Peer Reviewed Publications

Marlow, J., and R. Hatzenpichler, (2017), Assessing Metabolic Activity at Methane Seeps: A Testing Ground for Slow-Growing Environmental Systems. In: Kallmeyer, J. (Ed.), Microbiology at Methane Seeps & Hydrothermal Vents (Life in Extreme Environments Book Series), Berlin: De Gruyter. [Link]

Marlow, J., Steele, J., Ziebis, W., Scheller, S., Case, D., Reynard, L., and V. Orphan, (2017), Monodeuterated Methane: An Isotopic Probe to Measure Biological Methane Metabolism Rates, mSphere. [Link]

Marlow, J., Borrelli, C., Jungbluth, S., Hoffman, C., Marlow, J., and P. Girguis, (2017), Telepresence is a Potentially Transformative Tool for Field Science, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. [Link]

Raineault, N., Marlow, J., Everett, M., Etnoyer, P., Cormier, M., Knutson, V., and G. Giribet, (2017), Nautilus Samples 2016: New Techniques and Partnerships, Oceanography.

Raineault, N., Girguis, P., Auscavitch, S., Castillo, C., Lubetkin, M., Marlow, J., Pak, D., Myhre, S., Kennett, J., Netburn, A., and R. Kane, (2017), Exploration of Central California Basins, Cold Seeps, and San Juan Seamount, Oceanography.

Loyd, S., Sample, J., Tripati, R., Defliese, W., Brooks, K., Hovland, M., Torres, M., Marlow, J., Hancock, L., Martin, R., Lyons, T., and A. Tripati, (2016), Methane seep carbonates yield clumped isotope signatures out of equilibrium with formation temperatures, Nature Communications. [Link]

Press Coverage: UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability [Link]

Marlow, J., Skennerton, C., Li, Z., Chourey, K., Hettich, R., Pan, C., and V. Orphan, (2016), Proteomic Stable Isotope Probing Reveals Biosynthesis Dynamics of Slow-Growing Methane-Based Microbial Communities, Frontiers in Microbiology. [Link]

Case, D., Pasulka, A., Marlow, J., Grupe, B., Levin, L., and V. Orphan, (2015), Methane Seep Carbonates Host Distinct, Diverse, and Dynamic Microbial Assemblages, mBio. [Link]

Marlow, J., Peckmann, J., and V. Orphan (2015), Autoendoliths: A Distinct Class of Rock-Hosted Microbial Life, Geobiology. [Link]

Press Coverage: WIRED Magazine, August 2015 Issue, Jargon Watch // Microbe Magazine, August 2015 Issue, Research Advances [Link] // Small Things Considered, May 2015 [Link] // New Scientist Magazine, May 9 2015 Issue [Link]

Marlow, J., Steele, J., Thurber, A., Ziebis, W., Levin, L., and V. Orphan, (2014), Carbonate Hosted Methanotrophy: An Unrecognized Methane Sink in the Deep Sea, Nature Communications. [Link]

Press Coverage: Nature [Link] // Science Daily [Link] // IFL Science [Link] // Live Science [Link] // Tech Times 1 [Link] // Tech Times 2 [Link] // United Press International [Link] // Caltech [Link] // Nature World News 1 [Link] // Nature World News 2 [Link] // Scinexx (German) [Link] // Deutschlandfunk (German) [Link]

Sivan, O., Antler, G., Turchyn, A., Marlow, J., and V. Orphan, (2014), Iron Oxides Stimulate Sulfate Driven Anaerobic Methane Oxidation in Seeps, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. [Link]

Marlow, J., Steele, J., Case, D., Levin, L., and V. Orphan, (2014), Microbial Abundance and Diversity Patterns Associated with Sediments and Carbonates from the Methane Seep Environments of Hydrate Ridge, OR, Frontiers in Aquatic Microbiology. [Link]

Marlow, J., LaRowe, D., Ehlmann, B., Amend, J., and V. Orphan, (2014), The Potential for Biologically Catalyzed Anaerobic Methane Oxidation on Ancient Mars, Astrobiology. [Link]

