Microbial cell budgets of an Arctic glacier surface quantified using flow cytometry.

@article{IrvineFynn2012MicrobialCB,
  title={Microbial cell budgets of an Arctic glacier surface quantified using flow cytometry.},
  author={Tristram D. L. Irvine-Fynn and Arwyn Edwards and Sarah Newton and Harry Langford and Sara M. E. Rassner and Jon P. Telling and Alexandre M Anesio and Andrew J. Hodson},
  journal={Environmental microbiology},
  year={2012},
  volume={14 11},
  pages={2998-3012}
}
Uncertainty surrounds estimates of microbial cell and organic detritus fluxes from glacier surfaces. Here, we present the first enumeration of biological particles draining from a supraglacial catchment, on Midtre Lovénbreen (Svalbard) over 36 days. A stream cell flux of 1.08 × 10(7)  cells m(-2)  h(-1) was found, with strong inverse, non-linear associations between water discharge and biological particle concentrations. Over the study period, a significant decrease in cell-like particles… CONTINUE READING
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