2018 journal article
Variation in range size and dispersal capabilities of microbial taxa
Ecology, 99(2), 322–334.
By: M. Choudoir, A. Barberan, H. Menninger, R. Dunn & N. Fierer
2017 journal article
Molecular analysis of environmental plant DNA in house dust across the United States
Aerobiologia, 33(1), 71–86.
By: J. Craine, A. Barberan, R. Lynch, H. Menninger, R. Dunn & N. Fierer
2016 journal article
The Diversity of arthropods in homes across the united states as determined by environmental dna analyses
Molecular Ecology, 25(24), 6214–6224.
By: A. Madden, A. Barberan, M. Bertone, H. Menninger, R. Dunn & N. Fierer
The effect of habitual and experimental antiperspirant and deodorant product use on the armpit microbiome
By: J. Urban, D. Fergus, A. Savage, M. Ehlers, H. Menninger, R. Dunn, J. Horvath
2015 journal article
Continental-scale distributions of dust-associated bacteria and fungi
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 112(18), 5756–5761.
By: A. Barberan, J. Ladau, J. Leff, K. Pollard, H. Menninger, R. Dunn, N. Fierer
Fungi identify the geographic origin of dust samples
PLoS One, 10(4).
By: N. Grantham, B. Reich, K. Pacifici, E. Laber, H. Menninger, J. Henley, A. Barberan, J. Leff, N. Fierer, R. Dunn
2014 journal article
Too big to be noticed: Cryptic invasion of Asian camel crickets in North American houses
By: M. Epps, H. Menninger, N. LaSala & R. Dunn
2013 journal article
Home life: factors structuring the bacterial diversity found within and between homes
PLoS One, 8(5).
By: R. Dunn, N. Fierer, J. Henley, J. Leff & H. Menninger
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