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All abstracts by Sian Henley in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2020) Transformation of Organic Matter in Arctic Ocean Sediments Across the Redox Interface
Stevenson M, Faust J, Luiza A, Freitas F, Neil G, Tait K, Henley S, Peter L, Papadaki S, März C, Abbott G, Hilton RG & Hendry KR

(2019) Quantifying Benthic-Pelagic Coupling in the Changing Arctic Barents Sea
Sales de Freitas F, Ward J, Stevenson M, Abbott G, Henley S, Faust J, Tessin A, Solan M, März C, Hendry K & Arndt S

(2019) Nutrient Exchange at the Changing Arctic Ocean Seafloor and Implications for the Water Column
Henley S, Faust J, Stevenson M, Tessin A, Hendry K & Maerz C

(2019) Sedimentary Nutrient Supply in Productive Hotspots off the West Antarctic Peninsula Revealed by Silicon Isotopes
Cassarino L, Hendry K, Henley S, MacDonald E, Arndt S, Sales de Freitas F, Pike J & Firing Y

(2018) Nitrogen Cycling in the Warming Arctic Ocean
Doncila A, Ganeshram R, Tuerena R, Henley S, Dodd P & Rutgers v. d. Loeff M

(2018) Macronutrient Cycling in Arctic Sediments and Benthic-Pelagic Coupling
Henley S, Faust J, Stevenson M, Tessin A, Brand T & Maerz C

(2017) Dissolved Organic Matter Cycling at the West Antarctic Peninsula
Dittrich R, Henley S, Ganeshram R, Cowie G, Mowbray S, Meredith M & Ducklow H

(2017) Macronutrient Cycling on the Antarctic Peninsula Shelf
Henley S, Cassarino L, Hendry K, Dittrich R & Meredith M

(2016) Nitrogen Cycling in Coastal Antarctic Sea Ice and Exchange with the Surface Ocean
Henley S, Ganeshram R, Annett A, Fallick A, Meredith M, Clarke A & Venables H

(2014) How is the Marine Nitrogen Cycle Responding to Physical Climate Change at the Antarctic Peninsula?
Henley S, Ganeshram R, Annett A & Meredith M

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