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Desiree Roerdink

  • PhD
  • Associate Professor
  • Universitetet i Bergen Centre for Geobiology
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Research interests

Marine geochemistryBiogeochemistryMass spectrometryStable isotopesHydrothermal systemsEarly lifeGeobiology

About

Geobiologist and stable isotope geochemist. Interested in the emergence and tracing of early life on Earth, the earliest habitats of life and comparison of these with hydrothermal environments on the modern Earth, and the geochemistry of hydrothermal processes leading to the formation of ore deposits. Aims to integrate stable isotope data (S, Si, Fe, Cu, Zn) with geochemical, microbiological and experimental data to understand interactions between biology and chemistry in extreme environments.

Co-authors (23)

  • Leif-Erik Rydland Pedersen

Publications (5)

  • Novel sedimentological fingerprints link shifting depositional processes to Holocene climate transitions in East Greenland

    • van der Bilt W
    • Rea B
    • Spagnolo M
    • et al.
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  • Experimental constraints on kinetic and equilibrium silicon isotope fractionation during the formation of non-biogenic chert deposits

    • Roerdink D
    • van den Boorn S
    • Geilert S
    • et al.
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    18Citations
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  • Paleoarchean sulfur cycling: Multiple sulfur isotope constraints from the Barberton Greenstone Belt, South Africa

    • Montinaro A
    • Strauss H
    • Mason P
    • et al.
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    11Citations
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  • Silicon isotope fractionation during abiotic silica precipitation at low temperatures: Inferences from flow-through experiments

    • Geilert S
    • Vroon P
    • Roerdink D
    • et al.
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    39Citations
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  • Multiple sulfur isotopes in Paleoarchean barites identify an important role for microbial sulfate reduction in the early marine environment

    • Roerdink D
    • Mason P
    • Farquhar J
    • et al.
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    34Citations
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Professional experience

Associate Professor

Universitetet i Bergen Centre for Geobiology

February 2016 - Present

Postdoctoral Researcher

Universitetet i Bergen Centre for Geobiology

January 2014 - January 2016(2 years)

Researcher

Universitetet i Bergen Centre for Geobiology

April 2013 - December 2013(8 months)

PhD student

Universiteit Utrecht

February 2009 - January 2013(4 years)

Volunteer Gas Geochemistry

USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory

October 2008 - January 2009(3 months)

Education

MSc Geology

Universiteit Utrecht

August 2006 - October 2008(2 years)

BSc Earth Sciences

Universiteit Utrecht

August 2003 - August 2006(3 years)