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Khatiwala S, DeVries T, Cook J, McKinley GA, Carlson CA, Benway HM.  2015.  Temporal and spatial perspectives on the fate of anthropogenic carbon: a carbon cycle slide deck for broad audiences.
Morris RM, Vergin KL, Cho J-C, Rappé MS, Carlson CA, Giovannoni SJ.  2005.  Temporal and spatial response of bacterioplankton lineages to annual convective overturn at the Bermuda Atlantic Time-series Study site. Limnology and Oceanography. :1687–1696.
Goldberg SJ, Carlson CA, Hansell DA, Nelson NB, Siegel DA.  2009.  Temporal dynamics of dissolved combined neutral sugars and the quality of dissolved organic matter in the Northwestern Sargasso Sea. Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers. 56:672–685.
Carlson CA, Bates NR, Steinberg DK.  1999.  Ten years of BATS data. Earth System Monitor.
Carlson CA, Bates NR, Steinberg DK.  1997.  Time-series data sets: a valuable resource for synthesis and modeling phase of US JGOFS. US JGOFS Newsletter.
Hansell DA, Carlson CA.  2003.  Total organic carbon from CTD cast KIWI-9/13-29.
Nelson NB, Siegel DA, Carlson CA, Swan CM.  2010.  Tracing global biogeochemical cycles and meridional overturning circulation using chromophoric dissolved organic matter. Geophysical Research Letters. 37
Nelson CE, Carlson CA.  2012.  Tracking differential incorporation of dissolved organic carbon types among diverse lineages of Sargasso Sea bacterioplankton. Environmental microbiology. 14:1500–1516.
Sowell SM, Wilhelm LJ, Norbeck AD, Lipton MS, Nicora CD, Barofsky DF, Carlson CA, Smith RD, Giovanonni SJ.  2009.  Transport functions dominate the SAR11 metaproteome at low-nutrient extremes in the Sargasso Sea. The ISME journal. 3:93–105.
Giovannoni S, Vergin K, Carlson C.  2014.  Twenty-five Years of Omics at BATS. Ocean Carbon Biogeochemistry Newsletter. 2:3.
Lomas MW, Bates NR, Johnson RJ, Knap AH, Steinberg DK, Carlson CA.  2013.  Two decades and counting: 24-years of sustained open ocean biogeochemical measurements in the Sargasso Sea. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography. 93:16–32.