Wade H. Jeffrey

Selected Publications

Moss, J.A., C. McCurry, S. Tominack, I.C. Romero, D. Hollander, W.H. Jeffrey, and R.A. Snyder. Ciliate protists from the sediment-water interface in the Northeastern Gulf of Mexico. Deep Sea Research I (Submitted)

Sanders,, R.W., S.L. Cooke, J.M. Fischer, S.B. Fey, A.W. Heinze, W.H. Jeffrey, A.L. Macaluso, R.E. Moeller, D.P. Morris, P.J. Neale, M. Olson, J.D. Pakulski, J.A. Porter, D.M. Schoener, and C.E. Williamson. Shifts in microbial food web structure and productivity after additions of naturally occurring dissolved organic matter: results from large-scale lacustrine mesocosms. Limnology and Oceanography (Submitted)

Cooke, S.L., J.M. Fisher, K. Kessler, C.E. Willaimson, R.W. Sanders, D.P. Morris, J.A. Porter, W.H. Jeffrey, S.B. DeVaul, and J.D. Pakulski. Direct and indirect effects of chromophoric dissolved organic matter additions on zooplankton in an oligotrophic lake. Freshwater Biology (Submitted)

Cherrier, J., S. Valentine, B, Hamill, W.H. Jeffrey, and J.F. Marra.  2014. Light-mediated release of dissolved organic carbon by phytoplankton: implications for carbon cycling. Journal of Marine Systems (in press) DOI: 10.1016/j.jmarsys.2014.02.008.

Snyder, R.A., M. Ederington-Hagy, F. Hileman, J. Moss, L. Amick, R. Carruth, M. Head, J. Marks, J. Nienow, and W.H. Jeffrey. 2014. Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon concentrations across the Florida Panhandle continental shelf and slope after the BP MC 252 well failure. Marine Pollution Bulletin 89: 201-208.

Joye, S., J. Montoya, S. Murawski, T. Özgökmen, T. Wade, R. Montuoro, B Roberts, D. Hollander, W. H. Jeffrey, J. Chanton, and C. Wilson. 2014. Fast Action: A Collaborative, Multi-Disciplinary Rapid Response Study of the Hercules Gas Well Blowout. EOS Trans. AGU. 95: (38) 341-342.

Meador, J.A., A.J. Baldwin, J.D. Pakulski, W.H. Jeffrey, D.L. Mitchell, and T. Douki. 2014. The significance of the Dewar valence photoisomer as an ultraviolet radiation induced DNA photoproduct in marine microbial communities. Environmental Microbiology 16: 1808-1820. DOI: 10.1111/1462-2920.12414.

Ortega-Retuerta, E., F. Joux, W.H. Jeffrey, and J-F. Ghiglione. 2013. Spatial variability of particle-attached and free-living bacterial diversity in surface waters from the Mackenzie River to the Beaufort Sea (Canadian Arctic). Biogeosciences 10: 2747-2759 DOI 10.5194/bg-10-2747-2013.

Forest, A., M. Babin, S. Bélanger, L. Stemmann, M. Picheral, M. Sampei, L. Fortier, Y. Gratton, E. Devred, P.j. Sahlin, D. Doxaran, F. Joux, Eva Ortega-Retuerta, W.H. Jeffrey, J. Martin, B. Gasser, J.C. Miquel.  2013. Ecosystem function and particle flux dynamics across the Mackenzie Shelf (Beaufort Sea, Arctic Ocean): an integrative analysis of spatial variability and biophysical forcings. Biogeosciences 10: 2833-2866, doi:10.5194/bg-10-2833-2013.

