His Glacial period study is focused on Interglacial and Moraine. Volker Liebetrau undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Interglacial and Glacial period in his work. His study on Physical geography is interrelated to topics such as Sea level and Moraine. Sea level is closely attributed to Physical geography in his study. In his research, Volker Liebetrau performs multidisciplinary study on Oceanography and Climatology. Volker Liebetrau performs integrative study on Climatology and Oceanography. Organic chemistry and Carbonate are frequently intertwined in his study. Geochemistry is closely attributed to Dolomite in his study. He integrates many fields in his works, including Seawater and Salinity.
His Oceanography study frequently involves adjacent topics like Seawater, Coral, Benthic zone and Upwelling. His work in Benthic zone is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Oceanography. Geochemistry is intertwined with Mineralogy and Sedimentary rock in his research. His study brings together the fields of Diagenesis and Mineralogy. His study deals with a combination of Diagenesis and Authigenic. In his research, Volker Liebetrau undertakes multidisciplinary study on Sedimentary rock and Geochemistry. In the field of Paleontology Volker Liebetrau connects related research areas like Tectonics, Structural basin and Authigenic. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Paleontology and Tectonics. His study brings together the fields of Carbonate and Organic chemistry.
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Temporal constraints on hydrate-controlled methane seepage off Svalbard.
Christian Berndt;Tomas Feseker;Tina Treude;Sebastien Krastel.
Rapid sea-level rise and reef back-stepping at the close of the last interglacial highstand
Paul Blanchon;Anton Eisenhauer;Jan Fietzke;Volker Liebetrau.
Early diagenesis of redox-sensitive trace metals in the Peru upwelling area – response to ENSO-related oxygen fluctuations in the water column
Florian Scholz;Christian Hensen;Anna Noffke;Anne Rohde.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2011)
Microbial nucleation of Mg-rich dolomite in exopolymeric substances under anoxic modern seawater salinity: New insight into an old enigma
Stefan Krause;Volker Liebetrau;Stanislav Gorb;Mónica Sánchez-Román.
Thallium isotope variations in seawater and hydrogenetic, diagenetic, and hydrothermal ferromanganese deposits
M. Rehkämper;Martin Frank;J. R. Hein;D. Porcelli.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2002)
Constraining the marine strontium budget with natural strontium isotope fractionations (87Sr/86Sr∗, δ88/86Sr) of carbonates, hydrothermal solutions and river waters
André Krabbenhöft;Anton Eisenhauer;Florian Böhm;Hauke Vollstaedt.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2010)
Stable strontium isotopes (δ88/86Sr) in cold-water corals — A new proxy for reconstruction of intermediate ocean water temperatures
Andres Rüggeberg;Jan Fietzke;Volker Liebetrau;Anton Eisenhauer.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2008)
Determination of radiogenic and stable strontium isotope ratios (87Sr/86Sr; δ88/86Sr) by thermal ionization mass spectrometry applying an 87Sr/84Sr double spike
André Krabbenhöft;Jan Fietzke;Anton Eisenhauer;Volker Liebetrau.
Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry (2009)
An alternative data acquisition and evaluation strategy for improved isotope ratio precision using LA-MC-ICP-MS applied to stable and radiogenic strontium isotopes in carbonates
Jan Fietzke;Volker Liebetrau;D. Günther;K. Gurs.
Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry (2008)
Determination of uranium isotope ratios by multi-static MIC-ICP-MS: method and implementation for precise U- and Th-series isotope measurements
J. Fietzke;V. Liebetrau;A. Eisenhauer;Ch. Dullo.
Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry (2005)
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