Andreas Kappler
Andreas Kappler
Professor for Geomicrobiology, University of Tübingen, Germany
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Ehrlich's geomicrobiology
HL Ehrlich, DK Newman, A Kappler
CRC press, 2015
Biogeochemical redox processes and their impact on contaminant dynamics
T Borch, R Kretzschmar, A Kappler, PV Cappellen, M Ginder-Vogel, ...
Environmental science & technology 44 (1), 15-23, 2010
The interplay of microbially mediated and abiotic reactions in the biogeochemical Fe cycle
ED Melton, ED Swanner, S Behrens, C Schmidt, A Kappler
Nature Reviews Microbiology 12 (12), 797-808, 2014
Phenazines and other redox-active antibiotics promote microbial mineral reduction
ME Hernandez, A Kappler, DK Newman
Applied and environmental microbiology 70 (2), 921-928, 2004
Deposition of banded iron formations by anoxygenic phototrophic Fe (II)-oxidizing bacteria
A Kappler, C Pasquero, KO Konhauser, DK Newman
Geology 33 (11), 865-868, 2005
Geomicrobiological cycling of iron
A Kappler, KL Straub
Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry 59 (1), 85-108, 2005
Linking N 2 O emissions from biochar-amended soil to the structure and function of the N-cycling microbial community
J Harter, HM Krause, S Schuettler, R Ruser, M Fromme, T Scholten, ...
The ISME journal 8 (3), 660-674, 2014
Shewanella oneidensis MR-1 uses overlapping pathways for iron reduction at a distance and by direct contact under conditions relevant for biofilms
DP Lies, ME Hernandez, A Kappler, RE Mielke, JA Gralnick, DK Newman
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 71 (8), 4414-4426, 2005
Electron shuttling via humic acids in microbial iron (III) reduction in a freshwater sediment
A Kappler, M Benz, B Schink, A Brune
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 47 (1), 85-92, 2004
Formation of Fe (III)-minerals by Fe (II)-oxidizing photoautotrophic bacteria
A Kappler, DK Newman
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 68 (6), 1217-1226, 2004
Extracellular electron transfer through microbial reduction of solid-phase humic substances
EE Roden, A Kappler, I Bauer, J Jiang, A Paul, R Stoesser, H Konishi, ...
Nature geoscience 3 (6), 417-421, 2010
Humic substances as fully regenerable electron acceptors in recurrently anoxic environments
L Klüpfel, A Piepenbrock, A Kappler, M Sander
Nature Geoscience 7 (3), 195-200, 2014
Iron biomineralization by anaerobic neutrophilic iron-oxidizing bacteria
J Miot, K Benzerara, G Morin, A Kappler, S Bernard, M Obst, C Férard, ...
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 73 (3), 696-711, 2009
Redox transformation of arsenic by Fe (II)-activated goethite (α-FeOOH)
K Amstaetter, T Borch, P Larese-Casanova, A Kappler
Environmental science & technology 44 (1), 102-108, 2010
Biochar as an electron shuttle between bacteria and Fe (III) minerals
A Kappler, ML Wuestner, A Ruecker, J Harter, M Halama, S Behrens
Environmental Science & Technology Letters 1 (8), 339-344, 2014
Kinetics of microbial and chemical reduction of humic substances: implications for electron shuttling
J Jiang, A Kappler
Environmental science & technology 42 (10), 3563-3569, 2008
Fe (III) mineral formation and cell encrustation by the nitrate‐dependent Fe (II)‐oxidizer strain BoFeN1
A Kappler, B Schink, DK Newman
Geobiology 3 (4), 235-245, 2005
Decoupling photochemical Fe (II) oxidation from shallow-water BIF deposition
KO Konhauser, L Amskold, SV Lalonde, NR Posth, A Kappler, A Anbar
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 258 (1-2), 87-100, 2007
Natural organic matter as reductant for chlorinated aliphatic pollutants
A Kappler, SB Haderlein
Environmental science & technology 37 (12), 2714-2719, 2003
The potential significance of microbial Fe (III) reduction during deposition of Precambrian banded iron formations
KO Konhauser, DK Newman, A Kappler
Geobiology 3 (3), 167-177, 2005
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