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Comparative analysis of methane-oxidizing archaea and sulfate-reducing bacteria in anoxic marine sediments
VJ Orphan, KU Hinrichs, W Ussler III, CK Paull, LT Taylor, SP Sylva, ...
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 67 (4), 1922-1934, 2001
7022001
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
6601984
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
6451996
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
5621997
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
5151997
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
4981999
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
3631991
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
2761995
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
2711995
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
2642007
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, 361-375, 1992
2621992
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
2461996
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
2371997
Gas hydrate sampling on the Blake Ridge and Carolina Rise
CK PAULL
Proc. ODP, Initial Reports, College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 1996
237*1996
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
2161998
1. Leg 164 overview
CK Paull, R Matsumoto
Proceedings of the ocean drilling program. Scientific Results 164, 3-10, 2000
1962000
How are subaqueous sediment density flows triggered, what is their internal structure and how does it evolve? Direct observations from monitoring of active flows
PJ Talling, CK Paull, DJW Piper
Earth-Science Reviews 125, 244-287, 2013
1942013
Marine gas hydrates, II Geophysical evidence
WP Dillon
Natural gas hydrates: Properties, occurrence and recovery, 73-90, 1983
1851983
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
1841997
Physiography of the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary and implications about continental margin development
HG Greene, NM Maher, CK Paull
Marine Geology 181 (1-3), 55-82, 2002
1832002
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