Clayton J Williams
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Unraveling the role of land use and microbial activity in shaping dissolved organic matter characteristics in stream ecosystems
CJ Williams, Y Yamashita, HF Wilson, R Jaffé, MA Xenopoulos
Limnology and Oceanography 55 (3), 1159-1171, 2010
Human activities cause distinct dissolved organic matter composition across freshwater ecosystems
CJ Williams, PC Frost, AM Morales‐Williams, JH Larson, WB Richardson, ...
Global Change Biology 22 (2), 613–626, 2016
Changes in Bacterial Community Structure after Exposure to Silver Nanoparticles in Natural Waters
P Das, CJ Williams, RR Fulthorpe, ME Hoque, CD Metcalfe, ...
Environmental science & technology 46 (16), 9120-9128, 2012
Beyond best management practices: pelagic biogeochemical dynamics in urban stormwater ponds
CJ Williams, PC Frost, MA Xenopoulos
Ecological Applications 23 (6), 1384-1395, 2013
Effects of silver nanoparticles on bacterial activity in natural waters
P Das, MA Xenopoulos, CJ Williams, ME Hoque, CD Metcalfe
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 31 (1), 122-130, 2012
How humans alter dissolved organic matter composition in freshwater: relevance for the Earth’s biogeochemistry
MA Xenopoulos, RT Barnes, KS Boodoo, D Butman, N Catalán, ...
Biogeochemistry 154, 323-348, 2021
Ectoenzyme kinetics in Florida Bay: implications for bacterial carbon source and nutrient status
CJ Williams, FJ Jochem
Hydrobiologia 569, 113-127, 2006
Relationships between land cover and dissolved organic matter change along the river to lake transition
JH Larson, PC Frost, MA Xenopoulos, CJ Williams, AM Morales-Williams, ...
Ecosystems 17, 1413-1425, 2014
Indirect hurricane effects on resource availability and microbial communities in a subtropical wetland-estuary transition zone
CJ Williams, JN Boyer, FJ Jochem
Estuaries and Coasts 31 (1), 204-214, 2008
Selective removal of dissolved organic matter affects the production and speciation of disinfection byproducts
CJ Williams, D Conrad, DN Kothawala, HM Baulch
Science of The Total Environment 652, 75-84, 2019
Importance of seagrass as a carbon source for heterotrophic bacteria in a subtropical estuary (Florida Bay)
CJ Williams, R Jaffé, WT Anderson, FJ Jochem
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 85 (3), 507-514, 2009
Distinct Optical Chemistry of Dissolved Organic Matter in Urban Pond Ecosystems
NA McEnroe, CJ Williams, MA Xenopoulos, P Porcal, PC Frost
PloS one 8 (11), e80334, 2013
Effects of land use on water column bacterial activity and enzyme stoichiometry in stream ecosystems
CJ Williams, AB Scott, HF Wilson, MA Xenopoulos
Aquatic sciences 74, 483-494, 2012
Assessing the effects of dams and waterpower facilities on riverine dissolved organic matter composition
MJ Nadon, RA Metcalfe, CJ Williams, KM Somers, MA Xenopoulos
Hydrobiologia 744 (1), 145-164, 2015
Eutrophication Drives Extreme Seasonal CO2 Flux in Lake Ecosystems
AM Morales-Williams, AD Wanamaker, CJ Williams, JA Downing
Ecosystems 24, 434-450, 2021
The prevalence of nonlinearity and detection of ecological breakpoints across a land use gradient in streams
SC D’Amario, DC Rearick, C Fasching, SW Kembel, E Porter-Goff, ...
Scientific reports 9 (1), 3878, 2019
Microbial activity and carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus content in a subtropical seagrass estuary (Florida Bay): evidence for limited bacterial use of seagrass production
CJ Williams, JN Boyer, FJ Jochem
Marine biology 156, 341-353, 2009
Land‐use effects on resource net flux rates and oxygen demand in stream sediments
M Juckers, CJ Williams, MA Xenopoulos
Freshwater Biology 58 (7), 1405-1415, 2013
Bottom-up and top-down control of heterotrophic bacterioplankton growth in a phosphorus-depleted subtropical estuary, Florida Bay, USA
CJ Williams, PJ Lavrentyev, FJ Jochem
Marine Ecology Progress Series 372, 7-18, 2008
Water column nitrogen cycling and microbial plankton in Florida Bay
MJ McCarthy, WS Gardner, PJ Lavrentyev, FJ Jochem, CJ Williams
Contributions in Marine Science 38, 49-62, 2009
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