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Reference List Michael Staubwasser (peer reviewed only)


Henkel, Kasten, Hartmann, Silva-Busso, Staubwasser (2018). Iron cycling and stable Fe isotope fractionation in Antarctic shelf sediments, King George Island. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 237, 320-338.


Surma, Assonov,  Herwartz, Voigt, Staubwasser (2018). The evolution of O-17-excess in surface water of the arid environment during recharge and evaporation. Scientific Reports, 8, Article Number 4972.


Gazques, Morellon, Bauska, Herwartz, Surma, Moreno, Staubwasser, Valero-Garces, Delgado-Hueras, Hodell (2018). Triple oxygen and hydrogen isotopes of gypsum hydration water for quantitative paleo-humidity reconstruction. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 481, 177-188.


Oonk, Tsikos, Mason, Henkel, Staubwasser, Fryer, Poulton, Williams (2017). Fraction-specific controls on the trace element distribution in iron formations: Implications for trace metal stable isotope proxies. Chemical Geology, 474, 17-32.


Herwartz, Surma, Voigt, Assonov, Staubwasser (2017).  Triple oxygen isotope systematics of structurally bonded water in gypsum. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. 209, 254-266.


Henkel, Kasten, Poulton, Staubwasser (2016). Determination of the stable iron isotopic composition of sequentially leached iron phases in marine sediments. Chemical Geology, 421, 93-102.


Gazques, Mather, Rolfe, Evans, Herwartz, Staubwasser, Hodell (2015). Simultaneous analysis of 17O/16O, 18O/16O and 2H/1H of gypsum hydration water by cavity ring-down laser spectroscopy. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry, 29, 1997-2006.


Surma, Assonov, Bolourchi, Staubwasser (2015). Triple oxygen isotope signatures in evaporated water bodies from the Sistan Oasis, Iran. Geophysical Research Letters, 42, doi:10.1002/2015GL066475.


Poigner, Wilhelms-Dick, Abele, Staubwasser, Henkel (2015). Iron assimilation by the clam Laternula elliptica: Do stable isotopes (δ56Fe) help to decipher the sources? Chemosphere, 134, 294-300.


Dragusin, Staubwasser, Hofmann, Ersec, Onac, Veres (2014). Constraining Holocene hydrological changes in theCarpathian–Balkan region using speleothem 18O and pollen-based temperature reconstructions. Climate of the Past, 10, 1363-1380.


Konermann, Staubwasser, Dirk, Keilig, Bourauel, Gotz, Jager, Reichert (2014), Bone substitute material composition and morphology differentially modulate calcium and phosphate release through osteoclast-like cells. International Journal of Oral and maxillofacial Surgery, 43, 514-521.


Chen, Stumpf, Frank, Beldowski, Staubwasser (2013), Contrasting geochemical cycling of hafnium and neodymium in the central Baltic Sea. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 123, 166-180. DOI: 10.1016/j.gca.2013.09.011.


Staubwasser, Schoenberg, von Blanckenburg, Krüger, Pohl (2013), Isotope fractionation between dissolved and suspended particulate Fe in the oxic and anoxic water column of the Baltic Sea. Biogeosciences , 10,  233-245, DOI: 10.5194/bg-10-233-2013.


Dewald, Heinze, Jolie, Zilges, Dunai, Rethemeyer, Melles, Staubwasser, Kuczewski, Richter, Radtke, von Blanckenburg, Klein, M (2013): CologneAMS, a dedicated center for accelerator mass spectrometry in Germany. Nuclear Instruments & Methods in Physics Research Section B-Beam Interactions with Materials and Atoms, 294, 18-23, DOI: 10.1016/j.nimb.2012.04.030.


Staubwasser (2012), Late Holocene Drought Pattern Over West Asia. In: Giosan, Fuller, Nicoll, Flad, Clift (eds): Climates, Landscapes, and Civilizations. AGU Geophysical Monograph Vol. 198, Washington DC., 89-96.


Klimchouk , Tymokhina , Amelichev , Dublyansky , Staubwasser (2011), Determination of the age of relief and denudation rates of the south-west part of the Inner Range of the Mountainous Crimea from karstological and speleological data. Speleology and Karstology, 7, 29-39.


Guelke, von Blanckenburg, Schoenberg, Staubwasser, Stuetzel (2010), Determining the stable Fe isotope signature of plant-available iron in soils. Chemical Geology, 277, 269-28,0 DOI: 10.1016/j.chemgeo.2010.08.010.


