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Barnes, R.T., A. Sawyer, D. Tight*, C. Wallace#. M.G. Hastings. Hydrogeologic Controls on Nitrogen Dynamics within the Tidal Freshwater Zone. accepted. Journal of Geophysical Research- Biogeosciences
Wallace, C.D.#, A.H. Sawyer, R.T. Barnes, M.R. Soltanian, T.H. Darrah R.S. Gabor, M.J. Wilkins. A model analysis of the tidal engine that drives nitrogen cycling in coastal riparian aquifers. in revision, Water Resources Research
Wallace, C.D.#, A.H. Sawyer, , M.R. Soltanian, & R.T. Barnes. Nitrate removal within heterogeneous riparian aquifers under tidal influence. submitted, Geophysical Research Letters
Sebestyen, S., D. Ross, J. Shanley, E. Elliott, C. Kendall, J. Campbell, D. Dail, I. Fernandez, C. Goodale, G. Lawrence, G. Lovett, P. McHale, M. Mitchell, S. Nelson, M. Shattuck, T. Wickman, R. Barnes, J. Bostic, A. Buda, D. Burns, K. Eshleman, J. Finlay, D. Nelson, N. Ohte, L. Prado, L. Rose, R. Sabo, S. Schiff, J. Spoelstra, K. Williard. 2019. Unprocessed atmospheric nitrate in waters of the Northern Forest Region in the USA and Canada, Environmental Science & Technology. doi: 10.1021/acs.est.9b01276
Wallace, C.D.#, A.H. Sawyer, & R.T. Barnes. 2018. Spectral analysis of continuous redox data reveals geochemical processes near the stream-aquifer interface, Hydrological Processes, https://doi.org/10.1002/hyp.13335
Hernandez, P.R., B. Bloodhart, A.S. Adams, R.T. Barnes, M. Burt, S.M. Clinton, W. Du#, E. Godfrey, H. Henderson#, I.B. Pollack, & E.V. Fischer. 2018. Role Modeling is a Viable Retention Strategy for Undergraduate Women in the Geosciences, Geosphere, v. 14, doi: 10.1130/GES01659.1.
Barnes, R.T., E. Marín-Spiotta, & A. Morris. 2018. Advancing women in geosciences through community building: The Earth Science Women’s Network. in Johnson, B.A. ed, Women and Geology: Who Are We, Where Have We Come From, and Where Are We Going? Geological Society of America Memoir 214, p. 121-128.
Berhe, A.A, R.T. Barnes, J. Six, E. Marín-Spiotta. 2018. Role of soil erosion on biogeochemical cycling of essential elements: carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus, Annual Reviews of Earth & Planetary Sciences, 46: 521-548.
Fischer, E. V., A. Adams, R. Barnes, B. Bloodhart, M. Burt, S. Clinton, E. Godfrey, I. Pollack, and P. R. Hernandez (2018), Welcoming women into the geosciences, Eos, 99, https://doi.org/10.1029/2018EO095017.
