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Gregg T, Prahl FG, Simoneit BRT.  2015.  Suspended particulate matter transport of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in the lower Columbia River and its estuary. Limnology and Oceanography.
Gregg T.  2009.  Investigation of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) transport by Suspended Particulate Matter (SPM) in the lower Columbia River and its Estuary. College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences. Masters Thesis
Green V, Bueno Watts N, Wegner K, Thompson M, Johnson AF, Peterson TD, Baptista AM.  2013.  Coastal Margin Science and Education in the Era of Collaboratories. Currents. 28(3)
Goldman JH, Rounds SA, Needoba JA.  2012.  Applications of Fluorescence Spectroscopy for Predicting Percent Wastewater in an Urban Stream. Environmental Science & Technology.
Goldman JH.  2011.  Applications of Fluorescence Spectroscopy for Monitoring Water Quality in an Urban Watershed. Division of Environmental & Biomolecular Systems. Masters
Golda-VanEeckhoutte RL, Roof LT, Needoba JA, Peterson TD.  In Press.  Determination of intracellular pH in phytoplankton using the fluorescent probe, SNARF, with detection by fluorescence spectroscopy. Journal of Microbiological Methods.
Golda RL.  2017.  Assessing The Influence Of Environmental Ph On Algal Physiology Using A Novel Culture System. Division of Environmental & Biomolecular Systems. Doctor of Philosophy
Golda RL, Golda MD, Peterson TD, Needoba JA.  2017.  Graphical coding data and operational guidance for implementation or modification of a LabVIEW®-based pHstat system for the cultivation of microalgae. Data in Brief. 12(June 2017):463-470.
Golda RL, Golda MD, Hayes JA, Peterson TD, Needoba JA.  2017.  Development of an economical, autonomous pHstat system for culturing phytoplankton under steady state or dynamic conditions. Journal of Microbiological Methods. 136:78-87.
Gilbert M.  2011.  Nutrient Loading and Transformations in the Columbia River Estuary Determined by High Resolution In Situ Sensors. Division of Environmental & Biomolecular Systems. Masters
Gilbert M, Needoba JA, Koch C, Barnard A, Baptista AM.  2013.  Nutrient Loading and Transformations in the Columbia River Estuary Determined by High Resolution In Situ Sensors. Estuaries and Coasts. 36(4):708-727.
Ghindilis A L., Smith MW, Schwarzkopf K R., Zhan C, Evans D R., Baptista AM, Simon HM.  2009.  Sensor Array: Impedimetric Label-Free Sensing of DNA Hybridization in Real Time for Rapid, PCR-Based Detection of Microorganisms. Electroanalysis. 21(13):1459-1468.
Ghindilis A L., Smith MW, Messing DS, Haynes VN, Middleton GB, Schwarzkopf K R., Campbell CE, Zhan C, Ulrich B, Frasier MJ et al..  2012.  Development of real-time assays for impedance-based detection of microbial double-stranded DNA targets. Biosensors and Bioelectronics.
Ghindilis A L., Schwarzkopf K R., Messing DS, Sezan I, Schuele P, Zhan C, Smith MW, Simon HM, Evans D R..  2010.  Real-Time Biosensor Platform: Fully Integrated Device for Impedimetric Assays. ECS Transactions . 33(8)
Ghindilis A L., Smith MW, Simon HM, Seoudi IA, Yazvenko NS, Murray IA, Fu X, Smith K, Jen-Jacobson L, Xu S-yong.  2015.  Restriction Cascade Exponential Amplification (RCEA) assay with an attomolar detection limit: a novel, highly specific, isothermal alternative to qPCR. Scientific Reports. 5(7737)
Garcia-Mendoza E, Rivas D, Olivosortiz A, Almazanbecerril A, Castanedavega C, Penamanjarrez J.  2009.  A toxic Pseudo-nitzschia bloom in Todos Santos Bay, northwestern Baja California, Mexico. Harmful Algae. 8(3):493-503.