Microbial metabolic rates in the Ross Sea: the ABIOCLEAR Project

@inproceedings{Azzaro2019MicrobialMR,
  title={Microbial metabolic rates in the Ross Sea: the ABIOCLEAR Project},
  author={Maurizio Azzaro and Theodore T. Packard and Luis Salvador Monticelli and Giovanna Maimone and Alessandro C Rappazzo and Filippo Azzaro and Federica Grilli and Ermanno Crisafi and Rosabruna La Ferla},
  year={2019}
}
The Ross Sea is one of the most productive areas of the Southern Ocean and includes several functionally different marine ecosystems. With the aim of identifying signs and patterns of microbial response to current climate change, seawater microbial populations were sampled at different depths, from surface to the bottom, at two Ross Sea mooring areas southeast of Victoria Land in Antarctica. This oceanographic experiment, the XX Italian Antarctic Expedition, 2004-05, was carried out in the… CONTINUE READING
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