Ortega-Retuerta, E., W.H. Jeffrey, M. Babin, S. Bélanger, R. Benner, D. Marie, A. Matsuoka, P. Raimbault, and F. Joux. 2012. Carbon fluxes in the Western Arctic Ocean: Patterns and drivers of bacterial abundance, production and respiration on the Beaufort Sea margin. Biogeosciences 9: 3679-3692. DOI 10.5194/bg-9-3679-2012

Ortega-Retuerta, E., W.H. Jeffrey, J-F. Ghiglione, and F. Joux. 2012. Evidence of heterotrophic prokaryotic activity limitation by nitrogen in the Western Arctic Ocean during summer. Polar Biology 35: 785-794. DOI 10.1007/s00300-011-1109-8

Durrieu de Madron, X., C. Guieu, R. Sempéré, P. Conan, D. Cossa, F. D'Ortenzio, C. Estournel,  F. Gazeau, C. Rabouille, L. Stemmann, S. Bonnet, F. Diaz, P. Koubbi, O. Radakovitch, M. Babin, M. Baklouti, C. Bancon-Montigny, S. Belviso, N. Bensoussan, B. Bonsang, I. Bouloubassi, C. Brunet, J.-F. Cadiou, F. Carlotti, M. Chami, S. Charmasson, B. Charrière, J.  Dachs, D. Doxaran, J.-C. Dutay, F. Elbaz-Poulichet, M. Eléaume, F. Eyrolles, C. Fernandez, S.  Fowler, P. Francour, J.C. Gaertner, R. Galzin, S. Gasparini, J.-F. Ghiglione, J. Gonzalez, C.  Goyet, L. Guidi, K. Guizien, L.-E. Heimbürger, S.H.M. Jacquet, W.H. Jeffrey, F. Joux, P. Le Hir, K. Leblanc, D. Lefèvre, C. Lejeusne, R. Lemé, M.-D. Loÿe-Pilot, M. Mallet, L. Méjanelle, F. Mélin, C. Mellon, B. Mérigot, P.-L. Merle, C. Migon, W.L. Miller, L. Mortier, B. Mostajir, L. Mousseau, T. Moutin, J. Para, T. Pérez, A. Petrenko, J.-C. Poggiale, L. Prieur, M. Pujo-Pay,  E. Pulido-Villena, P. Raimbault, A.P. Rees, C. Ridame, J.-F. Rontani, D. Ruiz Pino, M.A. Sicre, V. Taillandier, C. Tamburini, T. Tanaka, I. Taupier-Letage, M. Tedetti, P. Testor, H. Thébault, B.  Thouvenin, F. Touratier, J. Tronczynski, C. Ulses, F. Van Wambeke, V. Vantrepotte, S. Vaz, R. Verney. (The Mermex Group). 2011. Marine Ecosystem Responses to climatic and anthropogenic forcings in the Mediterranean Sea. Progress in Oceanography. 91: 97-166.

Arnosti, C., A.D. Steen, K. Ziervogel, S. Ghobrial, and W.H. Jeffrey. 2011. Latitudinal gradients in degradation of marine dissolved organic carbon. PLoS ONE 6(12): e28900. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0028900.

Bertoni, R., F. Joux, W.H. Jeffrey, P. Conan, M. Pujo-Pay, and L. Oriol.2011. Influence of water mixing on the inhibitory effect of UV radiation on primary and bacterial productionin Mediterranean coastal water. Aquatic Sciences 73: 377-387.

Vaughan, P.P., A.K. Bullock, F. Joux, and W.H. Jeffrey. 2010. The effects of solar radiation on the stability of 3H-thymidine and 3H-leucine during bacterioplankton production measurements. Limnology and Oceanography Methods 8: 562-566.

Vaughan, P.P., P. Novotny, N. Haubrich, L. McDonald, M. Cochran, J. Serdula, R. Amin, W.H. Jeffrey.  2010. Bacterial Growth Response to Photoactive Quinones. Photochem. Photobiol. 86: 1327-1333.

Bullock, A.K., and W.H. Jeffrey. 2010. Temperature and solar radiation interactions on 3H-leucine incorporation by bacterioplankton in a subtropical estuary. Photochem. Photobiol. 86:593-599.

Christak, U., C. Courties, F. Joux, W.H. Jeffrey, J. Neveux, J.-J. Naudin. 2009. Community structure and trophic role of ciliates and heterotrophic nanoflagellates in Rhone River diluted mesoscale structures (NW Mediterranean Sea). Aquatic Microbial Ecology 57: 263-277.

