Peer-reviewed articles and book chapters

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Our latest work (submitted or in press):

  1. Wiederhold, J., Skyllberg, U., Drott, A., Jiskra, M., Jonsson, S., Björn, E., Bourdon, B., and Kretzschmar, R.: Mercury isotope signatures in contaminated sediments as tracer for local industrial pollution sources. (submitted)
  2. Wiederhold, J.G.: Metal stable isotope signatures as tracers in environmental geochemistry. (submitted)
  3. Jiskra, M., Wiederhold, J.G., Skyllberg, U., Kronberg, R.-M., Hajdas, I., and Kretzschmar, R.: Mercury isotopes reveal organic matter-driven reductive Hg loss from boreal forest soils. (submitted)
  4. Smith, R.S., Wiederhold, J.G., Jew, A.D., Brown, G.E. Jr., Bourdon, B., and Kretzschmar, R.: Stable Hg isotope signatures in creek sediments impacted
    by a former Hg mine. (submitted)
  5. ThomasArrigo, L.K., Mikutta, C., Byrne, J., Barmettler, K., Kappler, A., and Kretzschmar. R.: Iron and Arsenic Speciation in Organic Flocs from Streambeds of an Arsenic-enriched Peatland. Environ. Sci. Technol. (accepted)
  6. Jiskra, M., Saile, D., Wiederhold, J.G., Bourdon, B., Björn, E., and Kretzschmar, R.: Kinetics of Hg(II) exchange between organic ligands, goethite, and natural organic matter studied with an enriched stable isotope approach. Environ. Sci. Technol. (accepted)
  7. Mikutta, C., Mandaliev, P.N., Mahler, N., Kotsev, T., and Kretzschmar, R.: Bioaccessibility of arsenic in mining-impacted circumneutral river floodplain soils. Environ. Sci. Technol. (accepted)
  8. Hofacker, A.F., Behrens, S., Voegelin, A., Kaegi, R. Lösekann-Behrens, T., Kappler, A., and Kretzschmar, R. (2014): Clostridium species as metallic copper forming bacteria in soil under reducing conditions. Geomicrobiol. J. (accepted)

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