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Microbial processes and biomass on the southeastern continental shelf
University of Georgia. Institute of Ecology.
1978 by Georgia Marine Science Center, University System of Georgia in Skidaway Island .
Written in English
|Series||Technical report series - Georgia Marine Science Center -- no. 78-4., Technical report series (Georgia Marine Science Center) -- no. 78-4.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||65 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||65|
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Get this from a library. Microbial processes and biomass on the southeastern continental shelf: cruise report, [University of Georgia. Institute of Ecology.]. Respiratory rates of south-eastern U.S.A. continental shelf microbial plankton are 11±014 μ m h −1 near shore in winter and 095±008 μ m O 2 h −1 in summer.
In mid-shelf they are 07±011 in winter and 13±028 in summer, and at the edge of the Gulf Stream they Cited by: Kai Höffner, Paul I. Barton, in Computer Aided Chemical Engineering, Microbial Biomass Production.
Three types of microorganism are used for microbial biomass production: bacteria, fungi (including higher fungi) and microalgae. Preferred characteristics of the microorganisms are high specific growth rate, high substrate to biomass yield, high cell density, ability to use complex.
Abstract. There has been an explosion of research on marine microbial foodweb processes in the past decade. Today it is widely accepted that about 50% of the primary production in marine and fresh water is processed by bacteria each day (Williams, ; Cole et al., ).This striking finding was stimulated, as others have noted, by the introduction of convenient methods for the estimation of Cited by: 5 Production of Microbial Biomass high.
In contrast, their nucleic acid content (10 to 16%) is greater than that of yeasts. A limited number of bacterial species can be used in foodstuffs as many are pathogenic. In addition, separation is difficult because of their small size. Fungi The use of fungi as biomass is relatively Size: 70KB.
Anaerobic microbial processes produce a unique set of conditions for plants and animals in salt marsh estuaries. These processes are most active within the estuary and very nearshore environments.
The change in their activity as one proceeds seaward affects both inorganic and organic nutrient regeneration and animal by: 5. Nearly 50% of the biomass produced from primary production is thought to deposit onto the shallow continental shelf seafloor, where active microbial communities mineralize the organic matter and.
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Continental shelf is a highly dynamic system controlled by water mass interactions, biogeochemical processes, and biological production of organic matter.
Climatic and hydrological processes originate large variability in many scales of time and space that are responsible for its typical unsteady status, mainly at shallower depths. The southeastern Brazilian continental shelf is an important Author: Ana Maria S.
Pires-Vanin. Microbial processes and biomass on the southeastern continental shelf book biomass declined during andpresumably in direct response to El Niiio conditions or from reduced primary productivity.
Our results and studies by others suggest that tidal mixing, internal waves, and local upwelling are important processes that distinguish the inner continental shelf of the. The dense shelf water cascading (DSWC) is a type of gravity current, occurring when dense water (DW) forms over the continental shelf due to atmospheric forcing Microbial processes and biomass on the southeastern continental shelf book.
cooling or Cited by: 3. A cold seep (sometimes called a cold vent) is an area of the ocean floor where hydrogen sulfide, methane and other hydrocarbon-rich fluid seepage occurs, often in the form of a brine pool.
Cold does not mean that the temperature of the seepage is lower than that of the surrounding sea water. On the contrary, its temperature is often slightly higher. The "cold" Microbial processes and biomass on the southeastern continental shelf book relative to the very warm (at.
The microbial species reviewed in this book possess particular advantages as production strains and are currently employed for the synthesis of numerous biofuels and chemicals. The book reviews the general and strain-specific genetic engineering strategies for the improvement of.
Estimates of total microbial biomass were consistently small throughout the season at both sites. Based on microscopic cell volume estimates the hicllest recorded value, micrograms biomass c m~-1 is approximately equivalent to w-4 cells per mi. These values can be placed in context through a comparison with the observed carbon dioxide fluxesCited by: 9.
The exploration of intraterrestrial life is consequently, in parallel to the exploration of possible life on other planets, strongly dependent on sophisticated technological equipment and skills. The exploration of the (super)deep intraterrestrial biosphere has merely begun.
