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(2015) Microstructural and Microchemical Signatures Derived from Hydrothermal Alteration of Arctica islandica Aragonite, Terebratalia Transversa Calcite
Griesshaber E, Casella L, Purgstaller B, Hippler D, Mavromatis V, Dietzl M, Immenhauser A & Schmahl WW

(2015) Ambiguous Pore Plugging during Geothermal Reinjection: 3D-Sandstone Characterization and Experimental Simulations
Petschacher N, Hippler D, Böchzelt B & Dietzel M

(2015) Why are Sedimentary Dolomites Disordered and Metastable?
Baldermann A, Deditius AP, Dietzel M, Fichtner V, Fischer C, Hippler D, Leis A, Nickel C, Mavromatis V & Strauss H

(2015) A FTIR and Raman Spectroscopic Study on Sedimentary Apatites from the PC-C Boundary: A Case Study on Central and South Asian Phosphorites
Stammeier JA, Konrad F, Hippler D & Dietzel M

(2015) Si Stable Isotope Evidence for Ecosystem Engineering as Driver for the Late Neoproterozoic Ocean Oxygenation
Tatzel M, von Blanckenburg F, Oelze M, Bouchez J & Hippler D

(2014) Lowermost Cambrian Phosphorites from the Malyi Karatau, Kazakhstan
Hippler D, Heubeck C, Steiner M & Franz G

(2014) REE Abundances in Ediacaran to Early Cambrian Phosphate Deposits, Yangtze Platform (South China) by LA-ICPMS
Hippler D, Klügel A, Guo Q & Franz G

(2013) REE and Trace Element Patterns Across the Ediacaran-Cambrian Transition, South China
Guo Q, Deng Y, Strauss H, Hippler D, Franz G & Zhu G

(2012) Trace Element Abundances in Doushantuo Cap Dolostones from Platform and Slope Settings, Yangtze Platform, South China
Hohl S, Becker H, Hippler D & Baro W

(2012) Primary Origin vs. Redistribution of Trace Elements by Fluid Flow in Slope Facies Ediacaran Carbonate Rocks from the Yangtze Platform (South China)
Becker H, Baero W, Quiring M, Hammerschmidt K, Wiechert U & Hippler D

(2011) Rare Earth Elements of Precambrian-Cambrian Phosphorites from the Yangtze Platform (S. China)
Hippler D & Franz G

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