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Using helium and other noble gases in ocean sediments to characterize active methane seepage off the coast of New Zealand
Tomonaga, Y., Brennwald, M. S., & Kipfer, R. (2013). Using helium and other noble gases in ocean sediments to characterize active methane seepage off the coast of New Zealand. Marine Geology, 344, 34-40. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.margeo.2013.07.010
Interpreting noble-gas concentrations as proxies for salinity and temperature in the world's largest soda lake (Lake Van, Turkey)
Tomonaga, Y., Blättler, R., Brennwald, M. S., & Kipfer, R. (2012). Interpreting noble-gas concentrations as proxies for salinity and temperature in the world's largest soda lake (Lake Van, Turkey). Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 59, 99-107. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jseaes.2012.05.011
Release of gas bubbles from lake sediment traced by noble gas isotopes in the sediment pore water
Brennwald, M. S., Kipfer, R., & Imboden, D. M. (2005). Release of gas bubbles from lake sediment traced by noble gas isotopes in the sediment pore water. Earth and Planetary Sciences Letters, 235, 31-44. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.epsl.2005.03.004
Solute transfer across the sediment surface of a eutrophic lake: I. Porewater profiles from dialysis samplers
Urban, N. R., Dinkel, C., & Wehrli, B. (1997). Solute transfer across the sediment surface of a eutrophic lake: I. Porewater profiles from dialysis samplers. Aquatic Sciences, 59(1), 1-25. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02522546
Sind biogen meromiktische Seen intern sanierbar? Fallbeispiel Zugersee
Wehrli, B., Wüest, A., & Imboden, D. M. (1995). Sind biogen meromiktische Seen intern sanierbar? Fallbeispiel Zugersee. Limnologie Aktuell, 8, 29-37.