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  List of Accepted Contributions - BG2.03 Application of stable isotopes in biogeosciences

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Krueger, M.; Wolters, H.; Richnow, H.-H.
15N-labeling to Trace Slow Growing Anaerobically Methane Oxidising Communities

Longdoz, L; Epron, E; Ngao, N; Ponton, P; Bonal, B; Le dantec, L
How the d13C of the soil materials influence the isotopic signature of the soil CO2 efflux in a beech temperate forest and a rain tropical forest

Harzhauser, M.; Piller, W.E.; Latal, C.
Mollusc-based stable isotope record of a Miocene Central European Inland Sea

Brodbeck, M.; Alewell, C.
Are stable isotopes of carbon, nitrogen and sulphur a suitable tool to detect soil degradation in a mountain environment?

Einsiedl, F.; Schäfer, T.; Northrup, P.
Evidence of bacterial sulfate reduction in oxygen-dominated soil and groundwater systems determined by isotope analyses on groundwater sulfate, fulvic acid sulfur and S-edge XANES spectroscopy

Veuger, B; Eyre, BD; Maher, D; Middelburg, JJ
Use of 15N-labeling combined with analysis of 15N in hydrolysable amino acids to investigate nitrogen flows through bacteria, algae and fauna in a sub-tropical estuarine sediment

Waldron, S.; Soulsby, C.
Dissolved oxygen and dissolved inorganic carbon cycling in small order rivers: a stable isotope study.

Gribsholt, B; Boschker, HTS; Tramper, A; Veuger, B; Middelburg, JJ
15N-nitrogen retention in a Belgian tidal freshwater marsh. (withdrawn)

Wang, L.; Kgope, B. ; Ringrose, S.; Ries, L.; D’Odorico, P.; Macko, S.
Patterns of Nitrogen Limitation along the Kalahari Transect

Heuer, V.; Tille, S.; Finke, N.; Elvert, M.; Hinrichs, K.-U.
Carbon isotopic compositions of volatile fatty acids in sediment/pore-water systems measured by isotope-ratio-monitoring liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry

Mangalo, M.; Einsiedl, F.; Meckenstock, R.U.
Oxygen and sulfur isotope effects governed by bacterial sulfate reduction

Reynolds, B.C.; Frank, M.; Halliday, A.N.
Silicon isotope fractionation during nutrient utilization in the North Pacific

Crespin, J.; Alexandre, A.; Sylvestre, F.; Sonzogni, C.; Pailles, C.
Oxygen isotope analyses of phytoliths and lacustrine diatoms using a laser-extraction technique for paleoenvironmental applications.

Vieth, A.; Elias, R.; Kühner, S.; Rabus, R.; Wilkes, H.
Using carbon and hydrogen isotopic composition of hydrocarbons to decipher biodegradation effects in petroleum reservoirs

Rimmer, S.M.; Rowe, H.D.; Crelling, J.C.
Deciphering Bulk d13C and d15N Isotopic Compositions using Density-gradient Centrifugation: A Maceral-specific Approach to Isotopic Analysis

Bendle, J; Kawamura, K; Yamazaki, K; Niwai, T; Ishimura, Y
Distribution of lipid biomarkers and their stable carbon isotope ratios in the remote marine atmosphere: implications for atmospheric transport pathways and C3/C4 plant sources

Rebel, K.T.; Riha, S.J. ; Seaman, J.C.; Singer, J.
Using Tritium as a Tracer to determine differences in Tree Water Uptake within the Soil Profile

Werth, M.; Kuzyakov, Y.
Fractionation of 13C in maize is affected by assimilate partitioning

Gallego-Torres, D.; Martínez-Ruiz, F.; Paytan, A.; Romero, O.; Jiménez-Espejo, F.J.; Ortega-Huertas, M.
Evidences for paleoproductivity and paleoceanographic conditions during sapropels deposition in Eastern Mediterranean based on C and N isotopic composition.

Nunez, S.; Abarca del Rio, R.; Lange, C.; Hebbeln, D.; Marchant, M.
Milankovitch-scale variabilility of stable carbon and oxygen isotopes off northern Chile during the last 1 Myr

Böttcher, M.E.; Al Raei, A.M.; Heuer, V.; Hilker, Y.; Hinrichs, K.U.; Segl, M.
Carbon isotopes as tracers for anaerobic mineralization processes in intertidal surface sediments

Böttcher, M.E.; Ferdelman, T.G.; Jorgensen, B.B.; Blake, R. ; Surkov, A.; Claypool, G.E.
Sulfur isotope biogeochemistry of microbial sulfate reduction by deep biospheres off Peru (ODP Leg 201)

Böttcher, M.E.; Boetius, A.; Rickert, D.
Sulfur isotope fractionation during microbial sulfate reduction associated with anaerobic methane oxidation

Rubino, M.; Merola, A.; Bertolini, T.; Lagomarsino, A.; De Angelis, P.; Lubritto, C.; D’Onofrio, A.; Terrasi, F.; Cotrufo, M.F.
Tracing C fluxes to the soil and atmosphere, through leaf litter decomposition in a poplar plantation by means of stable C isotopes

Zweimüller, I.; Wanek, W.; Konecny, R.
The barbel (Barbus barbus) in the river Danube: stable isotope analysis shows a higher trophic level than expected from gut analysis

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