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Project 5

Project 5 Work Package 5 (Gaßmann, Zielinski, Wurl) "Microfluidic sample treatment for dissolved organic matter" Broader background of the proposed research project For the ...

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Projekte

... ( Dittmar , Simon , Blasius ) PhD-Student: Lea Oeljeschlaeger Work package 5 Microfluidic sample treatment for dissolved organic matter ( Gaßmann , Zielinski , Wurl ) PhD-Student: Raquel Lopes Work package 6 Role of bacteria and holobiont signaling molecules in coral settlement ( Schupp , ... Work package 12 Multidimensional DOM fluorescence characterization utilizing an underway sample treatment optical sensor assembly ( Zielinski ,

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... ( Dittmar , Simon , Blasius ) PhD-Student: Lea Oeljeschlaeger Work package 5 Microfluidic sample treatment for dissolved organic matter ( Gaßmann , Zielinski , Wurl ) PhD-Student: Raquel Lopes Work package 6 Role of bacteria and holobiont signaling molecules in coral settlement ( Schupp , ... Work package 12 Multidimensional DOM fluorescence characterization utilizing an underway sample treatment optical sensor assembly ( Zielinski ,

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Projekt 12

Projekt 12 Work Package 12 (Zielinski, Gaßmann, Wurl) "Multidimensional DOM fluorescence characterization utilizing an underway sample treatment optical sensor assembly" Broader background ... situ quasi-EEMS sensing possible (Delory et al. 2014). Additionally combining these methodologies with a microfluidic sample treatment system (

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Projekt 5

Projekt 5 Work Package 5 (Gaßmann, Zielinski, Wurl) "Microfluidic sample treatment for dissolved organic matter" Broader background of the proposed research project For the ...

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Project 12

Project 12 Work Package 12 (Zielinski, Gaßmann, Wurl) "Multidimensional DOM fluorescence characterization utilizing an underway sample treatment optical sensor assembly" Broader background ... situ quasi-EEMS sensing possible (Delory et al. 2014). Additionally combining these methodologies with a microfluidic sample treatment system (

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