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Record #209743:

Microbial cell retention in a melting High Arctic / Mats P. Bjørkman, and 5 others.

Title: Microbial cell retention in a melting High Arctic / Mats P. Bjørkman, and 5 others.
Author(s): Bjørkman, Mats P.
Date: 2014.
In: Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. (2014.), Vol. 46(2) (2014)
Abstract: Investigates influence of snowpack elution on retention of microbial cells in Ny-Ålesund area, Svalbard. Finds that snowpack and glacier surface can act as accumulator of cell biomass during melt season, suggesting that wet snowpacks, even on surface of High Arctic glaciers, are likely to be dynamic ecosystems in their own right.
Notes:

Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. Vol. 46(2) :471-482 (2014).

Keywords: 550.47 -- Biogeochemistry.
551.578.46 -- Snow cover and snow patches.
551.579.2 -- Water supply from snow.
574 -- Ecology.
574.2 -- Organisms, influence of environment.
577.1 -- Biochemistry.
579 -- Microbiology and bacteriology.
E14 -- Glaciology: biological aspects of ice and snow.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*32) -- Svalbard.
SPRI record no.: 209743

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