Gilhooly Publications List

Coggon, R.M., Teagle, D.A.H., Sylvan, J.B., Reece, J., Estes, E.R., Williams, T.J., Christeson, G.L., and the Expedition 390/393 Scientists, 2024. South Atlantic Transect. Proceedings of the International Ocean Discovery Program, 390/393: College Station, TX (International Ocean Discovery Program)., 2024.

Smart, M.S., Filippelli, G., Gilhooly, W.P., Ozaki, K., Reinhard, C., Marshall, J. E. A., Whiteside, J. H. The expansion of land plants during the Late Devonian contributed to the marine mass extinction. Commun Earth Environ 4, 449., 2023.

Hesketh-Best, P.J., Bosco-Santos, A., Garcia, S.L., O’Beirne, M. D., Werne, J. P., Gilhooly III, W. P., Silveira, C. B. Viruses of sulfur oxidizing phototrophs encode genes for pigment, carbon, and sulfur metabolisms. Commun Earth Environ 4., 2023.

Coggon, R.M., Sylvan, J.B., Teagle, D.A.H., Reece, J., Christeson, G.L., Estes, E.R., Williams, T.J., and the Expedition 390 Scientists, 2022. Expedition 390 Preliminary Report: South Atlantic Transect 1. International Ocean Discovery Program., 2022. 

Smart, Matthew, Filippelli, Gabriel M., Gilhooly, William, Marshall, John, Whiteside, Jessica, Enhanced terrestrial nutrient release during the Devonian emergence and expansion of forests: Evidence from lacustrine phosphorus and geochemical records. GSA Bulletin, Geological Society of America. doi:, 2022. 

O’Beirne, Molly, Sparkes, Robert, Hamilton, Trinity, van Dongen, Bart, Gilhooly, William, Werne, Josef, Characterization of diverse bacteriohopanepolyols in a permanently stratified, hyper-euxinic lake. Organic Geochemistry, doi:, 2022. 

Kotopoulou, Electra, Godelitsas, Athanasios, Göttlicher, Jörg, Steininger, Ralph, Price, Roy, Fike, David A., Amend, Jan P., Gilhooly, William, Druschel, Gregory K., Nomikou, Paraskevi, Gamaletsos, Platon N., Lozios, Stylianos, Metastable iron (mono)sulfides in the shallow-sea hydrothermal sediments of Milos, Greece. ACS Earth and Space Chemistry, American Chemical Society,, 2022. 

Richardson, Jocelyn A., Aivo Lepland, Olle Hints, Anthony R. Prave, William P. Gilhooly III, Alexander S. Bradley, David A. Fike, Effects of early marine diagenesis and site-specific depositional controls on carbonate-associated sulfate: Insights from paired S and O isotopic analyses, Chemical Geology, 584, 120525,, 2021. 

Pompeani, David P., Broxton W. Bird, Jeremy J. Wilson, William P. Gilhooly III, Aubrey L. Hillman, Matthew S. Finkenbinder, Mark B. Abbott, Severe Little Ice Age drought in the midcontinental United States during the Mississippian abandonment of Cahokia. Scientific Reports 11, 13829,, 2021. 

*Owings CG, Gilhooly WP III, Picard CJ, Blow fly stable isotopes reveal larval diet: A case study in community level anthropogenic effects. PLoS ONE 16(4): e0249422., 2021. 

*Bosco-Santos, Alice, William Patrick Gilhooly III, Paola de Melo-Silva, Fotios Fouskas, Amaury Bouyon, João Gabriel Motta, Mauricio Rigoni Baldim, Wendell Fabricio-Silva, Pascal Philippot, and Elson Paiva Oliviera, Neoarchean atmospheric chemistry and the preservation of S-MIF in sediments from the São Francisco Craton, Geoscience Frontiers,, 2021. 

*Lu GS, LaRowe DE, Fike DA, Druschel GK, Gilhooly WP III, Price RE, Amend JP, Bioenergetic characterization of a shallow-sea hydrothermal vent system: Milos Island, Greece, PLOS ONE 15(6): e0234175., 2020. 

