- Comparison of field and laboratory rates of low-pH biological Fe(II) oxidation in Appalachian coal fields and Iberian Pyrite Belt. -Larson, L.N., J. Sanchez-España, J.L. Macalady and W.D. Burgos
- Thermodynamic Controls on the Kinetics of Microbial Low-pH Fe(II) Oxidation. - Larson, L.N., J.Sánchez-España, B. Kaley, Y. Sheng, K. Bibby and W.D. Burgos.
- Energy, ecology, and the distribution of microbial life. - Macalady, J.L., T.L. Hamilton, C.L. Grettenberger, D.S. Jones, L.E. Tsao and W.D. Burgos
- Hydrogeochemical changes associated with hyporheic exchange beneath an acid mine drainage-contaminated stream. - Larson, L.N., M. Fitzgerald, K. Singha, M.N. Gooseff, J.L. Macalady, and W.D. Burgos
- Schwertmannite and Fe oxides formed by biological low-pH Fe(II) oxidation versus abiotic neutralization: Impact on trace metal sequestration - William D. Burgos, T. Borch, L. D. Troyer, F. Luan, L. N. Larson, J. F. Brown, J. Lambson and M. Shimizu.
- Application of a depositional facies model to an acid mine drainage site - J. F. Brown, D. S. Jones, D. B. Mills, J. L. Macalady and William Burgos
- Diverse fungal and bacterial communities promote Mn(II)-oxidation and remediation of coal mine drainage in passive treatment systems - C. M. Santelli, D. H. Pfister, D. Lazarus, L. Sun, William Burgos and C. M. Hansel.
- The Influence of Phototrophic Biomass on Fe and S Redox Cycling in an Acid Mine Drainage-Impacted System - John M. Senko, B. Bertel, T. J. Quick and William D. Burgos.
- Laboratory and field-scale evaluations of low-pH Fe(II) oxidation at Hughes Borehole, Portate, Pennsylvania - T. C. DeSa, J. F. Brown and W. D. Burgos.
- Mineralogical transformations controlling acid mine drainage chemistry - Peretyazhko, T., J.M. Zachara, J.-F. Boily, Y. Xia, P.L. Gassman, B.W. Arey and W.D. Burgos.
- Metal reduction at low pH by a Desulfosporosinus species: implications for the biological treatment of acidic mine drainage - John M. Senko, Gengxin Zhang, Jeffrey T. McDonough, Mary Ann Bruns, William D. Burgos.
- Characterization of Fe (II) oxidizing bacterial activities and communities at two acidic Appalachian coalmine drainage - impacted sites - John M. Senko, Pauline Wanjugi, Melanie Lucas, Mary Ann Bruns and William D. Burgos