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Boddicker, A.B., and A.C. Mosier. 2018. Genomic profiling of four cultivated Candidatus Nitrotoga spp. predicts broad metabolic potential and environmental distribution. The ISME Journal, 12: 2864–2882.

Ramanathan, B., Boddicker, A.M., Roane, T.M., and A.C. Mosier. 2017. Nitrifier gene abundance and diversity in sediments impacted by acid mine drainage. Frontiers in Microbiology, 8: Article 2136.

Mosier, A.C., Miller, C.S., Frischkorn, K.R., Ohm, R.A., Li, Z., LaButti, K., Lapidus, A., Lipzen, A., Chen, C., Johnson, J., Lindquist, E.A., Pan, C., Hettich, R.L., Grigoriev, I.V., Singer, S.W., and J.F. Banfield.  2016.  Fungi contribute critical but spatially varying roles in nitrogen and carbon cycling in acid mine drainage.  Frontiers in Microbiology, 7: Article 238.  

Mosier, A.C., Li, Z., Pan, C., Thomas, B.C., Hettich, R.L., and J.F. Banfield.  2015.  Elevated temperature alters proteomic responses of individual organisms within a biofilm community.  The ISME Journal, 9: 180–194.   *Featured “Research Highlight” in Nature Reviews Microbiology.

Damashek, J., Smith, J.M., Mosier, A.C., and C.A. Francis.  2015.  Benthic ammonia oxidizers differ in community structure and biogeochemical potential across a riverine delta.  Frontiers in Microbiology, 5: Article 743.    

Smith, J.M., Mosier, A.C., and C.A. Francis.  2015.  Spatiotemporal relationships between the abundance, distribution, and potential activities of ammonia-oxidizing and denitrifying microorganisms in intertidal sediments.  Microbial Ecology, 69:13-24.    
 
Justice, N.B., Li, Z., Wang, Y., Spaudling, S.E., Mosier, A.C., Hettich, R.L., Pan, C., and J.F. Banfield.  2014.  15N- and 2H proteomic stable isotope probing links nitrogen flow to archaeal heterotrophic activity.  Environmental Microbiology, 16: 3224-3237.    

Mosier, A.C.*, Justice, N.B.*, Bowen, B.P., Baran, R., Thomas, B.C., Northen, T.R., and J.F. Banfield.  2013.  Metabolites associated with adaptation of microorganisms to an acidophilic, metal-rich environment identified by stable-isotope-enabled metabolomics.  mBio 4(2):00484-12. *Contributed Equally

Mosier, A.C., Lund, M.B., and C.A. Francis.  2012.  Ecophysiology of an ammonia-oxidizing archaeon adapted to low-salinity habitats.  Microbial Ecology, 64: 955-963.

Biller, S.J., Mosier, A.C.*, Wells, G.F.*, and C.A. Francis.  2012.  Global biodiversity of aquatic ammonia-oxidizing archaea is partitioned by habitat.  Frontiers in Microbiology, 3: 1–15.  *Contributed Equally

Mosier, A.C., Allen, E.E., Kim, M., Ferriera, S., and C.A. Francis.  2012.  Genome sequence of “Candidatus Nitrosoarchaeum limnia” BG20, a low-salinity ammonia oxidizing archaeon from the San Francisco Bay estuary.  Journal of Bacteriology, 194: 2119-2120.

Mosier, A.C., Allen, E.E., Kim, M., Ferriera, S., and C.A. Francis.  2012.  Genome sequence of “Candidatus Nitrosopumilus salaria” BD31, an ammonia oxidizing archaeon from the San Francisco Bay estuary.  Journal of Bacteriology, 194: 2121-2122.

Robidart, J.C., Preston, C.M., Paerl, R.W., Turk, K.A., Mosier, A.C., Francis, C.A., Scholin, C.A., and J.P. Zehr.  2012.  Seasonal Synechococcusand Thaumarchaeal population dynamics examined with high resolution with remote in situ instrumentation.  The ISME Journal, 6: 513-523.

Pitcher, A., Hopmans, E.C., Mosier, A.C., Park, S., Rhee, S., Francis, C.A., Schouten, S., and J.S. Sinninghe Damsté.  2011.  Core and intact polar glycerol dibiphytanyl glycerol tetraether lipids of ammonia-oxidizing archaea enriched from marine and estuarine sediments.  Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 77:3468-3477.

Mosier, A.C., and C.A. Francis.  2011.  Determining the distribution of marine and coastal ammonia-oxidizing archaea and bacteria using a quantitative approach.  Methods in Enzymology, 486: 205-221.

Blainey, P.C.*, Mosier, A.C.*, Potanina, A., Francis, C.A., and S.R. Quake.  2011.  Genome of a low-salinity ammonia-oxidizing archaeon determined by single-cell and metagenomic analysis.  PLoS ONE, 6: e16626. 
*Contributed Equally; *Featured “most highly cited article” in PLoS ONE (May 2013).

Wankel, S.D., Mosier, A.C., Hansel, C.M., Paytan, A., and C.A. Francis.  2011.  Spatial variability in nitrification rates and ammonia-oxidizing microbial communities in the agriculturally impacted Elkhorn Slough estuary, California.  Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 77(1): 269-280.

Mosier, A.C., and C.A. Francis.  2010.  Denitrifier abundance and activity across the San Francisco Bay estuary.  Environmental Microbiology Reports, 2(5): 667–676.

Mosier, A.C., and C.A. Francis.  2008.  Relative abundance and diversity of ammonia-oxidizing archaea and bacteria in the San Francisco Bay estuary.  Environmental Microbiology, 10(11): 3002-3016.

Mosier, A.C., Murray, A.E., and C.H. Fritsen.  2007.  Microbiota within the perennial ice cover of Lake Vida, Antarctica.  FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 59: 274-288.

Mosier, A.  2006.  Diversity of Life.  In L. Mix, J. Armstrong, A. Mandel, A. Mosier, S. Rao, J. Raymond, S. Raymond, F. Stewart, and O. Zhaxybayeva, eds.  The Astrobiology Primer.  Astrobiology, 6 (5): 735-813.

Davis, C., MosierA.C., and C.H. Fritsen.  2003.  Incline Creek Watershed Bioassessment; Fall 2001-Spring 2002.  Report for the Desert Research Institute.  *non-peer reviewed

Mosier, A.C., and C.H. Fritsen.  2002.  Limnological profiles at Walker Lake, Nevada, March 2002.  Report for the Nevada Division of Environmental Protection (Bureau of Water Quality Planning) and the Nevada Division of Wildlife (Fisheries Bureau).  *non-peer reviewed

Memmott, J., Fritsen, C.H., Mosier, A.C., and M. Robinson.  2002.  Truckee River biomass monitoring program.  Report for Washoe County and Truckee Meadows Water Reclamation Facility.  *non-peer reviewed