Details for: Antje Boetius


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(2017) Geological Settings of Hydrothermal Vents at 6°15’W and 55°30’E on the Gakkel Ridge, Arctic Ocean
Marcon Y, Purser A, Diehl A, Albers E, Türke A, McDermott J, German C, Hand K, Schlindwein V, Dorschel B, Wegener G, Boetius A & Bach W
15b/3182/Th



(2017) Mining-Induced Loss of Seafloor Integrity Compromises Ecosystem Functioning
Haeckel M, Vonnahme T, De Stigter H, Janssen F, Wenzhöfer F, Marcon Y, Purser A, Haffert L, Köser K, Greinert J & Boetius A
18g/09:00/Th










(2009) From Whale to Chemosynthesis: Energy and Carbon Fluxes at a Deep-Sea Whale Fall
Treude T, Smith C, Wenzhoefer F, Carney E, Bernardino A, Hannides A, Krüger M & Boetius A

(2009) Structure and Function of a Cold Seep Nurtured by Seepage of Heavy Oil
Schubotz F, Ventura G, Nelson R, Wegener G, Knittel K, Wilhelm T, Zabel M, Kasten S, Boetius A, Reddy C & Hinrichs K-U

(2009) CO2 Leakage in the Deep Ocean and its Effect on Benthic Fauna
Boetius A, De Beer D, Haeckel M, Mertens C, Inagaki F, Nakamura K & Rehder G




(2009) Distribution of Metabolically Active Microbial Communities in CO2-rich Marine Sediments
Yanagawa K, Sunamura M, Morono Y, Futagami T, DeBeer D, Urabe T, Boetius A & Inagaki F


(2007) Microbial Activity Associated with Asphalt Volcanism at the Campeche Knolls, Gulf of Mexico
Wegener G, Bowles M, Felden J, Wenzhöfer F, Schubotz F, Hinrichs KU, Zabel M, Bohrmann G & Boetius A






(2003) Anaerobic Oxidation of Methane at Hydrate Ridge (OR)
Treude T, Boetius A, Knittel K, Nauhaus K, Elvert M & Krüger M



Committee member

Goldschmidt2017 Science Committee: Chair
Goldschmidt2017 Organising Committee: Chair

Theme chair

Goldschmidt2014 - Theme 18: Geobiology

Medal

Goldschmidt2016: Endowed Biogeochemistry Lecture

Session convener

Goldschmidt2016 - Session 12c: Organic Carbon Burial and Seawater Oxygenation: From Past Changes to Future Challenges