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lake sediments


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lake sediments

Natural radioactivity levels in lake sediment samples

Depth distribution of active bacteria and bacterial activity in lake sediment

Dissolution of titanomagnetite and sulphidization in sediments from Lake Kinneret, Israel

A 640 kyr geomagnetic and palaeoclimatic record from Lake Baikal sediments

Ferrous iron oxidation by denitrifying bacteria in profundal sediments of a deep lake (Lake Constance)

Bacterial magnetite produced in water column dominates lake sediment mineral magnetism: Lake Ely, USA

Environmental magnetic responses of urbanization processes: evidence from lake sediments in East Lake, Wuhan, China

Preferential cultivation of type II methanotrophic bacteria from littoral sediments (Lake Constance)

Potential sulfur metabolisms and associated bacteria within anoxic surface sediment from saline meromictic Lake Kaiike (Japan)

Methane cycling in lake sediments and its influence on chironomid larval δ13C

Microbial community structure in methane hydrate-bearing sediments of freshwater Lake Baikal

A CARD-FISH protocol for the identification and enumeration of cyanobacterial akinetes in lake sediments

Diversity of RuBisCO and ATP citrate lyase genes in soda lake sediments

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

Influence of temperature and high acetate concentrations on methanogenensis in lake sediment slurries

The vertical distribution of bacterial and archaeal communities in the water and sediment of Lake Taihu

Local adaptation of microbial communities to heavy metal stress in polluted sediments of Lake Erie

Methanogenic archaeal community in the sediment of an artificially partitioned acidic bog lake

 

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Lakes show a great range in size and depth, from small local ponds to bodies of water covering thousands of square kilometres. Many large lakes originate in tectonic depressions (rift ...

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