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  List of Accepted Contributions - SSP5/BG8 Microbial Carbonates (co-sponsored by IAS and co-organized by BG)

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Dragan, E.; Simo, T.; Carroll, A.
Oligocene-Miocene Carbonate Mounds in the Central and East Java Basin, Indonesia (withdrawn)

Meister, P.; Nealson, K.H.; Johnson, O.; Corsetti, F.
Controls of spherical crystal morphology in Ca-/Mg-carbonates: Results from culture experiments and field studies

Camoin, G.; Westphal, H.; Séard, C. ; Heindel, K.; Yokoyama, Y.; Matsuzaki , H. ; Vasconcelos, C.; Warthmann, R.; Webster, J.; IODP Expedition 310 Scientists
Microbialites : a major component of the last deglacial reef sequence from Tahiti (IODP Expedition 310). Environmental significance and sedimentological roles.

Visscher, P.T.
Microbial Carbonates: Bacterial Metabolism, Exopolymeric Secretions and Communication?

Mulec, J.; Walochnik, J.
Amoebae in carbonate precipitating microenvironments in karst caves

Kuznetsov, V.
Synchronic development of the Cyanobacteria and changing carbonate mineralogy in the geological history – key to decision of the dolomite problem?

Vakarchuk, S; Dovzhok, T; Chepil, P
Main morphogenetic types of Mississippian carbonate buildups in the Dinieper-Donets basin (their structure and paleogeography)

Glunk, C.; Dupraz, C.; Braissant, O.; Wieland, A.; Verrecchia, E.; Visscher, P.
Preservation of biogenic calcium carbonate precipitates in hypersaline microbial mats (Eleuthera, Bahamas)

Sanz-Montero, M.E.; García del Cura, M.A.; Rodríguez-Aranda, J.P.; Calvo, J.P.
Dolomite from Miocene lacustrine deposits of the Madrid and Duero basins (Central Spain). Evidences for its microbial origin

Warthmann, R.; Vasconcelos, C.; McKenzie, J.A.
Anaerobic sulfur bacteria inducing carbonate lithification in modern- and possibly Precambrian microbial mats and stromatolites: The red-layer phenomenon

Rosales, I.; Ranero, C.R.
Early Cretaceous fossil bacteria and biofilms in hydrothermally-supported carbonate chemoherms.

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