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Barbara Cavalazzi

Assistant professor

Department of Biological, Geological, and Environmental Sciences

Academic discipline: GEO/01 Paleontology and Paleoecology

Publications

Keyron, Hickman-Lewis; Frances, Westall; Barbara, Cavalazzi, Traces of early Life from the Barberton Greenstone Belt, South Africa, in: Earth’s Oldest Rocks (Second edition), Amsterdam, Elsevier, 2019, pp. 1029 - 1058 [Chapter or essay]

Felipe Gomez, Barbara Cavalazzi, Nuria Rodríguez, Ricardo Amils, Gian Ori, Karen Olsson-Francis, Escudero Cristina, Jose Martínez, Hagos Miruts, Ultra-small microorganisms in the polyextreme conditions of the Dallol volcano, Northern Afar, Ethiopia, «SCIENTIFIC REPORTS», 2019, 2019, pp. 1 - 9 [Scientific article]Open Access

Cavalazzi, Barbara; Glamoclija, M.; Brack, A.; Westall, F.; Orosei, R.; Cady, S. L., Astrobiology, the Emergence of Life, and Planetary Exploration, in: Planetary Geology, Berlin, Springer, 2018, pp. 347 - 367 [Chapter or essay]

R. Barbieri; B. Cavalazzi, Microterracettes in Sabkha Oum Dba (Western Sahara, Morocco): physical and biological interactions in the formation of a surface micromorphology, «ASTROBIOLOGY», 2018, 18, pp. 1351 - 1367 [Scientific article]

Keyron, Hickman-Lewis; Barbara, Cavalazzi; Frédéric, Foucher; Frances, Westall, Most Ancient Evidence for Life in the Barberton Greenstone Belt: Microbial Mats and Biofabrics of the ~3.47 Ga Middle Marker Horizon, «PRECAMBRIAN RESEARCH», 2018, 312, pp. 45 - 67 [Scientific article]

Coordination of a Research Project: NANOCRYSTALS AS BIOSIGNATURES IN 3.5 BILLION YEARS OLD MICROBIAL REMAINS.

Greco, Francesco; Cavalazzi, Barbara; Hofmann, Axel; HICKMAN-LEWIS, Keyron, 3.4 Ga biostructures from the Barberton greenstone belt of South Africa: new insights into microbial life, «BOLLETTINO DELLA SOCIETÀ PALEONTOLOGICA ITALIANA», 2018, 57, pp. 59 - 74 [Scientific article]

Lemelle, L.; Simionovici, A.; Schoonjans, T.; Tucoulou, R.; Enrico, E.; Salomé, M.; Hofmann, A.; Cavalazzi, B., Analytical requirements for quantitative X-ray fluorescence nano-imaging of metal traces in solid samples, «TRAC», 2017, 91, pp. 104 - 111 [Scientific article]

Coordination of a Research Project: INACMA - Inorganic Nanoparticles in Archaean Carbonaceous Matter - a key to early life and palaeoenvironmental reconstructions.

Orosei, Roberto; Cavalazzi, Barbara, La ricerca della vita nell’Universo, «SAPERE», 2017, 5, pp. 28 - 33 [Scientific article]

Baucon, Andrea; Carvalho, Carlos Neto de; Barbieri, Roberto; Bernardini, Federico; Cavalazzi, Barbara; Celani, Antonio; Felletti, Fabrizio; Ferretti, Annalisa; Schönlaub, Hans Peter; Todaro, Antonio; Tuniz, Claudio, Organism-substrate interactions and astrobiology: Potential, Models and Methods, «EARTH-SCIENCE REVIEWS», 2017, 171, pp. 141 - 180 [Scientific article]

Coordination of a Research Project: SEARCHING FOR BIOSIGNATURES IN ANCIENT CARBONACEOUS MATTER AS EVIDENCE OF EARLY LIFE.

Calça, C.P.; Fairchild, T.R.; Cavalazzi, B.; Hachiro, J.; Petri, S.; Huila, M.F.G.; Toma, H.E.; Araki, K., Dolomitized cells within chert of the permian Assistência Formation, Paraná Basin, Brazil, «SEDIMENTARY GEOLOGY», 2016, 335, pp. 120 - 135 [Scientific article]

Cavalazzi, B .; Barbieri, R., Emergence and evolution of early life in the geological environment, in: The Cnidaria, Past, Present and Future - The world of Medusa and her sisters, Berlin, Springer International Publishing Switzerland, 2016, pp. 3 - 13 [Chapter or essay]

Coordination of a Research Project: In situ NanoSIMS geochemistry of an exceptionally well preserved Paleoarchaean carbonaceous microfossils – a key for planetary habitability.