Recent Publications by Faculty in the School of Science (2013-14)

James Berleman (Biology): “‘Replica-extraction-transfer’ nanostructure-initiator mass spectrometry imaging of acoustically printed bacteria,” with Louie KB, Bowen BP, Cheng X, Berleman JE, Chakraborty R, Deutschbauer A, Arkin A, and Northen TR, in Analytical Chemistry, Oct 29, 2013

James Berleman (Biology): “Bacterial social networks: structure and composition of Myxococcus xanthus outer membrane vesicle chains,” with Remis JP, Wei D, Gorur A, Zemla M, Haraga J, Allen S, Witkowska HE, Costerton JW, and Auer M., in Environmental Microbiolgy, Feb;16(2):598-610, 2014 doi: 10.1111/1462-2920.12187. Epub 2013 Jul 15. (Featured on Journal Cover)

James Berleman (Biology): “The role of bacterial outer membrane vesicles for intra- and interspecies delivery,” with Auer M., in Environmental Microbiology, Feb;15(2):347-54, 2013. doi: 10.1111/1462-2920.12048. Review.  PMID: 23227894.

Carla Bossard (Biology): “Challenges for Sustainable Tourism at the Jiuzhaigou World Natural Heritage Site in China,” with   Yong Gu, Ya Tang, Xue Qiao, Guiping Deng, in Natural Resources Forum 37, pp.103-112 (2013).

Rebecca Jabbour (Biology): “Neanderthal hand and foot remains from Moula-Guercy, Ardèche, France,” with Mersey B, Brudvik K, and Defleur A., in American Journal of Physical Anthropology 152:516-529 (2013).

Rebecca Jabbour (Biology):  “Bear phalanx traumatically introduced into a living human: prehistoric evidence.” with Richards GD, Ojeda HM, Ibarra CL, Horton CF, in the International Journal of Paleopathology 3(1): 48-53 (2013);

Rebecca Jabbour (Biology): “Patterns of sexual dimorphism in Pan and Gorilla limb bones,” with Pearman TL, in the American Journal of Physical Anthropology Supplement 56:219 (abstract) (2013);

Rebecca Jabbour (Biology): “Co-occurrence of tuberculosis and an unusual rheumatoid-like arthritis in prehistoric Central California,” with Burke EM, Varghese RE, Bulger EA, Ibarra CL, Ojeda HM, and Richards GD, in the American Journal of Physical Anthropology Supplement 56:90 (abstract) (2013).

Mark Lingwood (Chemistry):  “Unraveling the local energetics of transport in a polymer ion conductor,” with Z. Zhang, B.E. Kidd, K.B. McCreary, J. Hou and L.A. Madsen, in Chemical Communications 49 (2013) 4283-4285.

Mark Lingwood (Chemistry):  “Cation and Anion Transport in a Dicationic Imidazolium-Based Plastic Crystal Ion Conductor,” with Bryce E. Kidd, Minjae Lee, Harry W. Gibson, and Louis A. Madsen, in Journal of Physical Chemistry B. (in press) DOI: 10.1021/jp4084629

Douglas Long (Biology): “A new fossil megamouth shark (Lamniformes: Megachasmidae) from the Oligo-Miocene of the western United States,” with Kenshu Shimada and Bruce Welton, in Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology Supplement 2013:211 (abstract) (2103).

Douglas Long (Biology): “A new fossil megamouth shark (Lamniformes, Megachasmidae) from the Oligocene-Miocene of the western United States,” with Kenshu Shimada and Bruce Welton, in the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology 34(2):1-12 (2014).

Michael Marchetti (Biology): Invasion Ecology 2nd ed., with Lockwood, J.L., and M. F. Hoopes, published by Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, Oxford. UK. 444pp. (2013).

Michael Marchetti (Biology): “Spatial and Temporal Ecology of Fish Larvae in Seasonal and Perennial Tributaries of the Sacramento River, California,” with Rebecca Lorig and Gabriel Kopp, in the Journal of Freshwater Biology, Volume 28, Issue 2 (2013).

Michael Marchetti (Biology): “Progress toward understanding the ecological impacts of non-native species,” with Ricciardi A., M. F. Hoopes, J. L. Lockwood, in Ecological Monographs Aug 2013.

Michael Marchetti (Biology): “Employing stable isotopes to investigate the impacts of invasive species on hawaiian stream food webs,” with Layhee, M., S. Chandra, D. Pickard, in Pacific Conservation Biology (2014, in press).

Michael Nathanson (Mathematics and Computer Science): “Tight bounds on the distinguishability of quantum states under separable measurements,” with Somchubhro Bandyopadhyay, in Physical Review A 88 issue 5 (2013).

Michael Nathanson (Mathematics and Computer Science): “Three maximally entangled states can require two-way LOCC for local discrimination,” in Physical Review A 88, 062316 (2013). 

Michael Nathanson (Mathematics and Computer Science): “Minimum Vector Ranks and Complement-Critical Graphs,” with X. Li, and R. Phillips, to appear in Electronic Journal of Linear Algebra (2014).

Caitlin Powell (Psychology): “Justice for the average Joe: The role of envy and the mentalizing network in the deservingness of others' misfortunes,” with Chester, D. S., Smith, R. H., Joseph, J. E., Kedia, G., Combs, D. J. Y, and DeWall, N., in Social Neuroscience 8(6), 640-649 (2013).

James Sauerberg (Mathematics and Computer Science): “On Infinitude of Wilson primes for Fq[t],” with Linghsueh Shu, Dinesh S. Thakur, and George Todd, in Acta Arith. 157 no. 1, 91-100 (2013).

Ellen Veomett (Mathematics and Computer Science): “10 Years of BADMath,” with Matthias Beck, Andrew Berget, Raman Sanyal, and Monica Vazirani, Annals of Combinatorics, Volume 7, Number 1 (March 2013), p. 1-14.

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