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Dr Rachel Schwartz-Narbonne
Dr Alex Charlton
Dr Martin Jones
Dr Helen Talbot
Dr Darci Rush
et al.
A unique bacteriohopanetetrol stereoisomer of marine anammox2020
Dr Rachel Schwartz-Narbonne
Dr Helen Talbot
Dark carbon fixation in the Arabian Sea oxygen minimum zone contributes to sedimentary organic carbon (SOM)2019
Dr Phillip Probert
Dr Alistair Leitch
Dr Michael Dunn
Dr Stephanie Meyer
Dr Jeremy Palmer
et al.
Identification of a xenobiotic as a potential environmental trigger in primary biliary cholangitis2018
Charlotte Spencer-Jones
Professor Thomas Wagner
Dr Helen Talbot
A record of aerobic methane oxidation in tropical Africa over the last 2.5 Ma2017
Dr Kate Osborne
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Angela Sherry
Dr Peter Leary
Obioma MEJEHA
et al.
Methanotroph-derived bacteriohopanepolyol (BHP) signatures as a function of temperature related growth, survival, cell death and preservation in the geological record2017
Dr Angela Sherry
Kate Osborne
Frances Sidgwick
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Helen Talbot
et al.
A temperate river estuary is a sink for methanotrophs adapted to extremes of pH, temperature and salinity2016
Dr Helen Talbot
Frances Sidgwick
Dr Juliane Bischoff
Dr Kate Osborne
Dr Darci Rush
et al.
Analysis of non-derivatised bacteriohopanepolyols by ultrahigh performance liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry2016
Dr Helen Talbot
Dr Juliane Bischoff
Bacteriohopanepolyol distribution in Yenisei River and Kara Sea suspended particulate matter and sediments traces terrigenous organic matter input2016
Charlotte Spencer-Jones
Dr Helen Talbot
Hydrologic control of carbon cycling and aged carbon discharge in the Congo River basin2016
Dr Helen Talbot
Macromolecular composition of terrestrial and marine organic matter in sediments across the East Siberian Arctic Shelf2016
Dr Helen Talbot
Dr Erin McClymont
Origin and preservation of bacteriohopanepolyol signatures in Sphagnum peat from Bissendorfer Moor (Germany)2016
Dr Helen Talbot
Dr Juliane Bischoff
Polyfunctionalised bio- and geohopanoids in the Eocene Cobham Lignite2016
Dr Juliane Bischoff
Dr Rob Spencer
Dr Helen Talbot
Source, transport and fate of soil organic matter inferred from microbial biomarker lipids on the East Siberian Arctic Shelf2016
Dr Darci Rush
Dr Kate Osborne
Frances Sidgwick
Dr Helen Talbot
The Bacteriohopanepolyol Inventory of Novel Aerobic Methane Oxidising Bacteria Reveals New Biomarker Signatures of Aerobic Methanotrophy in Marine Systems2016
Dr Helen Talbot
Dr Janet Rethemeyer
Characterization of bacterial populations in Arctic permafrost soils using bacteriohopanepolyols2015
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
et al.
Variability in aerobic methane oxidation over the past 1.2 Myrs recorded in microbial biomarker signatures from Congo fan sediments2014
Dr Emma Pearson
Dr Helen Talbot
An interlaboratory study of TEX86 and BIT analysis of sediments, extracts and standard mixtures2013
Alison McAnena
Dr Helen Talbot
Professor Thomas Wagner
Atlantic cooling associated with a marine biotic crisis during the mid-Cretaceous period2013
Dr Daniel Birgel
Dr Helen Talbot
Bacteriohopanoid inventory of Geobacter sulfurreducens and Geobacter metallireducens2013
Professor Thomas Wagner
Dr Helen Talbot
Mechanistic controls on diverse fates of terrestrial organic components in the East China Sea2013
Dr Daniel Birgel
Dr Helen Talbot
Oxidation of Fe(II) leads to increased C-2 methylation of pentacyclic triterpenoids in the anoxygenic phototrophic bacterium Rhodopseudomonas palustris strain TIE-12013
Julia Van Winden
Dr Helen Talbot
Bacteriohopanepolyol signatures as markers for methanotrophic bacteria in peat moss2012
Dr Erin McClymont
Dr Helen Talbot
Sea-surface temperature records of Termination 1 in the Gulf of California: Challenges for seasonal and interannual analogues of tropical Pacific climate change2012
Dr Helen Talbot
Soil organic matter transport along an sub-Arctic river-sea transect2012
Dr Erin McClymont
Dr Helen Talbot
Tropical Pacific climate response to Termination 1, challenges to the northern hemisphere forcing paradigm2012
Dr Helen Talbot
Variation in methanotroph-related proxies in peat deposits from Misten Bog, Hautes-Fagnes, Belgium2012
Dr Emma Pearson
Professor Steve Juggins
Dr Helen Talbot
A lacustrine GDGT-temperature calibration from the Scandinavian Arctic to Antarctic: Renewed potential for the application of GDGT-paleothermometry in lakes2011
Dr Helen Talbot
Professor Thomas Wagner
Distribution of hopanoids along a land to sea transect: Implications for microbial ecology and the use of hopanoids in environmental studies2011
Dr Ernest Chi Fru
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Clare McCann
Dr Joana Baptista
Dr Beate Christgen
et al.
