Browsing Department of Biology by Subject "16S rRNA"
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Potential impacts of abrupt in situ CO2 acidification on microbial abundance and community structure in deep-sea sediments (The University of Bergen, 2013-06-05)Studying the environmental impacts of CO2 leakage is important to evaluate the risk of sub sea CO2 storage. If there were possibilities that small amounts of CO2 would leak out, what would the environmental impact be on ...Master thesis
(Inter-Research, 2011-01)The surfaces of kelp are covered with bacteria that may utilize kelp-produced carbon and thereby contribute significantly to the carbon flux in kelp forest ecosystems. There is scant knowledge about the identity of these ...Peer reviewedJournal article