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All abstracts by Bernhard Schnetger in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2018) The Use of Short-Lived Radium Isotopes at Submarine Hydrothermal Vents
Neuholz R, Schnetger B, Walker SL, Walter M, Türke A & Brumsack H-J

(2017) The Age of Submarine Hydrothermal Plumes – A Radium Isotope Approach
Neuholz R, Schnetger B & Brumsack H-J

(2017) Spatial Variability in Pore Water Biogeochemistry and Trace Element Cycling of a Subterranean Estuary
Ahrens J, Beck M, Waska H, Schnetger B & Brumsack H-J

(2017) Impacts of Artificial Limestone Weathering on Carbonate Chemistry of the North Sea – A Model Study
Kirchner J, Lettmann K, Schnetger B, Wolff J-O & Brumsack H-J

(2017) Biogeochemical Cycling on the Yermak Plateau during the Last Two Glacial Cycles
Tessin A, Maerz C, Brumsack H-J, Forwick M, Löwemark L, Matthiessen J, O'Regan M & Schnetger B

(2017) Anammox in Gulf of Alaska OMZ Nitrogen Cycling over Last ~60 ka as Revealed by BHT Isomer
Rush D, Zindorf M, Crawford A, Jaeger J, Schnetger B & März C

(2017) Dissolved Rare Earth Element Concentrations from the Barents Sea to the Central Arctic
Paffrath R, Pahnke K, Schnetger B & Brumsack H-J

(2017) Understanding Diagenetic Processes and Overprint in Quaternary Arctic Ocean Sediments
März C, Meinhardt A-K, Tessin A, Schnetger B & Brumsack H-J

(2017) Iron Cycling in Sediments from the Benguela Upwelling System (BUS)
Böning P, Pahnke K, Schnetger B & Brumsack H-J

(2016) Hawaiian Imprint on Dissolved Rare Earth Elements, Nd, and Ra Isotopes at Station ALOHA
Fröllje H, Pahnke K, Schnetger B, Brumsack H-J, Dulai H & Fitzsimmons J

(2016) Rare Earth Element Cycling in the West Pacific – Method and Application
Behrens MK, Pahnke K, Schnetger B & Brumsack H-J

(2016) Manganese and Trace Metal Cycling in the Deeps of the Baltic Sea
Dellwig O, Häusler K, Wegwerth A, Schnetger B, Brumsack H-J & Arz HW

(2015) Beyond Authigenic Apatite: New (and Old) Insights into the Marine Phosphorus Cycle
März C, Brumsack H-J, Kasten S, Poulton SW, Riedinger N, Schnetger B & Wagner T

(2013) 241Am Supporting 210Pb and 137Cs Dating
Schnetger B, Häusler K & Dellwig O

(2013) A Multi-Isotope (H, O, C, S, B, Mg, Ca, Ba) Approach to Study Diagenesis in Black Sea-Type Sediments
Böttcher ME, Lapham L, Gussone N, Struck U, Buhl D, Immenhauser A, Möller K, Petret C, Nägler T, Dellwig O, Schnetger B, Huckriede H, Halas S & Samankassou E

(2012) More Than Just 'Brown Layers': Manganese in Quaternary Arctic Ocean Sediments
Maerz C, Stratmann A, Matthiessen J, Poulton SW, Meinhardt A-K, Eckert S, Schnetger B, Vogt C, Stein R & Brumsack H-J

(2011) Molybdenum Isotope Fractionation in Pelagic Euxinia: Evidence from the Modern Black and Baltic Seas
Nägler TF, Neubert N, Böttcher ME, Dellwig O & Schnetger B

(2011) Impact of Authigenic Particles on Phosphate and Trace Metal Budgets of Anoxic Basins
Dellwig O, Leipe T, März C, Glockzin M, Häusler K, Moros M, Pollehne F, Schnetger B, Böttcher M & Brumsack H-J

(2011) Chemocline Oscillations in the Black Sea Documented by Sedimentary Iron Isotopes and Trace Metal Patterns
Eckert S, Schnetger B, Fröllje H, Severmann S, Montoya-Pino C, Weyer S, Köster J, Arz H & Brumsack H-J

(2011) Metal-Rich Brown Layers in Arctic Ocean Sediments: Climate Versus Diagenesis
März C, Stratmann A, Eckert S, Schnetger B, Poulton SW & Brumsack H-J

(2011) Dissolved Reactive Mangenese at Pelagic Redoxclines
Schnetger B & Dellwig O

(2011) Seasonal and Tidal Variations of Dissolved Thallium in Coastal Waters
Böning P, Beck M, Schnetger B & Brumsack H-J

(2007) Non-Conservative Behaviour of Molybdenum in Coastal Waters
Dellwig O, Beck M, Lemke A, Lunau M, Kolditz K, Schnetger B & Brumsack H-J

(2007) Mineralization of Organic Matter in Surface Sediments of Temporarily Euxinic Basins, Baltic Sea
Al-Raei AM, Boettcher ME, Leipe T, Dellwig O, Hille S, Schnetger B & Segl M

(2000) Trace Element Distribution in Palaeozoic Black Shales: "Kupferschiefer" (Germany) and Exshaw Formation (Canada)
Lüschen H, Schnetger B, Brumsack H & Paul J

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