Ca­me­ron Call­beck, Gau­te La­vik, Ti­mo­thy G. Fer­de­l­man, Bern­hard Fuchs, Ha­rald R. Gru­ber-Vo­di­cka, Phil­ipp F. Hach, Sten Litt­mann, Niels S. Schof­fe­len, Tim Kal­ve­la­ge, So­ren Thom­sen, Ha­rald Schunck, Ca­ro­lin Lö­scher, Ruth A. Schmitz, Mar­cel M. M. Kuy­pers. 2018. Oxy­gen mi­ni­mum zone cryp­tic sul­fur cy­clin­g sustai­ned by off­shore trans­port of key sul­fur oxi­di­zing bac­te­ria. Na­tu­re Com­mu­ni­ca­ti­ons, 9, 1729.

DOI: 10.1038/s41467-018-04041-x


Sokoll, S., TG Ferdelman, M Holtappels, T Goldhammer, . Littmann, MH Iversen, and MMM Kuypers. 2017. Intense biological phosphate uptake onto particles in sub-euphotic continental margin waters, Geophys. Res. Lett., 44, doi:1002/2016GL072183


Wehrmann, LM, N Riedinger, N, B Brunner, A Kamyshny, CRJ Hubert, LC Herbert, V  Brüchert, BB Jørgensen, TG Ferdelman and MJ Formolo, 2017. Iron-controlled oxidative sulfur cycling recorded in the distribution and isotopic composition of sulfur species in glacially influenced fjord sediments of west Svalbard. Chemical Geology 466, 678–695. doi:10.1016/j.chemgeo.2017.06.013


Hansel CM, TG Ferdelman, and BM Tebo. 2015. Cryptic cross-linkages among biogeochemical cycles: novel insights from reactive intermediates. Elements, 11, 409-414.

  Wehrmann LM, J Titschack, ME Böttcher ME and TG Ferdelman. 2015. Linking sedimentary sulfur and iron biogeochemistry to growth patterns of a cold-water coral mound in the Porcupine Basin, S.W. Ireland (IODP Expedition 307). Geobiology 13, 424-442.
  D’Hondt S, F Inagaki, CA Zarikian, LJ Abrams, N Dubois, T Engelhardt, H Evans, T Ferdelman, B Gribsholt, RN Harris, BW Hoppie, J-H Hyun, J Kallmeyer, J Kim, JE Lynch, CC McKinley, S Mitsunobu, Y Morono, RW Murray, R Pockalny, J Sauvage, T Shiomono, F Shiraishi, DC Smith, CE Smith-Duque, AJ Spivack, BO Steinsbu, Y Suzuki, M Szpak, L Toffin, G Uramoto, YT Tamagusi, G Zhan, X-H Zhang and W Ziebis. 2015. Presence of oxygen and aerobic communites from sea floor to basement in deep-sea sediments. Nature Geoscience 8, 299-304.
2014 Wehrmann LM and TG Ferdelman. 2014. Biogeochemical consequences of the sedimetary subseafloor biosphere. Ch. 2.7 in Developments in Marine Geology, Vol. 7, Earth and Life Processes Discovered from Subseafloor Environments, Stein R, Blackman D, Inagaki F and H-C Larsen (eds). Elsevier, p. 217-252,
http://dx.doi. Org/10.1016/B978-0-444-62617-2.000098 .
  Holmkvist L, Kamyshny A, Brüchert V, Ferdelman TG, Jørgensen BB. 2014. Sulfidization of lacustrine glacial clay upon Holocenen marine transgression (Arkona Basin, Baltic Sea). Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 142, 75-94.
  Wehrmann LM, Formolo MJ, Owens JD, Raiswell R, Ferdelman TG, Riedinger N, Lyons TW. 2014. Iron and manganese speciation and cyclinlg in glacially influenced high-latitude fjord sediments (West Spitsbergen, Svalbard): Evidence for a benthic recycling-transport mechanism. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 141, 628-655.
