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All abstracts by Marcel van der Meer in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2020) Hydrological Fluctuations in the Holocene Baltic Sea
Weiss G, Lattaud J & van der Meer M

(2019) Uptake and Processing of Dissolved Carbon and Nitrogen Substrates in Microalgae-Dominated Sediment: A Comparison Across Three Estuaries
Riekenberg P, Oakes J, Eyre B, Schouten S & Van Der Meer M

(2019) Aerobic Methanotrophy in North Sea Sediment and Baltic Sea Water Column as Revealed by Bacteriohopanepolyol Lipids and Genomic Approaches
Rush D, Villanueva L, van der Meer M & Sinninghe Damsté J

(2019) Biomarker Evidence for Cyanobacterial Blooms in a Brackish Surface Layer in the Mediterranean Sea during S5 Sapropel Deposition
Bale N, Hennekam R, Hopmans E, Dorhout D, Reichart G-J, van der Meer M, Villareal T, Sinninghe Damsté J & Schouten S

(2017) Marine Group II Euryarchaeota Only Produce GDGT-0 in the Marine Water Column
Besseling MA, Hopmans EC, Koenen M, van der Meer M, Vreugdenhil S, Sinninghe Damsté JS & Villanueva L

(2014) D/H Ratios of Fatty Acids as a Tool to Infer the Metabolism of Microbial Communities
Heinzelmann S, Villanueva L, Schouten S, Sinninghe Damste J & van der Meer M

(2014) Impact of Species Composition on Paleosalinity Reconstructions from Coastal δD Alkenone Records
van der Meer M, M'Boule D, Kasper S, Chivall D, Sinke D, Schefuss E, Schouten S & Sinninghe Damste J

(2011) δD of Alkenones as Proxy for Paleo Sea Surface Salinity
van der Meer M, Kasper S, Benthien A, Bijma J, Zahn R, Sinninghe Damsté JS & Schouten S

(2007) Development and Application of Novel Organic Proxies
Schouten S, Weijers J, Peterse F, van der Meer M & Sinninghe Damste J

(2000) Compound-Specific Stable Carbon Isotopes: The Effect of Biosynthetic Pathways
Schouten S, Özdirekcan S, van Dongen BE, van der Meer MT & Sinninghe Damsté JS

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