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NordCEE seminars

June 14, 2014 at 12.30, Auditorium B, Øster Voldgade 10, Copenhagen:
Linda Hinnov, John Hopkins University, Baltimore: Tuning cyclostratigraphy the modern way - minimizing bias and circular reasoning.

May 27, 2013, at 9.30, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Ulrich Steiner, Max Planck Odense Center: Demographics, stochasticity and bacteria.

March 11, 2013, at 13.00, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Adam Martiny, University of California - Irvine: Response to nutrient limitation in marine bacteria and the biogeochemical implications.

February 8, 2013, at 13.00, Institute of Biology, SDU:
James Moffett, University of Southern California: Unravelling the relationsships between Fe, Cu and the nitrogen cycle.

August 17, 2012, at 14.00: Institute of Biology, SDU:
Julia Maresca, University of Delaware: Micromanipulations - Responses of natural microbial communities to external stimuli.

November 30, 2011, at 13.00, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Francois Darchambeau, Université de Liège, Belgium: Biogeochemistry of Congo River: A first assessment.

November 22, 2011, at 13.00, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Carol Arnosti, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill: Heterotrophic microbial communities as selective catalysts in the carbon cycle.

November 21, 2011, at 13.00, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Andreas Teske, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill: Guaymas Basin: New results on sulfur and methane cycling.

November 3, 2011, at 14.15, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Ernest Chi-Fru, Swedish Museum of Natural History: Copper: Aerobic methanotrophic bacterial palaeoproxy? Arsenic: A toxin in Proterozoin oceans?

November 2, 2011, at 14.00, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Brad A. Seibel, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Rhode Island: Critical oxygen levels and metabolic suppression in oceanic oxygen minimum zones.

September 9, 2011, at 11.00, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Bradley Eyre
, Director, Centre for Coastal Biogeochemistry, Southern Cross University, Australia: Carbon and nitrogen cycling in shallow tropical coastal ecosystems - microbial to global scales.

August 23, 2011, at 10.00, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Robert R. Gaines, Geology Department, Pomona College: The great unconformity, seawater chemistry and the Cambrian explosion.

August 11, 2011, at 14.00, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Sergei Katsev, Large Lakes Observatory and the Department of Physics, University of Minnesota, Duluth: Transient diagenesis in organic-poor marine and freshwater sediments.

May 19, 2011, at 11.00, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Kasper Hancke, Trondhjem Biological Station, Norwegian University of Science and Technology: The role of light and primary production in Arctic marine ecosystems.


May 12, 2011, at 13.00, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Cedric Magen, Florida State University: Anoxia causes the release of dissolved organic matter in permeable sediments.

April 29, 2011, at 11.00, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Laura Bristow, School of Marine Science and Technology, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth: What can we learn from nitrate isotopes and the nitrogen gas excess in low oxygen regions.

February 15, 2011, at 11.00, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Lawrence Och, University College London: Biogeochemical cycling through the Neoproterozoic-Cambrian transition in China: an integrated study of redox-sensitive elements.

December 9, 2010, at 13.00, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Niels Ulrik Frigaard, University of Copenhagen: Studies of thiotrophic pathways and the ecophysiology of phototrophic sulfur bacteria.

November 29, 2010, at 11.00, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Emily Fleming, Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, Maine: Unraveling the rusty riddles of freshwater iron-oxidizing bacteria.

September 15, 2010, at 14.00, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Yuri Gorby, J. Craig Venter Institute San Diego, California: Components and implications of extracellular electron transfer in electronically integrated microbial communities.

June 25, 2010, at 11.00, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Michael Forth, Darmstadt University of Technology, Germany: Purification and characterisation of the membrane-bound hydrogenase/sulfur reductase enzyme complex from Ignicoccus hospitalis.

June 8, 2010, at 14.15, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Mark Altabet, University of Massachussetts: Nitrogen isotope biogeochemistry of the Peru-Chile oxygen minimum zones.

