(79) Hobbs, W.O., Wolfe, A.P., Inskeep, W.P., Amskold, L., and Konhauser, K.O., 2009. Epipelic diatoms from an extreme acid environment: Beowulf Spring, Yellowstone National Park, U.S.A. Nova Hedwigia, 135:71-85. 
(78) Li, Y-L., Pfiffner, S.M., Dyar, M.D., Vali., H., Konhauser, K.O., Cole, D.R., Rondinone, A.J., and Phelps, T.J., 2009. Degeneration of biogenic superparamagnetic magnetite. Geobiology, 7:25-34. 
(77) Konhauser, K.O., Pecoits, E., Lalonde, S.V., Papineau, D., Nisbet, E.G., Barley, M.A., Arndt, N.T., Zahnle, K., and Kamber, B.S., 2009. Oceanic nickel depletion and a methanogen famine before the Great Oxidation Event. Nature, 458:750-753. 
(76) Konhauser, K.O., 2009. Deepening the early oxygen debate. Nature Geosciences, 2:241-242. 
(75) Pecoits, E., Gingras, M.K., Kappler, A., Posth, N.R., Barley, M.A., and Konhauser, K.O., 2009. Petrography and trace element geochemistry of Dales Gorge banded iron formation: Paragenetic sequence, source and implications for palaeo-ocean chemistry. Precambrian Research, 172:163-187. 
(74) Konhauser, K.O. and Lalonde, S.V., 2009. Microbial silicification in hot springs. The Clay Minerals Society Lecture Series, 17:1-22. 
(73) Kolo, K., Konhauser, K.O., Krumbein, W.E., Ingelgem, Y.V., and Claeys, P., 2009. Patterns of bacterial growth and adhesion to hematite surfaces: Evidence of dissolution at the bacteria-mineral interface. Astrobiology, 9:777-796. 




(72) Pecoits, E., Gingras, M.K., Aubet, N., and Konhauser, K.O., 2008. Ediacaran in Uruguay: Palaeoclimatic and palaeobiologic implications. Sedimentology, 55:689-719. 

(71) Lalonde, S.V., Smith, D.S., Owttrim G.W., and Konhauser, K.O., 2008a. Acid-base properties of cyanobacterial surfaces I: Influences of growth phase and nitrogen metabolism on surface reactivity. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 72:1257-1268. 

(70) Lalonde, S.V., Smith, D.S., Owttrim G.W., and Konhauser, K.O., 2008b. Acid-base properties of cyanobacterial surfaces II: Silica as a chemical stressor influencing cell surface reactivity. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 72:1269-1280. 

(69) Konhauser, K.O., Lalonde, S.V., and Phoenix, V.R., 2008. Bacterial biomineralization: Where to from here? Geobiology, 6:298-302. 

(68) Phoenix, V.R. and Konhauser, K.O., 2008. Benefits of bacterial biomineralization. Geobiology, 6:303-308. 

(67) Newman, D.K., Konhauser, K.O., and Reysenbach, A.-L., 2008. A tribute to Terry Beveridge: Pioneer in the field of Geomicrobiology. Geobiology, 6:189. 

(66) Posth, N., Hegler, F., Konhauser, K.O., and Kappler, A., 2008. Ocean temperature fluctuations as trigger for Precambrian Si and Fe deposition. Nature Geoscience, 1:703-707. 




(65) Konhauser, K.O., 2007. Introduction to Geomicrobiology. Blackwell, Oxford, 425 pp.

(64) Konhauser, K.O. and Gingras, M.K., 2007. Linking geomicrobiology with ichnology in marine sediments. Palaios, 22:339-342. 

(63) Gingras, M.K., Lalonde, S., Amskold, L., and Konhauser, K.O. , 2007. Wintering Chironomid mine oxygen. Palaios, 22:433-438. 

