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  List of Accepted Contributions - BG1.07 Electron transfer processes in soils, sediments, and aquifers: concepts and cases (co-listed in SSS)

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Bauer, RD; Meckenstock, RU; Griebler, C
Degradation of organic contaminants in porous model aquifers - it is heterogeneity that matters

Peiffer, S.; Oldham, C.; Salmon, U.; Küsel, K.
The role of iron redox cycling in the natural acidification of ground water

Knorr, K.H.; Blodau, C.
Redox dynamics and electron flow budgets in a minerotrophic fen soil – effects of a drying and rewetting cycle

Wilhartitz, I.C.; Mach, R.L.; Ryzinska, G.; Kirschner, A.K.T; Stadler, H.; Herndl, G.J.; Szewzyk, U.; Farnleitner, A.H.
Ecological significance of microbial endokarst communities in groundwater from alpine karst aquifers (withdrawn)

Bosch, J.; Fritzsche, A.; Meckenstock, R.U.
Nanosized Iron(hydroxy)oxide Particles are readily reduced by iron-reducing Microorganisms

Maiolini, B.; Bruno, M.C.; Carolli, M. ; Silveri, L.
Effects of hydropeaking on the hyporheos of an Alpine stream: preliminary results (withdrawn)

Fulda, B.; Knorr, K.H.; Bauer, M.; Blodau, C.
Effects of a drying and rewetting cycle on arsenic dynamics in a minerotrophic fen – a laboratory study

Well, R.; Weymann, D. ; Flessa, H.; von der Heide, C.; Konrad, C.; Walther, W.
Isotopic signatures and concentrations of dissolved NO3-, N2O und N2 as indicators of denitrification history in aquifers

Law, N.K.W; Ansari, S.I.; Renshaw, J.C.; Pearce, C.I.; May, I.; Livens, F.R.; Lloyd, J.R.
Biotransformation of heavy metals, precious metal, and radionuclides

Blodau, C.; Knorr, K.-H.
Experimental inflow of groundwater induces a ‘biogeochemical regime shift’ in iron rich and acidic sediments

Raber, M; Bauer, M; Peiffer, S; Blodau, C
DOM induced iron and sulphate reduction promotes arsenic mobility in column experiments

Heimann, A.C.; Lloyd, J.R.; Jakobsen, R.
Hydrogen thresholds and bioenergetics of microbial As(V) and Fe(III) respiration

Bauer, M; Macalady, D; Blodau, C
Electron transfer capacities and reaction kinetics of peat dissolved organic matter

Neumann, A.; Hofstetter, T. B.; Schwarzenbach, R. P.
Assessing Contaminant Reduction by Fe(II) associated with iron-bearing Clay Minerals using Nitroaromatic Probe Compounds and Infrared Spectroscopy

IMFELD, G.; Nijenhuis, I.; Nikolausz, M.; Weber, S.; Zeiger, S.; Richnow, H.
An integrated approach to assess in situ degradation of chlorinated ethenes in several geological units of a groundwater system

Kaasalainen, H.; Leivuori, M.
Pore water dynamics of iron and manganese in the northern Baltic Sea surface sediments

Zhang, Y; Slomp, C; Broers, H; Passier, H; Van Cappellen, P
Denitrification coupled to pyrite oxidation and implications for groundwater quality: a case study (Oostrum, the Netherlands)

Alexandratos, A.; Behrends, B.; Van Cappellen, V.
Reduction of Uranium under Abiotic Iron Reducing Conditions – A Macroscopic and Spectroscopic Study

Morasch, B.; Höhener, P.; Hunkeler, D.
Evidence for in situ degradation of mono-and polyaromatic hydrocarbons in alluvial sediments based on microcosm experiments with 13C-labeled contaminants

Beer, J.; Blodau, C.
Geochemical constraints on anaerobic organic matter decomposition in a northern peatland

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