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Dr. Emma Versteegh


Dr. Emma Versteegh

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Geography and Environmental Science
University of Reading
Whiteknights
RG6 6DW Reading, United Kingdom

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Department Tel. No.: +44 (0)1183788733
Department Fax No.: +44 (0)1183786666
Department Email: ges@reading.ac.uk



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Publications

 
Date Publication
18.12.2012 Article: Oxygen isotope ratios in the shell of Mytilus edulis: archives of glacier meltwater in Greenland?
Versteegh, E. A. A. Blicher, M. E. Mortensen, J. Rysgaard, S. Als, T. D. Wanamaker Jr., A. D.
Biogeosciences, 9, 5231-5241
DOI: 10.5194/bg-9-5231-2012
09.2011 Article: Can shells of freshwater mussels (Unionidae) be used to estimate low summer discharge of rivers and associated droughts
Versteegh, E.A.A., Vonhof, H.B., Troelstra, S.R., Kroon, D.
International Journal of Earth Sciences, 100(6), 1423-1432
DOI: 10.1007/s00531-010-0551-0
08.2011 Article: Periodic time series modeling of environmental proxy records with guaranteed positive growth rate estimation
Beelaerts, V., Bauwens, M., Versteegh, E.A.A., Dehairs, F., Pintelon, R.
Mathematical Geosciences, 43(6), 635-662
DOI: 10.1007/s11004-011-9352-7
03.02.2011 Article: Analysis of δ15N values in mollusk shell organic matrix by elemental analysis/isotope ratio mass spectrometry without acidification: an evaluation and effects of long-term preservation
# Emma A. A. Versteegh, David P. Gillikin, Frank Dehairs
Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry, 25(5), 675-680
DOI: 10.1002/rcm.4905
26.08.2010 Article: Seasonally resolved growth of freshwater bivalves determined by oxygen and carbon isotope shell chemistry
Versteegh, E.A.A., Vonhof, H.B., Troelstra, S.R., Kaandorp, R.J.G., Kroon, D.
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 11, 16
DOI: 10.1029/2009GC002961
07.2010 Article: A molluscan perspective on hydrological cycle dynamics in northwestern Europe
Versteegh, E.A.A., Vonhof, H.B., Troelstra, S.R., Kroon, D.
Netherlands Journal of Geosciences, 89, 49-58
01.08.2009 Article: Oxygen isotopic composition of bivalve seasonal growth increments and ambient water in the rivers Rhine and Meuse
E. A. A. Versteegh, S. R. Troelstra, H. B. Vonhof, D. Kroon
Palaios, 24(8), 497-504
DOI: 10.2110/palo.2008.p08-071r

Latest Blog Posts

  • 30.12.2014: 2014 in review

    The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,500 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it … Continue reading
    Source: Silent witnesses

  • 30.12.2014: 2014 in review

    The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,500 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it … Continue reading
    Source: Silent witnesses

  • 24.11.2014: NASA: Extreme shrimp may hold clues to alien life

    Originally posted on fox13now.com:
    Shrimp crawling around rock chimneys spewing hot water deep in the Caribbean Sea may hold clues to the kinds of life that can thrive in extreme environments on other planets, NASA says. The shrimp…
    Source: Silent witnesses

  • 24.11.2014: NASA: Extreme shrimp may hold clues to alien life

    Originally posted on fox13now.com:
    Shrimp crawling around rock chimneys spewing hot water deep in the Caribbean Sea may hold clues to the kinds of life that can thrive in extreme environments on other planets, NASA says. The shrimp…
    Source: Silent witnesses

  • 21.11.2014: Extreme Shrimp May Hold Clues to Alien Life

    Originally posted on Emma Versteegh:
    Shrimp called Rimicaris hybisae at deep hydrothermal vents in the Caribbean seem to have different dietary habits depending on the proximity of other shrimp. Those who live in dense clusters like this one live off…
    Source: Silent witnesses

  • 21.11.2014: Extreme Shrimp May Hold Clues to Alien Life

    Originally posted on Emma Versteegh:
    Shrimp called Rimicaris hybisae at deep hydrothermal vents in the Caribbean seem to have different dietary habits depending on the proximity of other shrimp. Those who live in dense clusters like this one live off…
    Source: Silent witnesses


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Tags

Sclerochronology, Biogeochemistry, Biogeosciences, Stable Isotopes & Other Tracers, Geosciences, Earth System Science, Soil Science, Marine Biogeochemistry, Stable Water Isotopes, stable carbon isotopes, Freshwater