Effects of copper mineralogy and methanobactin on cell growth and sMMO activity in Methylosinus trichosporium OB3b2011
Dr Helen Talbot
High pressure membrane foulants of seawater, brackish water and river water: origin assessed by sugar and bacteriohopanepolyol signatures2011
Dr Helen Talbot
Professor Thomas Wagner
Occurrence and abundance of soil-specific bacterial membrane lipid markers in the Tet watershed (southern France): Soil-specific BHPs and branched GDGTs2011
Dr Luke Handley
Dr Helen Talbot
Dr Martin Cooke
Katie Anderson
Professor Thomas Wagner
et al.
Bacteriohopanepolyols as tracers for continental and marine organic matter supply and phases of enhanced nitrogen cycling on the late Quaternary Congo deep sea fan2010
Dr Luke Handley
Dr Helen Talbot
Dr Martin Cooke
Katie Anderson
Professor Thomas Wagner
et al.
Bacteriohopanepolyols as tracers for continental and marine organic matter supply and phases of enhanced nitrogen cycling on the late Quaternary Congo deep sea fan2010
Dr Helen Talbot
Dr Luke Handley
Professor Thomas Wagner
Biomarker evidence for intense aerobic methane oxidation during sapropel conditions2010
Dr Helen Talbot
Biomarkers for methane cycling: From marine to terrestrial settings2010
Dr Helen Talbot
Comparison of microscale sealed vessel pyrolysis (MSSVpy) and hydropyrolysis (Hypy) for the characterisation of extant and sedimentary organic matter2010
Dr Janet Rethemeyer
Dr Helen Talbot
Dr Martin Cooke
Distribution of polar membrane lipids in permafrost soils and sediments of a small high Arctic catchment2010
Dr Helen Talbot
Professor Thomas Wagner
Intense aerobic methane oxidation in the Yangtze Estuary: A record from 35-aminobacteriohopanepolyols in surface sediments2010
Dr Luke Handley
Dr Helen Talbot
Dr Martin Cooke
Katie Anderson
Professor Thomas Wagner
et al.
Novel records of past methane emission events from the Congo and Amazon fans2010
Dr Helen Talbot
Oxidative Decolorization of Acid Azo Dyes by a Mn Oxide Containing Waste2010
Dr Emma Pearson
Dr Antoni Rosell-Mele
Dr Syed Shah
Dr Helen Talbot
An interlaboratory study of TEX86 and BIT analysis using high-performance liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry2009
Dr Martin Cooke
Dr Helen Talbot
Bacteriohopanepolyol biomarker composition of organic matter exported to the Arctic Ocean by seven of the major Arctic rivers2009
Dr Martin Cooke
Dr Helen Talbot
Bacteriohopanepolyol Signatures of Bacterial Populations in Western Canadian Soils.2009
Dr Helen Talbot
Dr Martin Cooke
Dr Luke Handley
Professor Thomas Wagner
The biohopanoid soil proxy: Recent developments and future directions2009
Dr Helen Talbot
An unusual 17α,21β(H)-bacteriohopanetetrol in Holocene sediments from Ace Lake (Antarctica)2008
Dr Martin Cooke
Dr Helen Talbot
Dr Paul Farrimond
Bacterial populations recorded in bacteriohopanepolyol distributions in soils from Northern England2008
Robert Gibson
Dr Helen Talbot
Bacteriohopanepolyol signatures of cyanobacterial and methanotrophic bacterial populations recorded in a geothermal vent sinter2008
Dr Helen Talbot
Dr Paul Farrimond
Cyanobacterial bacteriohopanepolyol signatures from cultures and natural environmental settings2008
Dr Martin Cooke
Dr Helen Talbot
Low biodegradability of fluoxetine HCl, diazepam and their human metabolites in sewage sludge-amended soil2008
Maggie White
Dr Claire Fialips
Dr Helen Talbot
Reductive transformation of nitrobenzene using bio-reduced Fe-clays: progress towards the development of in-situ groundwater remediation technology2008
Dr Helen Talbot
Sources for sedimentary bacteriohopanepolyols as revealed by 16S rDNA stratigraphy2008
