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Details for: Caroline Slomp


Caroline Slomp is Professor of Marine Biogeochemistry at the Department of Earth Sciences, Utrecht University, the Netherlands. Her research focuses on improving the quantitative understanding of the cycling of elements that are important to life in marine environments. In her research group, field and laboratory work are typically integrated with modeling. The central theme is the assessment of the response of ancient and modern environments to perturbation. Low oxygen marine systems are currently a key focus.
Note: abstracts are only listed if one of the following email addresses was provided when the abstract was submitted: c.p.slomp@uu.nl. Otherwise, try an advanced search.






(2017) Trace Metal Dynamics in the Water Column along a Shelf-To-Basin Transect in the Black Sea
Séguret M, Lenstra W, Hermans M, Dijkstra N, Kuzminov A, Severmann S, Rijkenberg M, Laan P & Slomp C

(2017) Δ13CH3D and Δ12CH2D2 Signals of Methanogenesis and Methanotrophy
Ash J, Egger M, Kohl I, Treude T, Slomp C, Cragg B, Parkes RJ, Rumble D & Young E



(2017) Ocean Circulation and Biogeochemistry during the Toarcian Oceanic Anoxic Event
Ruvalcaba Baroni I, Pohl A, van Helmond NAGM, Coe A, Cohen A, Donnadieu Y & Slomp CP

(2017) Impact of Natural Reoxygenation on the Sediment Geochemistry in a Euxinic Baltic Sea Basin
Hermans M, Lenstra W, van Helmond NAGM, Egger M, Jilbert T, Witbaard R, Gustafsson E, Gustafsson BG, Conley DJ & Slomp CP

(2017) The Shelf-To-Basin Iron Shuttle in the Black Sea Revisited
Lenstra W, Seguret M, Hermans M, Witbaard R, Kraal P, Kuzminov A, Severmann S, Teaca A, Behrends T, Dijkstra N & Slomp C




(2016) Coupled Dynamics of CH4-S-Fe-P in Black Sea Sediments
Egger M, Kraal P, Jilbert T, Sulu-Gambari F, Sapart CJ, Röckmann T & Slomp CP


(2015) A Holocene History of Dynamic Redox Conditions in the Landsort Deep, Baltic Sea
Hardisty D, Riedinger N, Lyons T, Planavsky N, Andrén T, Jorgensen B, Slomp C, Ash J, Bauersachs T & Martin E









(2011) Mediterranean Sapropel Formation; Preservation and Palaeoceanography
De Lange GJ, Slomp C, Crudeli D, Corselli C, Principato S, Erba E & Thomson J




(2010) Nutrient Biogeochemistry in Permeable Sediments Impacted by Submarine Groundwater Discharge
Charette M, Breier C, Dulaiova H, Gonneea M, Henderson P, Kroeger K, Mulligan A, Rao A & Slomp C










(2007) Eastern Mediterranean Sapropel Formation and Preservation; Diagenesis Versus Palaeoceanography
De Lange GJ, Slomp C, Crudeli D, Corselli C, Thomson J, Ferreira A, Sinninghe-Damste J & Vale C


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Goldschmidt2018: Gast Lectureship

Session convener

Goldschmidt2018 - Session 07b: De-Oxygenation and Organic Carbon Burial in Earth's History
Goldschmidt2017 - Session 10l: Deoxygenation in the Past, Present and Future Ocean

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