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Geophysical surveys add value to biogeochemical studies because of their ability to characterize systems remotely, and their precise time resolution. One limitation, however, is their lack of biogeochemical process specificity. Here, electrochemical time series from an ... View more
Abdel Aal, G., E. Atekwana, S. Radzikowski, and S. Rossbach (2009), Effect of bacterial adsorption on low frequency electrical properties of clean quartz sands and iron-oxide coated sands, Geophysical Research Letters, 36(4), doi: 10.1029/2008gl036196.
Abdel Aal, G. Z., E. A. Atekwana, L. D. Slater, and E. A. Atekwana (2004), Effects of microbial processes on electrolytic and interfacial electrical properties of unconsolidated sediments, Geophysical Research Letters, 31(12), n/a-n/a, doi: 10.1029/2004gl020030.
Atekwana, E. A., and E. A. Atekwana (2009), Geophysical Signatures of Microbial Activity at Hydrocarbon Contaminated Sites: A Review, Surveys in Geophysics, 31(2), 247-283, doi: 10.1007/s10712-009-9089-8.
Atekwana, E. A., E. Atekwana, F. D. Legall, and R. V. Krishnamurthy (2004), Field evidence for geophysical detection of subsurface zones of enhanced microbial activity, Geophysical Research Letters, 31(23), doi: 10.1029/2004gl021576.
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Beaver, C. L., A. E. Williams, E. A. Atekwana, F. M. Mewafy, G. Abdel Aal, L. D. Slater, and S. Rossbach (2015), Microbial Communities Associated with Zones of Elevated Magnetic Susceptibility in Hydrocarbon-Contaminated Sediments, Geomicrobiology Journal, 33(5), 441-452, doi: 10.1080/01490451.2015.1049676.
Cameron, E. M., S. M. Hamilton, M. I. Leybourne, and G. E. M. Hall (2004), Finding deeply buried deposits using geochemistry, Geochemistry: Exploration, Environment, Analysis, 4, 7-32.
Corry, C. E. (1985), Spontaneous polarization associated with porphyry sulfide mineralization, Geophysics, 50(6), 1020-1034.
Davis, C. A., E. Atekwana, E. Atekwana, L. D. Slater, S. Rossbach, and M. R. Mormile (2006), Microbial growth and biofilm formation in geologic media is detected with complex conductivity measurements, Geophysical Research Letters, 33(L18403), doi: 0.1029/2006GL027312.