Alexandre Bagnoud
Alexandre Bagnoud
Membratec SA, Sierre, Switzerland
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Reconstructing a hydrogen-driven microbial metabolic network in Opalinus Clay rock
A Bagnoud, K Chourey, RL Hettich, I De Bruijn, AF Andersson, OX Leupin, ...
Nature communications 7 (1), 1-10, 2016
732016
Geochemical control on uranium (IV) mobility in a mining-impacted wetland
Y Wang, A Bagnoud, E Suvorova, E McGivney, L Chesaux, ...
Environmental science & technology 48 (17), 10062-10070, 2014
342014
Arsenic methylation dynamics in a rice paddy soil anaerobic enrichment culture
MC Reid, J Maillard, A Bagnoud, L Falquet, P Le Vo, R Bernier-Latmani
Environmental science & technology 51 (18), 10546-10554, 2017
322017
Fifteen years of microbiological investigation in Opalinus Clay at the Mont Terri rock laboratory (Switzerland)
OX Leupin, R Bernier-Latmani, A Bagnoud, H Moors, N Leys, K Wouters, ...
Mont Terri Rock Laboratory, 20 Years, 345-356, 2018
282018
A minimalistic microbial food web in an excavated deep subsurface clay rock
A Bagnoud, I De Bruijn, AF Andersson, N Diomidis, OX Leupin, B Schwyn, ...
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 92 (1), 2016
252016
Archaeal nitrification is a key driver of high nitrous oxide emissions from arctic peatlands
HMP Siljanen, RJE Alves, JG Ronkainen, RE Lamprecht, HR Bhattarai, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 137, 107539, 2019
172019
Rates of microbial hydrogen oxidation and sulfate reduction in Opalinus Clay rock
A Bagnoud, O Leupin, B Schwyn, R Bernier-Latmani
Applied Geochemistry 72, 42-50, 2016
172016
Microbial metabolism in the deep subsurface: 1 case study of Opalinus Clay
A Bagnoud
PhD. EPFL, Faculté de l'Environnement Naturel, Architectural et Construit …, 2015
62015
Anammox in terrestrial ecosystems: Distribution, diversity and activity
Á Zopfi, S Humbert, A Bagnoud, S Tarnawski, F Conen, B Seth
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta Supplement 73, A1538, 2009
52009
Fifteen years of microbiological investigation in Opalinus Clay: a potential host rock for geologic radioactive waste depository
OX Leupin, R Bernier-Latmani, A Bagnoud, H Moors, N Leys, K Wouters, ...
Swiss Journal of Geosciences 110 (ARTICLE), 343-354, 2017
22017
Microbiologically mediated processes in a repository sited in a clay host rock
B Schwyn, OX Leupin, A Bagnoud, R Bernier-Latmani
22012
A global perspective on microbial diversity in the terrestrial deep subsurface
A Soares, A Edwards, D An, A Bagnoud, M Bomberg, K Budwill, ...
bioRxiv, 602672, 2019
12019
Linking 16S rRNA Gene Classification to amoA Gene Taxonomy Reveals Environmental Distribution of Ammonia-Oxidizing Archaeal Clades in Peatland Soils
H Wang, A Bagnoud, RI Ponce-Toledo, M Kerou, M Weil, C Schleper, ...
Msystems 6 (4), e00546-21, 2021
2021
Microbial Ecology of Methanotrophy in Streams Along a Gradient of CH4 Availability
A Bagnoud, P Pramateftaki, MJ Bogard, TJ Battin, H Peter
Frontiers in microbiology 11, 771, 2020
2020
Environmental factors determining distribution and activity of anammox bacteria in minerotrophic fen soils
A Bagnoud, S Guye-Humbert, B Schloter-Hai, M Schloter, J Zopfi
FEMS microbiology ecology 96 (2), fiz191, 2020
2020
Nitrification by archaea fuels high nitrous oxide emissions from arctic peatlands
H Siljanen, R Alves, J Ronkainen, R Lamprecht, HR Bhattarai, A Bagnoud, ...
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 18088, 2019
2019
\textbf {Nitrification by archaea fuels high nitrous oxide emissions from arctic peatlands}.
H Siljanen, R Alves, J Ronkainen, R Lamprecht, HR Bhattarai, A Bagnoud, ...
Geophysical Research Abstracts 21, 2019
2019
Methanotrophy in surface sediments of streams
A Bagnoud, P Pramateftaki, H Peter, T Battin
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 14088, 2017
2017
3 NAGRA, National Cooperative for the Disposal of Radioactive Waste, Hardstrasse 73, Wettingen, 5430, Switzerland
A Bagnoud, O Leupin, B Schwyn, R Bernier-Latmani
2016
Microbial metabolism in the deep subsurface
A Bagnoud
EPFL, 2015
2015
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