David O. Carter
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Cadaver decomposition in terrestrial ecosystems
DO Carter, D Yellowlees, M Tibbett
Naturwissenschaften 94, 12-24, 2007
Microbial community assembly and metabolic function during mammalian corpse decomposition
JL Metcalf, ZZ Xu, S Weiss, S Lax, W Van Treuren, ER Hyde, SJ Song, ...
Science 351 (6269), 158-162, 2016
A microbial clock provides an accurate estimate of the postmortem interval in a mouse model system
JL Metcalf, L Wegener Parfrey, A Gonzalez, CL Lauber, D Knights, ...
elife 2, e01104, 2013
Moisture can be the dominant environmental parameter governing cadaver decomposition in soil
DO Carter, D Yellowlees, M Tibbett
Forensic science international 200 (1-3), 60-66, 2010
Temperature affects microbial decomposition of cadavers (Rattus rattus) in contrasting soils
DO Carter, D Yellowlees, M Tibbett
Applied soil ecology 40 (1), 129-137, 2008
The biochemical alteration of soil beneath a decomposing carcass
LA Benninger, DO Carter, SL Forbes
Forensic science international 180 (2-3), 70-75, 2008
Soil analysis in forensic taphonomy: chemical and biological effects of buried human remains
M Tibbett, DO Carter
CRC Press, 2008
Cadaver decomposition and soil: processes
DO Carter, M Tibbett
Soil analysis in forensic taphonomy, 41-64, 2008
Taphonomic mycota: fungi with forensic potential
DO Carter, M Tibbett
Journal of Forensic Sciences 48 (1), JFS2002169, 2003
Microbiome tools for forensic science
JL Metcalf, ZZ Xu, A Bouslimani, P Dorrestein, DO Carter, R Knight
Trends in biotechnology 35 (9), 814-823, 2017
Seasonal variation of postmortem microbial communities
DO Carter, JL Metcalf, A Bibat, R Knight
Forensic science, medicine, and pathology 11, 202-207, 2015
Microbial decomposition of skeletal muscle tissue (Ovis aries) in a sandy loam soil at different temperatures
DO Carter, M Tibbett
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 38 (5), 1139-1145, 2006
Vertebrate decomposition is accelerated by soil microbes
CL Lauber, JL Metcalf, K Keepers, G Ackermann, DO Carter, R Knight
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 80 (16), 4920-4929, 2014
Seasonal variation of carcass decomposition and gravesoil chemistry in a cold (Dfa) climate
J Meyer, B Anderson, DO Carter
Journal of Forensic Sciences 58 (5), 1175-1182, 2013
Autoclaving kills soil microbes yet soil enzymes remain active
DO Carter, D Yellowlees, M Tibbett
Pedobiologia 51 (4), 295-299, 2007
Microbiome data accurately predicts the postmortem interval using random forest regression models
A Belk, ZZ Xu, DO Carter, A Lynne, S Bucheli, R Knight, JL Metcalf
Genes 9 (2), 104, 2018
Carcass mass can influence rate of decomposition and release of ninhydrin-reactive nitrogen into gravesoil
A Spicka, R Johnson, J Bushing, LG Higley, DO Carter
Forensic science international 209 (1-3), 80-85, 2011
A laboratory incubation method for determining the rate of microbiological degradation of skeletal muscle tissue in soil
M Tibbett, DO Carter, T Haslam, R Major, R Haslam
Journal of Forensic and Sciences 49 (3), JFS2003247-6, 2004
Mushrooms and taphonomy: the fungi that mark woodland graves
M Tibbett, DO Carter
Mycologist 17 (1), 20-24, 2003
Chitinase dependent control of protozoan cyst burden in the brain
JP Nance, KM Vannella, D Worth, C David, D Carter, S Noor, C Hubeau, ...
PLoS pathogens 8 (11), e1002990, 2012
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