Joux, F., W.H. Jeffrey, M. Abboudi, J. Neveux, M. Pujo-Pay, L. Oriol, and J-J. Naudin. 2009. Ultraviolet radiation in the Rhône River lenses of low salinity and in marine waters of the northwestern Mediterranean Sea: attenuation and effects on bacterial production and net community production. Photochemistry and Photobiology 85:783-793.

Neale, P. J., W. H. Jeffrey, C. Sobrino, J. D. Pakulski, J. D.Phillips-Kress, A. J. Baldwin, L. A. Franklin, and H. Kim. 2009. Inhibition of Phytoplankton and Bacterial Productivity by Solar Radiation in the Ross Sea Polynya. in M. Lang, S. Miller, and I. Krupnik, editors. Smithsonian at the Poles. Contributions to IPY Science. Smithsonian Press, Washington, D.C. pp. 299-308.

Meador, J.A., A.J. Baldwin, P. Catala, W.H. Jeffrey, F. Joux, J.A. Moss, J.D. Pakulski, R. Stephens, and D.L. Mitchell. 2009. Solar Ultraviolet radiation induced DNA damage in marine microorganisms collected along a latitudinal gradient from 70º N to 68º S. Photochemistry Photobiology 85:412-420.

Pakulski. J.D., J.A. Meador, J.P. Kase, and W.H. Jeffrey. 2008. Effect of stratospheric ozone depletion and enhanced ultraviolet radiation on marine bacteria at Palmer Station, Antarctica in the early austral spring. Photochemistry and Photobiology 84: 215-221.

Abboudi, M., W.H. Jeffrey, J.-F. Ghiglione, M. Pujo-Pay, L. Oriol, R. Sempéré, B. Charrière, and F. Joux. 2007. Effects of Photochemical Transformations of Dissolved Organic Matter on Bacterial Metabolism and Diversity in Three Contrasting Coastal Sites in the Northwestern Mediterranean Sea. Microbial Ecology  55: 344-357.

Pakulski, J.D., A. Baldwin, A. Dean, S. Durkin, D. Karentz, C.A. Kelley, K. Scott, H. J. Spero, S. Wilhelm and W. H. Jeffrey. 2007. Responses of heterotrophic bacteria to latitudinal variation in solar irradiance.  Aquatic Microbial Ecology  47:153-162.

Mioni, C.E., A.J. Baldwin, M.R. Twiss, L. Poorvin, J.D. Pakulski, W.H. Jeffrey, and S.W. Wilhelm. 2007. Variability in the in situ bioavailability of Fe to bacterioplankton communities in the eastern subtropical Pacific Ocean. Aquatic Microbial Ecologyy  46: 239-251.

Hoch, M.P., W.H. Jeffrey, R.A. Snyder, K. Dillon, and R.B. Coffin. 2006. Expression of glutamine synthetase and glutamate dehydrogenase by marine bacterioplankton: assay optimizations and efficacy for assessing nitrogen to carbon metabolic balance. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 4: 294-307.

Baldwin. A.J., J.A. Moss, J.D. Pakulski, P. Catala. F. Joux, and W.H. Jeffrey. 2005. Microbial diversity in a Pacific Ocean transect from the Arctic to Antarctic circles. Aquatic Microbial Ecology  41: 91-102.

Mitchell, D.L., and W.H. Jeffrey. 2005.  Can you really put something where the sun don’t shine?  Journal of Irreproducible Results  49: 6- 10.

Arnosti, C., S. Durkin, and W.H. Jeffrey. 2005. Patterns of extracellular enzyme activities among pelagic microbial communities: Implications for cycling of dissolved organic carbon. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 38: 135-145.

MacFadyen, E.J., C.E. Williamson, G. Grad, M. Lowery, W.H. Jeffrey, and D.L. Mitchell. 2004. Molecular Response to Climate Change: Temperature Dependence of UV-induced DNA Damage and Repair in the Freshwater Crustacean Daphnia pulicaria. Global Change Biology 10: 408-416.

