(Names in italics indicate those working under my supervision or co-supervision.)
Papers in revision or review
Place, B., Quilty, A., Di Lorenzo, R., Ziegler, S.E. and T. VandenBoer (2016) Quantitation of nine alkyl amines in atmospheric samples: Separating structural isomers by ion chromatography. In review for Atmospheric Measurement Techniques
Bowering, K., Edwards, K. and S.E. Ziegler (2016) Dissolved organic carbon fluxes from soil organic horizons within mature and regenerating boreal forest stands. in revision for Biogeochemistry
Ziegler, S.E., Benner, R., Billings, S.A., Edwards, K., Philben, M., Zhu, X., and J. Laganiere (2016) Climate change can accelerate carbon fluxes without changing soil carbon stocks. In review for Frontiers in Earth Science.
Mann, E.A., Ziegler, S.E., Steffen, A. and N.J. O’Driscoll (2016) Increasing chloride concentration causes retention of mercury in Arctic snow due to changes in photoreduction kinetics. In review for FACET.
Klapstein, S., Ziegler, S.E., Risk, D. and N.J. O’Driscoll (2016) Quantifying the effect of photoreactive DOM on the methylmercury photodemethylation rate in a temperate freshwater ecosystem. Accepted for publication in Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry
Budge, S. M., Aucoin, L.R., Ziegler, S.E. and S.P. Lall (2016) Fractionation of stable carbon isotopes of polyunsaturated fatty acids during assimilation and mobilization in Atlantic pollock (Pollachius virens). (invited paper) In press in Ecosphere
Philben, M., Ziegler, S.E., Edwards, K., Kahler, R. and R. Benner (2016) Rates of soil organic nitrogen cycling increase with temperature and precipitation along a boreal forest latitudinal transect. Biogeochemistry (online January 22nd) DOI 10.1007/s10533-016-0187-7.
Podrebarac, F., Laganiere, J., Billings, S.A., Edwards, K. and S.E. Ziegler (2016) Soils isolated during incubation underestimate temperature sensitivity of respiration and its response to climate history. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 93: 60-68.
Mann, E. A., Mallory, M. L., Ziegler, S. E., Avery, T.S., Tordon, R. and N.J. O'Driscoll (2015) Mercury loss from Arctic snow is controlled by UV irradiation, temperature, and snow age. In press in Environmental Science and Technology.
Kohl, L. Laganière, J., Edwards, K., Billings, S.A, VanBiesen, G., Morrill, P.L, and S.E. Ziegler (2015) Distinct fungal and bacterial δ13C signatures as potential drivers of increasing δ13C of soil organic matter with depth. Biogeochemistry Letters 124:13-26.
Wiegner, T. N., Kaplan, L.A., Ziegler, S.E. and R.H. Findlay (2015) Ubiquitous consumption of terrestrial dissolved organic carbon by stream microorganisms. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 75:225-237
Laganiere, J., Podrebarac, F., Billings S.A., Edwards, K. and S.E. Ziegler (2015) A warmer climate reduces the bioreactivity of isolated boreal forest soil horizons without increasing the temperature sensitivity of respiratory CO2. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 84:177-188.
Morrill, P.A., Brazelton, W., Kohl, L., Rietze, A., Miles, S., Kavanagh, H., Schrenk, M., Ziegler, S.E., and S. Lang (2014) Investigations of potential microbial methanogenic and carbon monoxide utilization pathways in ultra-basic reducing springs associated with present day continental serpentinization: The Tablelands, NL, CAN. Frontiers in Microbiology 5: 613.
Mann, E. A., Mallory, M. L., Ziegler, S.E., Tordon, R., & O'Driscoll, N. J. (2014). Mercury in Arctic snow: Quantifying the kinetics of photochemical oxidation and reduction. Science of the Total Environment. doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2014.07.056
Mann, E.A., Ziegler, S.E., Mallory, M. and N.J. O’Driscoll (2014) Mercury photochemistry in snow and implications for Arctic Ecosystems. Environmental Reviews 22: 1-15.
Berggren, M., Ziegler, S.E., St-Gelais, N.F., Beisner, B.E. and P.A. del Giorgio (2014) Contrasting patterns of allochthony among three major groups of crustacean zooplankton in boreal and temperate lakes. Ecology 95(7): 1947-1959.
Li, J., Ziegler, S.E., Lane, C.S. and S. Billings (2013) Legacies of native climate regime govern responses of boreal soil microbes to litter C:N and temperature. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 66: 204-213.
Franke, D., Bonnell, E.J. and S.E. Ziegler (2013) Dissolved organic matter mineralization by heterotrophic stream biofilm communities in a large boreal watershed. 58(10): 2007-2026. DOI: 10.1111/fwb.12187
Ziegler, S.E., Lane, C.S, Li, J., Fogel, M.L. and S.A. Billings (2013) Warming alters the microbial routing of litter versus more humified carbon in boreal forest organic soils. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 60, 23-32.
DeBond, N.A., Fogel, M.L., Morrill, P.L., Benner, R., Bowden, R. and S.E. Ziegler (2013) The major biochemicals in plants have variable δD: implications forenvironmental studies. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 111, 117-127. ISSN 0016-7037.
