Charles Paull
Charles Paull
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Comparative analysis of methane-oxidizing archaea and sulfate-reducing bacteria in anoxic marine sediments
VJ Orphan, KU Hinrichs, W Ussler, CK Paull, LT Taylor, SP Sylva, ...
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 67 (4), 1922-1934, 2001
6622001
Biological communities at the Florida Escarpment resemble hydrothermal vent taxa
CK Paull, B Hecker, R Commeau, RP Freeman-Lynde, C Neumann, ...
Science 226 (4677), 965-967, 1984
6291984
Marine pore-water sulfate profiles indicate in situ methane flux from underlying gas hydrate
WS Borowski, CK Paull, W Ussler III
Geology 24 (7), 655-658, 1996
5741996
Carbon isotopes in biological carbonates: respiration and photosynthesis
TA McConnaughey, J Burdett, JF Whelan, CK Paull
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 61 (3), 611-622, 1997
5391997
Direct measurement of in situ methane quantities in a large gas-hydrate reservoir
GR Dickens, CK Paull, P Wallace
Nature 385 (6615), 426-428, 1997
4841997
Global and local variations of interstitial sulfate gradients in deep-water, continental margin sediments: Sensitivity to underlying methane and gas hydrates
WS Borowski, CK Paull, W Ussler Iii
Marine Geology 159 (1-4), 131-154, 1999
4441999
Is the extent of glaciation limited by marine gas‐hydrates?
CK Paull, W Ussler III, WP Dillon
Geophysical Research Letters 18 (3), 432-434, 1991
3551991
Gas hydrate sampling on the Blake Ridge and Carolina Rise
CK Paull
Proc. ODP, Initial Reports, College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 1996
288*1996
Late Paleocene to Eocene paleoceanography of the equatorial Pacific Ocean: stable isotopes recorded at ocean drilling program site 865, Allison Guyot
TJ Bralower, JC Zachos, E Thomas, M Parrow, CK Paull, DC Kelly, ...
Paleoceanography 10 (4), 841-865, 1995
2731995
Methane-rich plumes on the Carolina continental rise: associations with gas hydrates
CK Paull, W Ussler III, WS Borowski, FN Spiess
Geology 23 (1), 89-92, 1995
2551995
Indicators of methane-derived carbonates and chemosynthetic organic carbon deposits; examples from the Florida Escarpment
CK Paull, JP Chanton, AC Neumann, JA Coston, CS Martens, W Showers
Palaios 7 (4), 361-375, 1992
2551992
Increased continental-margin slumping frequency during sea-level lowstands above gas hydrate–bearing sediments
CK Paull, WJ Buelow, W Ussler III, WS Borowski
Geology 24 (2), 143-146, 1996
2331996
Authigenic carbonate formation at hydrocarbon seeps in continental margin sediments: a comparative study
TH Naehr, P Eichhubl, VJ Orphan, M Hovland, CK Paull, W Ussler III, ...
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 54 (11-13), 1268-1291, 2007
2292007
Mid-Cretaceous strontium-isotope stratigraphy of deep-sea sections
TJ Bralower, PD Fullagar, CK Paull, GS Dwyer, RM Leckie
Geological Society of America Bulletin 109 (11), 1421-1442, 1997
2161997
The Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary cocktail: Chicxulub impact triggers margin collapse and extensive sediment gravity flows
TJ Bralower, CK Paull, R Mark Leckie
Geology 26 (4), 331-334, 1998
1991998
Stable isotope evidence for chemosynthesis in an abyssal seep community
CK Paull, AJT Jull, LJ Toolin, T Linick
Nature 317 (6039), 709-711, 1985
1851985
1. Leg 164 overview
CK Paull, R Matsumoto
Proceedings of the ocean drilling program. Scientific Results 164, 3-10, 2000
1842000
Sources of biogenic methane to form marine gas hydrates: In situ production or upward migration?
CK Paull, W Ussler III, WS Borowski
North Carolina Univ., Chapel Hill, NC (United States), 1993
1731993
Carbon cycling within the upper methanogenic zone of continental rise sediments; an example from the methane-rich sediments overlying the Blake Ridge gas hydrate deposits
WS Borowski, CK Paull, W Ussler III
Marine Chemistry 57 (3-4), 299-311, 1997
1721997
Caught in the act: the 20 December 2001 gravity flow event in Monterey Canyon
CK Paull, W Ussler, HG Greene, R Keaten, P Mitts, J Barry
Geo-Marine Letters 22 (4), 227-232, 2002
1712002
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