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Ten exemplary, recent publications (2014 - 2019)
Arrieta, J. M., E. Mayol, R. L. Hansman, G. J. Herndl, T. Dittmar, and C. M. Duarte (2015) Ocean chemistry: Dilution limits dissolved organic carbon utilization in the deep ocean. Science 348: 331-333.
Bao H, Niggemann J, Luo L, Dittmar T, and Kao S-J (2017) Aerosols as a source of dissolved black carbon to the ocean. Nature Communications 8: 510.
Hawkes, J. A., P. E. Rossel, A. Stubbins, D. Butterfield, D. P. Connelly, E. P. Achterberg, A. Koschinsky, V. Chavagnac, C. T. Hansen, W. Bach, and T. Dittmar (2015) Efficient removal of recalcitrant deep-ocean dissolved organic matter during hydrothermal circulation. Nature Geoscience 8: 856-860.
Mentges A, Feenders C, Seibt M, Blasius B, and Dittmar T (2017) Functional molecular diversity of marine dissolved organic matter is reduced during degradation. Frontiers in Marine Science 4: 194.
Osterholz, H., G. Singer, B. Wemheuer, R. Daniel, M. Simon, J. Niggemann, and T. Dittmar (2016) Deciphering associations between dissolved organic molecules and bacterial communities in a pelagic marine system. ISME Journal 10: 1717-1730.
Osterholz, H., J. Niggemann, H. A. Giebel, M. Simon, and T. Dittmar (2015) Inefficient microbial production of refractory dissolved organic matter in the ocean. Nature Communications 6: 7422.
* Pohlabeln AM, Gomez-Saez GV, Noriega-Ortega BE, and Dittmar T (2017) Experimental evidence for abiotic sulfurization of marine dissolved organic matter. Frontiers in Marine Science 4: 364.
Walter SRS, Jaekel U, Osterholz H, Fisher AT, Huber JA, Pearson A, Dittmar T, and Girguis PR (2018) Microbial decomposition of marine dissolved organic matter in cool oceanic crust. Nature Geoscience 11: 334-339.
Zark M, and Dittmar T (2018) Universal molecular structures in natural dissolved organic matter. Nature Communications 9: 3178.
Zark, M., U. Riebesell, and T. Dittmar (2015) Effects of ocean acidification on marine dissolved organic matter are not detectable over the succession of phytoplankton blooms. Science Advances 1: e1500531.
*awarded with the Paul Crutzen Prize 2018 (Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker, GdCh)