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Goldberg, T. (author), Hennekam, R. (author), Wasch, L.J. (author), Reichart, G.J. (author), Rach, O. (author), Stammeier, J.A. (author), Griffioen, J. (author)
Multi-element analysis of discrete samples via X-Ray fluorescence or inductively coupled plasma spectrometry is commonly used to characterise the composition of solid geo-materials for environmental geochemical characterisation. Conventional geochemical analysis of individual samples is time consuming and costly, which often results in low...
article 2021
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Houben, A.J.P. (author), Goldberg, T. (author), Slomp, C.P. (author)
The Toarcian Oceanic Anoxic Event (T-OAE, ~183 Ma) represents a well-known episode of organic-rich deposition, which is accompanied by a substantial negative carbon-isotope excursion (CIE). Underpinning the relationships between the carbon-cycle perturbation, ocean anoxia, primary productivity feedbacks and the enrichment of sedimentary organic...
article 2021
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Goldberg, T. (author), Nelskamp, S. (author), Koenen, M. (author), Vandeweijer, V.P. (author), Mijnlieff, H.F. (author)
The Permian Rotliegend Slochteren Formation is a prolific gas bearing interval in the Netherlands. However, their reservoir porosity and permeability can be locally severely degraded by diagenetic pore-blocking cements. This work focusses on the cementational control on the reservoir quality. The drivers and causes of cementation and its effect...
conference paper 2017
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Goldberg, T. (author), Poulton, S.W. (author), Wagner, T. (author), Kolonic, S.F. (author), Rehkämper, M. (author)
During the Cretaceous greenhouse, episodes of widespread ocean deoxygenation were associated with globally occurring events of black shale deposition. Possibly the most pronounced of these oceanic anoxic events (OAE's) was the Cenomanian-Turonian OAE2 (~94 Ma). However, although certain redox sensitive trace metals tend to be preferentially...
article 2016
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Lipsey, L. (author), Pluymaekers, M. (author), Goldberg, T. (author), van Oversteeg, K. (author), Ghazaryan, L. (author), Cloetingh, S. (author), van Wees, J.D. (author)
The presence of convective fluid flow in permeable layers can create zones of anomalously high temperature which can be exploited for geothermal energy. Temperature measurements from the Luttelgeest-01 (LTG-01) well in the northern onshore region of the Netherlands indicate variations in the thermal regime that could be indicative of convection....
article 2016
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Gaasbeek, H. (author), Goldberg, T. (author), Koenen, M. (author), Visser, W. (author), Wildenborg, T. (author), Steeghs, P. (author)
Implementation of geological CO2 storage requires monitoring for potential leakage, with an essential part being establishment of baseline CO2 in soil gas. CO2 concentrations and weather parameters were monitored for ∼2 years at three locations in the Netherlands. CO2 concentrations in soil ranged from 0.1 to 28% and were variable with site,...
conference paper 2014
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