Simmon, K., D. Steadman, S. Durkin, A. Baldwin, W.H. Jeffrey, P. Sheridan, R. Horton and M.S. Shields. 2004. An autoclave method for rapid preparations for bacterial PCR template DNA. Journal of Microbiological Methods. 56: 143-149.

Wilhelm, S., W.H. Jeffrey, A. Dean, J. Meador, and D.L. Mitchell. 2003. Ultraviolet radiation induced DNA damage in marine viruses along a latitudinal gradient. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 31: 1-8.

Buma, A.G.J., P. Boelen and W.H. Jeffrey. 2003. UVR-induced DNA damage in aquatic organisms. In: W. Helbling and H. Zagarese (eds.), Comprehensive series in Photosciences “UV effects in aquatic organisms and ecosystems.” The Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, UK. pp. 291-327

Wilhelm, S.W., W.H. Jeffrey, C.A. Suttle, and D.L. Mitchell. 2002. Estimation of Biologically Damaging UV levels in Marine Surface Waters with DNA and Viral Dosimeters.  Photochemistry and Photobiology 76(3): 268 - 273.

Kelley, C.A., and W.H. Jeffrey. 2002. Dissolved methane concentrations profiles and air-sea fluxes from 41° S to 27° N. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 10.1029/2001GB001809.

Mitchell, D.L, J. Meador, L. Paniker, D. Gasparutto, W.H. Jeffrey, and J. Cadet.  2002. Development and Application of a Novel Immunoassay for Measuring Oxidative DNA Damage in the Environment. Photochemistry and Photobiology 75: 257-265.

Meador, J., W. H. Jeffrey, J. P. Kase, J. D. Pakulski, S. Chiarello1, and D. L. Mitchell. 2002. Seasonal fluctuation of DNA photodamage in Plankton Assemblages at Palmer Station, Antarctica. Photochemistry and Photobiology 75: 266-271.

Booth, M.G., W.H. Jeffrey, and R.V. Miller. 2001. RecA expression in response to solar ultraviolet radiation in the marine bacterium Vibrio natriegens. Microbial Ecology 42:531-53.

Booth, M.G, L. Hutchinson, M. Brumsted, P. Aas, R. B. Coffin, R. C. Downer, Jr, C. A. Kelley, M. M. Lyons, J. D. Pakulski, S. L. Holder Sandvik , W. H. Jeffrey, and R. V. Miller. 2001. Quantification of RecA as an Indicator of Repair Potential in Marine Bacterioplankton Communities of Antarctica. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 24: 51-59.

Jeffrey, W.H., and D.L. Mitchell. 2001. Measurment of UVB induced DNA damage in marine planktonic communities. In J. Paul (ed) Methods in Marine Microbiology. Vol. 30. Academic Press, NY. pp. 469-485.

Kepner, R.L., R.A. Wharton, R. Collier, C. Cockell, and W.H. Jeffrey. 2000. UV radiation and potential effects beneath the perennial ice cover of an Antarctic lake. Hydrobiologia. 427:155-165.

Huot, Y., J.J. Cullen, W.H. Jeffrey, and R.F. Davis. 2000. Damage to DNA in bacterioplankton: a model of damage by ultraviolet radiation and its repair as influenced by vertical mixing. Photochemistry and Photobiology 72:62-74.

Jeffrey, W.H. J.P. Kase, and S.W. Wilhelm. 2000. Ultraviolet  Radiation Effects on Bacteria and Viruses in Marine Ecosystems. In S. de Mora, S. Demers, and M. Vernet (ed). The Effects of UV Radiation on Marine Ecosystems. Cambridge University Press. pp.  206-236.

Kelley, C.A, J.D. Pakulski, S.H. Sandvik, R.B. Coffin, R.C. Downer, Jr., P. Aas, M.M. Lyons, and W.H. Jeffrey. 1999. Phytoplanktonic and bacterial carbon pools and productivities in the Gerlache Strait, Antarctica during early austral spring. Microb. Ecol. 38: 296-305.

