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Professor Neil Gray
A nation that rebuilds its soils rebuild itself- an engineer’s perspective2022
Dr Joana Baptista
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Ian Singleton
Dr Clare McCann
Professor David Manning
et al.
Bacterial communities in soils as indicators of the potential of syenite as an agromineral2022
Dr Geoffrey Abbott
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Ian Head
Dr Mark Stevenson
Biogeochemical consequences of a changing Arctic shelf seafloor ecosystem2022
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Jan Dolfing
Contribution of periphytic biofilm of paddy soils to carbon dioxide fixation and methane emissions2022
Katie Gilmour
Dr Colin Davie
Professor Neil Gray
Survival and activity of an indigenous iron-reducing microbial community from MX80 bentonite in high temperature / low water environments with relevance to a proposed method of nuclear waste disposal2022
Dr Graham Purvis
Dr Naoko Sano
Dr Cees van der Land
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Elisa Lopez-Capel
et al.
A comparison of the molecular composition of plant and fungal structuralbiopolymer standards with the organic material in early cretaceous OntongJava Plateau Tuff2021
Katie Gilmour
Dr Colin Davie
Professor Neil Gray
An indigenous iron-reducing microbial community from MX80 bentonite - A study in the framework of nuclear waste disposal2021
Dr Priscilla Carrillo-Barragan
Dr Jan Dolfing
Dr Paul Sallis
Professor Neil Gray
The stability of ethanol production from organic waste by a mixed culture depends on inoculum transfer time2021
leanne Blake
Dr Angela Sherry
Obioma MEJEHA
Dr Peter Leary
Professor Ian Head
et al.
An Unexpectedly Broad Thermal and Salinity-Tolerant Estuarine Methanogen Community2020
Dr Peter Leary
Professor Neil Gray
Andrew Fuller
Controls on anthropogenic radionuclide distribution in the Sellafield-impacted Eastern Irish Sea2020
Dr Burhan Shamurad
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Evangelos Petropoulos
Shamas Tabraiz
Dr Paul Sallis
et al.
Improving the methane productivity of anaerobic digestion using aqueous extracts from municipal solid waste incinerator ash2020
Natalia Sierra Garcia
Professor Neil Gray
In depth metagenomic analysis in contrasting oil wells reveals syntrophic bacterial and archaeal associations for oil biodegradation in petroleum reservoirs2020
Dr Burhan Shamurad
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Evangelos Petropoulos
Dr Jan Dolfing
Marcos Quintela-Baluja
et al.
Low Temperature Pre-treatment of Organic Feedstocks with Selected Mineral Wastes Sustains Anaerobic Digestion Stability through Trace Metal Release2020
Dr Angela Sherry
Dr Russell Grant
Dr Carolyn Aitken
Dr Martin Jones
Bernard Bowler
et al.
Methanogenic crude oil-degrading microbial consortia are not universally abundant in anoxic environments2020
Dr Peter Leary
Professor Neil Gray
Organic complexation of U(VI) in reducing soils at a natural analogue site: Implications for uranium transport2020
Dr Burhan Shamurad
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Evangelos Petropoulos
Shamas Tabraiz
Edward MEMBERE
et al.
Predicting the effects of integrating mineral wastes in anaerobic digestion of OFMSW using first-order and Gompertz models from biomethane potential assays2020
Dr Burhan Shamurad
Dr Paul Sallis
Dr Evangelos Petropoulos
Shamas Tabraiz
Dr Peter Leary
et al.
Stable biogas production from single-stage anaerobic digestion of food waste2020
Dr Mark Stevenson
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Geoffrey Abbott
Transformation of organic matter in a Barents Sea sediment profile: coupled geochemical and microbiological processes2020
Obioma Mejeha
Professor Ian Head
Dr Angela Sherry
Dr Clare McCann
Dr Peter Leary
et al.
Beyond N and P: The impact of Ni on crude oil biodegradation2019
Dr Burhan Shamurad
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Evangelos Petropoulos
Shamas Tabraiz
Dr Kishor Acharya
et al.
Co-digestion of organic and mineral wastes for enhanced biogas production: Reactor performance and evolution of microbial community and function2019
Dr Graham Purvis
Dr Cees van der Land
Dr Elisa Lopez-Capel
James Hood
Jake Sheriff
et al.
Combining thermal hydrolysis and methylation-gas chromatography/mass spectrometry with X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy to characterise complex organic assemblages in geological material2019
Dr Burhan Shamurad
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Evangelos Petropoulos
Shamas Tabraiz
Dr Kishor Acharya
et al.
