His primary scientific interests are in Groundwater, Environmental chemistry, Bacteria, Ferrous and Most probable number. His study in Groundwater is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Ecology and Nitrate. The study incorporates disciplines such as Biochemistry and Botany in addition to Bacteria.
His research in Ferrous intersects with topics in Carbon dioxide, Gallionella, Metal and Nuclear chemistry. His work in Most probable number tackles topics such as Methane which are related to areas like Igneous rock, Biomass and Microorganism. His Aquifer study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sulfate-reducing bacteria, Contamination and Mineralogy.
Karsten Pedersen mainly investigates Groundwater, Environmental chemistry, Bacteria, Ecology and Mineralogy. His Groundwater research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Microorganism, Sulfate-reducing bacteria, Total organic carbon and Radioactive waste. His work carried out in the field of Environmental chemistry brings together such families of science as Biofilm, Ferrous, Metal, Heterotroph and Sulfate.
His Bacteria study incorporates themes from Botany and Microbiology. As a part of the same scientific family, Karsten Pedersen mostly works in the field of Ecology, focusing on Autotroph and, on occasion, Archaea and Methanogenesis. As part of one scientific family, Karsten Pedersen deals mainly with the area of Mineralogy, narrowing it down to issues related to the Bentonite, and often Sulfur and Corrosion.
Karsten Pedersen spends much of his time researching Environmental chemistry, Radioactive waste, Groundwater, Drilling and Orogeny. His Environmental chemistry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Methanogen, Desulfovibrio and Pyrosequencing. His studies in Radioactive waste integrate themes in fields like Metallurgy, Metal, Corrosion and Copper.
The Copper study which covers Spent nuclear fuel that intersects with Cast iron, Sulfate-reducing bacteria and Magazine. The various areas that Karsten Pedersen examines in his Groundwater study include Microbial population biology, Bentonite, Autotroph, Archaea and Heterotroph. Karsten Pedersen regularly ties together related areas like Geochemistry in his Drilling studies.
His main research concerns Environmental chemistry, Groundwater, Ecology, Bentonite and Radioactive waste. His Environmental chemistry research includes themes of Magazine, Spent nuclear fuel, Hydrogenophaga, Plankton and Desulfosporosinus. His Groundwater research incorporates elements of Microorganism, Thiobacillus and Desulfovibrio.
He interconnects Verrucomicrobia and Biofilm in the investigation of issues within Ecology. Karsten Pedersen has included themes like Metallurgy, Corrosion and Copper in his Bentonite study. His Radioactive waste research integrates issues from Sulfur, Ferrous, Metal, Mineralogy and Anoxic waters.
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Exploration of deep intraterrestrial microbial life: current perspectives
Fems Microbiology Letters (2000)
Microbial life in deep granitic rock
Fems Microbiology Reviews (1997)
Biofilm development on stainless steel and PVC surfaces in drinking water
Water Research (1990)
Distribution and activity of bacteria in deep granitic groundwaters of southeastern sweden.
Karsten Pedersen;Susanne Ekendahl.
Microbial Ecology (1990)
The environmental impact of mine wastes — Roles of microorganisms and their significance in treatment of mine wastes
M Ledin;Karsten Pedersen.
Earth-Science Reviews (1996)
The deep subterranean biosphere
Earth-Science Reviews (1993)
Autotrophic and mixotrophic growth of Gallionella ferruginea
Lotta Hallbeck;Karsten Pedersen.
Retention of strontium, cesium, lead and uranium by bacterial iron oxides from a subterranean environment
F.G Ferris;R.O Hallberg;B Lyvén;K Pedersen.
Applied Geochemistry (2000)
16S rRNA gene diversity of attached and unattached bacteria in boreholes along the access tunnel to the Äspö hard rock laboratory, Sweden
Karsten Pedersen;Johanna Arlinger;Susanne Ekendahl;Lotta Hallbeck.
FEMS Microbiology Ecology (1996)
Methanobacterium subterraneum sp. nov., a new alkaliphilic, eurythermic and halotolerant methanogen isolated from deep granitic groundwater
Svetlana Kotelnikova;Alberto J. L. Macario;Karsten Pedersen.
International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology (1998)
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