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2020

Marin-Carbonne, Johanna and Busigny, Vincent and Miot, Jennyfer and Rollion-Bard, Claire and Muller, Elodie and Drabon, Nadja and Jacob, Damien and Pont, Sylvain and Robyr, Martin and Bontognali, Tomaso R. R. and Francois, Camille and Reynaud, Stephanie and Van Zuilen, Mark and Philippot, Pascal. (2020) In Situ Fe and S isotope analyses in pyrite from the 3.2 Ga Mendon Formation (Barberton Greenstone Belt, South Africa): Evidence for early microbial iron reduction. Geobiology, 18 (3). pp. 306-325.

2019

Bontognali, Tomaso R. R.. (2019) Anoxygenic phototrophs and the forgotten art of making dolomite. Geology, 47 (6). pp. 591-592.

Al Disi, Zulfa Ali and Bontognali, Tomaso R. R. and Jaoua, Samir and Attia, Essam and Al-Kuwari, Hamad Al Saad and Zouari, Nabil. (2019) Influence of temperature, salinity and Mg2+:Ca2+ ratio on microbially-mediated formation of Mg-rich carbonates by Virgibacillus strains isolated from a sabkha environment. Scientific Reports, 9 (1). p. 19633.

Müller, Inigo A. and Rodriguez-Blanco, Juan D. and Storck, Julian-Christopher and do Nascimento, Gabriela Santilli and Bontognali, Tomaso R. R. and Vasconcelos, Crisogono and Benning, Liane G. and Bernasconi, Stefano M.. (2019) Calibration of the oxygen and clumped isotope thermometers for (proto-)dolomite based on synthetic and natural carbonates. Chemical Geology, 525. pp. 1-17.

Shalev, Netta and Bontognali, Tomaso R. R. and Wheat, C. Geoffrey and Vance, Derek. (2019) New isotope constraints on the Mg oceanic budget point to cryptic modern dolomite formation. Nature Communications, 10. p. 5646.

Al Disi, Zulfa Ali and Zouari, Nabil and Dittrich, Maria and Jaoua, Samir and Al-Kuwari, Hamad Al Saad and Bontognali, Tomaso R. R.. (2019) Characterization of the extracellular polymeric substances (EPS) of Virgibacillus strains capable of mediating the formation of high Mg-calcite and protodolomite. Marine Chemistry, 216. p. 103693.