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Pop Ristova, P, Pichler, T, Friedrich, MW & Bühring, SI (2017) Bacterial Diversity and Biogeochemistry of Two Marine Shallow-Water Hydrothermal Systems off Dominica (Lesser Antilles). Front. Microbiol. 8:2400. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2017.02400

Büh­ring, SI & Sie­vert, SM (2017) The shal­low sub­ma­ri­ne hot vent sys­tem off Mi­los (Greece) – a na­tu­ral la­bo­ra­to­ry to stu­dy hydro­ther­mal geo­mi­cro­bio­lo­gy. In  Life in Extreme Environments, Life at Vents and Seeps, ed. J. Kall­mey­er.

Sollich, M, Yoshinaga, MY, Häusler, S, Price, RE, Hinrichs, K-U & Bühring, SI (2017) Heat Stress Dictates Microbial Lipid Composition along a Thermal Gradient in Marine Sediments. Frontiers in Microbiology 8.

Gomez-Saez, GV, Pop Ristova, P, Siev­ert, SM, Elvert, M, Hin­richs, KU & Bühring, SI (2017) Relative importance of chemoautotrophy for primary production in a light exposed marine shallow hydrothermal system. Front. Microbiol. 8:702.

Gomez-Saez, GV, Niggemann, J, Dittmar, T, Pohlabeln, AM, Lang, SQ, Noowong, A, Pichler, T, Wörmer, L & Bühring, SI (2016) Molecular evidence for abiotic sulfurization of dissolved organic matter in marine shallow hydrothermal systems. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 190:35-52. doi:10.1016/j.gca.2016.06.027.

Gomez-Saez, GV, Riedel, T, Niggemann, J, Pichler, T, Dittmar, T & Bühring, SI (2015) Interaction between iron and dissolved organic matter in a marine shallow hydrothermal system off Dominica Island (Lesser Antilles). Marine Chemistry 177, 677-686.

Kleint, C, Kuzmanovski, S, Powell, Z, Bühring, SI, Sander, SG & Koschinsky, A (2015) Organic Cu-complexation at the shallow marine hydrothermal vent fields off the coast of Milos (Greece), Dominica (Lesser Antilles) and the Bay of Plenty (New Zealand). Marine Chemistry 173: 244-252.

Price, RE, Savov, I, Planer-Friedrich, B, Bühring, SI, Amend, J & Pichler, T (2013) Processes influencing extreme As enrichment in shallow-sea hydrothermal fluids of Milos Island, Greece, Chemical Geology 348, 15-26.