Richard D Pancost
Richard D Pancost
Professor of Earth Sciences, University of Bristol
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Analysis of intact tetraether lipids in archaeal cell material and sediments by high performance liquid chromatography/atmospheric pressure chemical ionization mass spectrometry
EC Hopmans, S Schouten, RD Pancost, M Meer, SDJS 2000)
Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 14, 585-589, 2000
Quantifying the degradation of organic matter in marine sediments: a review and synthesis
S Arndt, BB J°rgensen, DE LaRowe, JJ Middelburg, RD Pancost, ...
Earth-science reviews 123, 53-86, 2013
Membrane lipids of mesophilic anaerobic bacteria thriving in peats have typical archaeal traits
JWH Weijers, S Schouten, EC Hopmans, JA Geenevasen, ORP David, ...
Environ. Microbiol 8, 648-657, 2006
Consistent fractionation of d13C in nature and in the laboratory: Growth-rate effects in some haptophyte algae
RR Bidigare, A Fluegge, KH Freeman, KL Hanson, JM Hayes, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 11 (2), 279-292, 1997
Alkenone and boron-based Pliocene pCO2 records
O Seki, GL Foster, DN Schmidt, A Mackensen, K Kawamura, RD Pancost
Earth Planet. Sc. Lett. 292, 201–211, 2010
Alkenone and boron-based Pliocene pCO2 records
O Seki, GL Foster, DN Schmidt, A Mackensen, K Kawamura, RD Pancost
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 292 (1-2), 201-211, 2010
Widespread occurrence of structurally diverse tetraether membrane lipids: evidence for the ubiquitous presence of low-temperature relatives of hyperthermophiles
S Schouten, EC Hopmans, RD Pancost, JSS DamstÚ
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 97 (26), 14421, 2000
Stable warm tropical climate through the Eocene Epoch
PN Pearson, BE Van Dongen, CJ Nicholas, RD Pancost, S Schouten, ...
Geology 35 (3), 211, 2007
Two episodes of microbial change coupled with Permo/Triassic faunal mass extinction
S Xie, RD Pancost, H Yin, H Wang, RP Evershed
Nature 434 (7032), 494-497, 2005
Biomarker evidence for widespread anaerobic methane oxidation in Mediterranean sediments by a consortium of methanogenic archaea and bacteria
R Pancost, JSS DamstÚ, S de Lint, M van der Maarel, JC Gottschal, ...
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 66, 1126-1136, 2000
CH4-consuming microorganisms and the formation of carbonate crusts at cold seeps
G Aloisi, I Bouloubassi, SK Heijs, RD Pancost, C Pierre, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 203 (1), 195-203, 2002
Massive expansion of marine archaea during a mid-Cretaceous oceanic anoxic event
MMM Kuypers, P Blokker, J Erbacher, H Kinkel, RD Pancost, S Schouten, ...
Science 293 (5527), 92, 2001
The palaeoclimatic utility of terrestrial biomarkers in marine sediments
RD Pancost, CS Boot
Marine chemistry 92 (1-4), 239-261, 2004
Enhanced productivity led to increased organic carbon burial in the euxinic North Atlantic basin during the late Cenomanian oceanic anoxic event
MMM Kuypers, RD Pancost, IA Nijenhuis, JS Sinninghe DamstÚ
Paleoceanography 17 (4), 1051, 2002
Biomarkers as proxies for plant inputs to peats: an example from a sub-boreal ombrotrophic bog
RD Pancost, M Baas, B van Geel, JSS DamstÚ
Organic geochemistry 33 (7), 675-690, 2002
Archaeal lipids in Mediterranean cold seeps: molecular proxies for anaerobic methane oxidation
RD Pancost, EC Hopmans, JS Sinninghe Damste, JM Woodside, ...
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 65 (10), 1611-1627, 2001
A large and abrupt fall in atmospheric CO2 concentration during Cretaceous times
MMM Kuypers, RD Pancost, JS Sinninghe DamstÚ
Nature 399 (May), 27-30, 1999
Newly discovered non-isoprenoid glycerol dialkylglycerol tetraether lipids in sediments
JSS DamstÚ, EC Hopmans, RD Pancost, S Schouten, JAJ Geenevasen
Chem. Commun., 1683-1684, 2000
A comparative study of lipids in Sphagnum species
M Baas, R Pancost, B van Geel, JSS DamstÚ
Organic Geochemistry 31 (6), 535-541, 2000
Plio-Pleistocene climate sensitivity evaluated using high-resolution CO2 records
MA MartÝnez-BotÝ, GL Foster, TB Chalk, EJ Rohling, PF Sexton, DJ Lunt, ...
Nature 518 (7537), 49-54, 2015
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