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Microbial community and geochemical analyses of trans-trench sediments for understanding the roles of hadal environments

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Microbial community and geochemical analyses of trans-trench sediments for understanding the roles of hadal environments

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Microbial community and geochemical analyses of trans-trench sediments for understanding the roles of hadal environments

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Microbial community and geochemical analyses of trans-trench sediments for understanding the roles of hadal environments

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England: Nature Publishing Group

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The ISME Journal, 2020, Vol.14 (3), p.740-756

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Hadal trench bottom (>6000 m below sea level) sediments harbor higher microbial cell abundance compared with adjacent abyssal plain sediments. This is supported by the accumulation of sedimentary organic matter (OM), facilitated by trench topography. However, the distribution of benthic microbes in different trench systems has not been well explore...

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Microbial community and geochemical analyses of trans-trench sediments for understanding the roles of hadal environments

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1751-7362

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1751-7370

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10.1038/s41396-019-0564-z

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