Jan P. Amend spends much of his time researching Hydrothermal circulation, Redox, Sulfur, Ecology and Aqueous solution. His Hydrothermal circulation research includes themes of Seawater and Exergonic reaction. In Redox, Jan P. Amend works on issues like Microbial metabolism, which are connected to Disproportionation, Methanogenesis, Chemical engineering, Organic synthesis and Aquificae.
Jan P. Amend combines subjects such as Inorganic chemistry and Oceanography, Biogeochemistry with his study of Sulfur. The Ecology study combines topics in areas such as Heterotroph and Earth science. Jan P. Amend interconnects Gibbs free energy and Thermodynamics in the investigation of issues within Aqueous solution.
His main research concerns Hydrothermal circulation, Environmental chemistry, Hydrothermal vent, Ecology and Seawater. The study incorporates disciplines such as Sulfide, Geochemistry, Mineralogy, Redox and Waves and shallow water in addition to Hydrothermal circulation. His studies in Redox integrate themes in fields like Exergonic reaction, Sulfur, Gibbs free energy and Electron acceptor.
His Environmental chemistry study deals with Bacteria intersecting with Strain. His Hydrothermal vent study combines topics in areas such as Deep sea, Oceanography and Archaea. His research investigates the connection between Seawater and topics such as Sediment that intersect with issues in Heterotroph.
His primary areas of investigation include Environmental chemistry, Sulfur, Hydrothermal circulation, Energetics and Bacteria. His research integrates issues of Sulfate, Sediment, Methanogenesis and Cyclic voltammetry in his study of Environmental chemistry. His Methanogenesis study incorporates themes from Batch reactor, Ammonia, Gibbs free energy and Microbial metabolism.
His Sulfur research incorporates elements of Inorganic chemistry, Karst, Comproportionation and Disproportionation. His study in Hydrothermal circulation focuses on Hydrothermal vent in particular. Jan P. Amend usually deals with Energetics and limits it to topics linked to Scale and Organic matter.
His primary areas of study are Energetics, Organic matter, Methanogenesis, Environmental chemistry and Scale. His Energetics research integrates issues from Ammonia, Batch reactor, Gibbs free energy and Microbial metabolism. His studies deal with areas such as Heterotroph, Sediment, Biogeochemical cycle and Sulfate as well as Organic matter.
His work carried out in the field of Methanogenesis brings together such families of science as Biosphere and Anaerobic respiration. His research in Scale intersects with topics in Natural, Fermentation, Scientific method and Biochemical engineering.
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Energetics of overall metabolic reactions of thermophilic and hyperthermophilic Archaea and Bacteria
Jan P. Amend;Everett L. Shock.
Fems Microbiology Reviews (2001)
Archaeal and bacterial communities in geochemically diverse hot springs of Yellowstone National Park, USA
D. R. Meyer-Dombard;D. R. Meyer-Dombard;Everett Shock;J. P. Amend.
Energetics of amino acid synthesis in hydrothermal ecosystems
J. P. Amend;E. L. Shock.
Preservation of Martian Organic and Environmental Records: Final Report of the Mars Biosignature Working Group
Roger E. Summons;Jan P. Amend;David Bish;Roger Buick.
Expanding frontiers in deep subsurface microbiology
Jan P. Amend;Andreas P Teske.
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology (2005)
Catabolic and anabolic energy for chemolithoautotrophs in deep-sea hydrothermal systems hosted in different rock types
Jan P. Amend;Thomas M. McCollom;Michael Hentscher;Wolfgang Bach.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2011)
Sulfur biogeochemistry : past and present
Jan P. Amend;Katrina J. Edwards;Timothy W. Lyons.
Quantifying inorganic sources of geochemical energy in hydrothermal ecosystems, Yellowstone National Park, USA
Everett L. Shock;Melanie Holland;D’Arcy Meyer-Dombard;Jan P. Amend.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2010)
Energetics of chemolithoautotrophy in the hydrothermal system of Vulcano Island, southern Italy
Jan P. Amend;Karyn L. Rogers;Everett L. Shock;Sergio Gurrieri.
A thermodynamic assessment of energy requirements for biomass synthesis by chemolithoautotrophic micro‐organisms in oxic and anoxic environments
T. M. Mccollom;J. P. Amend.
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