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The Effects of Sediment Slurrying on Microbial Processes, and the Role of Amino Acids as Substrates for Sulfate Reduction in Anoxic Marine Sediments

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TN_cdi_crossref_primary_10_1007_BF02180164

The Effects of Sediment Slurrying on Microbial Processes, and the Role of Amino Acids as Substrates for Sulfate Reduction in Anoxic Marine Sediments

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The Effects of Sediment Slurrying on Microbial Processes, and the Role of Amino Acids as Substrates for Sulfate Reduction in Anoxic Marine Sediments

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The Effects of Sediment Slurrying on Microbial Processes, and the Role of Amino Acids as Substrates for Sulfate Reduction in Anoxic Marine Sediments

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Heidelberg: Kluwer Academic Publishers

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Biogeochemistry, 1989-07-01, Vol.8 (1), p.1-23

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TN_cdi_crossref_primary_10_1007_BF02180164

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English

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Heidelberg: Kluwer Academic Publishers

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In sediment slurry experiments with anoxic marine sediments collected in Cape Lookout Bight, NC, and a site in mid-Chesapeake Bay, the rates of sulfate reduction and ammonium production decrease with increasing dilution of sediment with oxygen-free seawater. The effect of sediment dilution on the rates of these processes can be described by a simpl...

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The Effects of Sediment Slurrying on Microbial Processes, and the Role of Amino Acids as Substrates for Sulfate Reduction in Anoxic Marine Sediments

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TN_cdi_crossref_primary_10_1007_BF02180164

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0168-2563

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1573-515X

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10.1007/BF02180164

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