Ammonia oxidation: different niches for bacteria and archaea?

@article{Schleper2010AmmoniaOD,
  title={Ammonia oxidation: different niches for bacteria and archaea?},
  author={Christa Schleper},
  journal={The ISME Journal},
  year={2010},
  volume={4},
  pages={1092-1094}
}
marine microbial ecosystems to climate change. Given the strong evidence, however, that we are fundamentally changing Earth’s ‘heart and lungs’, there is no longer any excuse for international community not to pursue deep and rapid cuts in the use of fossil fuels and other greenhouse gas emitting sources. If we continue to ignore this evidence, we will place our planet, and the future of ourselves and our children, in extreme jeopardy. 

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