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  1. Steen, A.D., Kusch, S., Abdulla, H. A., Cakic, ́ N., Coffinet, S., Dittmar, T., Fulton, J.M., Galy, V., Hinrichs, K-U, Ingalls, A.E., Koch, B.P., Kujawinski, E., Liu, Z., Osterholz, H., Rush, D., Seidel, M., Sepúlveda, J. and Wakeham, S.G. (2020). Analytical and computational advances, opportunities, and challenges in marine organic biogeochemistry in an era of “omics”. Front. Mar. Sci. 7:718. 

  2. Cabello-Pinedo, S., Abdulla, H.A., Seth-Smith, M.L., Escriba, M., Crespo, J., Munne, S. and Horcajadas, J.A., 2020. A novel non-invasive metabolomics approach to screen embryos for aneuploidy. Fertility and Sterility, 114(3), pp.e5-e6.

  3. Cabello, S., Abdulla, H., Seth-Smith, M.L., Escriba, M., Crespo, J., Munne, S. and Horcajadas, J.A., 2020. Non-invasive metabolomics analysis of spent culture media predicts embryo viability. Human Reproduction, 35, pp. I231-I232.

  4. Cabello-Pinedo, S., Abdulla, H., Seth-Smith, M.L., Escriba, M., Crespo, J., Munne, S. and Horcajadas Almansa, J.A., 2020. A metabolomics approach to identify aneuploid embryos to increase the effectiveness of ART cycles. Human Reproduction, 35, pp. I205-I205.

  5. Cabello-Pinedo, S., Abdulla, H., Seth-Smith, M.L., Escriba, M., Crespo, J., Horcajadas, J.A. and Munne, S., 2020, July. Non-invasive detection of metabolically impaired euploid blastocysts with low implantation potential. Human Reproduction, 35, pp. I217-I217.

  6. Akam, S.A., Coffin, R.B., Abdulla, H.A. and Lyons, T.W. (2020). Dissolved inorganic carbon pump in methane-charged shallow marine sediments: State of the art and new model perspectives. Front. Mar. Sci. 7:206. 

  7. Berthold, D.E., Lefler, F.W., Huang, I.S., Abdulla, H., Zimba, P.V. and Laughinghouse IV, H.D., Iningainema tapete sp. nov.(Scytonemataceae, Cyanobacteria) from greenhouses in central Florida (USA) produces two types of nodularin with biosynthetic potential for microcystin-LR and anabaenopeptin production. Harmful Algae, 101, p.101969.

  8. Zimba, P. V. , Shalygin, S., Huang, I. , Momčilović, M. and Abdulla, H. (2020). A new boring toxin producer – Perforafilum tunnelli gen. & sp.nov.(Oscillatoriales, Cyanobacteria) isolated from Laguna Madre, Texas, USA, Phycologia, DOI:10.1080/00318884.2020.1808389.

  9. Huang, I., Pinnell, L.J., Turner, J.W., Abdulla, H., Boyd, L., Linton, E.W. and Zimba, P.V. (2020). Preliminary assessment of microbial community structure of wind-tidal flats in the Laguna Madre, Texas, USA. Biology, 9(8), p.183.

  10. Spalt, N., Murgulet, D. and Abdulla, H. (2020). Spatial variation and availability of nutrients at an oyster reef in relation to submarine groundwater discharge. Science of The Total Environment, 710, p.136283.

  11. Abdulla, H.A., Burdige, D.J. and Komada, T. (2020). Abiotic formation of dissolved organic sulfur in anoxic sediments of Santa Barbara Basin. Organic Geochemistry, 139, p.103879.

  12. Fox, C.A., Abdulla, H.A., Burdige, D.J., Lewicki, J.P. and Komada, T. (2018). Composition of dissolved organic matter in pore waters of anoxic marine sediments analyzed by 1H nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy.Frontiers in Marine Science, 5, p.172.

  13. Jennings, M., Abdulla, H., Stubbins, A., Sun, L., Wang, R. and Mopper, K. (2018). A dissolved organic carbon analyzer capable of detecting low nM differences in natural fresh waters: A proof of concept study. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods, 16(5), 309-321.

  14. Abdulla, H.A., Burdige, D.J. and Komada, T. (2018). Accumulation of deaminated peptides in anoxic sediments of Santa Barbara Basin. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 223, 245-258. 

  15. Bundy, R.M., Abdulla, H.A., Hatcher, P.G., Biller, D.V., Buck, K.N. and Barbeau, K.A. (2015). Iron-binding ligands and humic substances in the San Francisco Bay estuary and estuarine-influenced shelf regions of coastal california. Marine Chemistry, 173, 183-194.