Zhang, Q.#, J.F. Knowles, R.T. Barnes, R. Cowie, N. Rock, & M.W.Williams. 2018. Surface and subsurface water contributions to streamflow from a mesoscale watershed in complex mountain terrain, Hydrological Processes, doi: 10.1002/hyp.11469
Barnes, R.T., D.E. Butman, H. Wilson, & P.A. Raymond. 2018. Riverine export of aged carbon driven by flow path depth and residence time, Environmental Science & Technology, doi: 10.1021/acs.est.7b04717
Hernandez, P.H, B. Bloodhart, R.T. Barnes, A.S. Adams, S.M. Clinton, I. Pollack, E. Godfrey, M. Burt, E.V. Fischer. 2017. Promoting professional identity, motivation, and persistence: Benefits of an informal mentoring program for female undergraduate students, PLOS ONE, doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0187531
Barnes, R.T., J. Andrews, C.C. Orr*. 2017. Leveraging the nitrogen footprint to increase campus sustainability. Sustainability: The Journal on Record, DOI: 10.1089/sus.2017.29095.rtb
Hastings, M.G., R.T. Barnes, J. Berry, J. Kimiecik*, R. Ryals, J. Lantz-Trissel. 2017. Calculating institutional nitrogen footprints creates connections across campus. Sustainability: The Journal on Record, DOI: 10.1089/sus.2017.29093.mgh
Marín-Spiotta, E., A.S. Adams, R.T. Barnes, A.A. Berhe, M. Burt, E.V. Fischer, M. Harrison Okoro, M.G. Hastings, T. Holloway, A. Morris, & C. Wiedinmyer. 2017. Building Community to Advance Careers and Catalyze Institutional Change: Lessons from the Earth Science Women’s Network. Earthzine
Hinckley, E.S., B.A. Ebel, R.T. Barnes, S.F. Murphy & S.P. Anderson. 2017. Critical zone properties control the fate of nitrogen during experimental rainfall in montane forests of the Colorado Front Range. Biogeochemistry, DOI: 10.1007/s10533-017-0299-8
Knights, D.#, A. Sawyer, R.T. Barnes, C. Musial#, & S. Bray*. 2017. Tidal controls on streambed denitrification along a tidal freshwater zone. Water Resources Research, DOI: 10.1002/2016WR019405
Liu, Z.#, B. Dugan, C.A. Masiello, R.T. Barnes, M.E. Gallagher, & H. Gonnermann. 2016. Impacts of biochar concentration and particle size on hydraulic conductivity and DOC leaching of biochar-sand mixtures. Journal of Hydrology, 533: 461-472.
Kranabetter, J.M., S.K. Enders#, J.M. Fraterrigo, P.E. Higuera, K.L. McLauchlan, J.L. Morris, E.B. Rastetter, R.T. Barnes, B. Buma, D.G. Gavin, L.M. Gerhart, L.Gillson, P. Hietz, M.C. Mack, B. McNeil, & S. Perakis. 2016. Temporal scaling of biogeochemical response to ecosystem disturbance. Ecosystems, 19: 387-395.
Glessmer, M.S., A. Adams, M.G. Hastings, & R.T. Barnes. 2016. Taking ownership of your own mentoring: Lessons learned from participating in the Earth Science Women’s Network, invited book chapter, accepted for “The Mentoring Continuum: From Graduate School through Tenure,” The Graduate School Press, Syracuse University
Musial, C.T.#, A.H. Sawyer, R.T. Barnes, S. Bray*, & D. Knights#. 2015. Dynamic surface water-groundwater exchange in tidal freshwater zones: Insights from the Christina River Basin (Delaware, USA). Hydrological Processes, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10623
Voynova, Y.G., K.C. Lebaron, R.T. Barnes, & W.J. Ullman. 2015. In Situ Response of Bay Productivity to Nutrient Loading from a Small Tributary: the Delaware Bay-Murderkill Estuary Tidally-Coupled Biogeochemical Reactor. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, DOI: 10.1016/j.ecss.2015.03.027
Butman D., H.F. Wilson, R.T. Barnes, M. A. Xenopoulos, Raymond, P.A. 2015. Disturbance mobilizes aged carbon to rivers, Nature Geoscience,8: 112-116, DOI:10.1038/ngeo2322
