Diversity and distribution of Archaea in global estuarine ecosystems.

@article{Liu2018DiversityAD,
  title={Diversity and distribution of Archaea in global estuarine ecosystems.},
  author={Xiaobo Liu and Jie Pan and Yang Liu and Meng Li and Ji-Dong Gu},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2018},
  volume={637-638},
  pages={
          349-358
        }
}
Community, Distribution, and Ecological Roles of Estuarine Archaea
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