A flow cytometric method to measure prokaryotic records in ice cores : an example from the West Antarctic Ice Sheet Divide drilling site

@inproceedings{Santibez2016AFC,
  title={A flow cytometric method to measure prokaryotic records in ice cores : an example from the West Antarctic Ice Sheet Divide drilling site},
  author={Pamela A Santib{\'a}{\~n}ez and Joseph R McConnell and John C Priscu},
  year={2016}
}
Microorganisms were the earliest inhabitants on our planet that occupy nearly every environment, and play a major role in biogeochemical cycles. Despite their global importance, there remains a paucity of data on microbial responses to long-term environmental and climatic changes. Microorganisms are known to be immured in glacial ice, but no high-resolution temporal records of their density exist, owing in large part to the lack of appropriate clean methodology that allows for rapid analysis of… CONTINUE READING

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