  Kraft B, Tegetmeyer HE, Sharma R, Klotz MG, Ferdelman TG, Hettich RL, Geelhoed JS, Strous M. 2014. The environmental controls that govern the end product of bacterial nitrate respiration. Science, 345, 676-679.
  Røy H, Weber HS, Tarpgaard IH, Ferdelman TG, Jørgensen BB. 2014. Determination of dissismilatory sulfate reduction rates in marine sediment via radioactive 35S tracer. Limnol. Oceanogr. Methods 12, 196-211.
2013 Contreras S, Meister P, Liu B, Prieto-Mollar X, Hinrichs K-U, Khalili A, Ferdelman TG, Kuypers MMM, Jørgensen BB. 2013. Cyclic 100-ka (glacial-interglacial) migration of subseafloor redox zonation on the Peruvian shelf. PNAS doi:10.1073/pnal.1305981110.
  Xie S, Lipp JS, Wegener G, Ferdelman, TG and Hinrichs KU. 2013. Turnover of microbial lipids in the deep biosphere and growth of benthic archael populations. PNAS doi.10.1073/pnas.1218569110.
  Wehrmann LM, Arndt S, März C, Ferdelman TG, Brunner B. 2013. The evolution of early diagenetic signals in Bering Sea subseafloor sediments in response to varying organic carbon deposition over the last 4.3 Ma. Geochem. Cosmochim. Acta (in press)
  Lichtschlag A, Kamyshny A, Ferdelman TG and deBeer D. 2013. Intermediate sulfur oxidation state compounds in the euxinic surface sediments of the Dvurechenskii mud volcano (Black Sea) Geochem. Cosmochim. Acta 105: 130-145,
  Miletto M, Bodelier PLE, Ferdelman TG, Jørgensen BB, Laanbroek HJ. 2013. Effect of the aerenchymatous helophyte Glyceria maxima on the sulfate-reducing communities in two contrasting riparian grassland soils. Plant Soil DOI 10.1007/s11104-013-1608-1
  Meister P, B.Liu, T.G. Ferdelman , B.B. Jørgensen , A. Khalili . 2013. Control of sulphate and methane distributions in marine sediments by organic matter reactivity. Geochem. Cosmochim. Acta, 104, 183-193,
2012 Milucka, J, T.G. Ferdelman, L. Polerecky, D. Franzke, G. Wegener, M. Schmid, I. Lieberwirth, M. Wagner, F. Widdel, M.M.M Kuypers. 2012. Zero-valent sulphur is a key intermediate in marine methane oxidation. Nature, 491, 541-546, doi: 10:1038/nature11656.
  Thang, N.M., V. Brüchert, M. Formolo, G. Wegener, L. Ginters, B.B. Joergensen, T.G. Ferdelman. 2012. The impact of sediment and carbon fluxes on the biogeochemitry of methane and sulfur in littoral Baltic Sea Sediments (Himmerfjaerden, Sweden). Estuaries and Coasts, doi: 10.1007/s12237-012-9557-0.
  Vossmeyer, A., C. Deusner, C. Kato, F. Inagaki, T.G. Ferdelman. 2012. Substrate specific pressure-dependence of microbial sulfate reduction in deep-sea cold seep sediments of the Japan Trench. Frontiers Microbiol., 3, 253
doi: 10.3389/fmicb.00253.
  Ziebis, W., J. McManus, T. Ferdelman, F. Schmidt-Schierhorn, W. Bach, J. Muratli, K.J. Edwards, H. Villinger. 2012. Interstitial fluid chemistry underlying the North Atlantic Gyre and the influence of sub-surface flow. Earth Plant. Sci. Lett. 323-324; 79-91.
doi: 10.1016/j.epsl.2012.01.018
  Halm, H., P. Lam, T.G. Ferdelman, G. Lavik, T. Dittmar., J. LaRoche, S. D’Hondt, and M.M. Kuypers. 2012. Heterotrophic organisms dominate nitrogen fixation in the South Pacific Gyre. The ISME J;6, 1238-1249. doi:10.1038/ismej.2011.182.
