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Microbial diversity across a Canadian sub-Arctic, isostatically rebounding soil transect / J.T. Trevors, P.G. Kevan, L. Tam.

Title: Microbial diversity across a Canadian sub-Arctic, isostatically rebounding soil transect / J.T. Trevors, P.G. Kevan, L. Tam.
Author(s): Trevors, J. T.
Kevan, P. G.
Tam, L.
Date: 2010.
In: Polar Science. (2010.), Vol. 4(1) (2010)
Abstract: Reports investigation of 1 km and 2 km soil transects to understand microbial diversity in post-ice-age, isostatically rebounding soil environment. Uses community-level substrate utilisation analysis and 16S rDNA eubacterial diversity. Community-level substrate analysis demonstrates that, regardless of location along transect from sea-coast to forest, sandy or peat soil, microbial diversity is virtually identical.
Notes:

Polar Science. Vol. 4(1) :81-91 (2010).

Keywords: 574.4 -- Ecology, terrestrial.
579 -- Microbiology and bacteriology.
631.4 -- Soil science.
631.41 -- Soils, chemical properties.
631.43 -- Soils, physical and mechanical properties.
F -- Biological sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*41) -- Canada.
(*426) -- Manitoba.
SPRI record no.: 191019

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