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Marine science : making waves
(2014-06) - Journal item,
Palynology: A tool to identify abrupt events? An example from Chabahar Bay, southern Iran
(2013) - Journal item,
Tsunami, storm and flood events are destructive agents that have the potential to cause much damage and cost lives. The coastal regions around the north-western Arabian Sea are prone to these natural disasters with recent ...
The origin, source, and cycling of methane in deep crystalline rock biosphere
(2015-07-17) - Journal item,
The emerging interest in using stable bedrock formations for industrial purposes, e.g., nuclear waste disposal, has increased the need for understanding microbiological and geochemical processes in deep crystalline rock ...
Methodology for single-cell genetic analysis of planktonic foraminifera for studies of protist diversity and evolution
(2016-12-15) - Journal item,
Single-cell genetic analysis is an essential method to investigate the biodiversity and evolutionary ecology of marine protists. In protist groups that do not reproduce under laboratory conditions, this approach provides ...
Mars surface context cameras past, present, and future
(2016-04) - Journal item,
Mars has been the focus of robotic space exploration since the 1960s, in which time there have been over 40 missions, some successful, some not. Camera systems have been a core component of all instrument payloads sent to ...
Continental growth and the crustal record
(2013-12-08) - Journal item,
The continental crust is the archive of Earth history. The spatial and temporal distribution of the Earth's record of rock units and events is heterogeneous with distinctive peaks and troughs in the distribution of ages ...
Last millennium northern hemisphere summer temperatures from tree rings : Part I: The long term context
(2016-02-15) - Journal item,
Large-scale millennial length Northern Hemisphere (NH) temperature reconstructions have been progressively improved over the last 20 years as new datasets have been developed. This paper, and its companion (Part II, ...
Onset of the aerobic nitrogen cycle during the Great Oxidation Event
(2017-02-23) - Journal item,
The rise of oxygen on the early Earth (about 2.4 billion years ago)1 caused a reorganization of marine nutrient cycles2, 3, including that of nitrogen, which is important for controlling global primary productivity. However, ...