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Mathematical simulation of the diel O, S, and C biogeochemistry of a hypersaline microbial mat

Aerobic biodegradation of benzene and toluene under hypersaline conditions at the Great Salt Plains, Oklahoma

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Antagonistic interactions between heterotrophic bacteria as a potential regulator of community structure of hypersaline microbial mats

Diversity of sulfate-reducing bacteria from an extreme hypersaline sediment, Great Salt Lake (Utah)

Effects of salinity and light on organic carbon and nitrogen uptake in a hypersaline microbial mat

Diversity and distribution of Halomonas in Rambla Salada, a hypersaline environment in the southeast of Spain


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Containing excessive salts, having high salinity (greater than 35 parts per thousand).

Subjects: Environmental Science.

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