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All abstracts by Daniel Birgel in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2017) Archaeal Methanogenesis at the Onshore Serpentinite-Hosted Chimaera Seeps, Turkey
Zwicker J, Birgel D, Bach W, Richoz S, Gier S, Smrzka D, Neubeck A, Ivarsson M, Schleper C, Rittmann S, Grasemann B, Koşun E & Peckmann J

(2016) In-Vitro Simulation of AOM Mediated Diagenesis in Cold-Water Coral Carbonate Mounds
Feenstra E, Heindel K, Birgel D, Krause S, Maeder U & Foubert A

(2015) Glendonites as Archives of Paleoenvironmental Change in the Aftermath of the PETM
Nenning F, Teichert B, Gussone N, Schultz B, Birgel D, Peckmann J & Strauß H

(2015) Formation of Microbialites in Holocene Coral Reefs and on Early Triassic Ocean Margins
Heindel K, Birgel D, Richoz S, Westphal H & Peckmann J

(2015) Understanding the Temporal and Spatial Variability of Early Diagenesis in Carbonate Mounds
Feenstra E, Wehrmann L, Jaramillo-Vogel D, Birgel D, Heindel K & Foubert A

(2012) Preservation of Lipid Biomarkers of Fe(III)-reducers and Anoxygenic Phototrophic Fe(II)-oxidizers during Exposure to High Pressure and Temperature (P/T)
Eickhoff M, Birgel D, Peckmann J & Kappler A

(2012) Anaerobic Methanotrophy in Cretaceous Methane Seep Deposits, Canadian High Arctic
Williscroft K, Beauchamp B, Grasby S & Birgel D

(2009) Messinian Gypsum Stromatolites – A Molecular Approach
Hoffmann L, Birgel D, Rouchy J-M, Ziegenbalg S & Peckmann J

(2009) Sulfate-Reducing Bacteria as Major Players in the Formation of Reef-Microbialites during the Last Sea-Level Rise (Tahiti, IODP 310)
Heindel K, Birgel D, Peckmann J, Kuhnert H & Westphal H

(2007) Phosphogenesis in Recent Upwelling Areas: The Importance of Microbial Communities Indicated by Lipid Biomarkers
Arning E, Birgel D, Schulz H, Jørgensen BB & Peckmann J

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