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All abstracts by Dirk Sachse in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2014) Streamwater δD and δ18O Values and Biomarkers in the Sutlej Valley, NW India
van der Veen I, Barthold F, Hoffmann B, Sachse D & Strecker M

(2014) Leaf Wax N-Alkane Stable Isotope Ratios Determine Sediment Sources in the Arun River, Eastern Nepal
Hoffmann B, Bookhagen B, Feakins SJ, Barthold F, Olen S, Adhikari DP & Sachse D

(2014) Organic Geochemistry of Kenyan Rift Valley Lake Sediments
Grewe S, Sachse D & Kallmeyer J

(2014) A Dual-Biomarker Approach to Quantitative Paleohydrology
Sachse D, Rach O & Kahmen A

(2014) Ecophysiological Mechanisms that Determine the Leaf Wax N-Alkane δ2H Values of C3 and C4 Grasses
Gamarra B, Sachse D & Kahmen A

(2013) A 2000-Year Rainfall Record from the Eastern Tropical Pacific and ENSO Variability during the Common Era
Romero-Viana L, Kienel U & Sachse D

(2013) Towards Quantitative Paleohydrology: Reconstructing Changes in Relative Humidity from Lipid Biomarker δD Values
Sachse D, Rach O, Kahmen A, Wilkes H & Brauer A

(2013) A Decadal Lipid Biomarker Paleohydrological Record during the Onset of the Younger Dryas from Northeastern Germany
Schütrumpf K, Brauer A, Neugebauer I, Rach O & Sachse D

(2011) Hydrogen Isotopic Signatures of Algal Biomarkers as a Proxy of Hydroclimatic Variability in Lake Isabel, Mexico
Romero Viana L, Haug GH, Kienel U & Sachse D

(2011) Evaluation of Lake Biomarkers as Indicator of Environmental Changes along a Climatic Gradient in Cameroon
Schwab-Lavrič V, Garcin Y, Sachse D, Todou G, Séné O, Onana J-M, Achoundong G & Gleixner G

(2011) A High-Resolution Paleohydrological Record of the Younger Dryas Episode from Western Europe – Using Lipid Biomarker D/H Ratios
Rach O, Brauer A, Wilkes H & Sachse D

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