Dr Martin Cooke
Dr Helen Talbot
Professor Thomas Wagner
Tracking soil organic carbon transport to continental margin sediments using soil-specific hopanoid biomarkers: A case study from the Congo fan (ODP site 1075)2008
Dr Helen Talbot
Dr Paul Farrimond
Bacterial populations recorded in diverse sedimentary biohopanoid distributions2007
Robert Gibson
Dr Helen Talbot
Davina White
Lipid biomarkers, carbon isotopes, and phylogenetic characterization of bacteria in California and Nevada hot springs2007
Dr Helen Talbot
Microbial ecology of the stratified water column of the Black Sea as revealed by a comprehensive biomarker study2007
Dr Helen Talbot
Dr Paul Farrimond
Rapid structural elucidation of composite bacterial hopanoids by atmospheric pressure chemical ionisation liquid chromatography/ion trap mass spectrometry2007
Dr Helen Talbot
Dr Paul Farrimond
Structural characterisation of unsaturated bacterial hopanoids by atmospheric pressure chemical ionisation liquid chromatography/ion trap mass spectrometry2007
Dr Martin Blumenberg
Dr Helen Talbot
Biosynthesis of hopanoids by sulfate-reducing bacteria (genus Desulfovibrio)2006
Dr Helen Talbot
Dr Paul Farrimond
Composition and implications of diverse lipids in New Zealand geothermal sinters2006
Dr Helen Talbot
Well preserved Palaeogene and Cretaceous biomarkers from the Kilwa area, Tanzania2006
Dr Helen Talbot
Dr Paul Farrimond
32,35-Anhydrobacteriohopanetetrol: An unusual bacteriohopanepolyol widespread in recent and past environments2005
Dr Helen Talbot
Dr Paul Farrimond
Bacteriohopanepolyols in hydrothermal vent biogenic silicates2005
Mark Sugden
Dr Helen Talbot
Dr Paul Farrimond
Flash pyrolysis - A rapid method for screening bacterial species for the presence of bacteriohopanepolyols2005
Dr Helen Talbot
Dr Paul Farrimond
Lipid biomarkers preserved in hydrate-associated authigenic carbonate rocks of the Gulf of Mexico2005
Dr Paul Farrimond
Dr Helen Talbot
Diane Watson
Methylhopanoids: Molecular indicators of ancient bacteria and a petroleum correlation tool2004
Dr Helen Talbot
Dr Paul Farrimond
Atmospheric pressure chemical ionisation reversed-phase liquid chromatography/ion trap mass spectrometry of intact bacteriohopanepolyols2003
Dr Helen Talbot
Dr Paul Farrimond
Characteristic fragmentation of bacteriohopanepolyols during atmospheric pressure chemical ionisation liquid chromatography/ion trap mass spectrometry2003
Dr Helen Talbot
Diane Watson
Dr Emma Pearson
Dr Paul Farrimond
Diverse biohopanoid compositions of non-marine sediments2003
Dr Helen Talbot
Diane Watson
Dr Paul Farrimond
Analysis of intact bacteriohopanepolyols from methanotrophic bacteria by reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatography-atmospheric pressure chemical ionisation mass spectrometry2001
Dr Helen Talbot
Occurrence of high concentrations of cyclopheophorbide a in particles residing below the thermocline in Lake Kinneret throughout a period oxygen depletion2001
Dr Helen Talbot
Discrimination against 4-methyl sterol uptake during steryl chlorin ester production by copepods.2000
Dr Helen Talbot
Chlorins in sediments of the Gotland Deep (Baltic Sea)1999
Dr Helen Talbot
Distribution and stability of steryl chlorin esters in copepod faecal pellets from diatom grazing1999
Dr Helen Talbot
Steryl Chlorin Esters: Origin, significance and potential as indicators of phytoplankton community structure1999
Dr Helen Talbot
Steryl esters of pyrophaeophorbide b: A sedimentary sink for Chlorophyll b1999
Dr Helen Talbot
Sedimentary sterols and steryl chlorin esters: distribution differences and significance1998