(Co) Author: Cragg, B. A.
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Prokaryotic populations and activities in an interbedded coal deposit, including a previously deeply buried section (1.6-2.3 km) above ∼150 Ma basement rock. Geomicrobiology Journal, 26, 3, 163-178.
Temperature activation of organic matter and minerals during burial has the potential to sustain the deep biosphere over geological timescales. Organic Geochemistry, 38, 6, 845-852.
Deep sub-seafloor bacteria stimulated at interfaces over geologic time. Nature, 436, 7049, 390-394.
Prokaryotic cells of the deep sub-seafloor biosphere identified as living bacteria. Nature, 433, 7028, 861-864.
Analysis of prokaryotic biomass analysis in the sedimentary biosphere: an interlaboratory comparison of methods and analytical techniques. Book of Abstracts, 24th International Meeting on Organic Geochemistry (IMOG) (Bremen 2009), 101 (P-1).| EDOC: 14344 | (2009):