Gilad Antler
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Coupled sulfur and oxygen isotope insight into bacterial sulfate reduction in the natural environment
G Antler, AV Turchyn, V Rennie, B Herut, O Sivan
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 118, 98-117, 2013
Co-existence of methanogenesis and sulfate reduction with common substrates in sulfate-rich estuarine sediments
M Sela-Adler, Z Ronen, B Herut, G Antler, H Vigderovich, W Eckert, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 8, 766, 2017
Iron oxides stimulate sulfate-driven anaerobic methane oxidation in seeps
O Sivan, G Antler, AV Turchyn, JJ Marlow, VJ Orphan
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (40), E4139-E4147, 2014
Sulfur and oxygen isotope tracing of sulfate driven anaerobic methane oxidation in estuarine sediments
G Antler, AV Turchyn, B Herut, A Davies, VCF Rennie, O Sivan
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 142, 4-11, 2014
Large sulfur isotope fractionation by bacterial sulfide oxidation
A Pellerin, G Antler, SA Holm, AJ Findlay, PW Crockford, AV Turchyn, ...
Science Advances 5 (7), eaaw1480, 2019
Combined 34S, 33S and 18O isotope fractionations record different intracellular steps of microbial sulfate reduction
G Antler, AV Turchyn, S Ono, O Sivan, T Bosak
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 203, 364-380, 2017
A unique isotopic fingerprint of sulfate-driven anaerobic oxidation of methane
G Antler, AV Turchyn, B Herut, O Sivan
Geology 43 (7), 619-622, 2015
The sulfur cycle below the sulfate-methane transition of marine sediments
A Pellerin, G Antler, H Røy, A Findlay, F Beulig, C Scholze, AV Turchyn, ...
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 239, 74-89, 2018
Anaerobic oxidation of methane by sulfate in hypersaline groundwater of the Dead Sea aquifer
N Avrahamov, G Antler, Y Yechieli, I Gavrieli, SB Joye, M Saxton, ...
Geobiology 12 (6), 511-528, 2014
Geochemical evidence for cryptic sulfur cycling in salt marsh sediments
JV Mills, G Antler, AV Turchyn
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 453, 23–32, 2016
Early diagenesis of iron and sulfur in Bornholm Basin sediments: The role of near-surface pyrite formation
J Liu, A Pellerin, G Antler, S Kasten, AJ Findlay, I Dohrmann, H Røy, ...
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 284, 43-60, 2020
Constraints on the late Ediacaran sulfur cycle from carbonate associated sulfate
R Tostevin, T He, AV Turchyn, RA Wood, AM Penny, F Bowyer, G Antler, ...
Precambrian Research 290, 113-125, 2017
Hydrocarbon-related microbial processes in the deep sediments of the Eastern Mediterranean Levantine Basin
M Rubin-Blum, G Antler, AV Turchyn, R Tsadok, BN Goodman-Tchernov, ...
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 87 (3), 780-796, 2014
The multiple sulphur isotope fingerprint of a sub-seafloor oxidative sulphur cycle driven by iron
J Liu, A Pellerin, G Izon, J Wang, G Antler, J Liang, P Su, BB Jørgensen, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 536, 116165, 2020
Multiple sulfur isotopes discriminate organoclastic and methane-based sulfate reduction by sub-seafloor pyrite formation
J Liu, A Pellerin, J Wang, D Rickard, G Antler, J Zhao, Z Wang, ...
Geochimica et cosmochimica acta 316, 309-330, 2022
The microbially driven formation of siderite in salt marsh sediments
CY Lin, AV Turchyn, A Krylov, G Antler
Geobiology 18 (2), 207-224, 2020
Vivianite formation in methane-rich deep-sea sediments from the South China Sea
J Liu, G Izon, J Wang, G Antler, Z Wang, J Zhao, M Egger
Biogeosciences 15 (20), 6329-6348, 2018
Annual sulfur cycle in a warm monomictic lake with sub-millimolar sulfate concentrations
N Knossow, B Blonder, W Eckert, AV Turchyn, G Antler, A Kamyshny
Geochemical transactions 16, 1-24, 2015
The sedimentary carbon-sulfur-iron interplay–A lesson from East Anglian salt marsh sediments
G Antler, JV Mills, AM Hutchings, KR Redeker, AV Turchyn
Frontiers in Earth Science 7, 140, 2019
Kinetics of gypsum crystal growth from high ionic strength solutions: a case study of Dead Sea–seawater mixtures
IJ Reznik, I Gavrieli, G Antler, J Ganor
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 75 (8), 2187-2199, 2011
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