Establishing Sampling Procedures in Lake Cores for Subsurface Biosphere Studies : Assessing In Situ Microbial Activity

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  title={Establishing Sampling Procedures in Lake Cores for Subsurface Biosphere Studies : Assessing In Situ Microbial Activity},
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  year={2010}
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  • Published 2010
Sub-recent sediments in modern lakes are ideal to study early diagenetic processes with a combination of physical, chemical, and biological approaches. Current developments in the rapidly evolving field of geomicrobiology have allowed determining the role of microbes in these processes. Their distribution and diversity in marine sediments have been studied for some years. Comparable studies in the lacustrine realm, however, are quite scarce and mainly focused on the water column and/or very… CONTINUE READING

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