Lane, C.S., Lyon, D.R. and S.E. Ziegler (2012) Cycling of two contrasting carbon substrates by heterotrophic biofilms across a nutrient gradient of headwater streams. Aquatic Sciences. Doi:10.1007/s00027-012-0269-0
Li. J., Ziegler, S.E., Lane, C.S. and S.A. Billings (2012) Warming preferentially enhances mineralization of slower-turnover soil organic matter along a boreal forest transect. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, G02008, doi: 10.1029/2011JG001769
Billings, S.A., Ziegler, S.E., Benner, R., Richter, D. deB. And W.H. Schlesinger (2012) Predicting carbon cycle feedbacks to climate: integrating the right tools for the job. EOS 93, No. 19, 8 May 2012.
Franke, D., Hamilton, M.W., and S.E. Ziegler (2012) Variation in the photochemical lability of dissolved organic matter in a large boreal watershed. Aquatic Sciences. doi 10.1007/s00027-012-0258-3
Schaeffer, S.M., Ziegler, S.E., Belnap, J. and R. D. Evans (2011) Effects of Bromus tectorum invasion on microbial carbon and nitrogen cycling in two adjacent undisturbed grassland communities. Biogeochemistry, doi: 10.1007/s10533-011-9668x
Jin, V. L., S. M. Schaeffer, S. E. Ziegler, and R. D. Evans (2011), Soil water availability and microsite mediate fungal and bacterial phospholipid fatty acid biomarker abundances in Mojave Desert soils exposed to elevated atmospheric CO2, J. Geophys. Res., 116, G02001, doi:10.1029/2010JG001564.
Ziegler, S.E. and D.R. Lyon (2010). Factors regulating epilithic biofilm carbon cycling and release with nutrient enrichment in headwater streams. Hydrobiologia (Special Issue on Global Change in River Ecosystems). 657(1): 71-88
Ziegler, S.E. and S. Billings (2010) Interactive effects of elevated CO2 and nitrogen fertilization on substrate carbon flow through forest soil microbial communities. Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences 116, G01011 doi 1029/2010JG001434.
Billings, S.A., Lichter, J., Ziegler, S.E., Hungate, B.A. and D. de B. Richter (2010) A call to investigate drivers of soil organic matter retention vs. mineralization in a high CO2 world. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 42:665-668.
Ziegler, S.E., Lyon, D.R. and S. Townsend (2009) Carbon release and cycling within epilithic biofilms in two contrasting headwater streams. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 55: 285-300
Bellinger, B.J., Underwood, G.J.C., Ziegler, S.E, and M.R. Gretz (2009) The significance of diatom-derived polymers in carbon flow dynamics within estuarine biofilms determined through isotopic enrichment. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 55:169-187.
Lyon, D.R. and S.E. Ziegler (2009) Carbon cycling within epilithic biofilm communities across a nutrient gradient of headwater streams. Limnology and Oceanography 54(2): 439-449.
Billings, S.A., Ziegler, S.E.(2008)Altered patterns of soil carbon substrate usage and heterotrophic respiration in a pine forest with elevated CO2 and N fertilization.Global Change Biology14:1–12.
Lichter, J., Billings, S.A., Ziegler, S.E., Gaindh, D., Ryals, R., Finzi, A.C., Jackson, R.B., Stemmler, E.A., Schlesinger, W.H.(2008) Soil carbon sequestration in a pine forest after nine years of atmospheric CO2 enrichment.Global Change Biology 14:2910-2922.[This paper was selected as a research highlight by Nature Reports Climate Change 3:2.]
Billings, S. and S.Ziegler (2005) Linking microbial activity and soil organic matter transformations in forest soils under elevated CO2. Global Change Biology 11:203-212.
Ziegler, S., White, P. M., D. C. Wolf, and G.J. Thoma (2005) Tracking the fate and recycling of a 13C-labeled glucose in soil. Soil Science 170: 767-778.
Ziegler S., Kaiser E. and R. Benner (2004) Seasonal and diel dynamics of dissolved organic nitrogen and phosphorus in a subtropic seagrass- dominated lagoon. Bulletin of Marine Science 75(3): 391-407.
Brisco, S. and S. Ziegler (2004) Effects of solar radiation on the utilization of dissolved organic matter in Ozark headwater streams. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 37: 197-208.
Ziegler S. and S. Brisco (2004) Relationships between the isotopic composition of dissolved organic carbon and its bioavailability in contrasting Ozark streams. Hydrobiologia 513: 153-169.
Ziegler S. and M. L. Fogel (2003) Seasonal and diel relationships between the isotopic compositions of dissolved and particulate organic matter in a freshwater ecosystem. Biogeochemistry 64:25-52.
Ziegler S. and R. Benner (2000) Effects of solar radiation on microbial production and dissolved organic matter cycling in a shallow, subtropical lagoon. Limnology and Oceanography 45: 257-266.
Benner R. and S. Ziegler (2000) Do photochemical transformations of dissolved organic matter produce biorefractory as well as bioreactive substrates? In Current Perspectives in Microbial Ecology, C. R. Bell, M. H. Brylinsky, and P. Johnson-Green (eds). Springer-Verlag.
Ziegler S. and R. Benner (1999) Dissolved organic carbon cycling in a subtropical seagrass-dominated lagoon. Marine Ecology Progress Series 180:149-160.
Ziegler S. and R. Benner (1999) Nutrient cycling in the water column of a subtropical seagrass meadow Marine Ecology Progress Series 188: 51-62.
Ziegler S. and R. Benner (1998) Ecosystem metabolism in a subtropical seagrass dominated lagoon. Marine Ecology Progress Series 173: 1-12.
Strom S., Benner R., Ziegler S. and M. Dagg (1997) Planktonic grazers are a potentially important source of marine dissolved organic carbon. Limnology and Oceanography 42: 1364-1374.