Joel E Kostka
Joel E Kostka
Professor of Biology and Earth & Atmospheric Sciences
biology.gatech.edu ̸ Ȯε - Ȩ
Hydrocarbon-degrading bacteria and the bacterial community response in Gulf of Mexico beach sands impacted by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill
JE Kostka, O Prakash, WA Overholt, SJ Green, G Freyer, A Canion, ...
Applied and environmental microbiology 77 (22), 7962-7974, 2011
Partitioning and speciation of solid phase iron in saltmarsh sediments
JE Kostka, GW Luther III
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 58 (7), 1701-1710, 1994
Sulfate-reducing bacteria methylate mercury at variable rates in pure culture and in marine sediments
JK King, JE Kostka, ME Frischer, FM Saunders
Applied and environmental microbiology 66 (6), 2430-2437, 2000
Benthic exchange and biogeochemical cycling in permeable sediments
M Huettel, P Berg, JE Kostka
Annual review of marine Science 6 (1), 23-51, 2014
Dissolution and reduction of magnetite by bacteria
JE Kostka, KH Nealson
Environmental Science & Technology 29 (10), 2535-2540, 1995
Change in bacterial community structure during in situ biostimulation of subsurface sediment cocontaminated with uranium and nitrate
NN North, SL Dollhopf, L Petrie, JD Istok, DL Balkwill, JE Kostka
Applied and environmental microbiology 70 (8), 4911-4920, 2004
Meeting report: the terabase metagenomics workshop and the vision of an Earth microbiome project
JA Gilbert, F Meyer, D Antonopoulos, P Balaji, CT Brown, CT Brown, ...
Standards in genomic sciences 3, 243-248, 2010
Chemical and biological reduction of Mn (III)-pyrophosphate complexes: potential importance of dissolved Mn (III) as an environmental oxidant
JE Kostka, GW Luther III, KH Nealson
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 59 (5), 885-894, 1995
Macrofaunal burrows and irrigation in marine sediment: microbiological and biogeochemical interactions
E Kristensen, JE Kostka
Interactions between macro‐and microorganisms in marine sediments 60, 125-157, 2005
Reduction of structural Fe (III) in smectite by a pure culture of Shewanella putrefaciens strain MR-1
JE Kostka, JW Stucki, KH Nealson, J Wu
Clays and Clay Minerals 44 (4), 522-529, 1996
Seasonal iron cycling in the salt-marsh sedimentary environment: the importance of ligand complexes with Fe (II) and Fe (III) in the dissolution of Fe (III) minerals and pyrite 
GW Luther III, JE Kostka, TM Church, B Sulzberger, W Stumm
Marine chemistry 40 (1-2), 81-103, 1992
Enumeration and characterization of iron (III)-reducing microbial communities from acidic subsurface sediments contaminated with uranium (VI)
L Petrie, NN North, SL Dollhopf, DL Balkwill, JE Kostka
Applied and environmental microbiology 69 (12), 7467-7479, 2003
Growth of iron (III)-reducing bacteria on clay minerals as the sole electron acceptor and comparison of growth yields on a variety of oxidized iron forms
JE Kostka, DD Dalton, H Skelton, S Dollhopf, JW Stucki
Applied and Environmental microbiology 68 (12), 6256-6262, 2002
Respiration and dissolution of iron (III)-containing clay minerals by bacteria
JE Kostka, E Haefele, R Viehweger, JW Stucki
Environmental Science & Technology 33 (18), 3127-3133, 1999
A quantitative relationship that demonstrates mercury methylation rates in marine sediments are based on the community composition and activity of sulfate-reducing bacteria
JK King, JE Kostka, ME Frischer, FM Saunders, RA Jahnke
Environmental science & technology 35 (12), 2491-2496, 2001
Microbial Responses to the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill: From Coastal Wetlands to the Deep Sea
GM King, JE Kostka, TC Hazen, PA Sobecky
Annual review of marine science 7 (1), 377-401, 2015
The rates and pathways of carbon oxidation in bioturbated saltmarsh sediments
JE Kostka, B Gribsholt, E Petrie, D Dalton, H Skelton, E Kristensen
Limnology and Oceanography 47 (1), 230-240, 2002
The impact of structural Fe (III) reduction by bacteria on the surface chemistry of smectite clay minerals
JE Kostka, J Wu, KH Nealson, JW Stucki
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 63 (22), 3705-3713, 1999
Aerobic denitrification in permeable Wadden Sea sediments
H Gao, F Schreiber, G Collins, MM Jensen, JE Kostka, G Lavik, D De Beer, ...
The ISME journal 4 (3), 417-426, 2010
Denitrifying bacteria from the genus Rhodanobacter dominate bacterial communities in the highly contaminated subsurface of a nuclear legacy waste site
SJ Green, O Prakash, P Jasrotia, WA Overholt, E Cardenas, D Hubbard, ...
Applied and environmental microbiology 78 (4), 1039-1047, 2012
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