Response of Methanogens in Arctic Sediments to Temperature and Methanogenic Substrate Availability

@inproceedings{Blake2015ResponseOM,
  title={Response of Methanogens in Arctic Sediments to Temperature and Methanogenic Substrate Availability},
  author={Lynsay I. Blake and Alexander Tveit and Lise \Ovre{\aa}s and Ian M. Head and Neil D. Gray and Jonathan H. Badger},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2015}
}
Although cold environments are major contributors to global biogeochemical cycles, comparatively little is known about their microbial community function, structure, and limits of activity. In this study a microcosm based approach was used to investigate the effects of temperature, and methanogenic substrate amendment, (acetate, methanol and H2/CO2) on methanogen activity and methanogen community structure in high Arctic wetlands (Solvatnet and Stuphallet, Svalbard). Methane production was not… CONTINUE READING
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