John M. Hayes
John M. Hayes
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Methane-consuming archaebacteria in marine sediments
KU Hinrichs, JM Hayes, SP Sylva, PG Brewer, EF DeLong
Nature 398 (6730), 802-805, 1999
12261999
A serpentinite-hosted ecosystem: the Lost City hydrothermal field
DS Kelley, JA Karson, GL Früh-Green, DR Yoerger, TM Shank, ...
Science 307 (5714), 1428-1434, 2005
9972005
Compound-specific isotopic analyses: a novel tool for reconstruction of ancient biogeochemical processes
JM Hayes, KH Freeman, BN Popp, CH Hoham
Organic geochemistry 16 (4-6), 1115-1128, 1990
8721990
Evidence for gammacerane as an indicator of water column stratification
JSS Damsté, F Kenig, MP Koopmans, J Köster, S Schouten, JM Hayes, ...
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 59 (9), 1895-1900, 1995
8371995
Fractionation of carbon and hydrogen isotopes in biosynthetic processes
JM Hayes
Reviews in mineralogy and geochemistry 43 (1), 225-277, 2001
7862001
Factors controlling 13C contents of sedimentary organic compounds: principles and evidence
JM Hayes
Marine Geology 113 (1-2), 111-125, 1993
7741993
The abundance of 13C in marine organic matter and isotopic fractionation in the global biogeochemical cycle of carbon during the past 800 Ma
JM Hayes, H Strauss, AJ Kaufman
Chemical Geology 161 (1-3), 103-125, 1999
7311999
Fractionation of carbon isotopes by phytoplankton and estimates of ancient CO2 levels
KH Freeman, JM Hayes
Global biogeochemical cycles 6 (2), 185-198, 1992
6651992
Secular variation in carbon isotope ratios from Upper Proterozoic successions of Svalbard and East Greenland
AH Knoll, JM Hayes, AJ Kaufman, K Swett, IB Lambert
Nature 321 (6073), 832-838, 1986
6581986
Comparative analysis of methane-oxidizing archaea and sulfate-reducing bacteria in anoxic marine sediments
VJ Orphan, KU Hinrichs, W Ussler, CK Paull, LT Taylor, SP Sylva, ...
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 67 (4), 1922-1934, 2001
6442001
Evidence from carbon isotope measurements for diverse origins of sedimentary hydrocarbons
KH Freeman, JM Hayes, JM Trendel, P Albrecht
Nature 343 (6255), 254-256, 1990
6331990
Earth's earliest biosphere: its origin and evolution
JW Schopf
6311983
Isotopic inferences of ancient biochemistries-Carbon, sulfur, hydrogen, and nitrogen
M Schidlowski, JM Hayes, IR Kaplan
5691983
Isotope-ratio-monitoring gas chromatography-mass spectrometry
DE Matthews, JM Hayes
Analytical Chemistry 50 (11), 1465-1473, 1978
5681978
Fractionation of hydrogen isotopes in lipid biosynthesis
AL Sessions, TW Burgoyne, A Schimmelmann, JM Hayes
Organic Geochemistry 30 (9), 1193-1200, 1999
5381999
Precambrian organic geochemistry-Preservation of the record
JM Hayes, KW Wedeking, IR Kaplan
4741983
Carbon isotope evidence for the stepwise oxidation of the Proterozoic environment
DJ Des Marais, H Strauss, RE Summons, JM Hayes
Nature 359 (6396), 605-609, 1992
4691992
Dynamics of the Neoproterozoic carbon cycle
DH Rothman, JM Hayes, RE Summons
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100 (14), 8124-8129, 2003
4572003
Terminal Proterozoic reorganization of biogeochemical cycles
GA Logan, JM Hayes, GB Hieshima, RE Summons
Nature 376 (6535), 53-56, 1995
4491995
Consistent fractionation of 13C in nature and in the laboratory: Growth‐rate effects in some haptophyte algae
RR Bidigare, A Fluegge, KH Freeman, KL Hanson, JM Hayes, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 11 (2), 279-292, 1997
4241997
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