Daniel Repeta
Daniel Repeta
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Improved HPLC method for the analysis of chlorophylls and carotenoids from marine phytoplankton
SW Wright, SW Jeffrey, RFC Mantoura, CA Llewellyn, T Bj°rnland, ...
Marine ecology progress series, 183-196, 1991
12641991
Dissolved organic matter in the ocean: A controversy stimulates new insights
DA Hansell, CA Carlson, DJ Repeta, R Schlitzer
Oceanography 22 (4), 202-211, 2009
5702009
Seasonal and annual fluxes of nutrients and organic matter from large rivers to the Arctic Ocean and surrounding seas
RM Holmes, JW McClelland, BJ Peterson, SE Tank, E Bulygina, ...
Estuaries and Coasts 35 (2), 369-382, 2012
4092012
A major biopolymeric component to dissolved organic carbon in surface sea water
LI Aluwihare, DJ Repeta, RF Chen
Nature 387 (6629), 166-169, 1997
3911997
The relationship between δ13C of organic matter and [CO2 (aq)] in ocean surface water: data from a JGOFS site in the northeast Atlantic Ocean and a model
GH Rau, T Takahashi, DJ Des Marais, DJ Repeta, JH Martin
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 56 (3), 1413-1419, 1992
3191992
Microbial community transcriptomes reveal microbes and metabolic pathways associated with dissolved organic matter turnover in the sea
J McCarren, JW Becker, DJ Repeta, Y Shi, CR Young, RR Malmstrom, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (38), 16420-16427, 2010
3102010
The pigments of Prochlorococcus marinus: The presence of divinylchlorophyll a and b in a marine procaryote
G Ralf, DJ Repeta
Limnology and Oceanography 37 (2), 425-433, 1992
3061992
Oligotrophy and nitrogen fixation during eastern Mediterranean sapropel events
JP Sachs, DJ Repeta
Science 286 (5449), 2485-2488, 1999
2691999
A comparison of the chemical characteristics of oceanic DOM and extracellular DOM produced by marine algae
LI Aluwihare, DJ Repeta
Marine Ecology Progress Series 186, 105-117, 1999
2641999
Evidence for anoxygenic photosynthesis from the distribution of bacterio-chlorophylls in the Black Sea
DJ Repeta, DJ Simpson, BB Jorgensen, HW Jannasch
Nature 342 (6245), 69-72, 1989
2511989
Chlorophylls a and b and divinyl chlorophylls a and b in the open subtropical North Atlantic Ocean
DJR Ralf Goericke
Marine Ecology Progress Series 101, 307-313.1993, 1993
2191993
Chemical characterization of high molecular weight dissolved organic matter in fresh and marine waters
DJ Repeta, TM Quan, LI Aluwihare, AM Accardi
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 66 (6), 955-962, 2002
1992002
Two chemically distinct pools of organic nitrogen accumulate in the ocean
LI Aluwihare, DJ Repeta, S Pantoja, CG Johnson
Science 308 (5724), 1007-1010, 2005
1722005
Biosynthetic origins and assignments of carbon 13 NMR peaks of brevetoxin B
MS Lee, DJ Repeta, K Nakanishi, MG Zagorski
Journal of the American Chemical Society 108 (24), 7855-7856, 1986
1441986
Chemical composition and cycling of dissolved organic matter in the Mid-Atlantic Bight
LI Aluwihare, DJ Repeta, RF Chen
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 49 (20), 4421-4437, 2002
1422002
Deciphering ocean carbon in a changing world
MA Moran, EB Kujawinski, A Stubbins, R Fatland, LI Aluwihare, A Buchan, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (12), 3143-3151, 2016
1412016
Stable isotope constraints on the nitrogen cycle of the Mediterranean Sea water column
S Pantoja, DJ Repeta, JP Sachs, DM Sigman
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 49 (9), 1609-1621, 2002
1382002
Marine methane paradox explained by bacterial degradation of dissolved organic matter
DJ Repeta, S Ferrˇn, OA Sosa, CG Johnson, LD Repeta, M Acker, ...
Nature Geoscience 9 (12), 884-887, 2016
1282016
Nitrogen and carbon isotopic ratios of chlorophyll from marine phytoplankton
JP Sachs, DJ Repeta, R Goericke
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 63 (9), 1431-1441, 1999
1241999
Carotenoid diagenesis in recent marine sediments: II. Degradation of fucoxanthin to loliolide
DJ Repeta
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 53 (3), 699-707, 1989
1241989
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