*Bosco-Santos, Alice, Gilhooly, William, Fouskas, Fotios, Oliviera, Elson, Silva, Wendell, Euxinia in the Neoarchean: The starting point for early oxygenation in a Brazilian Craton, Precambrian Research 341,, 2020. 

*Hong, Wei-Li, Latour, Pauline, Sauer, Simone, Sen, Arunima, Gilhooly, William, Lepland, Aivo, Fouskas, Fotios, Iron cycling in Arctic methane seeps, Geo-Marine Letters,, 2020. 

*Broxton W Bird, Robert C Barr, Julie Commerford, William P Gilhooly III, Jeremy J Wilson, Bruce Finney, Kendra McLauchlan, G William Monaghan, Late-Holocene floodplain development, land-use, and hydroclimate–flood relationships on the lower Ohio River, US, The Holocene, 29, 12, 1856-1870,, 2019. 

*Owings, Charity, Banerjee, Rudy, Asher, Travis, Gilhooly, William, Tuceryan, Anais, Huffine, Mary, Skaggs, Christine, Iyun, Adebowale, Manicke, Nicholas, Picard, Christine J., Female Blow Flies As Vertebrate Resource Indicators, Scientific Reports 9, 10594, doi:10.1038/s41598-019-46758-9, 2019. 

*Houghton, Jennifer, Gilhooly, William, Kafantaris, Fotio-Christos A., Druschel, Gregory K., Lu, Guang-Sin, Amend, Jan, Godelitsas, Athanasios, “Spatially and temporally variable sulfur cycling in shallow-sea hydrothermal vents, Milos, Greece”, Marine Chemistry, 208, 83-94, doi: 10.1016/j.marchem.2018.11.002, 2019. 

Yu, K., D’Odorico, P., Collins, S.L., Carr, D., Porporato, A., Anderegg, W.R., Gilhooly III, W.P., Wang, L., Bhattachan, A., Bartlett, M. and Hartzell, S., The competitive advantage of a constitutive CAM species over a C4 grass species under drought and CO2 enrichment. Ecosphere, 10(5), p.e02721, 2019. 

Daryanto, S., L. Wang, W. P. Gilhooly III, P-A Jacinthe, Nitrogen preference across generations under changing ammonium nitrate ratios. Journal of Plant Ecology,, 2019.  

+*Kurek, M. R., William P. Gilhooly III, G. K. Druschel, M. D. O’Beirne, J. P. Werne, The use of dithiothreitol for the quantitative analysis of elemental sulfur concentrations and isotopes in environmental samples. Chemical Geology, 481, 18-26, 2018. 

Fike, D. A., J. L. Houghton, S. E. Moore, William P. Gilhooly III, K. S. Dawson, G. K. Druschel, J. P. Amend, V. J. Orphan, Spatially resolved capture of hydrogen sulfide from the water column and sedimentary pore waters for abundance and stable isotopic analysis. Marine Chemistry, 197:26-37, 10.1016/j.marchem.2017.10.004, 2017. 

*Bird, B. W., O. Rudloff, J. Escobar, W. P. Gilhooly III, A. Correa-Metrio, M. Velez, and P. J. Polissar, Paleoclimate support for a persistent dry island effect in the Colombian Andes during the last 4700 years. The Holocene, doi:10.1177/0959683617721324, 2017. 

*Bird, B. W., J. J. Wilson, W. P. Gilhooly III, B. A. Steinman, and L. Stamps, Midcontinental Native American population responses to late Holocene hydroclimate extremes. Scientific Reports 7, Article number: 41628 (2017) doi:10.1038/srep41628, 2017. 

Li, J., W. P. Gilhooly III, G. S. Okin, and J. Blackwell III, Abiotic processes are insufficient for fertile island development: A 10-year artificial shrub experiment in a desert grassland, Geophys. Res. Lett., 44, doi:10.1002/2016GL072068, 2017. 

*Gosnell, K. J., P. H. Balcom, C. R. Tobias, W. P. Gilhooly III, and R. P. Mason, Spatial and Temporal Trophic Transfer Dynamics of Mercury and Methylmercury into Zooplankton and Phytoplankton of Long Island Sound. Limnology and Oceanography, doi:10.1002/lno.10490, 2017. 

