Professor Stephen Larter
JB Simpson Professor of Geology
- Hubert CRJ, Oldenburg TBP, Fustic M, Gray ND, Larter SR, Penn K, Rowan AK, Seshadri R, Sherry A, Swainsbury R, Voordouw G, Voordouw JK, Head IM. Massive dominance of Epsilonproteobacteria in formation waters from a Canadian oil sands reservoir containing severely biodegraded oil.
Environmental Microbiology 2012, 14(2), 387-404.
- Gray ND, Sherry A, Grant RJ, Rowan AK, Hubert CRJ, Callbeck CM, Aitken CM, Jones DM, Adams JJ, Larter SR, Head IM. The quantitative significance of Syntrophaceae and syntrophic partnerships in methanogenic degradation of crude oil alkanes.
Environmental Microbiology 2011, 13(11), 2957-2975.
- Larter S, Huang H, Adams J, Bennett B, Snowdon LR. A practical biodegradation scale for use in reservoir geochemical studies of biodegraded oils.
Organic Geochemistry 2012, 45, 66-76.
- Bennett B, Jiang C, Larter SR. Identification and occurence of 25-norbenzohopanes in biodegraded bitumen from Paleozoic carbonates in northern Alberta.
Organic Geochemistry 2009, 40(6), 667-670.
- Larter S, Adams J, Gates ID, Bennett B, Huang H. The Origin, Prediction and Impact of Oil Viscosity, Heterogeneity on the Production Characteristics of Tar Sand and Heavy Oil Reservoirs.
Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 2008, 47(1), 52-61.
- Sherry A, Gray ND, Ditchfield AK, Aitken CM, Jones DM, Röling WFM, Hallmann C, Larter SR, Bowler BFJ, Head IM. Anaerobic biodegradation of crude oil under sulphate-reducing conditions leads to only modest enrichment of recognized sulphate-reducing taxa.
International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation 2013, 81, 105-113.
- Aitken CM, Jones DM, Maguire MJ, Gray ND, Sherry A, Bowler BFJ, Ditchfield AK, Larter SR, Head IM. Evidence that crude oil alkane activation proceeds by different mechanisms under sulfate-reducing and methanogenic conditions.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 2013, 109, 162-174.
- Bennett B, Adams JJ, Gray ND, Sherry A, Oldenburg TBP, Huang H, Larter SR, Head IM. The controls on the composition of biodegraded oils in the deep subsurface - Part 3. The impact of microorganism distribution on petroleum geochemical gradients in biodegraded petroleum reservoirs.
Organic Geochemistry 2013, 56, 94-105.
- Lambo AJ, Noke K, Larter SR, Voordouw G. Competitive, Microbially-Mediated Reduction of Nitrate with Sulfide and Aromatic Oil Components in a Low-Temperature, Western Canadian Oil Reservoir.
Environmental Science & Technology 2008, 42(23), 8941-8946.