  Co-variation of crenarchaeol and branched GDGTs in globally-distributed marine and freshwater sedimentary archives. Global and Planetary Change. 92-93
Fortunato CS, Eiler A., Herfort L, Needoba JA, Peterson TD, Crump BC.  2013.  Determining indicator taxa across spatial and seasonal gradients in the Columbia River coastal margin. ISME Journal.
Kahn P, Herfort L, Peterson TD, Zuber P.  2014.  Discovery of a Katablepharis sp. in the Columbia River estuary that is abundant during the spring and bears a unique large ribosomal subunit sequence element. MicrobiologyOpen. 3(5):764-776.
Herfort L, Crump BC, Fortunato CS, McCue LAnn, Campbell V, Simon HM, Baptista A, Zuber P.  2017.  Factors affecting the bacterial community composition and heterotrophic production of Columbia River estuarine turbidity maxima. MicrobiologyOpen. e522
Simon HM, Smith MW, Herfort L.  2014.  Focused review: Metagenomic insights into particles and their associated microbiota in a coastal margin ecosystem. Frontiers in Microbiology.
Baptista AM, Seaton C, Wilkin M, Riseman S, Needoba JA, Maier D, Turner PJ, Karna T, Lopez JE, Herfort L et al..  2015.  Infrastructure for collaborative science and societal applications in the Columbia River estuary. Frontiers of Earth Science. 9(4):659-682.
Smith MW, Davis RE, Youngblut ND, Karna T, Herfort L, Whitaker RJ, Metcalf WW, Tebo BM, Baptista AM, Simon HM.  2015.  Metagenomic evidence for reciprocal particle exchange between the mainstream estuary and lateral bay sediments of the lower Columbia River. Frontiers in Microbiology. 6:1074.
Smith MW, Herfort L, Fortunato CS, Crump BC, Simon HM.  2017.  Microbial players and processes involved in phytoplankton bloom utilization in the water column of a fast-flowing, river-dominated estuary. MicrobiologyOpen. (e00467)
Herfort L, Peterson TD, Campbell V, Futrell S, Zuber P.  2011.  Myrionecta rubra bloom initiation in the Columbia River estuary. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science.
Herfort L, Peterson TD, McCue LA, Crump BC, Prahl FG, Baptista AM, Campbell V, Warnick R l, Selby M, Roegner GC et al..  2011.  Myrionecta rubra population genetic diversity and its cryptophyte chloroplast specificity in recurrent red tides in the Columbia River estuary. Aquatic Microbial Ecology. 62
Herfort L, Peterson TD, McCue LA, Zuber P.  2011.  Protist 18S rRNA gene sequence analysis reveals multiple sources of organic matter to turbidity maxima of the Columbia River estuary. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 438:19-31.
Crump BC, Fine LM, Fortunato CS, Herfort L, Needoba JA, Murdock S, Prahl FG.  2017.  Quantity and quality of particulate organic matter controls bacterial production in the Columbia River estuary. Limnology and Oceanography.
Herfort L, Peterson TD, Prahl FG, McCue LA, Needoba JA, Crump BC, Roegner GC, Campbell V, Zuber P.  2012.  Red waters of Myrionecta rubra are biogeochemical hotspots for the Columbia River estuary with impacts on primary/secondary productions and nutrient cycles. Estuaries and Coasts.
Smith MW, Herfort L, Tyrol K, Suciu D, Campbell V, Crump BC, Peterson TD, Zuber P, Baptista AM, Simon HM.  2010.  Seasonal Changes in Bacterial and Archaeal Gene Expression Patterns across Salinity Gradients in the Columbia River Coastal Margin. PLoS ONE . 5(10):e13312.
Fortunato CS, Herfort L, Zuber P, Baptista AM, Crump BC.  2012.  Spatial variability overwhelms seasonal patterns in bacterioplankton communities across a river to ocean gradient. ISME Journal. 6:554-563.
DeLorenzo S, Bräuer SL, Edgmont CA, Herfort L, Tebo BM, Zuber P.  2012.  Ubiquitous dissolved inorganic carbon assimilation by marine heterotrophic bacteria in the Pacific Northwest coastal ocean as determined by DNA-based stable isotope probing. PLoS ONE.
Herfort L, Seaton C, Wilkin M, Roman B, Preston CM, Marin, III R, Seitz K, Smith MW, Haynes V, Scholin CA et al..  2016.  Use of continuous, real-time observations & model simulations to achieve autonomous, adaptive sampling of microbial processes with a robotic sampler. Limnol. Oceanogr. Methods. 14(1):50-67.
Herfort L, Maxey K, Vorhees I, Simon HM, Grobler K, Peterson TD, Zuber P.  2017.  Use of Highly Specific Molecular Markers Reveals Positive Correlation between Abundances of Mesodinium cf. major and its Preferred Prey, Teleaulax amphioxeia, During Red Water Blooms in the Columbia River Estuary. J. Eukaryotic Microbiol..