Meadow JF, Altrichter AE, Bateman AB, Stenson J, Brown GZ, Green JG, Bohannan BJM. 2015. Humans differ in their personal microbial cloud. PeerJ e1258.

Franzosa EA, Huang K, Meadow JF, Gevers D, Lemon KP, Bohannan BJM, Huttenhower C. 2015. Identifying personal microbiomes using metagenomic codes. PNAS 112:e2930–e2938.

Martin LJ, Adams RI, Bateman AC, Bik HM, Hawks J, Hird SM, Hughes D, Kembel SW, Kinney K, Kolokotronis S, Levy G, McClain C, Meadow JF, Medina RF, Mhuireach G, Moreau CS, Munshi-South J, Nichols LM, Palmer C, Popova L, Schal C, Täubel M, Trautwein M, Ugalde JA, Dunn RR. 2015. Evolution of the indoor biome. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 30:223-232

Meadow JF, Altrichter AE, Green JL. 2014. Mobile phones reflect the personal microbiome of their owners. PeerJ e447.

Colehour AM, Meadow JF, Liebert MA, Cepon-Robins TJ, Gildner TE, Urlacher SS, Bohannan BJM, Snodgrass JJ, Sugiyama LS. 2014. Local domestication of lactic acid bacteria via cassava beer fermentation. PeerJ e479.

Kembel SW, Meadow JF, O’Connor TK, Mhuireach G, Northcut D, Kline J, Moriyama, M, Brown GZ, Bohannan BJM, Green JL. 2014. Architectural design drives the biogeography of indoor bacterial communities. PLOS ONE. 9:e87093.

Meadow JF, Altrichter AE, Kembel SW, O’Connor TK, Brown GZ, Green JL, Bohannan BJM. 2014. Bacterial communities on classroom surfaces vary with human contact. BMC Microbiome 2:7.

Meadow JF, Altrichter AE, Kembel SW, Kline J, Mhuireach G, Moriyama M, Northcutt D, O’Connor TK, Womack AM, Brown GZ, Green JL, Bohannan BJM. 2013. Indoor airborne bacterial communities are influenced by ventilation, occupancy, and outdoor air source. Indoor Air. [pdf]

Meadow JF, Bateman AC, Herkert KM, O‘Connor TK, Green JL. 2013. Significant changes in the skin microbiome mediated by the sport of roller derby. PeerJ e53.   [pdf]

Meadow JF, Zabinski CA. 2012. Prokaryotic communities differ along a geothermal soil photic gradient. Microbial Ecology 65:171-179. [pdf]

Meadow JF, Zabinski CA. 2012. Spatial heterogeneity of eukaryotic microbial communities in an unstudied geothermal diatomaceous biological soil crust: Yellowstone National Park, WY, USA. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 82:182-191. [pdf]

Meadow JF, Zabinski CA. 2012. Linking symbiont community structures in a model arbuscular mycorrhizal system. New Phytologist 194:800-809.   [pdf]

Meadow JF. 2012. Geothermal Soil Ecology in Yellowstone National Park. Montana State University. PhD Dissertation.

Wiese JL, Meadow JF, Lapp JA. 2012. Seed weights for northern Rocky Mountain native plants with an emphasis on Glacier National Park. Native Plants Journal 13:39-49.   [pdf]

Meadow KL, Meadow JF. 2012. Search query quality and web-scale discovery: a qualitative and quantitative analysis. College & Undergraduate Libraries 19:163-175. 

Lekberg Y, Meadow JF, Rohr JR, Redecker D, Zabinski CA. 2011. Importance of dispersal and thermal environment for assemblage of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities – lessons learned from Yellowstone National Park. Ecology 92:1292-1302.   [pdf]

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