Methanogens in the Antarctic Dry Valley permafrost.

@article{Vishnivetskaya2018MethanogensIT,
  title={Methanogens in the Antarctic Dry Valley permafrost.},
  author={Tatiana A Vishnivetskaya and Joy Buongiorno and Jordan T Bird and Kirill Krivushin and Elena V Spirina and Victoria Oshurkova and Victoria A. Shcherbakova and Gary WilsonG. Wilson and Karen G Lloyd and Elizaveta M Rivkina},
  journal={FEMS microbiology ecology},
  year={2018},
  volume={94 8}
}
Polar permafrost is at the forefront of climate change, yet only a few studies have enriched the native methane-producing microbes that might provide positive feedbacks to climate change. Samples Ant1 and Ant2, collected in Antarctic Miers Valley from permafrost sediments, with and without biogenic methane, respectively, were evaluated for methanogenic activity and presence of methanogens. After a one-year incubation of both samples under anaerobic conditions, methane production was observed… CONTINUE READING

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