Data of metal and microbial analyses from anaerobic co-digestion of organic and mineral wastes2019
Dr Priscilla Carrillo-Barragan
Bernard Bowler
Dr Jan Dolfing
Dr Paul Sallis
Professor Neil Gray
et al.
Enrichment and characterisation of a mixed-source ethanologenic community degrading the organic fraction of municipal solid waste under minimal environmental control2019
Dr Graham Purvis
Dr Cees van der Land
Dr Naoko Sano
Dr Elisa Lopez-Capel
Professor Neil Gray
et al.
The organic stratigraphy of Ontong Java Plateau Tuff correlated with the depth‐related presence and absence of putative microbial alteration structures2019
Dr Clare McCann
Dr Beate Christgen
Professor Neil Gray
Professor David Graham
Understanding drivers of antibiotic resistance genes in High Arctic soil ecosystems2019
Dr Clare McCann
Professor Neil Gray
In situ arsenic oxidation and sorption by a Fe-Mn binary oxide waste in soil2018
Dr Graham Purvis
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Naoko Sano
Dr Anders Barlow
Dr Geoffrey Abbott
et al.
Decontamination of geological samples by gas cluster ion beam etching or ultra violet/ozone2017
Dr Lynsay Blake
Professor David Manning
Dr Paul Sallis
Dr Harriet Hutchinson
Professor Neil Gray
et al.
Evaluating an anaerobic digestion (AD) feedstock derived from a novel non-source segregated municipal solid waste (MSW) product2017
Dr Angela Sherry
Dr Beate Christgen
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Ian Head
How to access and exploit natural resources sustainably: petroleum biotechnology2017
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
Professor Neil Gray
Microbial diversity in degraded and non degraded petroleum samples and comparison across oil reservoirs at local and global scales2017
Professor Neil Gray
Technical feasibility and experimental development of sand recycling options for dairy cattle bedding2017
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 Naoko Sano
Dr Graham Purvis
Dr Anders Barlow
Dr Geoffrey Abbott
Professor Neil Gray
et al.
Gas cluster ion beam for the characterization of organic materials in submarine basalts as Mars analogs2016
Professor Ian Head
Professor Neil Gray
Microbial Biotechnology 2020; microbiology of fossil fuel resources2016
Dr Clare McCann
Dr Matthew Wade
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Casey Hubert
Professor David Graham
et al.
Microbial Communities in a High Arctic polar desert landscape2016
Dr Clare McCann
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Russell Davenport
Dr Matthew Wade
Remediation of a historically Pb contaminated soil using a model natural Mn oxide waste2015
Dr Lynsay Blake
Professor Ian Head
Professor Neil Gray
Response of methanogens in Arctic sediments to temperature and methanogenic substrate availability2015
Dr Graham Purvis
Dr Elisa Lopez-Capel
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Thomas Wagner
Dr Christian Maerz
et al.
Towards a mechanistic understanding of carbon stabilization in manganese oxides2015
Dr Kirsten Brandt
Professor Neil Gray
Maggie White
Professor David Manning
Comparison of silicate minerals as sources of potassium for plant nutrition in sandy soil2014
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Ian Head
Family Achromatiaceae2014
Dr Arvind Singh
Dr Angela Sherry
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Martin Jones
Bernard Bowler
et al.
Kinetic parameters for nutrient enhanced crude oil biodegradation in intertidal marine sediments2014
Professor Ian Head
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Stephen Larter
Life in the slow lane; biogeochemistry of biodegraded petroleum containing reservoirs and implications for energy recovery and carbon management2014
Dr Adam Jarvis
Jane Davis
Professor Neil Gray
Patrick Orme
Dr Catherine Gandy
et al.
Mitigation of pollution from abandoned metal mines: Investigation of passive compost bioreactor systems for treatment of abandoned metal mine discharges2014
Dr Clare McCann
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Russell Davenport
Dr Matthew Wade
Dr Karen Johnson
et al.
Natural MnOx wastes as a novel remediation technology for Pb contaminated soils2014
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Clare McCann
Dr Beate Christgen
Professor David Graham
Soil geochemistry confines microbial abundances across an Arctic landscape; Implications for net carbon exchange with the atmosphere2014
Dr Karen Johnson
Professor Neil Gray
Graham Purvis
Dr Elisa Lopez-Capel
Stabilisation and fractionation of carbon in manganese oxides2014
Dr Angela Sherry
Dr Russell Grant
Dr Carolyn Aitken
Dr Martin Jones
Professor Ian Head
et al.
