Athletic Association Professor of Arts & Sciences
Campus: 
Athens
Office: 
159 Marine Sciences Bldg
Office Phone:  (706) 542-5893
Lab: 
142-144 Marine Sciences Bldg
Lab Phone: 
(706) 542-6818

Education:

Ph.D. 1993, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC

B.Sc. 1987, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC

Research Emphasis:

Activities in the Joye Research Group aim to discover, document, resolve, and understand the complex interactions that drive elemental cycling in coastal and open ocean environments across the globe. Our purpose is to elucidate feedbacks between environmental, microbiological, and biogeochemical dynamics. Our research examines the effects of climate change and anthropogenic disturbances on critical environmental processes to gain a better understanding of how future changes in forcing (e.g. temperature, salinity, sea level, storm frequency, etc.) will affect ecosystem function.

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Samantha B. Joye's Selected Publications

Hollibaugh J.T., Carini S., Jellison R., Joye SB, LeCleir G., Meile C., Vasquez L., Gürleyük H., Wallschläger D..  2005.  Distribution of arsenic species in an alkaline, hypersaline, meromictic lake in response to the seasonal stratification. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. 69(8):1925-1937.
Lin J.L., Joye SB, Schafer H., Scholten C.M., McDonald I., Murrell J.C..  2005.  Analysis of methane monooxygenase genes in Mono Lake suggests that increased methane oxidation activity may correlate with a change in methanotroph community structure. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 71:6458-6462.
Hollibaugh JT, Carini S, Gürleyük H, Jellison R, Joye SB, LeCleir G, Meile C, Vasquez L, Wallschläger D.  2005.  Arsenic speciation in Mono Lake, California: Response to seasonal stratification and anoxia. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. 69:1925–1937.
Carini SA, LeCleir G., Bano N., Joye SB.  2005.  Activity, abundance and diversity of aerobic methanotrophs in an alkaline, hypersaline lake (Mono Lake, CA, USA). Environmental Microbiology. 7(8):1127-1937.
Kalanetr K.M., Joye SB, Sunseri N.R., Nelson D.C..  2005.  Novel, large, vacuolate, nitrate-accumulating sulfur bacteria discovered in the Gulf of Mexico reproduce by reductive division in three dimensions. Environmental Microbiology. 7(9):1451-1460.
Joye SB, Boetius A., Orcutt B.N., Montoya J.P., Schulz H.N., Erickson M., Lugo S.K..  2004.  The anaerobic oxidation of methane and sulfate reduction in sediments from Gulf of Mexico cold seeps. Chemical Geology. 205(3/4):219-238.
Orcutt B.N., Boetius A., Lugo S.K., MacDonald I.R., Samarkin V., Joye SB.  2004.  Life at the edge of methane ice: methane and sulfur cycling in Gulf of Mexico gas hydrates. Chemical Geology. 205(3/4):219-251.
Arvidson R.L., Morse J.W., Joye SB.  2004.  The Sedimentary Biogeochemistry of Chemosynthetic Cold Seep Communities, Gulf of Mexico, USA. Marine Chemistry. 87:97-119.
Carini S.A., Orcutt B.N, Joye SB.  2003.  Interactions between nitrification and methane oxidation in estuarine sediments. Geomicrobiology. 20(4):355-374.

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