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SEM-ESEM LAB

Publications Produced with SEM DATA
(at least those that I was told of)


FEI Quanta 400 FEG ESEM

NSF funded

Refereed Journal Articles and Book Chapters

  1. Schieber, J., and Riciputi, L., 2005, Pyrite-marcasite coated grains in the Ordovician Winnipeg Formation, Canada: An intertwined record of surface conditions, stratigraphic condensation, geochemical “reworking”, and microbial activity. Journal of Sedimentary Research, v. 75, p. 905-918. http://www.indiana.edu/~sepm04/PDF/JS-J35-sedp-75-5-907.pdf 

  2. Coby, Aaron J. and Flynn W. Picardal (2005). Inhibition of NO3- and NO2- Reduction by Microbial Fe(III) Reduction: Evidence of a Reaction Between NO2- and Cell Surface-Bound Fe2+. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 71(9):5267-5274.

  3. Milliken, K., Choh, S.-J., Papazis, P., and Schieber, J., 2007, “Cherty” stringers in the Barnett Shale are agglutinated foraminifera. Sedimentary Geology, v. 198, p. 221-232. Link

  4. Schieber, J., 2007, Oxydation of Detrital Pyrite as a Cause for Marcasite Formation in Marine Lag Deposits from the Devonian of the Eastern US. Deep Sea Research II, v. 54, p. 1312-1326. Link

  5. Ventura, G.T., Kenig, F., Reddy, C.M., Schieber, J., Frysinger, G., Nelson, R.K., Gaines, R.B., and Shaeffer, P., 2007, Molecular evidence of Late Archean archea and the presence of a subsurface hydrothermal biosphere. Proceedings of the National Academies of Sciences, v. 104, p. 14260-14265. Link

  6. Schieber, J., and Glamoclija, M., 2007, Microbial Mats Built by Iron Bacteria: A Modern Example from Southern Indiana.  In: Atlas of microbial mat features preserved within the clastic rock record, J. Schieber et al. (Eds.), Elsevier, p. 233-24.  PDF

  7.  Schieber, J., 2007, Flume Experiments on the Durability of Sandy Microbial Mat Fragments During Transport. In: Atlas of microbial mat features preserved within the clastic rock record, J. Schieber et al. (Eds.), Elsevier, p. 248-257. PDF

  8.  Schieber, J., Southard, J.B., and Thaisen, K., 2007, Accretion of mudstone beds from migrating floccule ripples.  Science, v. 318, p. 1760-1763.

 

 

Conference Abstracts

  1. Schieber, J., 2004, Marcasite in sediments and sedimentary rocks – conundrum and opportunity. EOS, November 23rd 2004, p. F1004.

  2. Schieber, J., 2005, A Differential Scanning Electron Microscope Color-Cathodoluminescence Approach to Provenance Determination of Quartz in Devonian Shales of the Eastern US. AAPG Annual Meeting in Calgary, Abstract Volume, p. A123.

  3. Schieber, J., 2005, Early Diagenesis of New Albany Shale (Upper Devonian) Flooding Surfaces – An Intertwined Record of Fe-sulfide, Fe-carbonate, and Silica Deposition in Dysoxic Surface Sediments. AAPG Annual Meeting in Calgary, Abstract Volume, p. A124.

  4. Mainwaring, P.R., and Schieber, J., 2005, A New Approach to Color Cathodoluminescence Imaging of Mudstones in the Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM). AAPG Annual Meeting in Calgary, Abstract Volume, p. A85.

  5. Schieber, J., 2005, Granular microbial habitats built from iron sulfides: Alternative microbial lifestyles? 36th Lunar and Planetary Sciences Conference, Houston, March 14-18st 2005, Abstract No. 1972, Abstract Volume – CD.

  6. Buono, A., Brophy, J., Schieber, J., and Basu, A., 2005, Experimental production of pure iron globules from melts of lunar soil-compositions. 36th Lunar and Planetary Sciences Conference, Houston, March 14-18st 2005, Abstract No. 2066, Abstract Volume – CD.

  7. Schieber, J., and Wintsch, R.P., 2005, Scanned Colour Cathodoluminescence Establishes A Slate Belt Provenance for Detrital Quartz in Devonian Black Shales of the Appalachian Basin. 15th Annual Goldschmidt Conference, Geoch. Cosmoch. Acta, v. 10, Suppl. 1, p. A592.

  8. Schieber, J., 2005, Morphological Variability of Pyrite Framboids from Santa Barbara Basin Sediments – A Question of Nature vs. Nurture? GSA Abstr. W. Progr., v. 37/7, p. 253.

  9. Schieber, J., 2005, Agglutinated Foraminifera in Devonian Black Shales of the Eastern US: Implications for Paleoenvironmental Reconstructions. GSA Abstr. W. Progr., v. 37/7, p. 188.

  10. Deb, S.P., Chaudhuri, A.K., Schieber, J., and Basu, A., 2005, Neoproterozoic garnetiferous tuff beds in the Chattisgarh Basin of central India: First Report. GSA Abstr. W. Progr., v. 37/7, p. 219.

  11. Papazis, P., Milliken, K.L., Choh, S.-J., Schieber, J., and Macquaker, J. 2005, The widespread occurrence of agglutinated foraminifera in black shales. GSA Abstr. W. Progr., v. 37/7, p. 188.