June 1, 2010, at 10.00, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Nejc Stopnisek, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia: Crenarchaeal nitrification.

May 7, 2010, at 9.15, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Jakob Zopfi, Université de Neuchâtel, Switzerland: Lake la Cruz (Spain): a model for late Archean ocean chemistry and BIF formation?

May 5, 2010, at 12.15, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Mark Trimmer, Queen Mary University of London: Methane and ammonium oxidation in aquatic ecosystems: new directions.

March 17, 2010, at 12.15, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Casey Hubert, Newcastle University: Anaerobic thermophiles in Arctic marine sediments: Past, present and future.

March 17, 2010, at 12.15, Department of Geography and Geology, KU:
Robert Gaines, Pomona College: Resolving the puzzle of Burgess Shale-type fossil preservation in the Cambrian: New evidence from the Chengjiang drilling project.

March 3, 2010, at 9.30, Institute of Biology, SDU:
David Harper, Geological Museum, KU: Early animal evolution as evidenced by fossils from Sirius Passet, Greenland.

February 26, 2010, at 10.30, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Lars Liengaard, University of Copenhagen: Production and emission of N2O associated with the hydrological cycle in Pantanal, Brazil.

December 9, 2009, at 12.15, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Per Hall, Department of Marine Chemistry, University of Gothenburg: Biogeochemistry of marine systems with anoxic basins - Eastern Gotland Basin, By Fjord and Gulf of Finland with focus on sediments.

November 18, 2009, at 14.30, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Kirsten Küsel, Institute of Ecology, Friedrich Schiller University Jena: Linking microbial community structure to heavy metal dynamics in a former uranium mining area.

October 23, 2009, at 11.00, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Tina Treude, Leibniz Institute of Marine Sciences (IFM-GEOMAR), Kiel: Methane in a warming ocean
- what happens to its resources and sinks?

August 25, 2009, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Alexander Treusch, Oregon State University: Microbial community dynamics in an ocean gyre.

June 15, 2009, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Joel E. Kostka, Florida State University: The benthic nitrogen cycle and physhrophilic denitryfying bacteria in Arctic fjords (Svalbard, Norway).

June 9, 2009, Marine Biological Research Station, Kerteminde:
Mark van Zuilen, Centre for Geobiology, Bergen University, Norway: Raman spectroscopic characteristics of carbonaceous material in Archean rocks: Implications for early life studies.

May 20, 2009, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Flynn Picardal, Indiana University: Microbially-mediated, redox cycling of iron in sediments.

May 14, 2009, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Magnus Ivarsson, Swedish Museum of Natural History: Fossilized microorganisms in subseafloor basalts.

May 13, 2009, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Bo Barker Jørgensen, Center for Geomicrobiology, Aarhus University: The deep biosphere - a starving majority.

December 10, 2008, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Niels-Ulrik Frigaard, University of Copenhagen: Genomic revelations of phototrophic sulfur bacteria.

December 2, 2008, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Lasse Riemann, University of Kalmar, Sweden: Bacteria and viruses in marine waters.

November 26, 2008, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Alexander Loy, University of Vienna: Evolution and ecology of sulfur microorganisms: Hidden players in a well known biogeochemical cycle.

November 20, 2008, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Kirsten Habicht, NordCEE, Odense: Microbial processes identified in geological old sediments, natural environments and by proteomic analysis.

May 30, 2008, at the NordCEE Symposium, Brösarp, Sweden:
Everett Shock, Arizona State University: Energy Supplies at the Biotic Fringe.

May 30, 2008, at the NordCEE Symposium, Brösarp, Sweden:
Dennis K. Bird, Stanford University: Effects of syn-pandemic fire reduction and reforestation in the Tropical Americas on atmospheric CO2 during European conquest.

May 30, 2008, at the NordCEE Symposium, Brösarp, Sweden:
Minik Rosing, NordCEE Copenhagen: The Isua drilling project.

