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  1. Casey, J.R., Lomas, M.W., Mandecki, J., Walker, D.E., 2007. Prochlorococcus contributes to new production in the Sargasso Sea deep chlorophyll maximum. Geophysical Research Letters 34, L10604. PDF
  2. Casey, J.R., Lomas, M.W., Michelou, V.K., Dyhrman, S.T., Ammerman, J.W., Sylvan, J.B., 2009. Taxon-specific orthophosphate and ATP utilization in the western Sargasso Sea. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 58, 31-44. PDF
  3. Fawcett, S.E., Lomas, M.W., Casey, J.R., Ward, B.B., Sigman, D.M., 2011. Assimilation of upwelled nitrate by small eukaryotes in the Sargasso Sea. Nature Geoscience 4, 1–6. PDF
  4. Lomas, M.W., Moran, S.B., Casey, J.R., Bell, D.W., Tiahlo, M., Whitefield, J., Kelly, R.P., Mathis, J.T., Cokelet, E.D., 2012. Spatial and seasonal variability of primary production on the Eastern Bering Sea shelf. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 1–15. PDF
  5. Mackey, K., Buck, K.N., Casey, J.R., Cid, A., Lomas, M.W., Sohrin, Y., Paytan, A., 2012. Phytoplankton responses to atmospheric metal deposition in the coastal and open-ocean Sargasso Sea. Frontiers in Microbiology 3, 1–15. PDF
  6. Casey, J.R., Aucan, J.P., Goldberg, S.R., Lomas, M.W., 2013. Changes in partitioning of carbon among photosynthetic pico- and nanoplankton in the Sargasso Sea in response to changes in the North Atlantic Oscillation. Deep Sea Research II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 93, 58-70. PDF
  7. Wallhead, P.J., Garçon, V.C., Casey, J.R., Lomas, M.W., 2014. Long-term variability of phytoplankton carbon biomass in the Sargasso Sea. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 28, 825-841. PDF
  8. Durham, B.P., Grote, J., Whittaker, K.A., Bender, S.J., Luo, H., Grim, S.L., Brown, J.M., Casey, J.R., Dron, A., Florez-Leiva, L., Krupke, A., Luria, C.M., Mine, A.H., Nigro, O.D., Pather, S., Talarmin, A., Wear, E.K., Weber, T.S., 4. Wilson, J.M., Church, M.J., DeLong, E.F., Karl, D.M., Steward, G.F., Eppley, J.M., Krypides, N.C., Schuster, S., Rappé, M.S., 2014. Draft genome sequence of marine alphaproteobacterial strain HIMB11, the first cultivated representative of a unique lineage within the Roseobacter clade possessing an unusually small genome. Standards in Genomic Sciences 9, 632. PDF
  9. Casey, J.R., Falkowski, P.G., Karl, D.M., 2015. Substrate selection for heterotrophic bacterial growth in the sea. Marine Chemistry 177, 349-356. PDF
  10. Casey, J.R., Mardinoglu, A., Nielsen, J., Karl, D.M., 2016. Adaptive evolution of phosphorus metabolism in Prochlorococcus. mSystems 1, e00065–16. PDF
  11. Wilson, S.T., Aylward, F.O., Ribalet, F., Barone, B., Casey, J.R., Connell, P.E., Eppley, J.A., Ferrón, S., Romano, A.E., Turk-Kubo, K.A., Vislova, A., Armbrust, V., Caron, D.A., Church, M.J., Zehr, J.P., Karl, D.M., DeLong, E.F., 2017. Coordinated regulation of growth, activity, and transcription in natural populations of the unicellular nitrogen-fixing cyanobacterium Crocosphaera. Nature Microbiology 2, 17118. PDF
  12. Casey, J.R., Ferrón, S., Karl, D.M., 2017. Light-enhanced microbial organic carbon yield. Frontiers in Microbiology 8, 2157. PDF
  13. Casey, J.R., Björkman, K.M., Ferrón, S., Karl, D.M., 2019. Size-dependence of metabolism within marine picoplankton populations. Limnology and Oceanography 64, 1819-1827. PDF
  14. Sosa, O.A., Casey, J.R., Karl, D.M., 2019. Methylphosphonate oxidation in Prochlorococcus supports phosphate acquisition, formate secretion, and carbon assimilation into purine nucleotides. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 85:e00289-19. PDF
  15. Wilson, S.T., Hawko, N.J., Armbrust, E.V., Barone, B., Björkman, K.M., Boysen, A.K., Burgos, M., Burrell, T.J., Casey, J.R., DeLong, E.F., Dugenne, M., Dutkiewicz, S., Dyhrman, S.T., Ferrón, S., Follows, M.J., Foreman, R.K., Funkey, C.P., Harke, M.J., Henke, B.A., Hill, C.N., Hynes, A.M., Ingalls, A.E., Jahn, O., Kelly, R.L., Knapp, A.N., Letelier, R.M., Ribalet, F., Shimabukuro E.M., Tabata, R.K.S., Turk-Kubo, K.A., White, A.E., Zehr, J.P., John, S., Karl, D.M., 2019. Kilauea lava fuels phytoplankton bloom in the North Pacific Ocean. Science 365, 1040-1044. PDF
  16. Casey, J.R., Follows, M.J., 2020. A steady-state model of microbial acclimation to substrate limitation. PLOS Computational Biology 16:e1008140. PDF
  17. Beckett, S.J., Demory, D., Coenen, A.R., Casey, J.R., Dugenne, M., Follett, C.L., Connell P., Carlson, M.C.G., Hu, S.K., Wilson, S.T., Muratore, D., Rodriguez-Gonzalez, R.A., Peng, S., Becker, K., Mende, D.R., Armbrust, E.V., Caron, D.A., Lindell, D., Follows, M.J., White, A.E., Ribalet, F., Weitz, J.S., 2021. Diel population dynamics and mortality of Prochlorococcus in the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. bioRxiv doi:10.1101/2021.06.15.448546. PDF
  18. Mattern, J.P., Glauninger, K., Britten, G.L., Casey, J.R., Hyun, S., Wu, Z., Armbrust, E.V., Harchaoui, Z., Ribalet, F., 2022. A Bayesian approach to modeling phytoplankton population dynamics from size distribution time series. PLoS Computational Biology 18:e1009733. PDF
  19. Muratore, D., Boysen, A.K., Harke, M.J., Becker, K.W., Casey, J.R., Coesel, S.N., Mende, D.R., Wilson, S.T., Aylward, F.O., Eppley, J.M., Vislova, A., Peng, S., Rodriguez-Gonzalez, R. A., Beckett, S.J., Armbrust, E.V., DeLong, E.F., Karl, D.M., White, A.E., Zehr, J.P., Van Mooy, B.A.S., Dyhrman, S.T., Ingalls, A.E., Weitz, J.S., 2022. Complex marine microbial communities partition metabolism of scarce resources over the diel cycle. Nature Ecology and Evolution doi:10.1038/s41559-021-01606-w. PDF
  20. Casey, J.R., Boiteau, R.M., Engqvist, M.K.M., Finkel, Z.V., Li, G., Liefer, J., Muller, C.L., Munoz, N., Follows, M.J., 2022. Basin-scale biogeography of marine phytoplankton reflects cellular-scale optimization of metabolism and physiology. Science Advances 8:eabl4930. PDF