2011 Kamyshny Jr., A, AL Zerkle , ZF Mansaray, I Ciglencki I, E Bura-Nakic , J Farquhar TG Ferdelman. 2011. Biogeochemical sulfur cycling in the water column of a shallow stratified sea-water lake: Speciation and quadruple sulfur isotope composition. Marine Chemistry, 127: 144-154
  Holmkvist, L., T.G. Ferdelman, B.B. Jørgensen. 2011. A cryptic sulfur cycle driven by iron in the methane zone of marine sediment (Aarhus Bay, Denmark). Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 75, 3581-3599.
Holler, T., G. Wegener, H. Niemann, C. Deusner, T. G. Ferdelman, A. Boetius, B. Brunner, and F. Widdel, 2011, Carbon and sulfur back flux during anaerobic microbial oxidation of methane and coupled sulfate reduction,
Proceedings of the National Academy of
Sciences of the United States of
America, 108, E1484–E1490, doi:10.1073/pnas.1106032108
  Holmkvist, L., A. Kamyshny Jr., C. Vogt, K. Vamvakopoulos, T.G. Ferdelman, B.B. Jørgensen. 2011. Suflate reduction below the sulfate-methan transition in Black Sea sediemnts. Deep-Sea Res. I, 58, 493-504.
  Hoshino, T., Y. Morono, T. Terrada, H. Imachi, T.G. Ferdelman and F. Inagaki. 2011. Comparative study of sub-seafloor microbial community structures in deeply buried coral fossils and sediment matrices from the Challenger mound in the Porcupine Seabight. Frontiers Extreme Microbiol., 2, 231, doi:10.3389/fmicb.2011.00231.
  Picard A. and T.G. Ferdelman. 2011. Linking microbial heterotrophic activity and sediment lithology in oxic, oligotrophic sub-seafloor sediments of the North Atlantic Ocean. Frontiers Extreme Microbiol., 2, 263, doi:10.3389/micb.2011.00263.
  Wehrmann L.M., N. Risgaard-Petersen, H.N. Schrum, E. Walsh, Y. Huh, M. Ikehara, C. Pierre, S. D'Hondt, T.G. Ferdelman, A.C. Ravelo, K. Takahashi, C. Alvarez Zarikian and the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Expedition 323 Scientific Party. 2011. Coupled organic and inorganic carbon cycling in the deep subseafloor sediment of the northeastern Bering Sea Slope (IODP Exp. 323). Chemical Geology, 284, 251-261.
  Wehrmann, L.M., S.P. Templer, B. Brunner, S.M. Bernasconi, L. Maignien, T.G. Ferdelman. 2011. The imprint of methane seepage on the geochemical record and early diagenetic processes in cold-water coral mounds on Pen Duick Escarpment, Gulf of Cadiz. Marine Geology, 282, 118-137.
2010 Riedinger N, Brunner B, Formolo MJ, Solomon E, Kasten S, Strasser M, and Ferdelman TG. 2010, Oxidative sulfur cycling in the deep biopshere of the Nankai Trough. Geology 38: 851-854.
  Kano A, Ferdelman TG, Williams T. 2010, The Pleistocene cooling built Challenger Mound, a deep-water coral mound in the NE Atlantic: Synthesis from IODP Expedtion 307. The Sedimentary Record, 8, 4-9; doi: 10.2110/sedred.2010.4.
  Goldhammer,T., V. Brüchert, T.G. Ferdelman and M. Zabel. 2010. Microbial sequestration of phosphorus in anoxic upwelling sediments. Nature Geoscience, Advanced Online Publication, 18 July 2010, DOI: 10.1038/NGEO913
  Schwermer CU, Ferdelman TG, Stief P, Gieseke A, Rezakhani N, van Rijn J, deBeer D, Schramm A. 2010. Effect of nitrate on sulfur transformations in sulfidogenic sludge of a marine aquaculture biofilter. FEMS Microbial Ecol. 72: 476-484.
