2008. Enzymatic assessment of nitrogen and phosphorus bioavailability to
stream periphyton communities at different velocity regimes. J.
Freshwater Ecol. 23(2): 245-264.
Hoch, M. P.,
K. S. Dillon, R. B. Coffin, and L. A.
Cifuentes. 2008. Sensitivity of bacterioplankton nitrogen metabolism to
eutrophication in sub-tropical coastal waters of Key West, Florida. Mar.
Poll. Bull. 56(5): 913-926.
Hoch, M. P., K. A. Knapp, J. A. Golden*, J. Romig.
Contrasts in suspended sediment and nutrient loads between two Piedmont
watersheds with aggressive erosion of legacy sediments.
American Society of Limnology and Oceanography,
Summer Meeting, St. John’s, Newfoundland, June 2008.
Hoch, M. P., K. A. Knapp, J. A. Golden*, P. J.
Siwik*, and J. S. Shirey*. Storm-event loading of suspended sediment and
nutrients in a Pennsylvania Piedmont watershed with aggressive erosion of
“legacy” sediments: a pre-restoration assessment. Mid-Atlantic Stream
Restoration Conference, Canaan Valley Institute, Nov 2007.
Shostell, J. M. and M. P. Hoch.
Assessments of stream ecosystem health prior to the implementation of a
natural stream channel design restoration project: fish communities and
physicochemical variables. Ecological Society of America and Society for
Ecological Restoration Joint Summer Meeting, Aug 2007.
P. Morgan, and T. Thiagarajan.
Water quality microbiology in the Belize River Watershed. Belize Health and
Social Issues Conference, Belize City, Belize, Central America, July 2007.
2007. Pre-restoration assessment of biological communities and water quality
in reference and impaired reaches of Codorus Creek watershed. Final Project
Report, Growing Greener #SC30462, Pennsylvania Department of Environmental
Protection, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USA. 77 p.
and D. A. Bronk. 2007. Bacterioplankton nutrient metabolism in the Eastern
Tropical North Pacific. J Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 439: 390-404.
M.P., R.A. Snyder, W.H. Jeffrey, K.S. Dillon, R.B. Coffin. 2006.
Expression of glutamine synthetase and glutamate dehydrogenase by marine
bacterioplankton: assay optimizations and efficacy for assessing nitrogen to
carbon metabolic balance. Limnol. Oceanogr. Methods 4: 318-328
M.P., S. J. Patel*, and J. J. Kong*. 2006. Diversity of glutamine
synthetase isozymes in the Sargasso Sea environmental genome. John T. and
Paige S. Smith Undergrad. Sci. Res. Symp. Proc. 1:1-21.
Hoch, M.P. 16SrDNA and metagenomic inquiry-based activities enrich
learning of microbial diversity.
American Society for Microbiology, Undergraduate Education Conference,
Orlando, FL, June 2006.
Hoch, M. P.
and J. S. Shirey*. The Pennsylvania State University – York, York,
PA 17403. Sedimentation associated with a wet-constructed stream channel
restoration project in the Pennsylvania Piedmont: placing perceptions in
perspective. Pennsylvania Academy of Sciences, Hershey, PA, March 2006.
Hoch, M. P.,
M. Brickner*, M. Mango*, A. Prokuda*, S. Shoop*, and P. J. Siwik*. The
Pennsylvania State University – York, York, PA 17403. Comprehensive
Bioassessment of Wastewater Effluent Impacts on South Branch Codorus Creek
in Southcentral Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Academy of Sciences, Hershey,
PA, March 2006.
and P.J. Siwik. Coupling of carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus metabolism in
freshwater bacterioplankton communities. American
Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Summer Meeting, Santiago de
Compestela, Spain, June 2005.
Hoch, M.P., P.A. Pepper, P.J. Siwik, and R.S. McNeil. A ”Watershed Academy”
for middle schools: highlighting the stream restoration challenge. American
Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Salt Lake
City, UT, Feb. 2005.
E. Krogh, J.R. Farrell, and D.A. Freisen.
Effects of light and
nutrients on the microbial community and bioremediation of wood-waste
landfill leachate. American Society for Microbiology, General Meeting,
Washington, D.C., May 2003.
Tropical Biology Field Schools: Issues for Canadian Institutions. Canadian
Council of University Biology Chairs, Halifax, New Brunswick. November 2000.
