In situ development of a methanotrophic microbiome in deep-sea sediments

@article{Ruff2018InSD,
  title={In situ development of a methanotrophic microbiome in deep-sea sediments},
  author={S. Ruff and J. Felden and H. Gruber-Vodicka and Y. Marcon and K. Knittel and A. Ramette and A. Boetius},
  journal={The ISME Journal},
  year={2018},
  volume={13},
  pages={197 - 213}
}
Emission of the greenhouse gas methane from the seabed is globally controlled by marine aerobic and anaerobic methanotrophs gaining energy via methane oxidation. However, the processes involved in the assembly and dynamics of methanotrophic populations in complex natural microbial communities remain unclear. Here we investigated the development of a methanotrophic microbiome following subsurface mud eruptions at Håkon Mosby mud volcano (1250 m water depth). Freshly erupted muds hosted deep… Expand
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