Formation and stability of oxygen-rich bubbles that shape photosynthetic mats.

@article{Bosak2010FormationAS,
  title={Formation and stability of oxygen-rich bubbles that shape photosynthetic mats.},
  author={Tanja Bosak and John W. M. Bush and M. Rachel Flynn and Biqing Liang and Shigeaki Ono and Alexander P. Petroff and Min Sub Sim},
  journal={Geobiology},
  year={2010},
  volume={8 1},
  pages={45-53, 53-5}
}
Gas release in photic-zone microbialites can lead to preservable morphological biosignatures. Here, we investigate the formation and stability of oxygen-rich bubbles enmeshed by filamentous cyanobacteria. Sub-millimetric and millimetric bubbles can be stable for weeks and even months. During this time, lithifying organic-rich laminae surrounding the bubbles can preserve the shape of bubbles. Cm-scale unstable bubbles support the growth of centimetric tubular towers with distinctly laminated… CONTINUE READING
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