Andreas Reimer

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On the Kiritimati atoll, several lakes exhibit microbial mat-formation under different hydrochemical conditions. Some of these lakes trigger microbialite formation such as Lake 21, which is an evaporitic, hypersaline lake (salinity of approximately 170‰). Lake 21 is completely covered with a thick multilayered microbial mat. This mat is associated with the(More)
It is well established that topographical features modulate cell behaviour, including cell morphology, proliferation and differentiation. To define the effects of topography on human induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSC), we plated cells on a topographical library containing over 1000 different features in medium lacking animal products (xeno-free). Using(More)
Microbial iron oxyhydroxides are common deposits in natural waters, recent sediments, and mine drainage systems. Along with these minerals, trace and rare earth elements (TREE) are being accumulated within the mineralizing microbial mats. TREE patterns are widely used to characterize minerals and rocks, and to elucidate their evolution and origin. However,(More)
We address some of the challenges in representing spatial data with a novel form of geometric abstraction-the stenomap. The stenomap comprises a series of smoothly curving linear glyphs that each represent both the boundary and the area of a polygon. We present an efficient algorithm to automatically generate these open, C1-continuous splines from a set of(More)
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