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All abstracts by Céline Pallud in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2023) Comparison of Carbon Dioxide Removal Estimation Methods in Enhanced Rock Weathering
Rizzi M, Chang E & Pallud C

(2021) Phytoextraction with Pteris Vittata Leads to Increased Arsenic Leaching in Soil
Pallud C, Matzen S, Fakra S & Nico PS

(2020) Se Isotopic Fractionation as a Result of Oxidation of Se-Bearing Minerals
Wasserman NL, Schilling K, Wasserman TM & Pallud C

(2017) Optimizing Arsenic Phytoextraction from Pyrite Cinders Using a Hyperaccumulating Fern
Matzen S & Pallud C

(2016) Se Isotopic Tracer of Abiotic Se Oxidation by Mn-Oxides
Schilling K, Johnson TM & Pallud C

(2016) Effects of Soil Texture and Soil Fertilization on Arsenic Phytoextraction
Matzen S, Olson A & Pallud C

(2015) Optimizing Arsenic Phytoextraction from an Urban Brownfield: A Two Year Field Study
Matzen S, Olson A & Pallud C

(2015) Spatio-Temporal Physical and Geochemical Characterization of a California Bar-Built Estuary
Richards C & Pallud C

(2015) Temperature and Redox Effects on Iron Reduction Kinetics and Organic Carbon Transport in Wetland Soils
Pallud C, Schilling K, Schneider L, Borch T & Rhoades C

(2014) Optimizing Arsenic Uptake by a Hyperaccumulating Fern Through Fertilizer Use
Matzen S, Olson A & Pallud C

(2014) Surficial Littoral Sediments of Hypersaline Lake, the Salton Sea, a Sink for Selenium Mobilized from the Colorado River Delta
VillaRomero J, Schilling K & Pallud C

(2014) Microbial Sulfate Reduction in Littoral Sediments of the Intermittent Pescadero Estuary
Richards C & Pallud C

(2013) Soil Aggregate-Scale Chemical Gradients Resulting from Coupled Biogeochemical and Transport Processes
Pallud C & Kausch M

(2012) Selenate Reduction Rates in Littoral Sediments of a Hypersaline Lake, the Salton Sea, CA
VillaRomero J & Pallud C

(2012) Modeling the Impact of Soil Aggregate Size on Selenium Immobilization
Kausch M & Pallud C

(2011) Environmental Controls on Potential Nitrate and Sulfate Reduction Rates in a Range of Aquatic Sediments
Pallud C, Laverman A, Gu C & Van Cappellen P

(2011) Potential Rates of Denitrification Linked to Iron and Sulfur Oxidation in Aquatic Sediments
Laverman A, Yan C, Viollier E, Deflandre B, GeorgeOna-Nguema G & Pallud C

(2011) Impact of Ferrihydrite Coating and Aeration Conditions on Microbial Selenium (Se) Reduction and Retention in Artificial Soil Aggregates
Kausch M & Pallud C

(2010) Heterogenous Selenium Reduction in Artificial Soil Aggregates
Kausch M, Ha J & Pallud C

(2010) Effect of Low Gravity on Water and Soil-Nutrient-Biomass Dynamics in a Martian Soil-Based Agricultural Plot
Maggi F & Pallud C

(2010) Fate and Transport of Arsenic from Constructed Soil Aggregates
Masue-Slowey Y, Kocar B, Jofré SAB, Mayer K, Pallud C & Fendorf S

(2009) Anaerobic Organic Carbon Oxidation Rates Through Nitrate and Sulfate Reduction in Littoral Sediments
Laverman A, Pallud C & Van Cappellen P

(2009) Controls on Microbial Sulfur Isotope Fractionation in Littoral Sediments
Stam M, Mason P, Laverman A, Pallud C & Van Cappellen P

(2008) Defining Spatial and Temporal Variations in Biogeochemical Processes Governing Arsenic Mobility
Fendorf S, Kocar B, Tufano K, Masue Y, Polizzotto M, Pallud C & Benner S

(2007) What Controls Sulfur Isotope Fractionation in Modern Estuarine Sediments?
Stam M, Mason P, Laverman A, Pallud C & Van Cappellen P

(2006) Does sulfur isotope fractionation in natural sediments record sulfate reducing activity?
Stam MC, Mason PRD, Laverman AM, Pallud C & Van Cappellen P

(2004) Microbial Activity in Anoxic Estuarine Sediments: Kinetic Studies Using a Flow-Through Reactor Approach
Pallud C, Laverman A & Van Cappellen P

(2002) From Process-Oriented Laboratory Experiments to the Modelling of Complex Natural Systems: Incorporation of Microbial Dynamics in a Biogeochemical Reaction Network Simulator Based on the Concept of a ‘Knowledge Base’
Regnier P, Laverman A, Pallud C, Van Lith Y & Van Cappellen P

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