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Schulze-Makuch, Dirk, 1964- German National Library National Library of Israel National Library of the Czech Republic NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library Library of Congress/NACO National Library of the Netherlands

Schulze-Makuch, Dirk RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of France BIBSYS

Dirk Schulze-Makuch professor at the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences at Washington State University Wikidata

Schulze-Makuch, D. ISNI

VIAF ID: 22391330 (Personal)

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The 100-year Starship Symposium: a historic meeting? Wikidata
Adaptation of an Antarctic lichen to Martian niche conditions can occur within 34 days Wikidata
Alien Encounter : A Scientific Novel Sudoc [ABES], France
Amino acid synthesis in Europa's subsurface environment Wikidata
Applications of particle-tracking techniques to bank infiltration: a case study from El Paso, Texas, USA Wikidata
The Argyre Region as a Prime Target for in situ Astrobiological Exploration of Mars. Wikidata
Assessing the Possibility of Biological Complexity on Other Worlds, with an Estimate of the Occurrence of Complex Life in the Milky Way Galaxy Wikidata
The case for life on Mars Wikidata
Cosmic biology : how life could evolve on other worlds Library of Congress/NACO Sudoc [ABES], France BIBSYS
The Cosmic Zoo : Complex Life on Many Worlds Sudoc [ABES], France
Deliquescence-induced wetting and RSL-like darkening of a Mars analogue soil containing various perchlorate and chloride salts Wikidata
Drastic environmental change and its effects on a planetary biosphere Wikidata
The effect of critical pH on virus fate and transport in saturated porous medium. Wikidata
Endstation Kabul als deutscher Soldat in Afghanistan : ein Insiderbericht Sudoc [ABES], France
Evidence for Amazonian acidic liquid water on Mars—A reinterpretation of MER mission results Wikidata
Extraterrestrial hydrogeology Wikidata
Fluorine-rich planetary environments as possible habitats for life Wikidata
Formation and disruption of aquifers in southwestern Chryse Planitia, Mars Wikidata
A formation mechanism for hematite-rich spherules on Mars Wikidata
Geological and hydrological histories of the Argyre province, Mars Wikidata
GRS evidence and the possibility of paleooceans on Mars Wikidata
How Many Biochemistries Are Available To Build a Cell? Wikidata
The immune system as key to cancer treatment: Triggering its activity with microbial agents Wikidata
Introduction to the special paper collection: methodologies and techniques for detecting extraterrestrial (microbial) life. Wikidata
lebendige Universum Komplexes Leben auf vielen Planeten? Sudoc [ABES], France German National Library
Life in the universe expectations and constraints German National Library Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of France RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library National Library of Israel Library of Congress/NACO National Library of the Netherlands
Locating potential biosignatures on Europa from surface geology observations. Wikidata
Low frequency electromagnetic waves as a supplemental energy source to sustain microbial growth? Wikidata
Mechanisms of Evolutionary Innovation Point to Genetic Control Logic as the Key Difference Between Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes. Wikidata
Megacatastrophes ! nine strange ways the world could end National Library of France
Meteorites at Meridiani Planum provide evidence for significant amounts of surface and near-surface water on early Mars Wikidata
Microbial survival rates of Escherichia coli and Deinococcus radiodurans under low temperature, low pressure, and UV-Irradiation conditions, and their relevance to possible Martian life. Wikidata
Nearly Forty Years after Viking: Are We Ready for a New Life-Detection Mission? Wikidata
New evidence for a magmatic influence on the origin of Valles Marineris, Mars Wikidata
The overprotection of Mars Wikidata
Planetary imaging in powers of ten: a multiscale, multipurpose astrobiological imager. Wikidata
A possible biogenic origin for hydrogen peroxide on Mars: the Viking results reinterpreted Wikidata
The power of social structure: how we became an intelligent lineage Wikidata
Reassessing the possibility of life on venus: proposal for an astrobiology mission. Wikidata
The search for alien life in our solar system: strategies and priorities. Wikidata
The search for life beyond Earth through fuzzy expert systems Wikidata
Searching for Life Beyond Our Planet: Are We There Yet? Wikidata
Simulations of Prebiotic Chemistry under Post-Impact Conditions on Titan. Wikidata
The Solar Wind Power Satellite as an alternative to a traditional Dyson Sphere and its implications for remote detection Wikidata
Sorption heat engines: Simple inanimate negative entropy generators Wikidata
Strategy for modeling putative multilevel ecosystems on Europa. Wikidata
Structural and tidal models of Titan and inferences on cryovolcanism Wikidata
A sulfur-based survival strategy for putative phototrophic life in the venusian atmosphere. Wikidata
Supercritical carbon dioxide and its potential as a life-sustaining solvent in a planetary environment. Wikidata
Survey of the Outline of an Early Roman Marching-camp in Germany by Rammner's Current Line Pertubation Method Wikidata
Thermal energy and the origin of life Wikidata
Tier-Scalable Reconnaissance Missions For The Autonomous Exploration Of Planetary Bodies Wikidata
Variations in hydraulic conductivity with scale of measurement during aquifer tests in heterogeneous, porous carbonate rocks Wikidata
We are not alone : why we have already found extraterrestrial life BIBSYS

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