Nadine Mattielli

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Homo species were exposed to a new biogeochemical environment when they began to occupy caves. Here we report the first evidence of palaeopollution through geochemical analyses of heavy metals in four renowned archaeological caves of the Iberian Peninsula spanning the last million years of human evolution. Heavy metal contents reached high values due to(More)
The Interuniversity Attraction Pole (IAP) ‘PLANET TOPERS’ (Planets: Tracing the Transfer, Origin, Preservation, and Evolution of their Reservoirs) addresses the fundamental understanding of the thermal and compositional evolution of the different reservoirs of planetary bodies (core, mantle, crust, atmosphere, hydrosphere, cryosphere, and space) considering(More)
Phytosiderophore-chelated Zn can be absorbed in grasses. Root exudates of dicotyledonous plants can mobilize soil Zn but it is unclear how this affects Zn bioavailability. Stable Zn isotope shifts can indicate exudate-facilitated Zn uptake, since complexation of Zn2+ by organic ligands in solution yields a small, but detectable, enrichment of the heavy Zn(More)
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