Joux, F., W.H. Jeffrey, P. Lebaron, and D. Mitchell. 1999. Marine Bacteria Display Diverse Responses To Ultraviolet-B Radiation. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 65: 3820-3827.

Miller, R.V., W.H. Jeffrey, D. Mitchell, and M. Elasri. 1999. Bacterial  responses to Solar Ultraviolet light. ASM News  65: 535-541.

Massana, R., L.T. Taylor, A.E. Murray, K.Y. Wu, W.H. Jeffrey, and E.F. DeLong. 1998. Distribution of marine planktonic Archaea in the Gerlache Straight, Antarctic Peninsula, during early spring. Limnology and Oceanography 43: 618-624.

Wilhelm, S.W., M.G. Weinbauer, C.A. Suttle, and W.H. Jeffrey. 1998. The role of sunlight in the removal and repair of viruses in the sea. Limnology and Oceanography 43: 586-592.

Lyons, M.M., P. Aas, J.D. Pakulski, L. Van Waasbergen, D.L. Mitchell, R.V. Miller, and W.H. Jeffrey.  1998. Ultraviolet radiation induced DNA damage in coral reef microbial communities. Marine Biology 130: 537-543.

Jeffrey, W.H. 1998. Induction of DNA Photodamage in Marine Microbial Communities By Ultraviolet Radiation. In  H. Honigsmann, R.M. Knobler, F. Trautinger, and G. Jori (eds)  Proceedings of the 12th International Congress on Photobiology. Association Internationale de Photobiologie. Organizzazione Editoriale Medico Farmaceutica, Milano, Italy. pp. 26-30.

Pakulski, J.D., P. Aas P, W.H. Jeffrey, M. Lyons, L. Von Waasenbergen, D. Mitchell, and R. Coffin. 1998.  Influence of light on bacterioplankton production and respiration in a subtropical reef. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 14:137-148.

Jeffrey, W.H., R.V. Miller, and D.L. Mitchell. 1997. Detection of ultraviolet radiation induced DNA damage in microbial communities of the Gerlache Strait. The Antarctic Journal of the United States. 32: 85-87.

Booth, C.R., J.H. Morrow, T.P. Coohill, J.J. Cullen, J.E. Frederick, D-P. Häder, O. Holm-Hansen, W. H. Jeffrey, D.L. Mitchell, P.J. Neale, I. Sobolev, J. Van Der Leun, and R.C. Worrest. 1997. Impacts of Solar UVR on Aquatic Microorganisms. Photochem. Photobiol. 65: 252-269.

Aas, P., M. M. Lyons, R. J. Pledger , D.L. Mitchell, and W.H. Jeffrey. 1996. Inhibition of Bacterial Activities by Solar Radiation in Nearshore Waters and the Gulf of Mexico. Aquat. Microb. Ecol. 11: 229-238.

Jeffrey, W.H., P. Aas, M. M. Lyons, R. Pledger, D.L. Mitchell, and R. B. Coffin. 1996. Ambient Solar Radiation Induced Photodamage in Marine Bacterioplankton. Photochem. Photobiol. 64 (3): 419-427.

Pakulski, J.D., R.B. Coffin, C.A. Kelley, R. Downer, M. Maille Lyons, P. Aas, and W.H. Jeffrey. 1996. Iron stimulation of Antarctic bacteria. Nature 383: 133-134.

Jeffrey, W.H., R. Von Haven, M.P. Hoch, and R.B. Coffin. 1996. Bacterioplankton RNA, DNA, protein content and relationships to rates of thymidine and leucine incorporation. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 10: 87-95.

Jeffrey, W.H., S. Nazaret, and T. Barkay. 1996. Detection of the merA gene and its expression in the environment. Microb. Ecol. 32: 293-303.