(62) Konhauser, K.O., Amskold, L., Lalonde, S.V., Posth, N.R., Kappler, A., and Anbar, A., 2007a. Decoupling photooxidation from shallow-water BIF deposition. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 258:87-100. 

(61) Konhauser, K.O., Lalonde, S., Amskold, L., and Holland, H.D., 2007b. Was there really an Archean phosphate crisis? Science, 315:1234. 

(60) Fowle, D.A., Roberts, J., Fortin, D., and Konhauser, K.O. 2007. The Evolution of geomicrobiology: Perspectives from the mineral-bacteria interface. Geobiology, 5:207-210. 

(59) Lalonde, S., Amskold, L., McDermott, T., Inskeep, B.P., and Konhauser, K.O., 2007a. Chemical reactivity of microbe and mineral surfaces in hydrous ferric oxide depositing hydrothermal springs. Geobiology, 5:219-234. 

(58) Lalonde, S., Amskold, L., Warren L.A., and Konhauser, K.O., 2007b. Surface chemical reactivity and metal adsorptive properties of natural cyanobacterial mats from an alkaline hot spring, Yellowstone National Park. Chemical Geology, 243:36-52. 

(57) Zorn, M.E., Muehlenbachs, K., Gingras, M.K., Konhauser, K.O., Pemberton, S.G., and Evoy, R., 2007. Stable isotopic analysis reveals evidence for groundwater/sediment/animal interactions in a marginal marine setting. Palaios, 22:546-553. 

(56) Bazylinski, D.A., Frankel, R.B., and Konhauser, K.O., 2007. Modes of biomineralization of magnetite by microbes. Geomicrobiology Journal, 24:465-475. 




(55) Zorn, M.E., Lalonde, S.V., Gingras, M.K., Pemberton, S.G., and Konhauser, K.O., 2006. Microscale distribution of oxygen in the burrow walls of seven intertidal invertebrates from Willipa Bay, Washington. Geobiology, 4:137-145. 

(54) Hussain, M.F., Ahmad, I., and Konhauser, K.O., 2006. Major ion and heavy metal chemistry of the Pachin River, Itanagar, India – Levels and sources. Indian Journal of Environmental Health, 48:27-34. 

(53) Gingras, M.K., Pemberton, S.G., Henk, F.,  MacEachern, J.A., Mendoza, C., Rostron, B., O’Hare, R., Spila, M., and Konhauser, K.O., 2006. Applications of Ichnology to fluid and gas production in hydrocarbon reservoirs. In: J.A. MacEachern, K.L. Bann, M.K. Gingras, and S.G. Pemberton (Editors), Applied Ichnology, Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists Special Publication #84, SEPM and CSPG, Tulsa, pp.

(52) Lemay, T.G. and Konhauser, K.O., 2006. Water Chemistry of Coalbed Methane Reservoirs. Alberta Energy and Utilities Board Report, 245 pp.




(51) Lalonde, S.V., Konhauser, K.O., Reysenbach, A.-L., and Ferris, F.G., 2005. Thermophilic silicification: The role of Aquificales in hot spring sinter formation. Geobiology, 3:41-52. 

(50) Jones, B., Renaut, R., and Konhauser, K.O., 2005. Genesis of large siliceous stromatolites at Frying Pan Lake, Waimangu geothermal field, North Island, New Zealand. Sedimentology, 52:1229-1252. 

(49) Reysenbach, A.-L., Banta, A., Civello, S., Daly, J., Mitchel, K., Lalonde, S., Konhauser, K., Rustenholtz, K., and Takacs-Vesbach, C., 2005. The Aquificales in Yellowstone National Park, In: Inskeep, W.P. and T.R. McDermott (Editors), Geothermal Biology and Geochemistry in Yellowstone National Park. Montana State University, Bozeman. 

(48) Kappler, A., Pasquero, C., Konhauser, K.O., and Newman, D.K., 2005. Deposition of banded iron formations by phototrophic Fe(II)-oxidizing bacteria. Geology, 33:865-868. 