Eaton, W.D., V. Palacio, E. vanZinderenBakker, and M.P.
Hoch. 1999. Nutrient and microbial analysis of watersheds above and
below the Mollejon Dam, Belize. Mesoamerican Society for Conservation and
Biology, Mesoamericana. 4(4): 20-24.
Jörgensen, O.G.J., N. Kroer, R.B. Coffin, and M.P. Hoch.
1999. Relations between bacterial nitrogen metabolism and growth efficiency
in an estuarine and an open-ocean ecosystem. Aquat. Microb. Ecol.
M.P., D. M. Goodman, C. Chyplyk*, M. Kurucz*,. 1998. Suillus
caerulescence (A.H. Smith and Thiers) + Pseudotuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco,
CDE19. In: Concise Descriptions of North American Ectomycorrhizae. Edited
by: D.M. Goodman, D.M. Durall, J.A. Trofymow, and S.M. Berch. Mycologue
Publications, and Canada-B.C. Forest Resource Development Agreement,
Canadian Forest Service, Victoria, B.C., pp CDE19.1-CDE19.4.
Snyder, R.A. and M.P. Hoch. 1996. Consequences of
protist-stimulated bacterial production for estimating protist growth
efficiencies. Hydrobiologia 341: 113-123.
Jeffrey, W.H., R. Von Haven, M.P. Hoch and R.B.
Coffin. 1996. Bacterioplankton RNA, DNA, protein content and relationships
to rates of thymidine and leucine incorporation. Aqua. Microbial Ecol. 10:
R.A. Snyder, L.A. Cifuentes, and R.B. Coffin. 1996. Stable isotope dynamics
of nitrogen recycled during interactions among marine bacteria and protists.
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 132: 229-239.
Hoch, M.P., L.A. Cifuentes, and R.B. Coffin. 1995. Assessing geochemical and
biological fate for point source loads of sewage-derived nitrogen and
organic carbon in coastal waters of Southern Florida - Final Report. U.S.
EPA- Region IV, Atlanta. 156 pgs.
and D.L. Kirchman. 1995. Ammonium uptake by bacteria in the Delaware Estuary
and coastal water. Limnol. Oceanogr. 40: 886-897.
M.L. Fogel, and D.L. Kirchman. 1994. Isotope fractionation during ammonium
uptake by marine microbial assemblages. Geomicrobiol. J. 12: 113-117.
Nitrogen availability in a large river plume ecosystem. Oceanography
Department, University of British Columbia, October 1996 (invited).
Chanton, J., B. Gaza, G. Lewes, R. Coffin, M. Hoch, C. Kelley, and K.
Dillon. Multiple stable isotope tracing of the food web in a river
dominated estuary, Apalachicola Bay, Florida. Second Wetlands Ecology and
Management Symposium, Key Largo, FL, Nov. 1994.
Morin, J., L. Cifuentes, M. Hoch, R. Coffin, and J. Kovacs.
Inter‑estuarine variability in trophic condition of Northern Gulf of Mexico
during summer. Gulf Coast Geochemistry Group Conference (GC3), Dauphin
Island, AL, Oct.1994.
and D.L. Kirchman. 1993. Seasonal and inter-annual variability in bacterial
production and biomass in a temperate estuary. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 98:
M.P., L.A. Cifuentes, and R.B. Coffin. Bacterial nitrogen availability in
the northern Gulf of Mexico. ASLO93 Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Edmonton,
Canada, June 1993.
M.L. Fogel, and D.L. Kirchman. 1992. Isotope fractionation associated with
ammonium uptake by a marine bacterium. Limnol. and Oceanogr. 37(7):
Hoch, M.P., D.L. Kirchman, and M.L. Fogel. 1989. Nitrogen isotope
fractionation in the uptake of ammonium by a marine bacterium. In: Annual
Report of the Director of the Geophysical Laboratory, Carnegie Instn.
Washington, 1988-1989. Geophysical Laboratory, Washington, D.C., pp.
Kirchman, D.L., and M.P. Hoch. 1988. Bacterial
production in the Delaware Bay estuary estimated from thymidine and leucine
incorporation rates. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 45: 169-178.
Bushnell, J.H., B.J. Haney, N.M. Butler, B.M. Wahle, and M.P. Hoch.
Community structure and seasonal variability in an alpine flowage system,
Green Lakes Valley, Front Range Colorado. American Zoological Society,
Denver, CO, Dec. 1984.