Jeffrey, W.H., R.J. Pledger, P. Aas, S. Hager, R.B. Coffin, R. Von Haven, and D.L. Mitchell. 1996. Diel and depth profiles of DNA photodamage in bacterioplankton exposed to ambient solar ultraviolet radiation. Mar. Ecol. Progr. Ser. 137: 293-304.

Jeffrey, W.H., D.L. Mitchell, and R.B. Coffin. 1995. Molecular studies of ultraviolet radiation effects on marine bacteria, pp. 90-104. In:  M. Levin, C. Grim, and J.S. Angle (eds.), Biotechnology Risk Assessment:  Risk Assessment Methodologies, Proceeding of the Biotechnology Risk Assessment Symposium. University of Maryland Biotechnology Institute, College Park.

Barkay, T., S. Nazaret, and W.H. Jeffrey. 1995. Degradative genes in the environment. In:  L.Y. Young and C. Cerniglia (ed)  Microbiological transformation and degradation of toxic organic chemicals. Wiley-Liss, Inc., New York. pp. 545-577.

Santavy, D.L., W.H. Jeffrey, R.A. Snyder, J. Campbell, P. Malouin, and L. Cole. 1994. Microbial community dynamics in the mucus of healthy and stressed coral hosts. Bull. Mar. Sci. 54: 1077-1078.

Nazaret, S., W.H. Jeffrey, E. Saouter, R. VonHaven, and T. Barkay. 1994. mer gene expression in aquatic environments measured by mRNA production and Hg(II) volatilization. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 60: 4059-4065.

Jeffrey, W.H., S. Nazaret, and R. Von Haven. 1994.  Improved method for the recovery of mRNA from aquatic samples: application to detecting mer gene expression. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 60: 1814-1821.

Jeffrey, W.H., S. M Cuskey, R. B. Coffin, and M. Reagin. 1992. The use of lethal bacterial genes to limit the survival of intentionally released genetically engineered microorganisms, pp. 225-227. In  Proceedings of the 4th investigators’ meeting for EPA’s biotechnology-biological control agent risk assessment research program. United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. EPA/600/R-92/147.

Jeffrey, W.H., S.M. Cuskey, P.J. Chapman, S. Resnick, and R.H. Olsen. 1992. Pseudomonas putida mutants unable to catabolize benzoate: Cloning and characterization of Pseudomonas genes involved in benzoate catabolism and isolation of a chromosomal DNA fragment able to substitute for xylS in the activation of the TOL lower pathway promoter.  J. Bacteriol. 174: 4986-4996.

Paul, J.H., L.H. Cazares, A.W. David, M.F. DeFlaun, and W.H. Jeffrey. 1991. The distribution of dissolved DNA in oligotrophic and eutrophic rivers in southwest Florida. Hydrobiologia  218: 53-63.

Paul, J.H., W.H. Jeffrey, and J.P. Cannon. 1990. Production of dissolved DNA, RNA, and protein by microbial populations in a Florida reservoir. Appl. and  Environ. Microbiology 56: 2957-2962.

Jeffrey, W.H., J.H. Paul, L.H. Cazares, M.F. DeFlaun, and A.W. David. 1990. Correlation of non-specific macromolecular labeling with environmental  parameters during [3H]thymidine incorporation in the waters of  southwest Florida. Microb. Ecol. 20: 21-35.

Jeffrey, W.H., J.H. Paul, and G.J. Stewart. 1990. Natural transformation of a marine Vibrio sp. by plasmid DNA. Microbial Ecology 19: 259-268.

Jeffrey, W.H., and J.H. Paul. 1990. Thymidine uptake, thymidine incorporation, and thymidine kinase activity in marine bacterium isolates. Appl. and Environmental Microbiology 56: 1367-1372.

Paul, J.H., W.H. Jeffrey, A.W. David, M.F. DeFlaun, and L.H. Cazares. 1989. The turnover of extracellular DNA in eutrophic and oligotrophic  freshwater environments of southwest Florida. Applied and  Environmental Microbiology 55: 1823-1828.

