Gisela Gerdes

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  • 2008-05 Bio-sedimentary structures evolving from the interaction of microbial mats, burrowing beetles and the physical environment of Tunisian coastal sabkhas in SENCKENBERGIANA MARITIMA
  • 2007-09 States of biogenic bedding as records of the interplay of ecologic time and environment (a case study of modern siliciclastic sediments, Mellum Island, southern North Sea) in SENCKENBERGIANA MARITIMA
  • 2005-04 Bryozoans and microbial communities of cool-temperate to subtropical latitudes—paleoecological implications in FACIES
  • 2005-04 Bryozoans and microbial communities of cool-temperate to subtropical latitudes—paleoecological implications in FACIES
  • 2003-08 Growth aspects of Flustra foliacea(Bryozoa, Cheilostomata) in laboratory culture in HYDROBIOLOGIA
  • 2003 Growth aspects of Flustra foliacea (Bryozoa, Cheilostomata) in laboratory culture in MIGRATIONS AND DISPERSAL OF MARINE ORGANISMS
  • 2003 Biofilm, Biodictyon, Biomat Microbialites, Oolites, Stromatolites Geophysiology, Global Mechanism, Parahistology in FOSSIL AND RECENT BIOFILMS
  • 2003 Biofilms and Macroorganisms in FOSSIL AND RECENT BIOFILMS
  • 2001-07 Sedimentationsprozesse in den jüngeren Tonmergelschichten und Bausteinschichten der Unteren Meeresmolasse am Grünten im Allgäu (nordalpines Molassebecken, Bayern) in SENCKENBERGIANA MARITIMA
  • 2001-01 Microbially induced sedimentary structures indicating climatological, Hydrological and depositional conditions within recent and pleistocene coastal facies zones (Southern Tunisia) in FACIES
  • 2000 Evaporite Microbial Sediments in MICROBIAL SEDIMENTS
  • 1999-12 Microbial mats associated with bryozoans (Coorong Lagoon, South Australia) in FACIES
  • 1996-12 A seaward prograding siliciclastic sequence from upper tidal flats to salt marsh facies (Southern North Sea) in FACIES
  • 1993-12 Contribution of microbial mats to sedimentary surface structures in FACIES
  • 1990 Microbial Modification of Sedimentary Surface Structures in SEDIMENTS AND ENVIRONMENTAL GEOCHEMISTRY
  • 1987 The peritidal sabkha type stromatolites of the platy dolomite (Ca3) of the Leba Elevation (north Poland) in THE ZECHSTEIN FACIES IN EUROPE
  • 1985-12 Verbreitung und aktuogeologische Bedeutung mariner mikrobieller Matten im Gezeitenbereich der Nordsee in FACIES
  • 1985-10 Stromatolites, oncolites and oolites biogenically formed in situ in THE SCIENCE OF NATURE
  • 1985 Salinity and Water Activity Related Zonation of Microbial Communities and Potential Stromatolites of the Gavish Sabkha in HYPERSALINE ECOSYSTEMS
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