Allochthonous carbon is a major regulator to bacterial growth and community composition in subarctic freshwaters

@inproceedings{Roiha2016AllochthonousCI,
  title={Allochthonous carbon is a major regulator to bacterial growth and community composition in subarctic freshwaters},
  author={Toni Roiha and Sari Peura and Mathieu Cusson and Marjatta Rautio},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2016}
}
In the subarctic region, climate warming and permafrost thaw are leading to emergence of ponds and to an increase in mobility of catchment carbon. As carbon of terrestrial origin is increasing in subarctic freshwaters the resource pool supporting their microbial communities and metabolism is changing, with consequences to overall aquatic productivity. By sampling different subarctic water bodies for a one complete year we show how terrestrial and algal carbon compounds vary in a range of… CONTINUE READING
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