Microbial Diversity in the Deep Marine Sediments from the Qiongdongnan Basin in South China Sea

@article{Jiang2007MicrobialDI,
  title={Microbial Diversity in the Deep Marine Sediments from the Qiongdongnan Basin in South China Sea},
  author={Hongchen Jiang and Hailiang Dong and Shanshan Ji and Y. Ye and N. Wu},
  journal={Geomicrobiology Journal},
  year={2007},
  volume={24},
  pages={505 - 517}
}
The continental shelf and slope in the northern South China Sea is well known for its prospect of oil/gas/gas-hydrate resources. To study microbial communities and their roles in carbon cycling, a 4.9-m sediment core was collected from the Qiongdongnan Basin on the continental slope of the South China Sea during our cruise HY4-2005-5 in 2005. Geochemical, mineralogical, and molecular phylogenetic analyses were carried out. Sulfate concentration in pore water decreased with depth. Abundant… Expand
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