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  Poster Programme - BG6.08 Methods, tools and strategies for biogeochemical interactions studies in reducing deep-sea environments (co-listed in SSP)

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Convener: Le Bris, N.
Co-Convener: German, C., Boetius, A., Bach, W.
Co-Sponsorship: InterRidge - Biogeochemical Interaction at Deep-sea Vents WG

Author in Attendance:

Monday, 3 April 2006 10:30 - 12:00
Display Time: Monday, 3 April 2006 08:00 -
Monday, 3 April 2006 19:30
Poster Area: Hall A

Chairperson: LE BRIS, N.

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EGU06-A-07819;  BG6.08-1MO2P-0096
Bach, W.
Thermodynamic and mass balance constraints on hydrogen production in hydrothermal systems

EGU06-A-04743;  BG6.08-1MO2P-0097
Santelli, C.; Edgcomb, V.; Bach, W.; Edwards, K.
Diversity of endolithic bacteria in seafloor basalt

EGU06-A-10302;  BG6.08-1MO2P-0098
Zielinski R, F. ; Pape , T.; Wenzhöfer, F.; Seifert , R. ; Borowski, C. ; Dubilier, N.
Hydrogen may be an energy source for endosymbiotic bacteria of the vent mussel Bathymodiolus puteoserpentis

EGU06-A-10402;  BG6.08-1MO2P-0100
Schmidt, C.; Le Bris, N.; Le Gall, C.; Rodier, P.; Gaill, F.
Modelling biogeochemical processes associated with symbiotic shrimps swarms in deep-sea hydrothermal environments

EGU06-A-07398;  BG6.08-1MO2P-0101
Cannat, M.; Le Bris, N.; The MoMARnet coordinating team
MOMARnet: MOnitoring deep sea floor hydrothermal environments on the Mid Atlantic Ridge: A Marie Curie Research Training Network funded by the European Commission

EGU06-A-10507;  BG6.08-1MO2P-0102
Dyment, J. ; Gaill, F.; Fouquet, Y.; MOMARDREAM Science party
MOMARDREAM cruise: a multidisciplinary approach of the Rainbow ultramafic vent site

EGU06-A-02302;  BG6.08-1MO2P-0103
Lacombe, M.; Comtat, M.; Garçon, V.; Le Bris, N.
Electrochemical development for in situ measurements in deep- sea environments

EGU06-A-05804;  BG6.08-1MO2P-0104
Wenzhoefer, F.; Lichtschlag, A.; Niemann, H.; Boetius, A.
In situ determination of the spatial and temporal variation in diffuse hydrothermal vent fluids above mussel beds

EGU06-A-07032;  BG6.08-1MO2P-0105
Garbe-Schönberg, D.; Koschinsky, A.; Ratmeyer, V.; Jähmlich, H.; Westernströer, U.
KIPS –A new Multiport Valve-based all-Teflon Fluid Sampling System for ROVs

EGU06-A-02939;  BG6.08-1MO2P-0106
Kadar, E; Costa, V; Santos, RS; Powell, JJ
Trace metal enrichment in macro-invertebrate habitats and biological feed-backs at geochemically distinct vent sites of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge

EGU06-A-03829;  BG6.08-1MO2P-0107
Lehnert, K. A.; Mottl, M. J.; Carbotte, S. M.
VentDB: Integrative data management for seafloor hydrothermal spring geochemistry

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