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Prof. Patching, John W.
www.nuigalway.ie/microbiology/dr__john_w__patching.html, personal home page

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    National University of Ireland Galway (NUI Galway), more
    Function: Academic Staff Member

    Direct contact at institute:
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  • BIOdiversity and ecosystem FUNctioning in contrasting southern European deep-sea environments: from viruses to megafauna, more

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    ( 1 peer reviewed ) split up
  • Dullo, W.-Chr.; van Weering, T.C.E.; Henriet, J.-P.; Bett, B.; Billett, D.; Gooday, A.; Wolff, G.; Patching, J. W.; White, M.; Grehan, A.; Wheeler, A.; Collony, N.; Mienert, J.; Blamart, D.; Labeyrie, L.; Paterne, M.; Ayliffe, L. K.; Hebbeln, D.; Wefer, G. (2000). Carbonate mounds along the European continental margin: Implications for environmental control on their formation, in: EurOcean 2000, the European Conference on Marine Science and Ocean Technology, Hamburg, 29 August - 2 September 2000. Project synopses: I. Marine processes, ecosystems and interactions. pp. 281-285, more
  • Peer reviewed article Henriet, J.-P.; De Mol, B.; Dullo, W.-Chr.; Freiwald, A.; Joergensen, B.B.; Parkes, J.; Patching, J. W. (2000). Modern carbonate mounds on Europe's Margin: Preparing the Porcupine Scientific Drilling Project. Eos, Trans. (Wash. D.C.) 81(48): F627, more
  • Henriet, J.-P.; De Mol, B.; Dullo, W.-Chr.; Freiwald, A.; Joergensen, B.B.; Parkes, J.; Patching, J. W. (2001). Deciphering the messages of carbonate mounds: The Porcupine Scientific Drilling Project. J. Conf. Abstr. 6(1): 750, more

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