Salt marsh pore water geochemistry does not correlate with microbial community structure

@inproceedings{Koretsky2004SaltMP,
  title={Salt marsh pore water geochemistry does not correlate with microbial community structure},
  author={Carla M. Koretsky and Philippe Van Cappellen and Thomas J Dichristina and Joel E. Kostka and Kristi L. Lowe and C Mark Moore and Alakendra N. Roychoudhury and Eric Viollier},
  year={2004}
}
Spatial and temporal trends in pore water geochemistry and sediment microbial community structure are compared at three intertidal sites of a saltmarsh on Sapelo Island, GA. The sites include a heavily bioturbated, unvegetated creek bank, a levee with dense growth of Spartina alterniflora, and a more sparsely vegetated ponded marsh site. The redox chemistry of the pore waters ranges from sulfide-dominated at the ponded marsh site to suboxic at the creek bank site. At the three sites, the… CONTINUE READING

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