  Kamyshny A, Jr., andFerdelman TG, 2010, Dynamics of zero-valent sulfur species including polysulfides at seep sites on intertidal sand flats (Wadden Sea, North Sea) Marine Chemistry, 121:17-26.
  Riedinger N, Brunner B, Lin Y-S, Vossmeyer A, Ferdelman TG, and Jørgensen BB, 2010, Methane at the sediment-water transition in Black Sea sediments. Chemical Geology, 274: 29-37 doi:10.1016/j.chemgeo.2010.03.010.
2009 Deusner C, Meyer V and Ferdelman TG, 2009, High-pressure systems for gas phase-free continuous incubation of enriched marine microbial communities performing anaerobic oxidation of methane. Biotech. Bioeng., doi. 10.1002.bit.22553.
  Hubert C, Loy A, Nickel M, Arnosti C, Ferdelman T, Baranyi C, Christensen FM, Finster K, Vandieken V, Brüchert V, Jørgensen BB, 2009, A constant flux of diverse thermophilic bacteria into the cold Arctic seabed. Science, 325, 1541-1544.
  Fischer JP, Ferdelman TG, D’Hondt S, Røy H, Wenzhöfer F, 2009, Oxygen penetration deep into the sediment of the South Pacific gyre. Biogeosciences 6, 1467-1478.
  D’Hondt S, Spivack A, Polckalny R, Ferdelman T, Fischer J, Kallmeyer J, Abrams L, Smith D, Graham D, Hasiuk F, Schrum H, Stancin A, 2009, Subseafloor sedimentary life in the South Pacific Gyre. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., 106, 11651-116566, doi:10.1073/pnas.o811793106..
  Wehrmann LM, Knab NJ, Pirlet H., Unnithan V, Wild C, Ferdelman TG, 2009. Carbon mineralization and carbonate preservation in modern cold-water coral reef sediments on the Norwegian shelf. Biogeosciences 6, 1-18.
  Emeis K-C, Struck U, Leipe T, Ferdelman TG, 2009. Variability in upwelling intensity and nutrient regime in the coastal upwelling system offshore Namibia: results from sediment archives. Int. J. Earth Sci 98: 309-326.
  Kamyshny A, Borkenstein CG, Ferdelman TG. 2009. Protocol for quantitative detetection of elemental sulfur and polysulfide zero-valency sulfur distribution in natural aquatic samples. Geostand. Geoanal. Res., 33, doi: 10.1111/j.1751-908X.2009.00907.x.
  Webster G, Blazejak A, Cragg BA, Schippers A, Sass H, Rinna J, Tang X, Mathes F, Ferdelman, TG, Fry JC, Weightman AJ, and Parkes RJ, 2008. Subsurface microbiology and biogeochemistry of a deep, cold-wate carbonate mound from the Porcupine Seabight (IODP Expedition 307). Environmental Microbiology. 11, 239-257 doi: 10.1111/j.1462-2920.2008.01759.x.
2008 Schwermer CU, Lavik G, Abed RMM., Dunsmore B, Ferdelman TG, Stoodley P, Gieseke A., de Beer D. 2008. Impact of nitrate on the structure and function of bacterial biofilm communities in pipelines used for injection of seawater into oil fields. Appl.& Environ. Microbiol. 74:2841-285.
2007 Schaefer H, Ferdelman TG, Fossing H, and Muyzer G. 2007. Microbial diversity in the deep sediments of the Benguela Upwelling System. Aquatic Microbial Ecology, 50; 1-9; doi: 10.3354/ame01164.
  Kano A, Ferdelman TG, WilliamsT, Henriet JP, Ishikawa T, Kawagoe N, Takashima C, Kakizaki Y, Abe K, Sakai S, Browning EL, Li X & IODP Expedition 307 Scientists. 2007. Age constraints on the origin and growth history of a deep-water coral mound in NE Atlantic drille during Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Expedition 307. Geology, 35; 1051-1054, doi: 10.1130/G2317A.1.
