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Record #179822:

Abundant microbial polymers affect sea-ice structure / Christopher Krembs, Andrew Juhl.

Title: Abundant microbial polymers affect sea-ice structure / Christopher Krembs, Andrew Juhl.
Author(s): Krembs, Christopher.
Juhl, Andrew.
Date: 2007.
In: Witness the Arctic. (2007.), Vol. 12(2) (2007)
Abstract: Reports study of evolution of extracellular polymeric substances (EPS) in sea ice near Barrow, Alaska, using cores of sea ice collected from December 2003-June 2004. Finds that EPS concentrations within ice change over season in response to several processes, including in-situ production by algae and bacteria, and incorporation of sediment particles carrying large quantities of EPS.
Notes:

Witness the Arctic. Vol. 12(2) :20 (2007).

Keywords: 551.326.7 -- Sea ice.
57 -- Biology.
574.2 -- Organisms, influence of environment.
577.1 -- Biochemistry.
579 -- Microbiology and bacteriology.
592 -- Invertebrata.
E6 -- Glaciology: floating ice.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*49) -- Alaska.
(*60) -- Arctic Ocean and adjacent waters.
SPRI record no.: 179822

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