Jürgen Rullkötter focuses on Mineralogy, Organic matter, Environmental chemistry, Sediment and Diagenesis. The various areas that Jürgen Rullkötter examines in his Mineralogy study include Kerogen, Pristane, Sterane and Maturity. His work carried out in the field of Organic matter brings together such families of science as Sedimentary depositional environment, Total organic carbon and Natural.
The Environmental chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Microorganism, Bacteria, Carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere and Photosynthesis. His Sediment study is concerned with the field of Paleontology as a whole. Within one scientific family, Jürgen Rullkötter focuses on topics pertaining to Terrigenous sediment under Diagenesis, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Deep sea.
His primary areas of study are Organic matter, Oceanography, Sediment, Geochemistry and Mineralogy. Jürgen Rullkötter has included themes like Environmental chemistry, Total organic carbon, Paleontology, Diagenesis and Sedimentary depositional environment in his Organic matter study. He interconnects Microorganism, Gas chromatography and Carbon in the investigation of issues within Environmental chemistry.
His Total organic carbon study combines topics in areas such as Terrigenous sediment and Mediterranean sea. His Sediment research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Hydrology and Chromatography. His Mineralogy research includes elements of Table, Isotopes of carbon, Sterane, Source rock and Maturity.
His primary scientific interests are in Table, Hydrology, N alkanes, Sediment and Drainage basin. His studies in Table integrate themes in fields like Hydrogen isotope, Abundance, Standard deviation, Mineralogy and Analytical chemistry. His Hydrology research incorporates themes from Geochemistry, Radiocarbon dating and Sediment core.
His work deals with themes such as Sedimentary rock, Terrigenous sediment, Organic matter and Wetland, which intersect with Radiocarbon dating. His Organic matter research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Phenols, Dissolved organic carbon and Biodegradation. His studies deal with areas such as Arid, Transect and Shrub as well as Sediment.
His primary areas of study are Oceanography, Arid, Vegetation, Organic matter and Transect. His Oceanography study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Natural, Paleontology, Cenomanian-Turonian boundary event and Key. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Glacial period and Sediment.
His research integrates issues of Environmental chemistry, Phenols, Terrigenous sediment and Wetland in his study of Organic matter. His work on Dissolved organic carbon as part of general Environmental chemistry research is frequently linked to Humic acid, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Transect research focuses on subjects like Hydrology, which are linked to Sedimentary rock, Radiocarbon dating, Evergreen and Carbon cycle.
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Restricted utility of the pristane/phytane ratio as a palaeoenvironmental indicator
H. L. ten Haven;J. W. de Leeuw;J. Rullkötter;J. S. Sinninghe Damsté.
The molecularly-uncharacterized component of nonliving organic matter in natural environments
JI Hedges;G Eglinton;PG Hatcher;DL Kirchman.
Organic Geochemistry (2000)
Tetrahymanol, the most likely precursor of gammacerane, occurs ubiquitously in marine sediments
H.L.Ten Haven;M. Rohmer;J. Rullkötter;P. Bisseret.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (1989)
MICROBIAL DIVERSITY OF A HEAVILY POLLUTED MICROBIAL MAT AND ITS COMMUNITY CHANGES FOLLOWING DEGRADATION OF PETROLEUM COMPOUNDS
Raeid M. M. Abed;Nimer M. D. Safi;Jürgen Köster;Dirk de Beer.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2002)
Chemotaxonomic significance of distribution and stable carbon isotopic composition of long-chain alkanes and alkan-1-ols in C4 grass waxes
Florian Rommerskirchen;Anna Plader;Geoffrey Eglinton;Yoshito Chikaraishi.
Organic Geochemistry (2006)
Ultraviolet fluorescence excitation and emission spectroscopy of marine algae and bacteria
Stephan Determann;Jörg M. Lobbes;Rainer Reuter;Jürgen Rullkötter.
Marine Chemistry (1998)
Organic matter maturation under the influence of a deep intrusive heat source: A natural experiment for quantitation of hydrocarbon generation and expulsion from a petroleum source rock (Toarcian shale, northern Germany)
J Rullkötter;D Leythaeuser;B Horsfield;R Littke.
Organic Geochemistry (1988)
Distribution patterns and stable carbon isotopic composition of alkanes and alkan-1-ols from plant waxes of African rain forest and savanna C3 species
Angela Vogts;Heiko Moossen;Florian Rommerskirchen;Jürgen Rullkötter.
Organic Geochemistry (2009)
Phospholipid analysis as a tool to study complex microbial communities in marine sediments
Heike Rütters;Henrik Sass;Heribert Cypionka;Jürgen Rullkötter.
Journal of Microbiological Methods (2002)
Microbial alteration of 17α(H)-hopanes in Madagascar asphalts: removal of C-10 methyl group and ring opening
Jürgen Rullkötter;Detlef Wendisch.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (1982)
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