• Evolución del proceso de fotosíntesis después del impacto del asteroide de Chicxulub 

    Pérez Díaz, Noel; Martín González, Osmel; Cárdenas Ortiz, Rolando (2014)
    Se evalua como pudo evolucionar el proceso de la photosíntesis del fitoplancton después de un evento catastrófico como el impacto del asteroide de Chicxulub, emploeándose el modelo E de fotosíntesis para fitoplancton con ...
  • The mass impacts on chemosynthetic primary producers: potential implications on anammox communities and their consequences 

    Pérez Díaz, Noel; Velazco Vargas, Jorge Luis; Martín González, Osmel; Cárdenas Ortiz, Rolando; Martínez Frías, Jesús (2018)
    The potential of a mass asteroid impact on Earth to disturb the chemosynthetic communities at global scale is discussed. Special emphasis is made on the potential influence on anammox communities and their implications in ...
  • Modeling the onset of photosynthesis after the Chicxulub asteroid impact 

    Pérez Díaz, Noel; Cárdenas Ortiz, Rolando; Martín González, Osmel; Rojas Consuegra, Reinaldo (2013)
    We do a preliminary modelling of the photosynthetic rates of phytoplankton at the very beginning of the Paleogene, just after the impact of the Chicxulub asteroid, which decisively contributed to the last known mass ...
  • On the habitability of aquaplanets 

    Cárdenas Ortiz, Rolando; Pérez Díaz, Noel; Martinez Frias, Jesus; Martín González, Osmel (2014)
    An Aquatic Habitability Index is proposed, based on Quantitative Habitability Theory, and considering a very general model for life. It is a primary habitability index, measuring habitability for phytoplankton in the first ...
  • The potential for photosynthesis in hydrothermal vents: a new avenue for life in the universe? 

    Pérez Díaz, Noel; Cárdenas Ortiz, Rolando; Martín González, Osmel; Leiva Mora, Michel (2013)
    We perform a quantitative assessment for the potential for photosynthesis in hydrothermal vents in the deep ocean. The photosynthetically active radiation in this case is from geothermal origin: the infrared thermal ...

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