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All abstracts by Matthew Schrenk in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2018) The Means of Production: Methylotrophy, Acetogenesis, and the Reverse Citric Acid Cycle in the Coast Range Ophiolite Microbial Observatory (CROMO)
Seyler L, Brazelton W, McLean C, Hoehler T, McCollom T, Kubo M & Schrenk M

(2018) Quantifying Subsurface Mixing of Groundwaters at the Coast Range Ophiolite Microbial Observatory
Cardace D, Anwar M, Schrenk M, McCollom T, Kubo M & Hoehler T

(2016) Linkages between Dynamic Recharge, Serpentinization, and Subsurface Microbial Processes in the Santa Elena Ophiolite, Costa Rica
Schrenk M, Crespo-Medina M, Sanchez-Murillo R & Twing K

(2014) Variability in the Biological Potential of Serpentinizing Systems
Hoehler T, Som S, McCollom T, Cardace D, Schrenk M & Alperin M

(2013) Microbial Metabolism in Serpentinite Fluids
Crespo-Medina M, Brazelton W, Twing K, Kubo M, Hoehler T & Schrenk M

(2013) Biogeography of Serpentinite-Hosted Ecosystems
Brazelton W, Cardace D, Fruh-Green G, Lang S, Lilley M, Morrill P, Twing K & Schrenk M

(2013) Rock-Hosted Serpentinite Microbiome
Twing K, Brazelton W, Cardace D, Hoehler T & Schrenk M

(2013) Serpentinization, Microbial Activities, and Carbon Flow in the Deep Biosphere
Schrenk M

(2011) Microbial Community Structures in Shallow-Sea, Deep-Sea, and Terrestrial Hydrothermal Systems
Amend J, Meyer-Dombard D & Schrenk M

(2007) Peering at the Subsurface Biosphere Through a Diamond Window
Schrenk M

(2004) Probing Life’s Upper Temperature Limits Using Parallel Microscopic and Biochemical Approaches
Schrenk M & Baross J

(2001) Biofilm Formation by Hyperthermophilic Microorganisms: Implications for Geochemistry at Mineral Surfaces
Schrenk MO, Kelley DS & Baross JA

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