  16. Mesfioui, R., Abdulla, H.A. and Hatcher, P.G. (2014). Photochemical alterations of natural and anthropogenic dissolved organic nitrogen in the York River. Environmental Science & Technology, 49(1), 159-167.

  17. Chen, H., Abdulla, H. A., Sanders, R., Myneni, S., Mopper, K., & Hatcher, P. G. (2014). Production of black carbon-like and aliphatic molecules from terrestrial dissolved organic matter in the presence of sunlight and iron. Environmental Science & Technology Letters. 1(10), 399–404.

  18. Sleighter, R. L., Cory, R. M., Kaplan, L., Abdulla, H. A. and Hatcher, P. G. (2014). A coupled geochemical and biogeochemical approach to characterize the bioreactivity of dissolved organic matter from a headwater stream. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 119, 1520-1537.

  19. Abdulla, H. A., and Hatcher, P. G. (2014). Dynamics of dissolved organic matter: A view from two dimensional correlation spectroscopy techniques. Journal of Molecular Structure 1069, 313-317.

  20. Zigah, P. K., Minor, E. C., Abdulla, H. A., Werne, J. P., and Hatcher, P. G. (2014). An investigation of size-fractionated organic matter from Lake Superior and a tributary stream using radiocarbon, stable isotopes and NMR. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 127, 264-284.

  21. Sun, L., Chen, H., Abdulla, H. A., and Mopper, K. (2014). Estimating hydroxyl radical photochemical formation rates in natural waters during long-term laboratory irradiation experiments. Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts 16(4), 757-763.

  22. Helms, J. R., Mao, J., Schmidt-Rohr, K., Abdulla, H. A. and Mopper, K. (2013). Photochemical flocculation of terrestrial dissolved organic matter and iron. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 121, 398-413.

  23. Abdulla, H. A.N., Minor, E. C., Dias, R. F. and Hatcher, P.G. (2013). Transformations of the chemical compositions of high molecular weight DOM along a salinity transect: using two dimensional correlation spectroscopy and principal component analysis approaches. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 113, 231-246.

  24. Abdulla, H. A.N., Sleighter, R.L. and Hatcher, P.G. (2013). Two dimensional correlation analysis of Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectra of dissolved organic matter: A new graphical analysis of trends. Analytical Chemistry 85(8), 3895-3902.

  25. Wozniak, A. S., Shelley, R. U., Sleighter, R. L., Abdulla, H. A.N., Morton, P. L., Landing, W. M. and Hatcher, P. G. (2013). Relationships among aerosol water soluble organic matter, iron and aluminum in European, north African, and marine air masses from the 2010 US GEOTRACES cruise. Marine Chemistry 154, 24-33.

  26. Stubbins, A., Hood, E., Raymond, P. A., Aiken, G. R., Sleighter, R. L., Hernes, P. J., Butman, D., Hatcher, P. G., Striegl, R. G., Schuster, P., Abdulla, H. A.N., Vermilyea, A. W., Scott, D. T., and Spencer, R. G. M. (2012). Anthropogenic aerosols as a source of ancient dissolved organic matter in glaciers. Nature Geoscience 5, 198-201.

  27. Abdulla, H. A.N., Minor, E. C. and Hatcher, P. G. (2010). Using two-dimensional correlations of ¹³c nmr and ftir to investigate changes in the chemical composition of dissolved organic matter along an estuarine transect. Environmental Science & Technology 44(21), 8044-8049.

  28. Abdulla, H. A.N., Minor, E. C., Dias, R. F. and Hatcher, P. G. (2010). Changes in the compound classes of dissolved organic matter along an estuarine transect: A study using FTIR and 13C-NMR. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 74(13), 3815-3838.

  29. Abdulla, H. A.N., Dias, R. F. and Minor, E. C. (2009). Understanding the enhanced aqueous solubility of styrene by terrestrial dissolved organic matter using stable isotope mass balance and FTIR. Organic Geochemistry 40 (5), 547-552.

  30. Minor, E. C., Pothen, J., Dalzell, B., Abdulla, H., and Mopper, K. (2006). Effects of salinity changes on the photodegradation and uv-visible absorbance of terrestrial dissolved organic matter. Limnology & Oceanography51(5), 2181-2186.

  31. Hassan, A. M., Mandeel, Q. A., and A.Nabi, H. (2003). Evaluation of some metals in commonly consumed spices in Bahrain Arabian Gulf. Journal of Scientific Research 21(2), 79-85.

  32. Ali-Mohamed, A.Y. and Ali, H. A.N. (2000). Estimation of atmospheric inorganic water-soluble particulate matter in Muharraq Island, Bahrain, (Arabian Gulf), by ion chromatography. Atmospheric Environment 35, 761-768.

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