Barnes, R.T., M.E. Gallagher, C.A. Masiello, Z. Liu#, & B. Dugan. 2014. Biochar-Induced Changes in Soil Hydraulic Conductivity and Dissolved Nutrient Fluxes Constrained by Laboratory Experiments, PLOS ONE, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0108340
Hinckley, E.S, R.T. Barnes, S.P. Anderson, M.W. Williams, & S.M. Bernasconi. 2014. Nitrogen retention and transport differ by hillslope aspect at the rain-snow transition of the Colorado Front Range, JGR-Biogeochemistry, DOI: 10.1002/2013JG002588
Barnes, R.T., M.W. Williams, J.N. Parman#, K. Hill, & N. Caine. 2014. Thawing Glacial and Permafrost Features Contribute to Nitrogen Export from Green Lakes Valley, Colorado Front Range, USA, Biogeochemistry, doi:10.1007/s10533-013-9886-5
Hinckley, E.S., B.A. Ebel, R.T. Barnes, R.S. Anderson, M.W. Williams, & S.P. Anderson. 2012. Aspect Control of Water Movement on Hillslopes Near the Rain-Snow Transition of the Colorado Front Range, U.S. Hydrological Processes, doi:10.1002/hyp.9549
Kinney, T.J.*, C.A. Masiello, B. Dugan, W. C. Hockaday, M. R. Dean, K. Zygourakis, & R.T. Barnes. 2012, Hydrologic Properties of Biochars Produced at Different Temperatures, Biomass & Bioenergy, doi:10.1016/j.biombioe.2012.01.033
Barnes, R.T., R.L. Smith, & G.R. Aiken. 2012. Linkages between denitrification and organic matter quality, Boulder Creek Watershed, CO. Journal of Geophysical Research- Biogeosciences,DOI:10.1029/2011JG001749
Williams, M.W., R.T. Barnes, J.N. Parman#, M. Freppaz, and E.W. Hood. 2011. Stream water chemistry along an elevational gradient from the Continental Divide to the Foothills of the Rocky Mountains, Vadose Zone Journal, 10: 900-914.
Brantley, S.L, J.P. Megonigal, F.N. Scatena, Z. Balogh-Brunstad, R.T. Barnes, M.A. Bruns, P. van Cappelen, K. Dontsova, H. Hartnett, T. Hartshorn, A. Heimsath, E. Herndon, L. Jin, C.K. Keller, J.R. Leake, W.H. McDowell, F.C. Meinzer, T. Mozdzer, S. Petsch, J. Pett-Ridge, K.S. Pregitzer, P. Raymond, C.S. Riebe, K. Shumaker, A. Sutton-Grier, R. Walter, K. Yoo. 2011. Twelve Testable Hypotheses on the Geobiology of Weathering. Geobiology. DOI: 10.1111/j.1472-4669.2010.00264.x
DeLee, O., R.T Barnes, R.E. Emanuel, P.B. Fisher, S.K. Henkel, and J.R. Marlon. 2010. Training a “New Scientist” to Meet the Challenges of a Changing Environment. EOS, 92 (16): 135-136.
Barnes, R.T. and P.A. Raymond. 2010. Land use controls on the delivery, processing, and removal of nitrogen from small watersheds: Insights from the dual isotopic composition of stream nitrate. Ecological Applications, 20 (7): 1961-1978.
Barnes, R.T. and P.A. Raymond. 2009. The contribution of urban and agricultural activities to inorganic carbon fluxes in Southern New England. Chemical Geology, 266: 327-336.
Griffith, D.R., R.T. Barnes, P.A. Raymond. 2009. Inputs of fossil carbon from wastewater treatment plants to U.S. rivers and oceans. Environmental Science & Technology, 43(15): 5647-5651.
Walters, A.W., R.T. Barnes, D.M. Post. 2009. Anadromous alewives (Alosa pseudoharengus) contribute marine-derived nutrients to coastal stream food webs. Canadian Journal of Fisheries & Aquatic Sciences, 66: 439-448.
Barnes, R. T., P.A. Raymond, K.L. Casciotti. 2008. Dual isotope analyses indicate efficient processing of atmospheric nitrate by forested watersheds in the northeastern U.S. Biogeochemistry, DOI: 10.1007/s10533-008-9227-2
Anisfeld, S.C., R.T. Barnes, M.A. Altabet and T.Wu, 2007. Isotopic apportionment of atmospheric and sewage nitrogen sources in two Connecticut rivers. Environmental Science & Technology, 41 (18): 6363 -6369.
Marlon, J.R., Patenaude, G., Barnes, R.T. 2010. Catalyzing Interdisciplinary Research on Climate Change. EOS, 91 (34): 299.