May 30, 2008, at the NordCEE Symposium, Brösarp, Sweden:
Don Canfield, NordCEE Odense: Animal evolution and the deposition of gypsum evaporites.

May 30, 2008, at the NordCEE Symposium, Brösarp, Sweden:
Stefan Bengtson, NordCEE Stockholm:
The vindhyan enigma resolved.

May 30, 2008, at the NordCEE Symposium, Brösarp, Sweden:
Sisir Mondal, NordCEE Copenhagen: Chromites on Archean greenstone belts: implication for tectonic setting.

March 7 2008, Geological Museum, Øster Voldgade 5-7, Copenhagen:
Andrew H. Knoll, Professor, Harvard University, USA:
Life on a Young Planet.

March 4 2008, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Andrew H. Knoll, Professor, Harvard University, USA:
Meridiani, Opportunity, and the Search for Life on Mars.

February 26 2008, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Michael Friedrich, Max-Planck-Institut für terrestrische Mikrobiologie, Marburg, Germany:
Meet the players: direct identification of microbes involved in biogeochemical cycling.

January 23 2008, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Douglas Wallace, Professor, Department of Marine Biogeochemistry, Leibniz Institut für Meereswissenschaften, Kiel, Germany:
Climate – Biogeochemistry interaction in the Tropical Ocean.

January 10 2008, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Kirstin Dähmke, University of Hamburg:
Nitrogen cycling in the Southern North Sea – present and past.

October 2 2007, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Timothy W. Lyons, Dept. Earth Sciences, University of California, Riverside:
Sulfur isotopes in deep time.

May 24 2007, at the NordCEE Symposium, Swedish Museum of Natural History, Stockholm:
Simon W. Poulton, University of New Castle:
The great oxygenation event.

May 24 2007, at the NordCEE Symposium, Swedish Museum of Natural History, Stockholm:
Bo Barker Jørgensen, Max-Planck-Institut für Marine Mikrobiologie, Bremen:
The deep sub-seafloor biosphere.

May 24 2007, at the NordCEE Symposium, Swedish Museum of Natural History, Stockholm:
Nick Butterfield, University of Cambridge:
The great divide: Life on Earth before and after the Ediacaran transition.

May 24 2007, at the NordCEE Symposium, Swedish Museum of Natural History, Stockholm:
Brian Alexander and Michael Bau, Jacobs Universität, Bremen:
The potential re-establishment of shallow marine anocix conditions after the great oxidation event.

January 22 2007, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Paul Drevnick, Department of Zoology, Miami University:
Sulphate loading determines methylmercury contamination in north temperate lakes.

January 12 2007, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Sandro Peduzzi, Cantonal Institute of Microbiology, Bellinzona, Switzerland:
Ecology, isolation and characterization of aggregate-forming purple sulfur and sulfate-reducing bacteria from the chemocline of meromictic Lake Cadagno, Switzerland.

November 27 2006, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Una Farrell, Dept. Geology & Geophysics, Yale University.
The palaeoenvironment of Ordovician Trilobite lagerstätten. Preliminary geochemical results.

November 17 2006: Institute of Biology, SDU:
Dave Johnston, Dept. of Geology, Maryland University:
New insights into the evolution of the Precambrian sulfur cycle.

November 10 2006: Institute of Biology, SDU:
Simon W. Poulton, School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, University of New Castle:
The global Ocean 2.4 billion years ago.

September 7 2006: Institute of Biology, SDU:
Rob Raiswell, School of Earth and Environment, Leeds University:
The iron (oxyhydr)oxide cycle: Clastic sources of iron oxides to the ocean and their potential bioavailability.

March 10 2006, Institute of Biology, SDU:
John Hayes, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution:
The carbon cycle and associated redox processes through time.

January 25, 2006, Institute of Biology, SDU:
Niels-Ulrik Frigaard
, University of Copenhagen: Evolution and function of photosynthetic pigments and sulfur metabolism in green sulfur bacteria.


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