Peter Kraal
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Pyrite oxidation during sample storage determines phosphorus fractionation in carbonate-poor anoxic sediments
P Kraal, CP Slomp, A Forster, MMM Kuypers, A Sluijs
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 73 (11), 3277-3290, 2009
Iron monosulfide accumulation and pyrite formation in eutrophic estuarine sediments
P Kraal, ED Burton, RT Bush
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 122, 75-88, 2013
Sedimentary phosphorus and iron cycling in and below the oxygen minimum zone of the northern Arabian Sea
P Kraal, CP Slomp, DC Reed, GJ Reichart, SW Poulton
Biogeosciences 9, 2603-2624, 2012
Sulfate availability drives divergent evolution of arsenic speciation during microbially mediated reductive transformation of schwertmannite
ED Burton, SG Johnston, P Kraal, RT Bush, S Claff
Environmental science & technology 47 (5), 2221-2229, 2013
Phosphorus cycling from the margin to abyssal depths in the proto-Atlantic during oceanic anoxic event 2
P Kraal, CP Slomp, A Forster, MMM Kuypers
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 295 (1-2), 42-54, 2010
Copper complexation by tannic acid in aqueous solution
P Kraal, B Jansen, KGJ Nierop, JM Verstraten
Chemosphere 65 (11), 2193-2198, 2006
Anaerobic oxidation of methane alters sediment records of sulfur, iron and phosphorus in the Black Sea
M Egger, P Kraal, T Jilbert, F Sulu-Gambari, CJ Sapart, T Röckmann, ...
Biogeosciences 13 (18), 5333-5355, 2016
Sedimentary iron–phosphorus cycling under contrasting redox conditions in a eutrophic estuary
P Kraal, ED Burton, AL Rose, BD Kocar, RS Lockhart, K Grice, RT Bush, ...
Chemical Geology 392, 19-31, 2015
Phosphorus burial in sediments of the sulfidic deep Black Sea: Key roles for adsorption by calcium carbonate and apatite authigenesis
P Kraal, N Dijkstra, T Behrends, CP Slomp
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 204, 140-158, 2017
Are iron-phosphate minerals a sink for phosphorus in anoxic Black Sea sediments?
N Dijkstra, P Kraal, MMM Kuypers, B Schnetger, CP Slomp
PLoS ONE 9 (7), e101139, 2014
Magnetic properties of uncultivated magnetotactic bacteria and their contribution to a stratified estuary iron cycle
AP Chen, VM Berounsky, MK Chan, MG Blackford, C Cady, ...
Nature Communications 5, 5797, 2014
Sedimentary organic carbon to phosphorus ratios as a redox proxy in Quaternary records from the Mediterranean
P Kraal, CP Slomp, GJ de Lange
Chemical Geology 277 (1-2), 167-177, 2010
Decoupling between water column oxygenation and benthic phosphate dynamics in a shallow eutrophic estuary
P Kraal, ED Burton, AL Rose, MD Cheetham, RT Bush, LA Sullivan
Environmental science & technology 47 (7), 3114-3121, 2013
Carbon respiration and nitrogen dynamics in Corsican pine litter amended with aluminium and tannins
P Kraal, KGJ Nierop, J Kaal, A Tietema
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 41 (11), 2318-2327, 2009
The shelf-to-basin iron shuttle in the Black Sea revisited
WK Lenstra, M Hermans, MJM Séguret, R Witbaard, T Behrends, ...
Chemical Geology 511, 314-341, 2019
Cycles of trace elements and isotopes in the ocean-GEOTRACES and beyond: The shelf-to-basin iron shuttle in the Black Sea revisited
WK Lenstra, M Hermans, MJM Séguret, R Witbaard, T Behrends, ...
Characterization of phosphorus species in sediments from the Arabian Sea oxygen minimum zone: Combining sequential extractions and X-ray spectroscopy
P Kraal, BC Bostick, T Behrends, GJ Reichart, CP Slomp
Marine Chemistry 168, 1-8, 2015
Rapid and extensive alteration of phosphorus speciation during oxic storage of wet sediment samples
P Kraal, CP Slomp
PLoS ONE 9 (5), e96859, 2014
Phosphorus dynamics in and below the redoxcline in the Black Sea and implications for phosphorus burial
N Dijkstra, P Kraal, MJM Séguret, MR Flores, S Gonzalez, ...
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 222, 685-703, 2018
A first step towards identification of tannin-derived black carbon: Conventional pyrolysis (Py–GC–MS) and thermally assisted hydrolysis and methylation (THM–GC–MS) of charred …
J Kaal, KGJ Nierop, P Kraal, CM Preston
Organic Geochemistry 47, 99-108, 2012
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