Metagenomics reveals sediment microbial community response to Deepwater Horizon oil spill

@inproceedings{Mason2014MetagenomicsRS,
  title={Metagenomics reveals sediment microbial community response to Deepwater Horizon oil spill},
  author={Olivia U. Mason and Nicole M Scott and Antonio Gonzalez and Adam Robbins-Pianka and Jacob B{\ae}lum and Jeffrey A. Kimbrel and Nicholas J. Bouskill and Emmanuel Prestat and Sharon E. Borglin and Dominique C. Joyner and Julian L. Fortney and Diogo Jurelevicius and William T. Stringfellow and Lisa Alvarez-Cohen and Terry C Hazen and Rob Knight and Jack A. Gilbert and Janet K. Jansson},
  booktitle={The ISME Journal},
  year={2014}
}
The Deepwater Horizon (DWH) oil spill in the spring of 2010 resulted in an input of ∼4.1 million barrels of oil to the Gulf of Mexico; >22% of this oil is unaccounted for, with unknown environmental consequences. Here we investigated the impact of oil deposition on microbial communities in surface sediments collected at 64 sites by targeted sequencing of 16S rRNA genes, shotgun metagenomic sequencing of 14 of these samples and mineralization experiments using 14C-labeled model substrates. The… CONTINUE READING
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