o2 microsensor Articles

  • Biogeochemistry of an Iron-Rich Hypersaline Microbial Mat (Camargue, France)

    In situ microsensor measurements were combined with biogeochemical methods to determine oxygen, sulfur, and carbon cycling in microbial mats growing in a solar saltern (Salin-de-Giraud, France). Sulfate reduction rates closely followed the daily temperature changes and were highest during the day at 25°C and lowest during the night at 11°C, most probably fueled by direct substrate interactions ...


    By Springer

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