2017 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
2014 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Her main research concerns Environmental chemistry, Methane, Ecology, Ecosystem and Oceanography. The various areas that Samantha B. Joye examines in her Environmental chemistry study include Denitrification, Nitrate and Organic matter. Her Methane research incorporates themes from Mineralogy and Enrichment culture.
Her Ecosystem research incorporates elements of Fossil fuel, Salt marsh, Deepwater horizon and Wetland. Her research in Oceanography intersects with topics in Flux and Dimethylsulfoniopropionate. Her work carried out in the field of Anaerobic oxidation of methane brings together such families of science as Authigenic and Cold seep.
Her primary scientific interests are in Environmental chemistry, Oceanography, Methane, Ecology and Anaerobic oxidation of methane. Her Environmental chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Sediment, Water column, Methanogenesis, Denitrification and Nitrate. In her work, Salt marsh and Nutrient is strongly intertwined with Hydrology, which is a subfield of Sediment.
Her research on Methane often connects related areas such as Mineralogy. Ecosystem and Biogeochemical cycle are subfields of Ecology in which her conducts study. Her Anaerobic oxidation of methane research integrates issues from Archaea, Cold seep and Anoxic waters.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Oceanography, Environmental chemistry, Methane, Guaymas Basin and Geochemistry. Her Oceanography research includes themes of Wellhead and Biogeochemical cycle. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Methanogenesis and Carbon cycle.
Her biological study focuses on Anaerobic oxidation of methane. Her studies in Guaymas Basin integrate themes in fields like Sediment and Cruise. Her Geochemistry research incorporates themes from Petroleum seep and Cold seep.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Environmental chemistry, Carbon cycle, Biogeochemistry, Cold seep and Oceanography. The concepts of her Environmental chemistry study are interwoven with issues in Denitrification, Methanogenesis and Microbial metabolism. Her Biogeochemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Seabed, Biogeochemical cycle and Methane.
In the subject of general Methane, her work in Anaerobic oxidation of methane is often linked to Blue carbon, thereby combining diverse domains of study. Her Cold seep research is classified as research in Ecology. Her work on Colored dissolved organic matter expands to the thematically related Oceanography.
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Forecasting the effects of accelerated sea‐level rise on tidal marsh ecosystem services
Christopher Craft;Jonathan Clough;Jeff Ehman;Samantha Joye.
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment (2009)
Eutrophication of freshwater and marine ecosystems
Val H. Smith;Samantha B. Joye;Robert W. Howarth.
Limnology and Oceanography (2006)
The anaerobic oxidation of methane and sulfate reduction in sediments from Gulf of Mexico cold seeps
Samantha B Joye;Antje Boetius;Antje Boetius;Antje Boetius;Beth N Orcutt;Joseph P Montoya.
Chemical Geology (2004)
Influence of sulfide inhibition of nitrification on nitrogen regeneration in sediments
Samantha B. Joye;James T. Hollibaugh.
Anaerobic oxidation of short-chain hydrocarbons by marine sulphate-reducing bacteria
Olaf Kniemeyer;Florin Musat;Stefan M. Sievert;Katrin Knittel.
Biocomplexity in Mangrove Ecosystems
Ilka C. Feller;Catherine E. Lovelock;U. Berger;Karen L. McKee.
Annual Review of Marine Science (2010)
Bacterial taxa that limit sulfur flux from the ocean.
Erinn C. Howard;James R. Henriksen;Alison Buchan;Chris R. Reisch.
Oil Impacts on Coastal Wetlands: Implications for the Mississippi River Delta Ecosystem after the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill
Irving A. Mendelssohn;Gary L. Andersen;Donald M. Baltz;Rex H. Caffey.
Characterization of subsurface polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons at the Deepwater Horizon site
Arne R. Diercks;Arne R. Diercks;Raymond C. Highsmith;Vernon L. Asper;Vernon L. Asper;Dongjoo Joung.
Geophysical Research Letters (2010)
Enhancement of coupled nitrification‐denitrification by benthic photosynthesis in shallow estuarine sediments
Soonmo An;Samantha B. Joye.
Limnology and Oceanography (2001)
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