TU Darmstadt / ULB / TUbiblio

Browse by Person

Up a level
Export as [feed] Atom [feed] RSS 1.0 [feed] RSS 2.0
Group by: No Grouping | Item Type | Date | Language
Number of items: 7.

Kempe, S. and Kazmierczak, J. and Konuk, T. and Landmann, G. and Lipp, A. and Reimer, A. (1992):
Mikrobialithe in alkalischen Seen - lebende Zeugen des Urozeans?
In: Spektrum der Wissenschaft, pp. 14-15, (1), [Article]

Kempe, S. and Kazmierczak, J. and Landmann, G. and Konuk, T. and Reimer, A. and Lipp, A. (1991):
Largest known microbialites discovered in Lake Van, Turkey.
In: Nature, pp. 605-608, 349, [Article]

Hay, B. and Honjo, S. and Kempe, S. and Ittekkot, V. and Degens, E. T. and Konuk, T. and Izdar, E. (1990):
Interannual variability in particle flux in the southwestern Black Sea.
In: Deep-Sea Research, pp. 911-928, (37/6), [Article]

Buesseler, K. O. and Livingston, H. D. and Honjo, S. and Hay, B. J. and Konuk, T. and Kempe, S. (1990):
Scavenging and particle deposition in the southwestern Black Sea - evidence from Chernobyl radiotracers.
In: Deep-Sea Research, pp. 413-430, (37/3), [Article]

Kempe, S. and Nies, H. and Ittekkot, V. and Degens, E. T. and Buesseler, K. O. and Livingston, H. and Honjo, S. and Izdar, E. and Konuk, T. (1987):
Comparison of Chernobyl nuclide deposition in the Black Sea and in the North Sea.
In: "Particle Flux in the Ocean" (eds. E.T. Degens, E. Izdar & S. Honjo), Mitt. Geol.-Paläont. Inst. Univ. Hamburg, SCOPE/UNEP Sonderband 62: 165-178., [Conference or Workshop Item]

Izdar, E. and Konuk, T. and Ittekkot, V. and Kempe, S. and Degens, E. T. (1987):
Particle flux in the Black Sea: Nature of the organic matter.
In: "Particle Flux in the Ocean" (eds. E.T. Degens, E. Izdar & S. Honjo), Mitt. Geol.-Paläont. Inst. Univ. Hamburg, SCOPE/UNEP Sonderband 62: 1-18., [Conference or Workshop Item]

Izdar, E. and Konuk, T. and Honjo, S. (1984):
First data on sediment trap experiment in Black Sea deep water.
In: Naturwissenschaften, pp. 478-479, (71), [Article]

This list was generated on Sat Sep 14 02:14:38 2019 CEST.