  12. Harvey M.C. (2005) Acinoform black carbon at the K/T boundary. Eur.
    Union of Geosci. Mtg., Vienna, Austria, April.

  13. Harvey M.C. (2005) Carbonaceous spheroidal particles at the K/T boundary. Soc. Org. Petrogr. Mtg., Lexington, KY, September.

  14. Glamoclija, M., and Schieber, J., 2006, Biotic Contributions to the Formation of Submarine Iron-Rich Hydrothermal Crusts Near the Panarea Island, Tyrrhenian Sea, Italy. 37th Lunar and Planetary Sciences Conference, Houston, March 13-17st 2006, Abstract No. 1135, Abstract Volume – CD.

  15. Schieber, J., Glamoclija, M., Schimmelmann, A., and Thaisen, K., 2006, Snot, Sticks, and Lots of Water: Iron Microbes as Minimalist Architects. 37th Lunar and Planetary Sciences Conference, Houston, March 13-17st 2006, Abstract No. 2004, Abstract Volume – CD.

  16. Schieber, J., and Schimmelmann, A., 2006, High resolution pyrite framboid size distribution in Santa Barbara Basin sediments: Implications for the study of black shales. Eos Trans. AGU, 87(36), Ocean Sci. Meet. Suppl., Abstract OS46A-11.

  17. Schieber, J., Southard, B., and Thaisen, K., 2006, Accretion of Mudstone Beds from Migrating Floc-Ripples. GSA Abstr. W. Progr., v. 38/7, p. tba.

  18. Krinsley, D., Schieber, J., and Golledge, S., 2006, Studying the distribution of Molybdenum in a Black Shale with ToF-SIMS. GSA Abstr. W. Progr., v. 38/7, p. tba.

  19. Glamoclija, M., Schieber, J., and Szynkiewicz, A., 2006, Bacterial Signatures in Iron-Rich Hydrothermal Crusts, Tyrrhenian Sea, Italy. 6th European Workshop on Astrobiology, Lyon, France, 16-18th October 2006.

  20. Schieber, J., 2007, Organic Production by Iron Microbial Mats – Implications for Volcaniclastic Successions and Hydrocarbons on Mars. AAPG Annual Meeting in Long Beach, CA, Abstract Volume, p.  124.

  21. Schieber, J., Southard, J., and Thaisen, K., 2007, The Sedimentology of Milk - Studying Deposition and Transport Modes of Moving Clay Suspensions. AAPG Annual Meeting in Long Beach, CA, Abstract Volume, p.  124.

  22. Stoesz, E., Wintsch, R.P., and Schieber, J., 2007, Textural evidence for reaction hardening by feldspar precipitation in mylonites. GSA Abstr. W. Progr., v. xx/y, p. tba.

  23. Schieber, J., Glamoclija, M., and Thaisen, K., 2007, Experiments on Fossilization of Iron Microbes – A Preliminary Report.   38th Lunar and Planetary Sciences Conference, Houston, March 12-16st 2007, Abstract No. 1626, Abstract Volume – CD.

  24. Glamoclija, M.,  Schieber, J., and Reimold, W.U., 2007, Microbial Signatures from Impact-Induced Hydrothermal Settings of the Ries Crater, Germany; A Preliminary Study. 38th Lunar and Planetary Sciences Conference, Houston, March 12-16st 2007, Abstract No. 1989, Abstract Volume – CD.

  25. Glamoclija, M.,  Schieber, J., Szynkiewicz, A., and Beard, B., 2007, Sulfur and Iron Geochemistry, and their Relations to Microbial Communities from the Submarine Hydrothermal Site North of Panarea Island, Tyrrhenian Sea, Italy. 38th Lunar and Planetary Sciences Conference, Houston, March 12-16st 2007, Abstract No. 2270, Abstract Volume – CD.

  26. Schieber, J., and Schimmelmann, A., 2007, High Resolution Study of Pyrite Framboid Distribution in Santa Barbara Basin Sediments and Implications for Water-Column Oxygenation. PACLIM 2007 Workshop.

  27. Glamoclija, M., and Schieber, J., 2007, Fossil Microbial Signatures from Impact Induced Hydrothermal Settings of the Chesapeake Bay Impact Structure; A Preliminary SEM Study.  GSA Abstr. W. Progr., v. xx/y, p. tba.

  28. Ventura, G.T., Kenig, F., Reddy, C.M., Schieber, J., Nelson, R.K., Dinel, E., and Frysinger, G.S., 2007, Molecular evidence of Late Archean archea and the presence of a subsurface hydrothermal biosphere. GSA Abstr. W. Progr., v. xx/y, p. tba.

  29. Schieber, J., and Southard, J., 2007, Flume Experiments in Mudstone Sedimentology: Floccule Formation in the Deposition and Erosion of Muds. GSA Abstr. W. Progr., v. xx/y, p. tba.

  30.  Stoesz, E., Wintsch, R.P., and Schieber, J., 2007, Polycyclic deformation and cementation in the exhumed Norumbega Fault Zone, Maine – New Hampshire. GSA Abstr. W. Progr., v. xx/y, p. tba.

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