Pieter A. Schenck

Affiliations: 
Geology and geophysics Utrecht University, Utrecht, Netherlands 
Area:
Organic geochemistry
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Adriaan H.W. Aten, Jr. research assistant 1958 Amsterdam (Chemistry Tree)

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Jaap J. Boon grad student 1978 Delft University of Technology (Chemistry Tree)
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Schenck PA, De Leeuw JW. (2016) Molecular Organic Geochemistry Handbook of Environmental Chemistry. 1: 111-129
Schenck PA. (2012) From Milan to Interlaken: 50Years of international meetings on organic geochemistry in Europe Organic Geochemistry. 53: 3-4
Schenck PA. (2008) The history of the EAOG in relation to the development of organic geochemistry Organic Geochemistry. 39: 899-904
Saliot A, Marty JC, Scribe P, et al. (1991) Characterization of particulate organic matter in Mediterranean sea-surface films and underlying water by flash pyrolysis and gas chromatographic analyses Organic Geochemistry. 17: 329-340
Saliot A, Marty JC, Scribe P, et al. (1991) Characterization of particulate organic matter in Mediterranean sea-surface films and underlying water by flash pyrolysis and gas chromatographic analyses Organic Geochemistry. 17: 329-340
Tegelaar EW, Kerp H, Visscher H, et al. (1991) Bias of the paleobotanical record as a consequence of variations in the chemical composition of higher vascular plant cuticles Paleobiology. 17: 133-144
Tegelaar EW, Kerp H, Visscher H, et al. (1991) Bias of the paleobotanical record as a consequence of variations in the chemical composition of higher vascular plant cuticles Paleobiology. 17: 133-144
Moers MEC, Baas M, de Leeuw JW, et al. (1990) Analysis of neutral monosaccharides in marine sediments from the equatorial eastern Atlantic Organic Geochemistry. 15: 367-373
Moers MEC, Baas M, de Leeuw JW, et al. (1990) Analysis of neutral monosaccharides in marine sediments from the equatorial eastern Atlantic Organic Geochemistry. 15: 367-373
Moers MEC, Baas M, De Leeuw JW, et al. (1990) Occurrence and origin of carbohydrates in peat samples from a red mangrove environment as reflected by abundances of neutral monosaccharides Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta. 54: 2463-2472
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