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All abstracts by Kirsten Silvia Habicht in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2013) Large 34S Depletions of Reduced Sedimentary Sulfides at Low Sulfate Concentrations in an Iron-Rich Lake Dominated by Anaerobic Methane Oxidation
Weber HS, Thamdrup B & Habicht KS

(2013) The Bacterial C-Isotope Archive: Modern Anoxygenic Phototrophs Elucidate Past Processes in S and Fe-Rich Systems
Posth NR, Bristow LA, Habicht KS, Cox RP & Canfield DE

(2012) Multiple Sulfur Isotope Model of Temperature Dependent Isotope Fractionation in Archaeoglobus Fulgidus
Harms B, Mitchell K, Habicht K, Hoek J & Farquhar J

(2011) Metatranscriptomics of the Green Sulfur Bacteria in a Meromictic Swiss Lake (Lago di Cadagno)
Cox R, Habicht K, Miller M, Storelli N, Tonolla M & Frigaard N-U

(2010) The Effect of High Concentrations of Green Sulfur Bacteria on the Biogeochemical Carbon Cycle of Lago di Cadagno
Habicht K, Frigaard NU, Johnson B, Andersen J, Falkenby L & Miller M

(2009) Proteomic Study of Chlorobium clathratiforme in Lago di Cadagno, Switzerland
Habicht KS, Miller M, Nielsen LF, Frigaard N-U & Andersen JS

(2009) Isotope Study of S-Cycle of Lago di Cadagno
Farquhar J, Canfield D, Zerkle A & Habicht K

(2005) Multiple Isotope Effects Associated with Biogeochemical Networks
Farquhar J, Johnston D, Wing B, Ono S, Canfield D & Habicht K

(2004) Microbial Sulfate Reduction and Methanogenesis in the Archean Ocean
Habicht K, Gade M, Thamdrup B, Berg P & Canfield D

(2004) Using 33S to Differentiate Biotic and Abiotic Suflur Isotope Signatures
Johnston D, Farquhar J, Wing B, Canfield D & Habicht K

(2002) Constraining Sulfate Levels in Archean Oceans
Canfield D, Habicht KH, Thamdrup B & Berg P

(2001) The Effect of Sulfate Concentration on the Sulfur Isotope Fractionation during Sulfate Reduction by Sulfate-Reducing Bacteria
Habicht K & Canfield DE

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