Christopher H. House
Christopher H. House
Professor of Geosciences
Verified email at psu.edu
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Methane-consuming archaea revealed by directly coupled isotopic and phylogenetic analysis
VJ Orphan, CH House, KU Hinrichs, KD McKeegan, EF DeLong
science 293 (5529), 484-487, 2001
10262001
Manganese-and iron-dependent marine methane oxidation
EJ Beal, CH House, VJ Orphan
Science 325 (5937), 184-187, 2009
8742009
Distributions of microbial activities in deep subseafloor sediments
S D'Hondt, BB Jørgensen, DJ Miller, A Batzke, R Blake, BA Cragg, ...
Science 306 (5705), 2216-2221, 2004
7612004
Heterotrophic Archaea dominate sedimentary subsurface ecosystems off Peru
JF Biddle, JS Lipp, MA Lever, KG Lloyd, KB Sørensen, R Anderson, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (10), 3846-3851, 2006
7312006
Multiple archaeal groups mediate methane oxidation in anoxic cold seep sediments
VJ Orphan, CH House, KU Hinrichs, KD McKeegan, EF DeLong
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (11), 7663-7668, 2002
6512002
Metagenomic signatures of the Peru Margin subseafloor biosphere show a genetically distinct environment
JF Biddle, S Fitz-Gibbon, SC Schuster, JE Brenchley, CH House
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (30), 10583-10588, 2008
4472008
Carbonaceous meteorites contain a wide range of extraterrestrial nucleobases
MP Callahan, KE Smith, HJ Cleaves, J Ruzicka, JC Stern, DP Glavin, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (34), 13995-13998, 2011
4142011
Whole genome-based phylogenetic analysis of free-living microorganisms
ST Fitz Gibbon, CH House
Nucleic acids research 27 (21), 4218-4222, 1999
3261999
Consumption of Methane and CO2 by Methanotrophic Microbial Mats from Gas Seeps of the Anoxic Black Sea
T Treude, V Orphan, K Knittel, A Gieseke, CH House, A Boetius
Applied and environmental microbiology 73 (7), 2271-2283, 2007
1792007
Carbon isotopic fractionation by Archaeans and other thermophilic prokaryotes
CH House, JW Schopf, KO Stetter
Organic Geochemistry 34 (3), 345-356, 2003
1742003
Carbon isotopic composition of individual Precambrian microfossils
CH House, JW Schopf, KD McKeegan, CD Coath, TM Harrison, KO Stetter
Geology 28 (8), 707-710, 2000
1692000
Biogeochemical signatures through time as inferred from whole microbial genomes
AL Zerkle, CH House, SL Brantley
American Journal of Science 305 (6-8), 467-502, 2005
1662005
Methyl sulfides as intermediates in the anaerobic oxidation of methane
JJ Moran, EJ Beal, JM Vrentas, VJ Orphan, KH Freeman, CH House
Environmental microbiology 10 (1), 162-173, 2008
1522008
Geological, geochemical, and microbiological heterogeneity of the seafloor around methane vents in the Eel River Basin, offshore California
VJ Orphan, W Ussler III, TH Naehr, CH House, KU Hinrichs, CK Paull
Chemical Geology 205 (3-4), 265-289, 2004
1462004
Background levels of methane in Mars’ atmosphere show strong seasonal variations
CR Webster, PR Mahaffy, SK Atreya, JE Moores, GJ Flesch, C Malespin, ...
Science 360 (6393), 1093-1096, 2018
1452018
Using homolog groups to create a whole-genomic tree of free-living organisms: an update
CH House, ST Fitz-Gibbon
Journal of molecular evolution 54 (4), 539-547, 2002
1232002
Combining constructed wetlands and aquatic and soil filters for reclamation and reuse of water
CH House, BA Bergmann, AM Stomp, DJ Frederick
Ecological Engineering 12 (1-2), 27-38, 1999
1231999
Metal limitation of cyanobacterial N2 fixation and implications for the Precambrian nitrogen cycle
AL Zerkle, CH House, RP Cox, DE Canfield
Geobiology 4 (4), 285-297, 2006
1212006
The stepwise evolution of early life driven by energy conservation
JG Ferry, CH House
Molecular biology and evolution 23 (6), 1286-1292, 2005
1212005
Electrochemical acceleration of chemical weathering as an energetically feasible approach to mitigating anthropogenic climate change
KZ House, CH House, DP Schrag, MJ Aziz
Environmental Science & Technology 41 (24), 8464-8470, 2007
1192007
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