  Aspetsberger F, Zabel M, Ferdelman T, Struck U, Mackensen A, Ahke A, and Witte U. 2007. Instantaneous benthic response to differect organic matter quality: In situ experiments in the Benguela Upwelling System. Mar. Biol. Res., Marine Biology Research, 3:342-356.
  Niggemann J, Ferdelman TG, Lomstein BA, Kallmeyer J, and Schubert CJ. 2007. How depositional conditions control input, composition, and degradation of organic matter in sediments from the Chilean coastal upwelling region. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 71: 1513-1527.
2006 Ferdelman TG, Kano A, Williams T, Henriet J-P, and the Expedition 307 Scientists. 2006. Proceedings of the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program, Vol. 307: College Station TX (IODP Management Int’l., Inc.). doi: 10.2204/iodp.proc.307.101.2006
  Werner U, Bird P, Wild C, Ferdelman T, Polercky L, Eikert G, Jonstone R, Hoegh-Guldberg O, de Beer D. 2006. Spatial patterns of aerobic and anaerobic mineralization rates and oxygen penetration dynamics in coral reef sediments (Heron Island, Australia). Marine Ecol. Prog. Ser. 309, 93-105
  Williams T, Kano A, Ferdelman TG, Henriet J-P, Abe K, Andres MS, Bjaerager M, Browning EL, Cragg BA, DeMol B, Dorschel B, Foubert A, Frank TD, Fuwa Y, Gaillot P, Gharib JJ, Greg JM, Huvenne VAI, Léonide P, Li X, Mangelsdorf K, Tanaka A., Monteys X, Novosel I, Sakai S., Samarkin VA, Sasaki K, Spivack AJ, Takashima C, Titschack J. 2006. Cold-water coral mounds revealed. EOS, Trans. AGU, 87, 525 & 535-536.
2005 Al-Horani, FA, Ferdelman, T, Al-Moghrabi, SM, and deBeer, D. 2005. Spatial distribution of calcification and photosynthesis in the scleractinian coral Galaxea fascicularis. Coral Reefs, 24, 173-180, doi:10.1007/s00338-004-0461-3.
  Parkes RJ, Webster G, Cragg BA, Weightman AJ, Newberry CJ, Ferdelman TG, Kallmeyer J, Jørgensen BB, Aiello IW, and Fry JC.. 2005. Deep sub-seafloor prokaryotes stimulated at interfaces over geological time. Nature 436, 390-394.
  Schippers A, Neretin LN, Kallmeyer J, Ferdelman TG, Cragg BA, Parkes RJ, and Jørgensen BB. 2005. Prokaryotic cells of the deep sub-seafloor biophsere identified as living bacteria. Nature 433, 861-864.
  Schubert CJ, Niggemann J, Klockgether G., and Ferdelman TG. 2005. Chlorin Index: a new parameter for organic matter freshness in sediments. Geochem. Geophys. Geosystems 6(3), doi: 10.1029/2004GC000837.
2004 de Beer D, Wenzhöfer, F, Ferdelman, TG, Boehme, SE, Huettel, M, van Beusekom, JEE, Böttcher, M, Musat, N, and Dubilier N. 2004. Transport and mineralization rates in North Sea sandy intertidal sediments, Sylt-Rømø Basin, Waddensea. Limnol. Oceanogr. 50(1), 113-127.
  D’Hondt, SD, Jørgensen BB, Miller DJ, Batzke A, Blake R, Cragg BA, Cypionka H, Dickens GR, Ferdelman T, Hinrichs K-H, Holm NG, Mitterer R, Spivack A, Wang G, Bekins B, Engelen B, Ford K, Gettemy G, Rutherford SD, Sass H, Skilbeck CG, Aiello IW, Guerin G, House C, Inagak, F, Meister P, Naehr T, Niitsuma S, Parkes RJ, Schippers A, Smith DC, Teske A, Wiegel J, Naranjo Padillo C, and Solis Acosta JL. 2004 Distributions of microbial activities in deep subseafloor sediments. Science, 306, 2216-2221.
