From land to lake: Contrasting microbial processes across a Great Lakes gradient of organic carbon and inorganic nutrient inventories

@inproceedings{Dila2015FromLT,
  title={From land to lake: Contrasting microbial processes across a Great Lakes gradient of organic carbon and inorganic nutrient inventories},
  author={Deborah K. Dila and Bopaiah A. Biddanda},
  year={2015}
}
Abstract Freshwater aquatic biota receive carbon and nutrients from within the system as well as from the terrestrial environment in varying proportions. During 2010–2011, we examined seasonal changes in carbon and nutrient inventories, plankton community composition and metabolism along a land-to-lake gradient in a major western Michigan watershed at four interconnected habitats ranging from a small creek to offshore Lake Michigan. In all seasons Lake Michigan had significantly lower… CONTINUE READING
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