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Micro-aerobic bacterial methane oxidation in the chemocline and anoxic water column of deep south-Alpine Lake Lugano (Switzerland)

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TN_cdi_gale_infotracmisc_A363515056

Micro-aerobic bacterial methane oxidation in the chemocline and anoxic water column of deep south-Alpine Lake Lugano (Switzerland)

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Micro-aerobic bacterial methane oxidation in the chemocline and anoxic water column of deep south-Alpine Lake Lugano (Switzerland)

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Micro-aerobic bacterial methane oxidation in the chemocline and anoxic water column of deep south-Alpine Lake Lugano (Switzerland)

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Waco, TX: John Wiley and Sons, Inc

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Limnology and oceanography, 2014, Vol.59 (2), p.311-324

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TN_cdi_gale_infotracmisc_A363515056

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English

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Waco, TX: John Wiley and Sons, Inc

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We measured seasonal variations in the vertical distribution of methane concentration, methane oxidation rates, and lipid biomarkers in the northern basin of Lake Lugano. Methane consumption below the oxic–anoxic interface co-occurred with concentration maxima of 13C-depleted C16 fatty acid biomarkers (with δ13C values as low as −70‰) in the anoxic...

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Micro-aerobic bacterial methane oxidation in the chemocline and anoxic water column of deep south-Alpine Lake Lugano (Switzerland)

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TN_cdi_gale_infotracmisc_A363515056

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0024-3590

E-ISSN

1939-5590

DOI

10.4319/lo.2014.59.2.0311

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