Glombitza, Clemens, Rishi R. Adhikari, Natascha Riedinger, William P. Gilhooly III, Fumio Inagaki, Potential microbial sulfate reduction up to ~2.5 km below the seafloor in the deep coalbed biosphere off Shimokita (Japan). Frontiers in Microbiology,, 2016. 

Gilhooly, W. P., III, C. T. Reinhard, and T. W. Lyons, A comprehensive sulfur and oxygen isotope study of sulfur cycling in a shallow, hyper-euxinic meromictic lake.  Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. 189:1-23, 2016.  

Hamilton, Trinity L, Roderick J. Bovee, Sarah R. Sattin, Wiebke Mohr, William P. Gilhooly III, Timothy W. Lyons, Ann Pearson, Jennifer L Macalady. Carbon and Sulfur Cycling below the Chemocline in a Meromictic Lake and the Identification of a Novel Taxonomic Lineage in the FCB Superphylum, Candidatus Aegiribacteria. Frontiers in Microbiology. 7:598. DOI: 10.3389/fmicb.2016.00598, 2016. 

Meshulam, Alex; Geoffrey S Ellis; Ward Said-Ahmad; Andrei Deev; Alex L Sessions; Yongchun Tang; Jess Adkins; William P. Gilhooly III; Liu Jinzhong; Zeev Aizenshtat; Alon Amrani, Study of thermochemical sulfate reduction mechanism using compound specific sulfur isotope analysis. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. 188:73-92, 2016. 

*Stevens, E. N., Jake V. Bailey, Beverly E. Flood, Daniel S. Jones, William P. Gilhooly III, Samantha B. Joye, Andreas Teske, Olivia U. Mason, Barite encrustation of benthic sulfide-oxidizing bacteria at a marine cold seep. Geobiology, DOI: 111/gbi.12154, 2015. 

*Gilhooly, W. P., III, D. Fike, G. Druschel, F. Kafantaris, R. Price, and J. Amend. Sulfur and oxygen isotope insights into sulfur cycling in shallow-sea hydrothermal vents, Milos, Greece. Geochemical Transactions. 14:12, 2014.  

Hamilton, Trinity L., Roderick J. Bovee, Vera Thiel, Sarah R. Sattin, Wiebke Mohr, Irene Schaperdoth, Kajetan Vogl, William P. Gilhooly III, Timothy W. Lyons, Lynn P. Tomsho, Stephan C. Schuster, Jörg Overmann, Donald A Bryant, Ann Pearson, Jennifer L. Macalady.  Coupled reductive and oxidative sulfur cyling in the phototrophic plate of a meromictic lake, Geobiology. DOI: 10.1111/gbi.12092, 2014.  

Klepac-Ceraj, V., C. A. Hayes, R. Kotler, W. P. Gilhooly, T. W. Lyons, A. Pearson, Microbial diversity under extreme euxinia: Mahoney Lake, Canada.  Geobiology. DOI: 10.1111/j.1472-4669.2012.00317.x, 2012.  

Li, X., G. A. Cutter, R. C. Thunell, E. Tappa, W. P. Gilhooly III, T. W. Lyons, Y. Astor, M. I. Scranton, Particulate sulfur species in the water column of the Cariaco Basin. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta.  75: 148-163, 2011.  

Li, X. N., W. Gilhooly III, A. Zerkle, T. Lyons, J. Farquhar, J. Werne, R. Varela, and M. Scranton, Stable sulfur isotopes in the water column of the Cariaco Basin.  Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 74: 6764-6778, 2010.  

Gay, A., Y. Takano, W.P. Gilhooly III, C. Berndt, K. Heeschen, N. Suzuki, S. Saegusa, F. Nakagawa, U. Tsunogai, S.Y. Jiang, and M. Lopez, Geophysical and geochemical evidence of large scale fluid flow within shallow sediments in the eastern Gulf of Mexico, offshore Louisiana. Geofluids, no. doi: 10.1111/j.1468-8123.2010.00304.x, 2010.  

