Jeffrey J. Marlow
Jeffrey J. Marlow
Assistant Professor of Biology, Boston University
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Periglacial landforms at the Phoenix landing site and the northern plains of Mars
MT Mellon, RE Arvidson, JJ Marlow, RJ Phillips, E Asphaug
Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets 113 (E3), 2008
Iron oxides stimulate sulfate-driven anaerobic methane oxidation in seeps
O Sivan, G Antler, AV Turchyn, JJ Marlow, VJ Orphan
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (40), E4139-E4147, 2014
Carbonate-hosted methanotrophy represents an unrecognized methane sink in the deep sea
JJ Marlow, JA Steele, W Ziebis, AR Thurber, LA Levin, VJ Orphan
Nature Communications 5, 2014
Size‐frequency distributions of rocks on the northern plains of Mars with special reference to Phoenix landing surfaces
MP Golombek, A Huertas, JJ Marlow, B McGrane, C Klein, M Martinez, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets (1991–2012) 113 (E3), 2008
Methane seep carbonates yield clumped isotope signatures out of equilibrium with formation temperatures
SJ Loyd, J Sample, RE Tripati, WF Defliese, K Brooks, M Hovland, ...
Nature communications 7 (1), 1-12, 2016
Microbial abundance and diversity patterns associated with sediments and carbonates from the methane seep environments of Hydrate Ridge, OR
JJ Marlow, JA Steele, DH Case, SA Connon, LA Levin, VJ Orphan
Frontiers in Marine Science 1, 44, 2014
Methane seep carbonates host distinct, diverse, and dynamic microbial assemblages
DH Case, AL Pasulka, JJ Marlow, BM Grupe, LA Levin, VJ Orphan
MBio 6 (6), e01348-15, 2015
Archaea in metazoan diets: implications for food webs and biogeochemical cycling
AR Thurber, LA Levin, VJ Orphan, JJ Marlow
The ISME Journal, 2012
Mineralogy drives bacterial biogeography of hydrothermally inactive seafloor sulfide deposits
BM Toner, RA Lesniewski, JJ Marlow, LJ Briscoe, CM Santelli, W Bach, ...
Geomicrobiology Journal 30 (4), 313-326, 2013
BqsR/BqsS constitute a two-component system that senses extracellular Fe (II) in Pseudomonas aeruginosa
NNK Kreamer, JC Wilks, JJ Marlow, ML Coleman, DK Newman
Journal of bacteriology 194 (5), 1195-1204, 2012
Mars on Earth: soil analogues for future Mars missions
JJ Marlow, Z Martins, MA Sephton
Astronomy & Geophysics 49 (2), 2.20-2.23, 2008
Impacts of deep‐sea mining on microbial ecosystem services
BN Orcutt, JA Bradley, WJ Brazelton, ER Estes, JM Goordial, JA Huber, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 65 (7), 1489-1510, 2020
Paleo-rock-hosted life on Earth and the search on Mars: a review and strategy for exploration
TC Onstott, BL Ehlmann, H Sapers, M Coleman, M Ivarsson, JJ Marlow, ...
Astrobiology 19 (10), 1230-1262, 2019
Autoendoliths: a distinct type of rock‐hosted microbial life
JJ Marlow, J Peckmann, VJ Orphan
Geobiology, 2015
Organic host analogues and the search for life on Mars
JJ Marlow, Z Martins, MA Sephton
International Journal of Astrobiology 10 (1), 31-44, 2011
Proteomic Stable Isotope Probing Reveals Biosynthesis Dynamics of Slow Growing Methane Based Microbial Communities
JJ Marlow, CT Skennerton, Z Li, K Chourey, R Hettich, C Pan, V Orphan
Frontiers in Microbiology 7, 563, 2016
The potential for biologically catalyzed anaerobic methane oxidation on ancient Mars
J MarlowJeffrey, E LaRoweDouglas, L EhlmannBethany, P AmendJan, ...
Astrobiology, 2014
A global synthesis of lava lake dynamics
E Lev, P Ruprecht, C Oppenheimer, N Peters, M Patrick, P Hernández, ...
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 381, 16-31, 2019
Characterization of benthic biogeochemistry and ecology at three methane seep sites on the Northern US Atlantic margin
D McVeigh, A Skarke, AE Dekas, C Borrelli, WL Hong, JJ Marlow, ...
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 150, 41-56, 2018
Telepresence is a potentially transformative tool for field science
J Marlow, C Borrelli, SP Jungbluth, C Hoffman, J Marlow, PR Girguis, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (19), 4841-4844, 2017
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