Advances in Stromatolite Geobiology - Reitner, Joachim;Quéric, Nadia-Valérie;Arp, Gernot
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This book contains the proceedings of the Kalkowsky Symposium 2008, held in Göttingen, Germany. It highlights new ideas and information on the formation and environmental setting of stromatolites.

Produktbeschreibung
This book contains the proceedings of the Kalkowsky Symposium 2008, held in Göttingen, Germany. It highlights new ideas and information on the formation and environmental setting of stromatolites.
  • Produktdetails
  • Lecture Notes in Earth Sciences 131
  • Verlag: Springer / Springer Berlin Heidelberg / Springer, Berlin
  • 2011
  • Seitenzahl: 572
  • Erscheinungstermin: 5. Dezember 2012
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 235mm x 155mm x 30mm
  • Gewicht: 873g
  • ISBN-13: 9783642265549
  • ISBN-10: 3642265545
  • Artikelnr.: 36769225
Autorenporträt
Joachim Reitner: Professor (chair) for Paleontology and Geobiology, director of the Department of Geobiology and the Courant Research Centre of Geobiology at the University of Göttingen. Awardee of the DFG G.W.-Leibniz award and ordinary member of the Göttingen Academy of Science. Coordinator of the DFG research unit 571 "Geobiology of Organo- and Biofilms" Nadia-Valérie Quéric:PhD in microbial ecology of deep marine sediments at the University of Bremen. Research assistant for geomicrobiology at the Department of Geobiology of the University of Göttingen. Gernot Arp:PhD in paleontology and geobiology of ancient microbial systems at the University of Göttingen. Research associate for paleontology and geomicrobiology at the Department of Geobiology of the University of Göttingen. Associate coordinator of the DFG research unit 571 "Geobiology of Organo- and Biofilms". .
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Advances in Geobiology of Stromatolite Formation

Proceedings of the Kalkowsky Symposium held in Göttingen 2008

Reitner, Joachim, Queric, Nadia-Valerie & Arp, Gernot (eds.)

Foreword

Introduction

Stromatolite Formation

Baburajendran et al

Molecular approaches to studying living stromatolites

Meister et al

Magnesium Inhibition controls Spherical Carbonate Precipitation in Ultrabasic Springwater (Cedars, California) and Culture Experiments

Guido et al.

Could Rare earth Element patterns discriminate between biotic and abiotic mineralization?

Sumina, E.L. et al.

Stromatolites: "Skeleton" and "soft body"

Takashima C. et al

Microbial control to lamina formation in a travertine at Crystal Geyser, Utah

Warthmann, R. et al.

The role of purple sulfur bacteria in carbonate precipitation of modern and

possible Early Precambrian stromatolites

Wolicka, D. & Andrzej Borkowski, A.

Biogeochemistry of CaCO3 precipitation under sulphate-reduction conditions

Microbial Ecology

Babel et al

Gypsum microbialite domes shaped by brine currents from the Badenian evaporites of

western Ukraine

Heller et al

Microbial ecology and biomarkers of Mud Volcanoes of Nirano (Northern Italy)

Rodríguez-Martínez, M. et al

Tolyppammina gregaria-Frutexites assemblage and ferromanganese crusts: a coupled nutrient-metal interplay in the Carnian sedimentary condensed record of Hallstatt Facies (Austria)

Radtke, G. & Golubic, S.

Microbial euendolithic assemblages and microborings in intertidal and shallow marine habitats

Reolid, M.

Interactions between microbes and siliceous sponges from Upper Jurassic buildups of External Prebetic (SE Spain)

Schmidt, A. et al

Microbial pattern in amber

Delecat et al.

Microbial recovery after Triassic/Jurassic extinction on the Steinplatte-Reef (Austria)

Microbial Biomineralisation

Jiménez-Lopez, et al.

Myxococcus Xanthus colony calcification: a study to better understand the processes involved in the formation of this stromatolite-like structure

Kurz et al

Trace element and biomarker signatures in iron-precipitating microbial mats from the tunnel

of Äspö (Sweden)

Fossil Record

Adachi et al

Lower Ordovician stromatolites from the Anhui Province of South China: construction and geobiological significance

Kranendonk Van, Martin J.

Morphology as an indictor of biogenicity for 3.5-3.2 Ga fossil stromatolites from the Pilbara Craton, Western Australia

Bouougri, et al

Sedimentology and palaeoecology of Ernietta-bearing Ediacaran deposits in Southern Namibia: Implications for infaunal vendobiont communities

Porada et al

Ediacaran biolamintes from southern Namibia

Reitner et al.

Cloudina-thrombolites from the Zaris Mountains (Southern Namibia)

Serezhnikova E. A.

microbial binding as a probable cause of Taphonomic variability of Vendian fossils: carbonate casting?

Future Aspects.