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2019
Martinez-Ruiz F., Paytam A., Gonzalez-Munoz M.T, Jroundi F., Abad M.M, Lam P.J, Bishop J.KB, Horner T.J, Morton P.L, Kastner M..  2019.  Barite formation in the ocean: Origin of amorphous and crystalline precipitates. Chemical Geology. 511:441-451.
Zamanillo M., Ortega-Retuerta E., Nunes S., Estrada M., Sala M.M, Royer S.J, Lopez-Sandoval D.C, Emelianov M., Vaque D., Marrase C. et al..  2019.  Distribution of transparent exopolymer particles (TEP) in distinct regions of the Southern Ocean. 691:736-748.
2017
Yamada Y., Yokokawa T., Uchimiya M., Nishino S., Fukuda H., Ogawa H., Nagata T..  2017.  Transparent exopolymer particles (TEP) in the deep ocean: full- depth distribution patterns and contribution to the organic carbon pool. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 583:81-93.
2016
Jayarathne T., Sultana C.M, Lee C., Malfatti F., Cox J.L, Pendergraft M.A, Moore K.A, Azam F, Tivanski A.V, Cappa CD et al..  2016.  Enrichment of saccharides and divalent cations in sea spray aerosol during two phytoplankton blooms. Environmental Science & Technology. 50:11511-11520.
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