Garrett Rue, Diane M. McKnight 2021: Enhanced rare earth element mobilization in a mountain watershed of the Colorado mineral belt with concomitant detection in aquatic biota: Increasing climate change-driven degradation to water quality. Environmental Science & Technology, early online view. DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.1c02958
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Garrett Rue, Josh Darling, Graham, E., Tfaily, M. M., Diane M. McKnight 2020: Dynamic changes in dissolved organic matter composition in a mountain lake under ice cover and relationships to changes in nutrient cycling and phytoplankton community composition. Aquatic Sciences, 82(1): 15. DOI: 10.1007/s00027-019-0687-3
Carini, P., Delgado-Baquerizo, M., Eve-Lyn Hinckley, Holland-Moritz, H., Brewer, T. E., Garrett Rue, Vanderburgh, C., Diane M. McKnight, Fierer, N. 2020: Effects of spatial variability and relic DNA removal on the detection of temporal dynamics in soil microbial communities. mBio, 11(1): e02776-19. DOI: 10.1128/mBio.02776-19
Mike SanClements, Fernandez, I. J., Lee, R. A., Roberti, J. A., Adams, M. B., Garrett Rue, Diane M. McKnight 2018: Long-term experimental acidification drives watershed scale shift in dissolved organic matter composition and flux. Environmental Science & Technology, 52(5): 2649-2657. DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.7b04499
Garrett Rue, , Rachel Gabor, Pitlick, J., Tfaily, M., Diane M. McKnight 2017: Concentration-discharge relationships during an extreme event: Contrasting behavior of solutes and changes to chemical quality of dissolved organic material in the Boulder Creek Watershed during the September 2013 flood. Special section, "Concentration-Discharge Relations in the Critical Zone." Water Resources Research, 53(7): 5276-5297. DOI: 10.1002/2016WR019708
Theses & Dissertations
Hydrologic and biogeochemical change in aquatic ecosystems: Disturbances, effects and seasonality across the landscape continuum. Garrett Rue. University of Colorado Boulder, PhD, 2019.
Geologic misfortune: The sourcing, fate, and transport of rare earth elements in the Snake River Watershed, Montezuma, Colorado. Thesis (MS) University of Colorado Boulder. Garrett Rue. University of Colorado Boulder, MS, 2015.
Acid rock drainage in the upper Snake River: The presence of heavy metals in a mineralized watershed. Garrett Rue. University of Colorado Boulder honors thesis, Other, 2012.