Jeffrey, W.H., and J.H. Paul. 1988. Underestimation of DNA synthesis by [3H]thymidine incorporation in marine bacteria. Applied and Environ. Microbiology 54: 3165-3168.

Paul, J.H., M.F. DeFlaun, and W.H. Jeffrey. 1988. Mechanisms of DNA utilization by estuarine microbial populations. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 54: 1682-1688.

Paul, J.H., M.F. DeFlaun, W.H. Jeffrey, and A.W. David. 1988. Seasonal and diel variability in dissolved DNA and in microbial biomass  and activity in a subtropical estuary. Applied and  Environmental Microbiology 54:  718- 727.

Jeffrey, W.H., and J.H. Paul. 1988. The effect of 5-fluoro 2'-deoxyuridine on [3H]thymidine incorporation by bacterioplankton in the waters of southwest Florida. Applied and  Environmental Microbiology 54: 331-336.

DeFlaun, M.F., J.H. Paul, and W.H. Jeffrey. 1987. Distribution and molecular weight of dissolved DNA in subtropical estuarine and oceanic environments. Mar. Ecology Progress Series 34: 65-73.

Paul, J.H., W.H. Jeffrey, and M.F. DeFlaun. 1987. The dynamics of extracellular DNA in the marine environment. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 53:  170-179.

Paul, J.H., M.F. DeFlaun, and W.H. Jeffrey. 1986. Elevated levels of microbial activity in the coral surface microlayer. Mar. Ecol. Progr. Ser. 33: 29-40.

Jeffrey, W.H., and J.H. Paul. 1986. Activity measurements of planktonic microbial and microfouling communities in a eutrophic estuary. Applied and  Environmental Microbiology 51: 157-162.

Jeffrey, W.H., and J.H. Paul. 1986. The activity of attached and free-living Vibrio sp. as measured by thymidine incorporation, p-iodonitrotetrazolium reduction, and ATP/DNA ratios. Applied and  Environmental Microbiology 51: 150-156.

Jeffrey, W.H., and J.H. Schiltz. 1985. Algaecides: Solutions or problems? Pool and Spa News 24: 154-156.

Paul, J.H., W.H. Jeffrey, and M.F. DeFlaun. 1985. Particulate DNA in subtropical oceanic and estuarine planktonic environments. Marine Biology 90: 95-101.

Paul, J.H., and W.H. Jeffrey. 1985. Evidence for separate adhesion mechanisms for hydrophilic and hydrophobic surfaces in Vibrio proteolytica. Applied and  Environmental Microbiology 50: 431-437.

Paul, J.H., and W.H. Jeffrey. 1985. The effect of surfactants on the attachment of estuarine and marine bacteria to surfaces. Can. J. Microbiol. 31: 224-228

Paul, J.H., and W.H. Jeffrey. 1984. Measurements of diameters of estuarine bacteria and particulates in natural water samples by use of a submicron particle analyzer. Current Microbiology 10: 7-12.

In Preparation

Tominack, S., C. Riesenfeld, J.A. Moss, W.H. Jeffrey, and R.A. Snyder. Spatial And Temporal Variations in the Community Structure of Marine Archaea in the Northeastern Gulf of Mexico. (To be submitted to Limnology and Oceanography)

Houghton, K.A., J.M. Hutcheson, R.A. Snyder, and W.H. Jeffrey. Responses in Bacterioplankton Production and Community Structure after Exposure to Oil and Dispersant in the Northeastern Gulf Of Mexico (To be submitted to Frontiers in Microbiology)

Hutcheson, J.M., K.A. Houghton, J.M., R.A. Snyder, and W.H. Jeffrey. Bacterioplankton Community Response To Solar Radiation and Crude Oil in the Northeastern Gulf of Mexico (To be submitted to Microbial Ecology)

Davis, B., C. Riesenfeld, C. Wallace, R.A. Snyder, W.H. Jeffrey, and J.E. Lepo. Taxonomic and metabolic characterization of bacteria isolated from Gulf of Mexicosediments affected by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. (To be submitted to Frontiers in Microbiology)