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(2020) Meta'omics Reveal Insights into Microbial Fe(II) Oxidation Coupled to Nitrate Reduction in Freshwater Enrichment Cultures
Huang Y-M, Straub D, Blackwell N, Kappler A & Kleindienst S

(2019) Unraveling Microbial Nitrate Turnover in a Polluted Fractured Limestone Aquifer Using Metagenomics
Blackwell N, Osenbrueck K, Straub D, Jakus N, Nahnsen S, Grathwohl P, Kappler A & Kleindienst S

(2019) Mechanisms of Fe(II) Oxidation Coupled to Nitrate Reduction in a Freshwater Enrichment Culture: A Metagenome-Based Approach
Huang Y-M, Blackwell N, Straub D, Kappler A & Kleindienst S

(2019) Iron(II)- and Sulfur-Driven Autotrophic Denitrification in a Pyrite-Rich Limestone Aquifer
Jakus N, Blackwell N, Osenbrück K, Grathwohl P, Kleindienst S & Kappler A

(2017) Identification of Active Autotrophic, Nitrate-Reducing Fe(II) Oxidizing Bacteria in Coastal Marine Sediment
Blackwell N, Kappler A & Kleindienst S

(2017) Microbial iron(II) Oxidation Under Anoxic and Microoxic Conditions – Ecology and Biomineral Formation
Kappler A, Bryce C, Blackwell N, Koeksoy E, Schmidt C, Byrne J, Nordhoff M, Laufer K & Jorgensen BB

(2016) Interrelation, Competition and Environmental Consequences of Microaerophilic, Nitrate-Reducing and Phototrophic Fe(II) Oxidation in Freshwater and Marine Sediments
Kappler A, Laufer K, Nordhoff M, Otte J, Schaedler F, Lockwood C, Schmidt C, Kleindienst S, Bryce C, Blackwell N, Roy H, Jorgensen BB & Schink B

(2013) The Reactivity of Microbially-Reduced Goethite: Assessing the Potential of a Naturally Occurring Waste Material for Mine Drainage Remediation
Blackwell N, Perkins W, Edwards A, Johnson B, Hallberg K, Griffith G, Bearcock J & Palumbo-Roe B

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