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(2019) Rice Roots Form Microniches in Paddy Soils that Control Arsenic (Im)mobilization
Maisch M, Lueder U, Kappler A & Schmidt C

(2019) Metastable Iron Sulphur Mineral Phases Drive Highly Dynamic Biogeochemical Cycles in Marine Sediments
Lueder U, Maisch M, Jørgensen BB, Kappler A & Schmidt C

(2018) Iron Plaque on Rice Roots – A Sink or Source for Arsenic?
Maisch M, Muehe M, Kappler A & Schmidt C

(2018) The Impact of Light on Iron Biogeochemistry in Sediments
Lueder U, Jorgensen BB, Maisch M, Kappler A & Schmidt C

(2017) Microaerophilic iron(II) Oxidation: An Experimental Approach to Quantify Microbial iron(II) Oxidation Rates
Schmidt C, Maisch M, Lueder U, Druschel G, Emerson D & Kappler A

(2017) In situ Mapping of Biogeochemical Gradients in the Rhizosphere of Rice Plants (Oryza Sp.) and Consequences for Iron Plaque Formation
Maisch M, Kappler A & Schmidt C

(2017) Implications of Fe(III) Photoreduction for Sedimentary Biogeochemical Iron Cycling
Lueder U, Kappler A, Jorgensen BB & Schmidt C

(2017) Nitrite as a Key Intermediate in N2O Formation in iron(II)-containing and Carbon-Rich Marine Sediments
Kappler A, Otte J, Ruser R, Schmidt C, Kleindienst S, Harter J & Jorgensen BB

(2017) Microbial iron(II) Oxidation Under Anoxic and Microoxic Conditions – Ecology and Biomineral Formation
Kappler A, Bryce C, Blackwell N, Koeksoy E, Schmidt C, Byrne J, Nordhoff M, Laufer K & Jorgensen BB

(2016) Interrelation, Competition and Environmental Consequences of Microaerophilic, Nitrate-Reducing and Phototrophic Fe(II) Oxidation in Freshwater and Marine Sediments
Kappler A, Laufer K, Nordhoff M, Otte J, Schaedler F, Lockwood C, Schmidt C, Kleindienst S, Bryce C, Blackwell N, Roy H, Jorgensen BB & Schink B

(2015) Trace Metal Interactions with Fe(III) Minerals Formed in a Mixed Community of Fe(II)-oxidising Bacteria
Lockwood C, Zeitvogel F, Schmidt C, Obst M & Kappler A

(2015) Coupling of Fe and N Cycles by Nitrate-Reducing Fe(II)-oxidizing Bacteria in Freshwater Sediments
Schaedler F, Lockwood C, Otte J, Behrens S, Schmidt C & Kappler A

(2015) Microbially Stimulated Recovery of Precious Metals from Household Waste Incineration Slag
Muehe EM, He J, Wimmer D, Betz A, Schmidt C, Konhauser K & Kappler A

(2015) The Interplay of Microbially Mediated and Abiotic Reactions in the Biogeochemical Fe Cycle
Melton E, Swanner E, Behrens S, Schmidt C & Kappler A

(2015) Competition and Interrelation of iron(II)-oxidizing Microorganisms in Marine and Freshwater Sediments
Otte J, Lockwood C, Laufer K, Nordhoff M, Schädler F, Kleindienst S, Schmidt C & Kappler A

(2015) Co-existence of Phototrophic, Microaerophilic and Nitrate-Reducing Fe(II)-Oxidizers in Marine Sediments
Laufer K, Schmidt C, Behrens S, Jorgensen BB & Kappler A

(2014) Interrelation and Competition of Different Types of Iron-Oxidizing Microorganisms in Marine Coastal Sediments
Laufer K, Behrens S, Schmidt C, Jørgensen BB & Kappler A

(2011) Control of Biomineral Formation during Microbial Fe(III) Reduction by Local Fe2+ Gradients – A Multiscale Approach
Dippon U, Schmidt C, Obst M, Piepenbrock A & Kappler A

(2011) Microbial Iron(II) Oxidation in Littoral Freshwater Lake Sediments; Competition between Phototrophic Versus Nitrate-Reducing Iron(II)-oxidizers
Melton ED, Schmidt C & Kappler A

(2009) Iron Cycling in Freshwater Environments – A Theoretical Concept on the Dynamics of Coupled Chemical an Biological Iron Redox Processes
Schmidt C & Kappler A

(2009) Microbially Mediated Geochemical Iron and Carbon Cycling in a Cold Mineral Spring
Hanselmann K, Hegler F, Horath T, Behrens S, Schmidt C & Kappler A

(2009) Phototrophic Fe(II) Oxidizing Bacteria – Strategies to Avoid Encrustation by Fe(III) Minerals
Hegler F, Schmidt C, Schwarz H & Kappler A

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