Patrick Frings
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The continental Si cycle and its impact on the ocean Si isotope budget
PJ Frings, W Clymans, G Fontorbe, CL De La Rocha, DJ Conley
Chemical Geology 425, 12-36, 2016
Biosilicification drives a decline of dissolved Si in the oceans through geologic time
DJ Conley, PJ Frings, G Fontorbe, W Clymans, J Stadmark, KR Hendry, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 4, 397, 2017
Lithium isotope behaviour during weathering in the Ganges Alluvial Plain
PAEP von Strandmann, PJ Frings, MJ Murphy
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 198, 17-31, 2017
A review of the stable isotope bio-geochemistry of the global silicon cycle and its associated trace elements
JN Sutton, L André, D Cardinal, DJ Conley, GF De Souza, J Dean, J Dodd, ...
Frontiers in Earth Science 5, 112, 2018
Lack of steady-state in the global biogeochemical Si cycle: emerging evidence from lake Si sequestration
PJ Frings, W Clymans, E Jeppesen, TL Lauridsen, E Struyf, DJ Conley
Biogeochemistry 117, 255-277, 2014
Global importance, patterns, and controls of dissolved silica retention in lakes and reservoirs
JA Harrison, PJ Frings, AHW Beusen, DJ Conley, ML McCrackin
Global biogeochemical cycles 26 (2), 2012
Silicate weathering in the Ganges alluvial plain
PJ Frings, W Clymans, G Fontorbe, W Gray, GJ Chakrapani, DJ Conley, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 427, 136-148, 2015
The application of palaeolimnology to evidence‐based lake management and conservation: examples from UK lakes
CD Sayer, H Bennion, TA Davidson, A Burgess, G Clarke, D Hoare, ...
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 22 (2), 165-180, 2012
Alkaline‐extractable silicon from land to ocean: A challenge for biogenic silicon determination
L Barao, F Vandevenne, W Clymans, P Frings, O Ragueneau, P Meire, ...
Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 13 (7), 329-344, 2015
The central role of weathering in the geosciences
PJ Frings, HL Buss
Elements: An International Magazine of Mineralogy, Geochemistry, and …, 2019
A silicon depleted North Atlantic since the Palaeogene: Evidence from sponge and radiolarian silicon isotopes
G Fontorbe, PJ Frings, L Christina, KR Hendry, DJ Conley
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 453, 67-77, 2016
Tracing silicon cycling in the Okavango Delta, a sub-tropical flood-pulse wetland using silicon isotopes
PJ Frings, C De La Rocha, E Struyf, D van Pelt, J Schoelynck, ...
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 142, 132-148, 2014
Hippos (Hippopotamus amphibius): The animal silicon pump
J Schoelynck, AL Subalusky, E Struyf, CL Dutton, D Unzué-Belmonte, ...
Science Advances 5 (5), eaav0395, 2019
Magnesium stable isotope fractionation on a cellular level explored by cyanobacteria and black fungi with implications for higher plants
R Pokharel, R Gerrits, JA Schuessler, PJ Frings, R Sobotka, ...
Environmental science & technology 52 (21), 12216-12224, 2018
Small dynamic mountainous rivers in Taiwan exhibit large sedimentary geochemical and provenance heterogeneity over multi-spatial scales
K Deng, S Yang, L Bi, YP Chang, N Su, P Frings, X Xie
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 505, 96-109, 2019
Revisiting the dissolution of biogenic Si in marine sediments: a key term in the ocean Si budget
P Frings
Acta Geochimica, 1-4, 2017
Enrichment of dissolved silica in the deep equatorial Pacific during the Eocene‐Oligocene
G Fontorbe, PJ Frings, CL De La Rocha, KR Hendry, J Carstensen, ...
Paleoceanography 32 (8), 848-863, 2017
Silica uptake and release in live and decaying biomass in a northern hardwood forest
W Clymans, DJ Conley, JJ Battles, PJ Frings, MM Koppers, GE Likens, ...
Ecology 97 (11), 3044-3057, 2016
Diatom floristic change and lake paleoproduction as evidence of recent eutrophication in shallow lakes of the midwestern USA
AJ Heathcote, JM Ramstack Hobbs, NJ Anderson, P Frings, DR Engstrom, ...
Journal of paleolimnology 53, 17-34, 2015
Palaeoweathering: how do weathering rates vary with climate?
PJ Frings
Elements: An International Magazine of Mineralogy, Geochemistry, and …, 2019
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