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Department of Geosciences claudio.argentino@uit.no +4777625190 Tromsø MODULBYGG D105

Argentino, Claudio



  • Claudio Argentino, Alessandra Savini, Giuliana Panieri :
    Integrating Fine-Scale Habitat Mapping and Pore Water Analysis in Cold Seep Research: A Case Study from the SW Barents Sea
    Springer Nature 2022 DOI
  • Claudio Argentino, Kate Alyse Waghorn, Sunil Vadakkepuliyambatta, Stephane Polteau, Stefan Bünz, Giuliana Panieri :
    Dynamic and history of methane seepage in the SW Barents Sea: new insights from Leirdjupet Fault Complex
    Scientific Reports 2021 ARKIV / DOI
  • Claudio Argentino, Federico Lugli, Anna Cipriani, Giuliana Panieri :
    Testing miniaturized extraction chromatography protocols for combined 87Sr/86Sr and δ88/86Sr analyses of pore water by MC‐ICP‐MS
    Limnology and Oceanography : Methods 04. May 2021 ARKIV / DOI
  • Stefano Conti, Claudio Argentino, Chiara Fioroni, Aura Cecilia Salocchi, Daniela Fontana :
    Miocene Seep-Carbonates of the Northern Apennines (Emilia to Umbria, Italy): An Overview
    Geosciences 2021 ARKIV / DOI
  • S. Conti, S. Baucon, Claudio Argentino, D. Fontana :
    Trace fossils in seep-impacted sediments as a tool to decipher the origin of fine-grained intervals of the Marnoso-arenacea turbidite succession (Miocene, northern Apennines, Italy)
    Sedimentary Geology 2021 DOI
  • Claudio Argentino, J.E. Johnson, S. Conti, C. Fioroni, D. Fontana :
    Preservation of 34S-enriched sulfides in fossil sulfate-methane transition zones: new evidence from Miocene outcrops of the northern Apennines (Italy)
    Geo-Marine Letters 2020 DOI
  • Claudio Argentino, Federico Lugli, Anna Cipriani, Stefano Conti, Daniela Fontana :
    A deep fluid source of radiogenic Sr and highly dynamic seepage conditions recorded in Miocene seep carbonates of the northern Apennines (Italy)
    Chemical Geology 2019 DOI
  • Abidemi Akinselure, Giuliana Panieri, Claudio Argentino :
    The Use of Foraminiferal Geochemistry to Investigate Methane Seepage at the Svyatogor Ridge, Arctic Ocean
    2022 FULLTEKST
  • Claudio Argentino, Kate Alyse Waghorn, Monica Winsborrow, Stefan Bünz, Giuliana Panieri :
    Paleo-gas hydrate distribution associated with hill-hole pair formation in the SW Barents Sea
  • Mathew Alexander Stiller-Reeve, Giuliana Panieri, Claudio Argentino, Kate Alyse Waghorn, Sunil Vadakkepuliyambatta, Dimitri Kalenitchenko :
    Hand-written letters and polaroid photo albums linking geoscientists with school classes
  • Luca Fallati, Alessandra Savini, Claudio Argentino, Stefan Bünz, Giuliana Panieri :
    Using ROV video photogrammetry to reconstruct seafloor landforms of Arctic cold seep environments
  • Chiara Fusca, Luca Fallati, Alessandra Savini, Claudio Argentino, Benedicte Ferré, Giuliana Panieri :
    Classification Of Arctic Seafloor Based On Object-Based Image Analysis (OBIA) Techniques
    2022
  • Luca Fallati, Alessandra Savini, Claudio Argentino, Stefan Bünz, Giuliana Panieri :
    Seafloor Landforms Of The Central Part Of Haakon Mosby Mud Volcano (Barents Sea) Reconstruct Through Rov Video Photogrammetry
    2022
  • Claudio Argentino, Federica Riva, Diana Sahy, Rune Mattingsdal, Stefan Bünz, Giuliana Panieri :
    Sediment and pore fluid geochemistry of oil-impacted sediments at Prins Karl Foreland seeps, W. Svalbard
    2022
  • Claudio Argentino, Cathrin Wittig, Giuliana Panieri :
    Geochemical evidence for nitrogen fixation by methane-oxidizing consortia in gas hydrate-bearing sediments at Håkon Mosby Mud Volcano, SW Barents Sea
    2022
  • Mathew Alexander Stiller-Reeve, Claudio Argentino, Kate Alyse Waghorn, Sunil Vadakkepuliyambatta, Dimitri Kalenitchenko, Giuliana Panieri :
    Hand-written letters and photo albums linking geoscientists with school classes
    2022
  • João Balsa, Claudio Argentino, Federica Riva, Helena Adão, Giuliana Panieri, Sofia Ramalho :
    Nematode communities from a natural oil seep off Svalbard
    2022
  • Tim de Groot, Dimitri Kalenitchenko, Manuel Moser, Benedicte Ferré, Claudio Argentino, Giuliana Panieri et al.:
    Methanotroph connectivity between two seep systems north of Svalbard
    2022
  • Melyssa Correa-Diaz, Chiara Borrelli, Abidemi Alex Akinselure, Claudio Argentino, Giuliana Panieri :
    Is Svyatogor Ridge a paleo-cold seep?
    2022
  • Claudio Argentino, Giulia Galimberti, Gonzalez J. Gonzalez, M. Hoff, Yulia Mun, Bjørn Runar Olsen et al.:
    CAGE22-1. Environmental geochemistry and seafloor characterization of Repparfjord, Kvalsund, Northern Norway
    2022 FULLTEKST
  • Claudio Argentino, Kate Alyse Waghorn, Sunil Vadakkepuliyambatta, Stephane Polteau, Stefan Bünz, Giuliana Panieri :
    Dynamics of methane seepage at Leirdjupet Fault Complex (SW Barents Sea) since last deglaciation and possible future scenarios 
  • Daniela Fontana, Stefano Conti, Chiara Fioroni, Claudio Argentino :
    Gas hydrate destabilization and sea-level changes: insights from Miocene seep carbonate deposits of the northern Apennines (Italy)
  • Claudio Argentino :
    SEDIMENT SAMPLING USING THE GRAVITY CORER
    2021 FULLTEKST
  • Claudio Argentino, Alessandra Savini, Stefan Bünz, Giuliana Panieri :
    Every cold seep tells a story: the case study of Leirdjupet Fault Complex, SW Barents Sea
    2021
  • Kate Alyse Waghorn, Malin Waage, Claudio Argentino :
    CAGE-20-3 Cruise Report. Geochemical and Sedimentological Investigation into Ingøydjupet, Håkon Mosby Mud Volcano and the Sorvestnaget Sand Waves
    2020 FULLTEKST
  • Claudio Argentino, Alessandra Savini, Giuliana Panieri :
    Combining seafloor imagery with pore water chemistry at Arctic cold seeps: a new case study from the SW Barents Sea 
  • Karin Andreassen, Henry Patton, Rune Mattingsdal, Manuel Moser, Frances Ann Cooke, Pär Jansson et al.:
    CAGE19-2 Cruise Report: Hunting gas flares and launching seafloor observatory
    2019 FULLTEKST

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    Research interests

    Sediment and pore fluid geochemistry, biogeochemistry, environmental geochemistry, marine carbonates, deep-sea extreme environments




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