Gilhooly, W. P. III, S. A. Macko, P. B. Flemings.  Data report: Isotope Compositions of Sedimentary Organic Carbon and Total Nitrogen from Brazos-Trinity Basin #4 (Sites U1319 and U1320) and Ursa Basin (Sites U1322 and U1324), deepwater Gulf of Mexico. In Flemings, P. B., Behrmann, J. H., John, C. M., and the Expedition 308 Scientists, Proc. IODP, 308: College Station TX (Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Management International, Inc.), doi: 10.2204/iodp.proc.308.208.2008, 2008.  

Gilhooly, W. P. III, R. S. Carney, and S. A. Macko, Relationships between sulfide oxidizing bacterial mats and their carbon sources in northern Gulf of Mexico cold seeps.  Organic Geochemistry, 38: 380-393, 2007.  

Heyl, T.P., W.P. Gilhooly, R.M. Chambers, G.W. Gilchrist, S.A. Macko, C.D. Ruppel, C.L. Van Dover, Characteristics of vesicomyid clams and their environment at the Blake Ridge cold seep. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 339: 169-184, 2007.  

Flemings, P.B., Behrmann, J.H., John, C.M., and the Expedition 308 Scientists.  Proc. IODP, 308: College Station TX (Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Management International, Inc.). doi:10.2204/iodp.proc.308.2006, 2006. 

Jan H. Behrmann, Peter B. Flemings, Cédric M. John, and the IODP Expedition 308 Scientists, Rapid Sedimentation, Overpressure, and Focused Fluid Flow, Gulf of Mexico Continental Margin.  doi:10.2204/, Scientific Drilling,3: 12-17, 2006.  

Expedition 308 Scientists.  Overpressure and fluid flow processes in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico: slope stability, seeps, and shallow-water flow. IODP Prel. Rept., 308. doi:10:2204/, 2005.  

Ruppel, C., G.R. Dickens, D.G. Castellini, W. Gilhooly, and D. Lizarralde, Heat and salt inhibition of gas hydrate in the northern Gulf of Mexico, Geophys. Res. Lett., 32, L04605, doi:10.1029/2004GL021909, 2005.  

Swap, R. J., J.N. Aranibar, P.R. Dowty, W. P. Gilhooly III, and S.A. Macko, Natural Abundances of 13C and 15N in C3 and C4 Vegetation of Southern Africa: Patterns and Implications, The SAFARI 2000 Kalahari Transect Wet Season Campaign of Year 2000 Thematic Issue, Global Change Biology, 10:350-358, 2004.  

Van Dover, C. L., P. Aharon, J. M. Bernhard, E. Caylor, M. Doerries, W. Flickinger, W. Gilhooly, S. K. Goffredi, K. E. Knick, S. A. Macko, S. Rapoport, E. C. Raulfs, C. Ruppel, J. L. Salerno, R. D. Seitz, B. K. Sen Gupta, T. Shank, M. Turnipseed and R. Vrijenhoek, Blake Ridge methane seeps: characterization of a soft-sediment, chemosyntetically base ecosystem. Deep-Sea Research I, 50: 281-300, 2003.  

Ballentine, D. C., S. A. Macko, V. C. Turekian, W. P. Gilhooly, B. Martincigh, Compound specific isotope analysis of fatty acids and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in aerosols: Implications for biomass burning.  Organic Geochemistry, 25 (1-2): 97-104, 1996.  

Gilhooly, W. P, S. A. Macko, V. C. Turekian, R. J. Swap, M. Garstang, and W. F. Ruddiman, Stable Carbon Isotopic Analysis of Charcoal from Single Plant Sources. In: Biomass Burning and Global Change. Volume 1. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, pp. 466-471, 1996.  

Turekian, V. C., S. A. Macko, W. P. Gilhooly, D. C. Ballentine, R. J. Swap, and M. Garstang, Bulk and Compound Specific Isotopic Characterization of the Products of Biomass Burning: Laboratory Studies.  In: Biomass Burning and Global Change. Volume 1. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, pp. 422-427, 1996.  

Ballentine, D. C., S. A. Macko, V. C. Turekian, W. P. Gilhooly, Chemical and isotopic characterization of aerosols collected during sugar cane burning in South Africa. In: Biomass Burning and Global Change. Volume 1. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, pp. 422-427, 1996.