(47) Konhauser, K.O., Newman, D.K., and Kappler, A., 2005. The potential significance of microbial Fe(III)-reduction during Precambrian banded iron formations. Geobiology, 3:167-177. 




(46) Benning, L.G., Phoenix, V., Yee, N., and Konhauser, K.O., 2004. The dynamics of cyanobacterial silicification: An infrared micro-spectroscopic investigation. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 68:743-757. 

(45) Konhauser, K.O., 2004. The role of bacteria in banded iron formations. In: Conference Proceedings of the 11th International Symposium on Water-Rock Interactions, Saratoga Springs, New York. 

(44) Jones, B., Konhauser, K.O., Renaut, R., and Wheeler, R., 2004. Microbe silicification in Iodine Pool, Waimangu geothermal area, North Island, New Zealand: Implications for recognition and identification of ancient silicified microbes, Journal of the Geological Society of London, 161:983-993. 

(43) Konhauser, K.O., Jones, B., Phoenix, V.R., Ferris, G., and Renaut, R.W., 2004. The microbial role in hot spring silicification. Ambio, 33:552-558. 




(42) Hamade, T., Konhauser, K.O., Raiswell, R., Morris, R.C., and Goldsmith, S., 2003. Using Ge:Si ratios to decouple iron and silica fluxes in Precambrian banded iron formations. Geology, 31:35-38. 

(41) Yee, N., Phoenix, V.R., Konhauser, K.O., and Benning, L.G., 2003. The effect of bacteria on SiO2 precipitation at neutral pH: Implications for bacterial silicification in geothermal hot springs. Chemical Geology, 199:83-90. 

(40) Phoenix, V.R., Konhauser, K.O., and Ferris, F.G., 2003. Experimental study of iron and silica immobilization by bacteria in mixed Fe-Si systems: Implications for microbial silicification in hot-springs. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 40:1669-1678. 

(39) Konhauser, K.O., Jones, B., Reysenbach, A.-L., and Renaut, R.W., 2003. Hot spring sinters: Keys to understanding Earth’s earliest life forms. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 40:1713-1724. 




(38) Konhauser, K.O., Mortimer, R.J.G., Morris, K., and Dunn, V., 2002. The role of microorganisms during sediment diagenesis: Implications for radionuclide mobility. In: F. Livens and M. Keith-Roach (Editors), Microbiology and Radioactivity, pp. 61-100. 

(37) Benning, L.G., Phoenix, V., Yee, N., Tobin, M.G., Konhauser, K.O., and Mountain, B.W., 2002. Molecular characterization of cyanobacterial cells during silicification: A synchrotron-based infrared study. In: Geochemistry of the Earth's Surface, pp. 259-263. 

(36) Phoenix, V.R., Martinez R.E., Konhauser, K.O., and Ferris F.G., 2002. Characterization and implications of the cell surface reactivity of Calothrix sp. strain KC97. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 68: 4827-4834. 

(35) Konhauser, K.O., Hamade, T., Morris, R.C., Ferris, F.G., Southam, G., Raiswell, R., and Canfield, D., 2002. Could bacteria have formed the Precambrian banded iron formations? Geology, 30:1079-1082. 

(34) Konhauser, K.O., Schiffman, P., Fisher, Q.J., 2002. Microbial mediation of authigenic clays during hydrothermal alteration of basaltic tephra, Kilauea Volcano. Geochemistry, Geophysics, and Geosystems, 3: December 17 (2002GC000317). 




(33) Konhauser, K.O., Phoenix, V.R., Bottrell, S.H., Adams, D.G., and Head, I.M., 2001. Microbial-silica interactions in modern hot spring sinter: Possible analogues for Precambrian siliceous stromatolites. Sedimentology, 48:415-433. 