Volatile hydrocarbons inhibit methanogenic crude oil degradation2014
Dr Angela Sherry
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Carolyn Aitken
Dr Martin Jones
Professor Stephen Larter
et al.
Anaerobic biodegradation of crude oil under sulphate-reducing conditions leads to only modest enrichment of recognized sulphate-reducing taxa2013
Professor Neil Gray
Application of molecular methods as a biomarker in bioremediation studies2013
Dr Carolyn Aitken
Dr Martin Jones
Michael Maguire
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Angela Sherry
et al.
Evidence that crude oil alkane activation proceeds by different mechanisms under sulfate-reducing and methanogenic conditions2013
Cameron Callbeck
Dr Angela Sherry
Dr Casey Hubert
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Ian Head
et al.
Improving PCR efficiency for accurate quantification of 16S rRNA genes2013
Dr Asfaw Zegeye
Sani Yahaya
Dr Claire Fialips
Maggie White
Professor Neil Gray
et al.
Refinement of industrial kaolin by microbial removal of iron-bearing impurities2013
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Angela Sherry
Thomas Oldenburg
Professor Stephen Larter
Professor Ian Head
et al.
The controls on the composition of biodegraded oils in the deep subsurface - Part 3. The impact of microorganism distribution on petroleum geochemical gradients in biodegraded petroleum reservoirs2013
Dr Casey Hubert
Thomas Oldenburg
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Stephen Larter
Dr Arlene Rowan
et al.
Massive dominance of Epsilonproteobacteria in formation waters from a Canadian oil sands reservoir containing severely biodegraded oil2012
Dr Adam Jarvis
Dr Catherine Gandy
Professor Neil Gray
Mitigation of pollution from abandoned metal mines Part 1: Review of passive treatment technologies for metal mine drainage remediation2012
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Catherine Gandy
Dr Adam Jarvis
Mitigation of pollution from abandoned metal mines Part 2: Review of resource recovery options from the passive remediation of metal-rich mine waters2012
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 Jan Dolfing
Dr Angela Sherry
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Ian Head
Quantification of syntrophic acetate-oxidizing microbial communities in biogas processes2011
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Angela Sherry
Dr Russell Grant
Dr Arlene Rowan
Dr Casey Hubert
et al.
The quantitative significance of Syntrophaceae and syntrophic partnerships in methanogenic degradation of crude oil alkanes2011
Professor Ian Head
Professor Stephen Larter
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Angela Sherry
Dr Martin Jones
et al.
Hydrocarbon Degradation in Petroleum Reservoirs2010
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Angela Sherry
Dr Casey Hubert
Dr Jan Dolfing
Professor Ian Head
et al.
Methanogenic degradation of petroleum hydrocarbons in subsurface environments: remediation, heavy oil formation, and energy recovery2010
Dr Angela Sherry
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Carolyn Aitken
Dr Jan Dolfing
Microbial oil degradation under methanogenic conditions2010
Dr Claire Fialips
Dr Martin Jones
Maggie White
Professor Neil Gray
Reductive Degradation of p,p'-DDT by Fe(II) in Nontronite NAu-22010
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Carolyn Aitken
Dr Angela Sherry
Professor Ian Head
Mari Jones
et al.
Biogenic methane production from subsurface petroleum systems: organisms and mechanisms2009
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Angela Sherry
Professor Stephen Larter
Professor Ian Head
Biogenic methane production in formation waters from a large gas field in the North Sea2009
Dr Arvind Singh
Dr Angela Sherry
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Martin Jones
Professor Ian Head
et al.
How Specific Microbial Communities Benefit the Oil Industry: Dynamics of Alcanivorax spp. in Oil Contaminated Intertidal Beach Sediments Undergoing Bioremediation2009
Dr Jan Dolfing
Dr Aiping Xu
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Stephen Larter
Professor Ian Head
et al.
The thermodynamic landscape of methanogenic PAH degradation2009
Dr Jan Dolfing
Dr Aiping Xu
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Stephen Larter
Professor Ian Head
et al.
Thermodynamic constraints on methanogenic PAH degradation2009
Dr Martin Jones
Professor Ian Head
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Arlene Rowan
Dr Carolyn Aitken
et al.
Crude-oil biodegradation via methanogenesis in subsurface petroleum reservoirs2008
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Ian Head
Microbial Ecology2008
Dr Clare McCann
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Russell Davenport
Mn oxide as a contaminated-land remediation product2008
Dr Asfaw Zegeye
Dr Claire Fialips
Maggie White
Professor David Manning
Professor Neil Gray
et al.
