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(2022) Influence of Mineral Associations on Terrestrial Particulate Organic Carbon Preservation and Transport in the Northern Gulf of Mexico
Yedema Y, Eefting DD, Nierop KGJ, van Leeuwen AWE, Trabucho Alexandre J, Vonk J, Sangiorgi F & Peterse F

(2022) A Multi-Proxy Reconstruction of East Asian Monsoon Precipitation Dynamics on the Western Chinese Loess Plateau over the Past 140, 000 Years
Fuchs L, Guo J, Schefuß E, Sun Y, Dong J, Ziegler M & Peterse F

(2022) Exploring Systematic Bias in UK’37 in the Mediterranean Sea Through Alkenone Flux and Coccolith Clumped Isotope Measurements in a 28-Year Sediment Trap Record
Rice A, Bouwmans D, van Boxtel A, Peterse F, Ziegler M, Stoll H, Bernasconi SM, de Lange GJ & Sluijs A

(2021) Spatial Distribution of Lipid Biomarkers, Dinoflagellate Cysts and Pollen in Coastal Marine Surface Sediments in the Northern Gulf of Mexico
Yedema Y, Sangiorgi F, Sluijs A, Sinninghe Damsté JS & Peterse F

(2021) Identifying the Drivers of Vegetation Change on the Western Chinese Loess Plateau over the Last 70, 000 Years
Fuchs L, Haan, K.E. de K, Schefuß E, Guo J, Sun Y & Peterse F

(2021) Reconstructing 130, 000 Years of East Asian Air Temperature Variability Using Branched Tetraether Membrane Lipids and Clumped Isotopes of Land Snail Shells from the Chinese Loess Plateau
Guo J, Ziegler M, Vreeken M, Mishra S, Fuchs L, Dong J, Sun Y & Peterse F

(2018) Hypoxia in the Stockholm Archipelago over the Past 3 ka: A Natural Phenomenon or Human-Induced?
van Helmond N, Vollebregt A, Lougheed B, Peterse F, Fontorbe G, Conley D & Slomp C

(2018) A North Atlantic Sea Surface Temperature Reconstruction for the Middle Eocene Climatic Optimum
van der Ploeg R, Cramwinckel MJ, Kocken IJ, van der Meer AE, Müller IA, Ziegler M, Leutert TJ, Meckler AN, Sexton PF, Bohaty SM, Wilson PA, Peterse F, Schouten S, Reichart G-J, Middelburg JJ & Sluijs A

(2017) A Compound Specific Carbon Isotope Record for the Late Permian to Early Triassic
van Soelen E, Peterse F & Kurschner W

(2017) Soil Branched GDGTs Measured along an Icelandic Temperature Gradient Change Only When the Bacterial Community Changes
De Jonge C, Peterse F, Radujkovic D, Weedon J & Janssens I

(2017) Holocene Climate- and Anthropogenically-Driven Mobilization of Terrestrial Organic Matter from the Godavari River Basin, India
Usman M, Ponton C, Kirkels F, Zwart H, Basu S, Peterse F, Lupker M, Giosan L & Eglinton T

(2017) Transport of Organic Carbon and Mineral Associations from Soil to Sea in the Godavari River Basin (India)
Kirkels F, Usman M, Zwart H, Basu S, Martes C, Lupker M, Eglinton T & Peterse F

(2016) Identifying Drivers of Past Vegetation Change in East Asia Using Molecular Climate Proxies
Peterse F, Zhou B, Magill C & Eglinton T

(2016) Transport of Soil Organic Carbon in the Upper Catchment of the Amazon River Traced by Branched GDGTs
Kirkels F, Ponton C, Feakins S, West J & Peterse F

(2015) A Source-To-Sink Study of Terrestrial Biomarkers along the Modern Danube River System
Freymond C, Peterse F, Giosan L, Filip F & Eglinton T

(2014) Assessing Soil Bacterial Tetraether Lipids as Tracers for Land-Sea Soil Organic Carbon Transfer
Peterse F, Moy C & Eglinton T

(2014) Branched GDGTs in Arctic Lake Sediments: Sources and Implications for Paleothermometry at High Latitudes
Peterse F, Vonk J, Holmes RM, Giosan L, Zimov N & Eglinton T

(2008) Tracking Soil Organic Matter Export Across the Continent-Ocean Interface: A Case Study of the NW Mediterranean Using the BIT Index
Kim J-H, Buscail R, Bzarzycka B, Kerhervé P, Peterse F, Schouten S, Ludwig W & Sinninghe Damsté JS

(2007) Development and Application of Novel Organic Proxies
Schouten S, Weijers J, Peterse F, van der Meer M & Sinninghe Damste J

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