(32) Phoenix, V.R., Konhauser, K.O., Adams, D.G., and Bottrell, S.H., 2001. The role of biomineralization as an ultraviolet shield: Implications for the Archean. Geology, 29:823-826. 

(31) Konhauser, K.O., Phoenix, V.R., and Benning, L.G., 2001. How do microorganisms silicify? In: Conference Proceedings of the 10th International Symposium on Water-Rock Interactions, Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy, 10:1449-1452. 

(30) Amend, J.P., Fedo, C., Cady, S.L., Southam, G., and Konhauser, K.O., 2001. Geobiology and Geomicrobiology in the 21st century. GSA Today, 11:10. 




(29) Konhauser, K.O. and Southam, G., 2000. Preface: Geomicrobiology. Chemical Geology, 169:263.


(28) Konhauser, K.O., 2000. Hydrothermal bacterial biomineralization: Potential modern-day analogues for banded iron formation. In: C.R. Glenn, J. Lucas, J., and L. Prévôt (Editors). Marine Authigenesis: From Global to Microbial, SEPM Special Publication No. 66, pp. 133-145. 

(27) Moncaster, S.J., Bottrell, S.H., Tellam, J.H., Lloyd, J.W., and Konhauser, K.O., 2000. Migration and attenuation of agrochemical pollutants: Insights from isotopic analysis of groundwater sulphate. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, 43:147-163. 

(26) Phoenix, V.R., Adams, D.G., and Konhauser, K.O., 2000. Cell viability during hydrothermal biomineralisation. Chemical Geology, 169:329-338. 




(25) Ferris, F.G., Konhauser, K.O., Lyvén, B., and Pedersen, K., 1999. Accumulation of metals by bacteriogenic iron oxides in a subterranean environment. Geomicrobiology Journal, 16:181-192.
(24) Konhauser, K.O. and Urrutia, M.M., 1999. Bacterial clay authigenesis: A common biogeochemical process. Chemical Geology, 161:399-413. 
(23) Konhauser, K.O., Phoenix, V.R., Bottrell, S.H., Adams, D.G., and Head, I.M., 1999. Microbial-silica interactions in modern hot spring sinter. In: H. Ármannsson (Editor), Geochemistry of the Earth’s Surface, Balkema, Rotterdam, pp. 263-266. 
(22) Phoenix, V.R., Konhauser, K.O., and Adams, D.G., 1999. Photosynthetic controls on the silicification of cyanobacteria. In: H. Ármannsson (Editor), Geochemistry of the Earth’s Surface, Balkema, Rotterdam, pp. 275-278. 
(21) Benning, L.G., Wilkin, R.T., and Konhauser, K.O., 1999. Iron monosulphide stability: Experiments with sulphate reducing bacteria. In: H. Ármannsson (Editor), Geochemistry of the Earth’s Surface, Balkema, Rotterdam, pp. 429-432. 




(20) Konhauser, K.O., Fisher, Q.J., Fyfe, W.S., Longstaffe, F.J., and Powell, M.A., 1998. Authigenic mineralization and detrital clay binding by freshwater biofilms: The Brahmani River, India. Geomicrobiology Journal, 15:209-222.

(19) Konhauser, K.O., 1998. Diversity of bacterial iron mineralization. Earth-Science Reviews, 43:91-121. 




(18) Konhauser, K.O., Powell, M.A., Fyfe, W.S., Longstaffe, F.J., and Tripathy, S., 1997. Trace element chemistry of major rivers in Orissa State, India. Environmental Geology, 29:132-141.

(17) Konhauser, K.O., Powell, M.A., Fyfe, W.S., Longstaffe, F.J., and Tripathy, S., 1997. Trace element geochemistry of river sediment, Orissa State, India. Journal of Hydrology, 193:258-269.
(16) Konhauser, K.O., 1997. Bacterial iron biomineralization in nature. FEMS Microbiological Reviews, 20:315-326.
(15) Clarke, W.A., Konhauser, K.O., Thomas, J.C., and Bottrell, S.H., 1997. Ferric hydroxide and ferric hydroxysulfate precipitation by bacteria in an acid mine drainage lagoon. FEMS Microbiology Reviews, 20:351-361. 