Zink, Schoenberg, Staubwasser , (2010), Isotopic fractionation and reaction kinetics between Cr(III) and Cr(VI) in aqueous media. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta74, 5729-5745, DOI: 10.1016/j.gca.2010.07.015.


Schoenberg, Zink, Staubwasser, von Blanckenburg (2008). The stable Cr isotope inventory of solid Earth reservoirs determined by double spike MC-ICP-MS. Chemical Geology, 249, 294-306.


Staubwasser, and Weiss (2006), Holocene climate and cultural evolution in late prehistoric – early historic West Asia. Quaternary Research, 66, 372-387.


Staubwasser, von Blanckenburg, Schoenberg (2006), Iron isotopes in the early marine diagenetic iron cycle. Geology, 34, 629-632.


Staubwasser (2006), Monsoon domains and incoherent monsoon evolution in South Asia during the Holocene. Journal of the Geological Society of India, 68, 433-446.


Staubwasser, Henderson, Berkman, Hall (2004), Ba, Ra, Th, and U in marine mollusc shells and the potential of 226Ra/Ba dating of Holocene marine carbonate shells, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 68, 89-100. doi:10.1016/S0016-7037(03)00279-5.


Mayewski, Rohling, Staager, Karlen, Maasch, Meeker, Meyerson, Gasse, van Krefeld, Holmgren, Lee-Thorpe, Rosqvist, Rack, Staubwasser, Schneider, Steig (2004), Holocene climate variability, Quaternary Research, 62, 243-255.


Marriot, Henderson, Crompton, Staubwasser, Shaw (2004), Effect of mineralogy, salinity, and temperature on Li/Ca and Li isotope composition of calcium carbonate, Chemical Geology, 212, 5-15.


Vance, Scrivner, Beney, Staubwasser, Henderson, Slowey (2004), The use of foraminifera as a record of the past neodymium isotope composition of seawater, Paleoceanography, 19, PA2009, doi:10.1029/2003PA000957.


Foster, Staubwasser, Henderson (2004), 226Ra and Ba concentrations in the Ross Sea measured with multi- collector ICP mass spectrometry, Marine Chemistry, 87, 59-71.


Hoelzmann, Gasse, Dupont, Salzmann, Staubwasser, Leuschner, Sirocko (2004), Paleoenvironmental changes in the arid and subarid belt (Sahara, Sahel, Arabian Peninsula) from 150ka to present. In: Battarbee, Gasse, Stickley (eds.) Past Climate Variability Through Europe and Africa, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, pp. 219-256.


Staubwasser, Sirocko, Grootes, Segl (2003). Climate change at the 4.2 ka BP termination of the Indus valley civilization and Holocene south Asian monsoon variability, Geophysical Research Letters, 30, 1425, doi:10.1029/2002GL016822.


Staubwasser and Dulski (2002). On the evolution of the oxygen minimum zone in the Arabian Sea during the Holocene and its relation to the South Asian Monsoon. In: P. Clift, C. Gaedicke, D. Kroon and J. Craig (eds): The tectonic and climatic evolution of the Arabian Sea region. Geological Society (London) Special Publication, Vol 195, 433-443.


Staubwasser, Sirocko, Grootes, Erlenkeuser (2002). South Asian monsoon climate change and radiocarbon in the Arabian Sea during early and mid Holocene. Paleoceanography, 17, No 4, 1063, doi:10.1029/2000PA000608.


Staubwasser and Sirocko (2002). Reply to comment by von Rad et al., Marine Geology, 192, 431-433.


Staubwasser and Sirocko (2001). On the formation of laminated sediments on the continental margin off Pakistan: the effect of sediment provenance and sediment redistribution. Marine Geology 172, 43-56.


Sirocko, Leuschner, Staubwasser, Maley, Heusser (1999). High-Frequency Oscillations of the last 70,000 years in the Tropical/Subtropical and Polar Climates. In: Clark, Webb, Keigwin (eds): Mechanisms of global climate change. AGU Geophysical Monograph Vol. 112, Washington DC., 113-126.


Staubwasser (1999). Early Holocene variability of the Indian Monsoon and Arabian Sea thermocline ventilation. Thesis Christian-Albrecht-Universität zu Kiel.