Patrick Inglett
Patrick Inglett
Professor of Biogeochemistry, University of Florida
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Biogeochemistry of wetlands: science and applications
KR Reddy, RD DeLaune, PW Inglett
CRC press, 2022
The ferrozine method revisited: Fe (II)/Fe (III) determination in natural waters
E Viollier, PW Inglett, K Hunter, AN Roychoudhury, P Van Cappellen
Applied geochemistry 15 (6), 785-790, 2000
Temperature sensitivity of greenhouse gas production in wetland soils of different vegetation
KS Inglett, PW Inglett, KR Reddy, TZ Osborne
Biogeochemistry 108, 77-90, 2012
Stable isotope (δ13C and δ15N) values of sediment organic matter in subtropical lakes of different trophic status
IC Torres, PW Inglett, M Brenner, WF Kenney, K Ramesh Reddy
Journal of paleolimnology 47, 693-706, 2012
Anaerobic soils
PW Inglett, KR Reddy, R Corstanje
Encyclopedia of Soils in the Environment, 72-78, 2005
Periphyton chemistry and nitrogenase activity in a northern Everglades ecosystem
PW Inglett, KR Reddy, PV McCormick
Biogeochemistry 67, 213-233, 2004
Phosphorus transformations during decomposition of wetland macrophytes
AW Cheesman, BL Turner, PW Inglett, KR Reddy
Environmental science & technology 44 (24), 9265-9271, 2010
The use of senescent plant biomass to investigate relationships between potential particulate and dissolved organic matter in a wetland ecosystem
TZ Osborne, PW Inglett, KR Reddy
Aquatic Botany 86 (1), 53-61, 2007
Investigating the use of macrophyte stable C and N isotopic ratios as indicators of wetland eutrophication: patterns in the P‐affected Everglades
PW Inglett, KR Reddy
Limnology and Oceanography 51 (5), 2380-2387, 2006
Organic nitrogen in residential stormwater runoff: Implications for stormwater management in urban watersheds
MG Lusk, GS Toor, PW Inglett
Science of the Total Environment 707, 135962, 2020
Nutrient release from combustion residues of two contrasting herbaceous vegetation types
BA Hogue, PW Inglett
Science of the Total Environment 431, 9-19, 2012
Rate of warming affects temperature sensitivity of anaerobic peat decomposition and greenhouse gas production
D Sihi, PW Inglett, S Gerber, KS Inglett
Global change biology 24 (1), e259-e274, 2018
Biogeochemistry of nitrogen across the Everglades landscape
PW Inglett, VH Rivera-Monroy, JR Wozniak
Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology 41 (S1), 187-216, 2011
Increased soil stable nitrogen isotopic ratio following phosphorus enrichment: historical patterns and tests of two hypotheses in a phosphorus-limited wetland
PW Inglett, KR Reddy, S Newman, B Lorenzen
Oecologia 153, 99-109, 2007
Comparing models of microbial–substrate interactions and their response to warming
D Sihi, S Gerber, PW Inglett, KS Inglett
Biogeosciences 13 (6), 1733-1752, 2016
Carbon quality and nutrient status drive the temperature sensitivity of organic matter decomposition in subtropical peat soils
D Sihi, PW Inglett, KS Inglett
Biogeochemistry 131, 103-119, 2016
Nitrogen dynamics of a large-scale constructed wetland used to remove excess nitrogen from eutrophic lake water
EJ Dunne, MF Coveney, ER Marzolf, VR Hoge, R Conrow, R Naleway, ...
Ecological engineering 61, 224-234, 2013
Wading bird guano enrichment of soil nutrients in tree islands of the Florida Everglades
DL Irick, B Gu, YC Li, PW Inglett, PC Frederick, MS Ross, AL Wright, ...
Science of the Total Environment 532, 40-47, 2015
Soil and phosphorus accretion rates in sub-tropical wetlands: Everglades Stormwater Treatment Areas as a case example
RK Bhomia, PW Inglett, KR Reddy
Science of the Total Environment 533, 297-306, 2015
Soil microbial community composition in a restored calcareous subtropical wetland
KS Inglett, PW Inglett, KR Reddy
Soil Science Society of America Journal 75 (5), 1731-1740, 2011
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