(14) Konhauser, K.O. and Ferris, F.G., 1996. Diversity of iron and silica precipitation by microbial biofilms in hydrothermal waters, Iceland: Implications for Precambrian iron formations. Geology, 24:323-326. 
(13) Konhauser, K.O., 1996. Trace element chemistry of river systems in Orissa State, India. In: B. Nath,  I. Lang, E. Mészéros, J.P. Robinson, and L. Hens (Editors), Proceedings of the International Conference on Environmental Pollution (ICEP-3). European Centre for Pollution Research, London, pp. 426-433. 
(12) Konhauser, K.O., 1996. Freshwater bacterial iron mineralization. In: S.H. Bottrell (Editor), Geochemistry of the Earth’s Surface. University of Leeds Press, Leeds, pp. 718-722.





(11) Schultze-Lam, S., Ferris, F.G., Konhauser, K.O., and Wiese, R.G., 1995. In situ silicification of an Icelandic hot spring microbial mat: Implications for microfossil formation. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 32:2021-2026. 
(10) Konhauser, K.O., Fyfe, W.S., Zang, W., Bird, M.I., and Kronberg, B.I., 1995. Advances in Amazonian biogeochemistry. In: P.R. Seidl, O.R. Gottlieb, and M.A.C. Kaplan (Editors), Chemistry of the Amazon. American Chemical Society Series 588, Washington, D.C., pp. 208-247. 


(9) Fyfe, W.S., Hart, B., Konhauser, K.O., Southam, G., Kleinmann, R., and Powell, M.A., 1995. Microbial influences during mining and usage of coal. In: D.J. Swaine and F. Goodarzi (Editors), Environmental Aspects of Trace Elements in Coal. Kluwer Academic Publishers, The Netherlands, pp. 263-274. 



(8) Konhauser, K.O., Fyfe, W.S., and Kronberg, B.I., 1994. Multi-element chemistry of some Amazonian waters and soils. Chemical Geology, 111:155-175. 
(7) Konhauser, K.O., Schultze-Lam, S., Ferris, F.G., Fyfe, W.S., Longstaffe, F.J., and Beveridge, T.J., 1994. Mineral precipitation by epilithic biofilms in the Speed River, Ontario, Canada. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 60:549-553. 
(6) Konhauser, K.O., Fyfe, W.S., Schultze-Lam, S., Ferris, F.G., and Beveridge, T.J., 1994. Iron phosphate precipitation by epilithic microbial biofilms in Arctic Canada. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 31:1320-1324.            
(5) Konhauser, K.O. and Ferris, F.G., 1994. Bacterial formation of clay phases in freshwater biofilms. In: A.K. Gupta and R. Kerrich (Editors), The Dynamic Geosphere. National Academy of Sciences, India, Allahbad, pp. 139-153. 
(4) Konhauser, K.O. and Ferris, F.G., 1994. Copper stability in Star Lake Bogs: An electron microscopic study on the chemical form of copper in a peat deposit. Technical Report to Boojum Research Ltd. 126 pp. 



(3) Konhauser, K.O. and Fyfe, W.S., 1993. Biogeochemical cycling of metals in freshwater algae from Manaus and Carajás, Brazil. Energy Sources, 15:595-608.
(2) Konhauser, K.O., Fyfe, W.S., Ferris, F.G., and Beveridge, T.J., 1993. Metal sorption and mineral precipitation by bacteria in two Amazonian river systems: Rio Solimões and Rio Negro. Geology, 21:1103-1106. 



(1) Konhauser, K.O., Mann, H., and Fyfe, W.S., 1992. Prolific SiO2 precipitation in a solute-deficient river: Rio Negro, Brazil. Geology, 20:227-230.