  Emeis K-C, Brüchert V, Currie B, Endler R, Ferdelman ‚T, Kiessling A, Leipe T, Noli-Peard K, Struck U, and Vogt T. 2004. Shallow gas in shelf sediments of the Namibian Coastal Upwelling Ecosystem. Cont. Shelf Sci., 24, 627-642.
  Zopfi, J., Ferdelman, TG, Fossing, H. 2004. Distribution and fate of sulfur intermediates - sulfite, tetrathionate, thiosulfate, and elemental sulfur - in marine sediments. GSA Special Paper. Geol. Soc. America: Boulder, CO, USA pp 97-116
2003 D'Hondt, S.L., B.B. Jørgensen, D.J. Miller et al [Ferdelman]. 2003. Controls on microbial communities in deeply buried sediments, Eastern Equatorial Pacific and Peru Margin, Sites 1225-1231. Proc. ODP, Init. Repts. 201 [CD-ROM]. Website:
2001 Dubilier, N., C. Mülders, T. Ferdelman, D. deBeer, A. Pernthaler, M. Klein, M. Wagner, C. Erseus, F. Thiermann, J. Krieger, O. Giere, R. Amann (2001) Endosymbiotic sulphate-reducing and sulphide-oxidizing bacteria in a gutless marine worm (Oligochaeta, Annelida). Nature, 411, 298-302.
  Zopfi, J., T. Ferdelman, B.B. Jørgensen, A. Teske, and B. Thamdrup (2001) Influence of water column dynamics on sulfide oxidation and other major biogeochemical processes in the chemocline of Mariager Fjord (Denmark). Marine Chem., 74, 29-51.
2000 Boetius, A, Ferdelman T., Lochte K. (2000) Bacterial turnover of organic carbon in sediments of the deep Arabian Sea in relation to vertical flux. Deep-Sea Research, II 47, 2835-2875.
  Schubert, C.J., T.G. Ferdelman, and B. Strotmann (2000) Organic matter composition and sulfate reduction rates in sediments off Chile. Organic Geochem., 31, 351-361.
  Fossing H., T.G. Ferdelman, and P. Berg (2000) Sulfate reduction and methane oxidation in continental margin sediments influenced by irrigation (South-East Atlantic off Namibia). Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 64, 897-910.
1999 Schulz, H.N., T. Brinkhoff, T.G. Ferdelman, M. Hernandez Marine, A. Teske, and B.B. Jørgensen (1999) Dense populations of a giant sulfur bacterium in Namibian shelf sediments. Science, 284, 493-495.
1998 Ferdelman T.G., Fossing, H., Neumann, K., Schulz, H.D. (1998) Sulfate reduction in surface sediments of the south-east Atlantic continental margin between 15º 38' S and 27º 57'S (Angola and Namibia). Limnol Oceanogr., 44, 650-661.
  Santegoeds C.M., Ferdelman T.G., Muyzer, G. and De Beer D. (1998) Structural and furnctional dynamics of sulfate-reducing bacterium populations in biofilms. Appl. Environmental Microbiol., 64, 3731-3739.
1997 Ferdelman T.G., Lee C., Pantoja S., Harder J., Bebout, B.M. and Fossing H. (1997) Sulfate reduction and methanogenesis in a Thioploca-dominated sediment off the coast of Chile. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 61, 3065-3079.
1996 Thamdrup B., Canfield D.E., Ferdelman T.G., Glud R.N. and Gundersen, J.K. (1996) A biogeochemical survey of the anoxic basin Golfo Dulce, Costa Rica. Revista Biol. Trop. 44, Suppl. 3, 19-33.
  Church T.M., Sarin M.M., Fleisher M.Q. and Ferdelman T.G. (1996) Salt marshes: an important coastal sink for dissolved uranium. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta., 60, 3879-3887.
