Biogenic Mn-Oxides in Subseafloor Basalts

@inproceedings{Ivarsson2015BiogenicMI,
  title={Biogenic Mn-Oxides in Subseafloor Basalts},
  author={Magnus Ivarsson and Curt Broman and H Gustafsson and Nils G. Holm and Zonghua Wang},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2015}
}
The deep biosphere of the subseafloor basalts is recognized as a major scientific frontier in disciplines like biology, geology, and oceanography. Recently, the presence of fungi in these environments has involved a change of view regarding diversity and ecology. Here, we describe fossilized fungal communities in vugs in subseafloor basalts from a depth of 936.65 metres below seafloor at the Detroit Seamount, Pacific Ocean. These fungal communities are closely associated with botryoidal Mn… CONTINUE READING
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