Early Career Events
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Pre- and post-conference field trips
Details for: Eva Stueeken
Eva Stueeken (University of St Andrews)
Theme chair: 09
Goldschmidt2014 Goldschmidt2016 Goldschmidt2017 Goldschmidt2018
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(2018) The Role of Remineralization in Archean Phosphorus Limitation
Kipp M & Stüeken E
(2018) δ15N as a pH Proxy for the Miocene Ries Impact Crater Lake
Tino C, Stüeken E, Arp G, Jung D & Lyons T
(2017) Analysis of Organic Carbon Isotope Composition: Contamination Issues and New Decarbonation Process
Muller E, Stueeken E, Ader M, Thomazo C, Hallmann C, Buick R, Chaduteau C, Cartigny P, Baton F & Philippot P
(2017) Nitrogen in Minerals and Atmospheres – A Sign of Life?
Stueeken E, Kipp M, Koehler M, Schwieterman E, Johnson B & Buick R
(2016) Selenium Isotopes as a Proxy for Deep-Ocean Redox State during the Paleoproterozoic Lomagundi Event
Kipp M, Stüeken E, Bekker A & Buick R
(2009) Selenium Biogeochemistry as a Deep-Time Redox Proxy
Foriel J, Stüeken E, Nelson B & Buick R
Theme chairGoldschmidt2018 - Theme 09: Co-Evolving Life and Environments Through Deep Time
Session convenerGoldschmidt2016 - Session 03f: Evolution, Survival and Propagation of an Archean Biosphere