  Gawarkiewicz G., Ferdelman T.G., Church T.M. and Luther G.W., III (1996) Shelfbreak frontal structure on the continental shelf north of Cape Hatteras. Cont. Shelf Res. 14, 1751-1773.
  Ramsing N.B., Fossing H., Ferdelman T.G., Andersen F. and Thamdrup B. (1996) Distribution of bacterial populations in a stratified fjord (Mariager Fjord, Denmark) quantified by in situ hybridization and related to chemical gradients in the water column. Appl. Env. Microbiol. 62, 1391-1404.
1995 Vairavamurthy M.A., Wang S., Khandewal B., Manowitz B., Ferdelman T. and Fossing H. (1995) Sulfur transformation in early diagenetic sediments from the Bay of Concepcion, off Chile. In Geochemical Transformations of Sedimentary Sulfur, ACS Symposium Series 612, 38-58.
  Hussain N., Ferdelman T.G., Church T.M. and Luther, G.W., III. (1995). Bio-volatilization of polonium: results from laboratory analysis. Aquatic Geochem. 1, 175-188.
1994 Church T.M., Hussain N., Ferdelman T.G. and Fowler S.W. (1994) An efficient quantitative technique for the simultaneous analyses of radon daughters 210Pb, 210Bi and 210Po. Talanta, 41, 243-249.
1993 Green W.J., Canfield D.E., Yu S., Chave K.E., Ferdelman T.G. and Delanois G. (1993) Metal transport and release processes in Lake Vanda: the role of metal oxides. In, Green W.J. and Friedman I.J. (eds.), Physical and Biogeochemical Processes in Antarctic Lakes, Antarctic Research Series, 59, 145-163.
  Luther G.W.,III, and Ferdelman T.G. (1993) Voltammetric characterization of iron (II) sulfide complexes in laboratory solutions and in marine waters and porewaters. Env. Sci. & Tech., 27, 1154-1163.
1992 Gawarkiewicz G., Church T.M., Luther G.W., III, Ferdelman T.G. and Caruso, M. (1992) Large-scale penetration of Gulf Stream water onto the continental shelf north of Cape Hatteras. Geophys. Res. Letters, 19, 373-376.
1991 Luther, G.W., III, Ferdelman T.G., Kostka J.E., Tsamakis E.J. and Church, T.M. (1991) Temporal and spatial variability of reduced sulfur species (FeS2, S2O32) and porewater parameters in salt marsh sediments. Biogeochem. 14, 57-88.
  Ferdelman T.G., Church, T.M. and Luther, G.W., III (1991) Sulfur enrichment of humic substances in a Delaware salt marsh sediment core. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 59, 979-988.
  Luther G.W., III, Ferdelman T., Culberson C.H., Kostka J. and Wu J.-F. (1991) Iodine chemistry in the water column of the Chesapeake Bay: evidence for organic iodide forms. Est. Coast. Shelf Sci., 52, 267-279.
1989 Green W.J., Ferdelman, T.G. and Canfield D.E. (1989) Metal dynamics in Lake Vanda (Wright Valley, Antarctica). Chem. Geol. 76, 85-94.
  Green W.J., Gardner T.J., Ferdelman T.G., Angle M.P., Varner L.C., and Nixon, P. (1989) Geochemical processes in the Lake Fryxell basin (Victoria Land, Antarctica). Hydrobiol. 172, 129-148.
1988 Luther G.W., III, Ferdelman T. and Tsmaskis, E. (1988) Evidence suggesting anaerobic oxidation of the bisulfide ion in Chesapeake Bay. Estuaries 11, 281-285.
1986 Green W.J., Ferdelman T.G., Gardner T.J,. Varner L.C. and Angle M.P. (1986) Residence times of eight trace metals in a closed-basin Antarctic lake: Lake Hoare. Hydrobiol. 143, 249-255.
1984 Canfield D.E., Green W.J., Gardner T.J. and Ferdelman T. (1984) Elemental residence times in Acton Lake, Ohio. Arch. Hydrobiol. 100, 501-519.



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