Refinement of kaolin and silica sand by microbial removal of iron impurities2008
Dr Vassilis Kitidis
Louise Tizzard
Dr Guenther Uher
Professor Robert Upstill-Goddard
Professor Ian Head
et al.
The biogeochemical cycling of methane in Ria de Vigo, NW Spain: Sediment processing and sea-air exchange2007
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Angela Sherry
Dr Arlene Rowan
Professor Ian Head
The biogeographical distribution of closely related freshwater sediment bacteria is determined by environmental selection2007
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Angela Sherry
Dr Darryl Nelson
Dr Arlene Rowan
Alison Pickard
et al.
The biogeographical distribution of closely related freshwater sediment bacteria is determined by environmental selection2007
Professor Neil Gray
Professor John Matthews
Professor Ian Head
A stable isotope titration method to determine the contribution of acetate disproportionation and carbon dioxide reduction to methanogenesis2006
Professor Neil Gray
The unique role of intracellular calcification in the genus Achromatium2006
Professor Bruce Logan
Cassandro Murano
Emeritus Professor Keith Scott
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Ian Head
et al.
Electricity generation from cysteine in a microbial fuel cell2005
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Ian Head
Minerals, mats, pearls and veils: themes and variations in giant sulfur bacteria2005
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Thomas Curtis
Professor Ian Head
Response of the Soil Bacterial Community to Perturbation2005
Dr Vassilis Kitidis
Louise Tizzard
Dr Guenther Uher
Professor Robert Upstill-Goddard
Professor Ian Head
et al.
The biogeochemical cycling of methane in a shallow coastal inlet at the onset and end of seasonal upwelling (Ria de Vigo, NW Spain)2005
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Ian Head
The impact of sludge amendment on gas dynamics in an upland soil: Monitored by membrane inlet mass spectrometry2005
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Ian Head
The impact of sludge amendment on methanogen community structure in an upland soil2005
Dr Vassilis Kitidis
Professor Robert Upstill-Goddard
Professor Ian Head
Professor Neil Gray
Louise Tizzard
et al.
A combined geophysical-biogeochemical study of methane cycling in a shallow coastal inlet (Ria de Vigo, NW Spain)2004
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Ian Miskin
Professor Ian Head
Adaptation of sympatric Achromatium spp. to different redox conditions as a mechanism for coexistence of functionally similar sulphur bacteria2004
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Ian Head
Effects of soil improvement treatments on bacterial community structure and soil processes in an upland grassland soil2003
Dr Arlene Rowan
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Thomas Curtis
Dr Michael Barer
Professor Ian Head
et al.
A comparative study of ammonia-oxidizing bacteria in lab-scale industrial wastewater treatment reactors2002
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Ian Miskin
Professor Thomas Curtis
Professor Ian Head
Occurrence and activity of Archaea in aerated activated sludge wastewater treatment plants2002
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Ian Head
Linking genetic identity and function in communities of uncultured bacteria2001
Professor Ian Head
Professor Neil Gray
Richard Howarth
Achromatium oxaliferum: Understanding the unmistakable2000
Professor Ian Head
Professor Neil Gray
Richard Howarth
Achromatium oxaliferum: understanding the unmistakable2000
Professor Ian Head
Professor Neil Gray
Uncultured giant sulfur bacteria of the genus Achromatium2000
Professor Neil Gray
Richard Howarth
Professor Ian Head
Use of combined microautoradiography and fluorescence in situ hybridization to determine carbon metabolism in mixed natural communities of uncultured bacteria from the genus Achromatium2000
Professor Neil Gray
Richard Howarth
Dr Arlene Rowan
Professor Ian Head
Natural communities of Achromatium oxaliferum comprise genetically, morphologically, and ecologically distinct subpopulations1999
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Ian Head
New insights on old bacteria: bacterial diversity and function in aquatic ecosystems1999
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Ian Head
New insights on old bacteria: Diversity and function of morphologically conspicuous sulfur bacteria in aquatic systems1999
Professor Neil Gray
Richard Howarth
Professor Ian Head
Substrate uptake by uncultured bacteria from the genus Achromatium determined by microautoradiography1999
Professor Neil Gray
Platinum group minerals from the Broken Hill District, New South Wales1998
Professor Neil Gray
Unnamed Palladium Telluride Minerals from Broken Hill, New South Wales1998
Professor Neil Gray
Professor Ian Head
Ecophysiological evidence that Achromatium oxaliferum is responsible for the oxidation of reduced sulfur species to sulfate in a freshwater sediment1997
Professor Ian Head
Professor Neil Gray
The phylogenetic position and ultrastructure of the uncultured bacterium Achromatium oxaliferum1996