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All abstracts by Walter Geibert in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2019) Circulation Changes in the Amundsen Basin from 1991 to 2015 Revealed from Distributions of Dissolved 230Th
Valk O, Rutgers van der Loeff MM, Geibert W, Gdaniec S, Moran SB, Lepore K, Puigcorbé V, Casacabuerta N, Paffrath R, Smethie W, Roy-Barman M & Edwards RL

(2019) Dating Deep-Sea Sediments with 230Th-Excess
Geibert W, Stimac I, Rutgers van der Loeff MM & Kuhn G

(2018) Using 224Ra/228Th Disequilibrium to Quantify Benthic Fluxes of Trace Metals into Pearl River Estuary: From Alkaline Earth Elements (Ba) to Redox Sensitive Metals (U, Mn, and Fe)
Hong Q, Cai P, Geibert W, Cao Z, Stimac I, Liu L & Li Q

(2017) Natural Variability of Geochemical Conditions, Biogeochemical Processes and Element Fluxes in Sediments of the Eastern CCZ, Pacific Ocean
Volz J, Mogollón J, Geibert W, Martínez Arbizu P, Koschinksy A & Kasten S

(2017) Constraining Sedimentation Rates with 231Pa/230Th Ratios of Marine Sediments
Geibert W, Volz J & Kasten S

(2017) 231Pa and 230Th in the Arctic Ocean 1991-2016: Changes in the Eurasian and Makarov Basins
Valk O, Gdaniec S, Rutgers van der Loeff M, Geibert W, Smethie W, Moran SB, Lepore K, Edwards RL, Lu Y & Rijkneberg M

(2015) Coupling between Nutrient Biogeochemical Cycles in the Ocean
Pichevin L, Ganeshram R, Geibert W & Squaratti F

(2015) The Distribution of 231Pa and 230Th between Dissolved and Particulate Phases in the Western North Atlantic
Kretschmer S, Rutgers van der Loeff MM, Masqué P & Geibert W

(2015) Radium Isotopes as a Tracer of Micronutrient Input from Shelf Seas to the North Atlantic
Annett A, Geibert W & Thomas A

(2014) Tight Coupling between Si and Fe Biogeochemical Cycles in the Ocean: Evidences from Diatom-Bound Proxies
Pichevin L, Ganeshram R, Geibert W, Thunell R & Hinton R

(2013) Comparison of 228Ra and Microstructure Derived Ocean Mixing Rates and Chemical Fluxes in the Cape Basin
Hsieh Y-T, Geibert W, Palmer MR, Woodward EMS & Henderson GM

(2013) The Role of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge for Chemical Fluxes in the Atlantic: Clues from Ra and Ac Isotopes
Geibert W, Hsieh Y-T & Henderson GM

(2012) New Water Column Profiles of Dissolved Thorium and Protactinium in the Western North-Atlantic
Kretschmer S, Masque P, Geibert W & Rutgers van der Loeff M

(2012) Using 228Ra to Assess Ocean Mixing and Nutrient Fluxes in the Cape Basin
Hsieh Y-T, Geibert W, Woodward EMS & Henderson GM

(2012) Uranium Series Rate Meters for Ocean Processes
Henderson G, Hsieh Y-T, Bourne M, Geibert W, Deng F & Thomas A

(2011) Diatom-Bound Trace Metals: A Tracer for Past Changes in Micronutrients Availability?
Pichevin L, Geibert W & Ganeshram R

(2011) Separating the Sources of 228Ra to the Open Ocean with 223, 224, 226, 228Ra Measurements in Loch Etive and the South-East Atlantic
Hsieh Y-T, Geibert W, van Beek P & Henderson G

(2011) Quantifying Fluxes of Metals to Surface Waters of the South-East Atlantic
Henderson GM, Achterberg E, Baker A, Chance R, Geibert W, Homoky W, Hwieh Y-T, Klunder M, Lohan M, Martin P, Mills R, Milne A, Palmer M, Sanders R, Thomas A, Wake B & Woodward M

(2011) 227Ac in the Atlantic Sector of the Southern Ocean: New Results from Bonus-Goodhope and UK GEOTRACES
Geibert W, Hsieh A, Hanfland C, Verdeny E, Masque P & Henderson G

(2009) A Map of Recent Terrigenous Fluxes to Southern Ocean Sediments: Application of 230Thxs-Normalized 232Th as a Dust Flux Tracer
Geibert W, Gersonde R, Kuhn G, Martinez-Garcia A, Masqué P, Rosell A, Rutgers van der Loeff M & Verdeny E

(2008) Distribution of 230Th, 10Be and 231Pa in Sediment Particle Classes
Kretschmer S, Geibert W, Schnabel C, Rutgers van der Loeff M & Mollenhauer G

(2004) Ocean Circulation and Bioproductivity in the Weddell Gyre: Geochemical Findings
Geibert W, Hanfland C, Usbeck R, Schwarz J, Webb A & Ansorge I

(2003) Actinium-227 as a Tracer for Diapycnal Mixing and Deep Upwelling
Geibert W, Usbeck R & Rutgers van der Loeff M

(2002) The Adsorption of Th and Pa on Different Particle Types in Dependence of the Provenance of Natural Seawater
Geibert W & Usbeck R

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