Browsing publications by Dr Helen Talbot

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Juliane Bischoff
Dr Helen Talbot
Distributions of bacterial and archaeal membrane lipids in surface sediments reflect differences in input and loss of terrestrial organic carbon along a cross-shelf Arctic transect2015
Dr Juliane Bischoff
Dr Helen Talbot
GDGT distributions on the East Siberian Arctic Shelf: implications for organic carbon export, burial and degradation2015
Dr Juliane Bischoff
Dr Helen Talbot
GDGT distributions on the East Siberian Shelf: implications for organic carbon export, burial and degradation.2015
Dr Darci Rush
Professor Simon Poulton
Dr Helen Talbot
Anaerobic ammonium-oxidising bacteria: A biological source of the bacteriohopanetetrol stereoisomer in marine sediments2014
Robert Gibson
Dr Angela Sherry
Dr Helen Talbot
Bacteriohopanepolyols preserved in silica sinters from Champagne Pool (New Zealand) indicate a declining temperature gradient over the lifetime of the vent2014
Dr Daniel Birgel
Dr Helen Talbot
Diagenetic degradation products of bacteriohopanepolyols produced by Rhodopseudomonas palustris strain TIE-12014
Professor Thomas Wagner
Dr Helen Talbot
Microbial biomarkers support organic carbon transport from methane-rich Amazon wetlands to the shelf and deep sea fan during recent and glacial climate conditions2014
Dr Dorien Kool
Dr Helen Talbot
Dr Darci Rush
Rare bacteriohopanepolyols as markers for an autotrophic, intra-aerobic methanotroph.2014
Dr Helen Talbot
Ribosylhopane, a Novel Bacterial Hopanoid, as Precursor of C35 Bacteriohopanepolyols in Streptomyces coelicolor A3(2)2014
Dr Helen Talbot
Dr Luke Handley
Charlotte Spencer-Jones
Dr Rob Spencer
Professor Thomas Wagner
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Variability in aerobic methane oxidation over the past 1.2 Myrs recorded in microbial biomarker signatures from Congo fan sediments2014
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