Toner, B., Lesniewski, R., Marlow, J., Santelli, C., Bach, W., Orcutt, B., and K. Edwards, (2013), Mineralogy Selects Microbial Community at Low-Temperature along the Mid-Ocean Ridge, Geomicrobiology Journal. [Link]

Thurber, A., Levin, L., Orphan, V., and J. Marlow, (2012), Archaea in metazoan diets: implications for food webs and biogeochemical cycling, ISME Journal. [Link]

Press Coverage: The Scientist [Link] // io9 [Link] // Oregon State University [Link] // Bits of Science [Link]

Kreamer, N., Wilks, J., Marlow, J., Coleman, M., and D. Newman, (2012), BqsR/BqsS constitute a two-component system that senses extracellular Fe(II) in Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Journal of Bacteriology. [Link]

Marlow, J., Martins, Z., and M. Sephton, (2011), Organic host analogues and the search for life on Mars, International Journal of Astrobiology. [Link]

Marlow, J., Martins, Z., and M. Sephton, (2008), Mars on Earth: Streamlining the Search for the Perfect Mars Analog Soil, Astronomy and Geophysics. [Link]

Mellon, M., Arvidson, R., Marlow, J., Phillips, R., and E. Asphaug, (2008), Periglacial Landforms at the Phoenix Landing Site and the Northern Plains of Mars, J. Geophys. Res. [Link]

Golombek, M., Huertas, A., Marlow, J., McGrane, B., Klein, C., Martinez, M., Arvidson, R., Heet, T., Barry, L., Seelos, K., Adams, D., Li, W., Matijevic, J., Parker, T., Sizemore, H., Mellon, M., McEwan, Tamppari, L., and Y. Cheng, (2008), Size-Frequency Distributions of Rocks on the Northern Plains of Mars with Special Reference to Phoenix Landing Sites, J. Geophys. Res. [Link]

Manuscripts in review

Marlow, J.*, Kumar, A.*, Enalls, B., Reynard, L., Tuross, N., Stephanopoulos, G., and P. Girguis, In Review, Harnessing a Mixed Microbial Community in Support of a Methane-Fueled, Sediment-Free System for Utilization of Distributed Sources of Natural Gas.

Bell, K., Brennan, M., Cormier, M., Legg, M., Conrad, J., Castillo, C., Raineault, N., Lubetkin, M., Marlow, J., and C. Caldow, In Revision, Initial Observations and Preliminary Interpretations from Telepresence-Enabled Exploration of the Southern California Borderland, In: From the Mountains to the Abyss: The California Borderland as an Archive of Southern California Geologic Evolution. 

McVeigh, D., Skarke, A., Dekas, A., Borelli, C., Hong, W., Marlow, J., Pasulka, A., Jungbluth, S., Barco, R., and A. Djurhuus, In Revision, Characterization of Benthic Biogeochemistry and Ecology at Three Methane Seep Sites on the Northern U.S. Atlantic Margin.

Additional Research-based publications

Marlow, J., (2016), Autoendoliths: Architects of the Deep, Microbe Magazine. [Link]

Marlow, J., and J. Amend, (2015), The Real Extremophiles: Life Through an Energetics Lens, The Scientist. [Link]

Marlow, J., (2015), Methane Fuels Rock-Hosted Ecosystem in the Deep Sea, Microbe Magazine. [Link]

Marlow, J., (2012), Exploring the Edge of Metabolic Possibility, Explorers Journal.

Theses & Dissertations

Marlow, J., (2016), Physical, Metabolic, and Energetic Investigations of Methane-Metabolizing Microbial Communities. California Institute of Technology PhD Dissertation. [Link]

Marlow, J., (2010), Detecting Life on Mars Through the Study of Organic Host Mars Analogues and Urey Instrument Development, Imperial College London M. Phil Thesis. [Link]

Marlow, J., (2007), Aqueous Geochemistry and Mineralogical Evolution of the Upper Rio Tinto, Spain: a Two-Year Study, Washington University in St. Louis Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Senior Honors Thesis.