Spatial distribution of microbial communities in the shallow submarine alkaline hydrothermal field of the Prony Bay, New Caledonia.

@article{Quemeneur2014SpatialDO,
  title={Spatial distribution of microbial communities in the shallow submarine alkaline hydrothermal field of the Prony Bay, New Caledonia.},
  author={M. Quéméneur and M. Bes and A. Postec and N. Mei and J. Hamelin and C. Monnin and V. Chavagnac and C. Payri and B. Pelletier and Linda Guentas-Dombrowsky and M. G{\'e}rard and C. Pisapia and E. G{\'e}rard and B. M{\'e}nez and B. Ollivier and G. Erauso},
  journal={Environmental microbiology reports},
  year={2014},
  volume={6 6},
  pages={
          665-74
        }
}
The shallow submarine hydrothermal field of the Prony Bay (New Caledonia) discharges hydrogen- and methane-rich fluids with low salinity, temperature (< 40°C) and high pH (11) produced by the serpentinization reactions of the ultramafic basement into the lagoon seawater. They are responsible for the formation of carbonate chimneys at the lagoon seafloor. Capillary electrophoresis single-strand conformation polymorphism fingerprinting, quantitative polymerase chain reaction and sequence analysis… Expand
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