Global microbial biomass distribution at a glanceCited by: UNESCO – EOLSS SAMPLE CHAPTERS MEDICAL SCIENCES – Water Microbial Ecology – An Overview – A.
Alexopoulos, S. Plessas and E. Bezirtzoglou ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) elements (e.g. CO2, N2) and the decomposition of complex ones as the remains of dead organisms. Microbial ecology and particular the water microbial ecology studies theFile Size: KB. A critical evaluation of microbial product formation in biological processes.
Water Science and Technology, 19 (), A critical evaluation of microbial product formation in Cited by: Brackish marshes develop by salt marshes where a significant freshwater influx dilutes the seawater to brackish levels of commonly happens upstream from salt marshes by estuaries of coastal rivers or near the mouths of coastal rivers with heavy freshwater discharges in the conditions of low tidal ranges.
See also. The book identifies five key areas of research that can be combined to support and direct sustainable land management practices: agriculture, biodiversity, ecosystem services, integrated soil ecology research, and policy.
Topics include: A broad range of soil microbial processes in terms of the importance of microbial heterogeneity. We characterized, at millimeter resolution, bacterial biomass, diversity, and vertical stratification of biological soil crusts in arid lands from the Colorado Plateau.
Microscopic counts, extractable DNA, and plate counts of viable aerobic copiotrophs (VAC) revealed that the top centimeter of crusted soils contained atypically large bacterial populations, tenfold larger than those in Cited by: Plant Biomass and Productivity in Marine and Terrestrial Ecosystems Ecosystem Biomass ( g) Net Primary Production ( g year-1) Turnover time (years) Marine Land The main punch line: Despite low biomass, plankton biomass turnover is rapid – implies rapid cycling of bioelements in the sea.
Page 4 Biomass Supply and Carbon Accounting for Southeastern Forests eXecUtIVe sUmmARY As climate change policy develops, forest biomass is consistently recognized as an alternative fuel with the potential to replace fossil fuels and mitigate the build-up of atmospheric carbon.
In response to these issues, the southeastern United States has. The continental shelf is the part of the continent that lies underwater directly off the shore. The shelf ends when it drops below feet from the surface into the deep ocean.
The floor of the shelf is a soft layer of sediment accumulated through river-wash and upwelling from deeper parts of the ocean. microbial biomass under suitable environmental conditions. Valuable information on biomass growth, turnover time, death rates, and the efficiency of C use can be derived from reliable biomass C data.
The soil microbial biomass carbon comprises 25% of total organic carbon in soil and is an important component of soil. Abbott, M.R. and D.B. Chelton Advances in passive remote sensing of the ocean. U.S. National Report of the International Union of Geologists and Geophysicists –, Rev.
Geophys. Our purpose was to determine the impact of forest harvest intensity, soil compaction, and their interaction on soil organic carbon (SOC) and total nitrogen (TN) storage, and on soil microbial biomass C and N (MBC and MBN, respectively) in a Pinus taeda L.
forest years post-treatment at the Groveton LTSP site in eastern Texas, USA. Soils were Cited by: The highest biomass levels were found in the highly transmissive Hanford formation.
Our finding is consistent with data from other terrestrial subsurface environments, where microbial biomass and activity generally decline as a function of depth and then remain relatively constant over a range of deeper sediments.
The subsurface in the Hanford Cited by: In addition, because of its low biomass, contamination from sampling, storage, and preparation conditions is a major issue for studies of microbial communities in ice (Ram,).
The surface ice of the ice core probably contains microbial contaminants that were introduced. This data set provides the concentrations of soil microbial biomass carbon (C), nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P), soil organic carbon, total nitrogen, and total phosphorus at biome and global scales.
The data were compiled from a comprehensive survey of publications from the late s to and include 3, data points from papers. GCE Data Sets: ORG-GCED (Seasonal Evolution of Terrigenous Dissolved Organic Matter in the South Atlantic Bight off Georgia in ).
MIC-GCED (Coupling between Sediment and Water Column Populations of Ammonia Oxidizing Thaumarchaeota in the Duplin River near Sapelo Island, Georgia). CHM-OTH (Chemical speciation of copper in a salt marsh estuary near Sapelo Island.
Sedimenting seston was collected by means of an improved sedimentation trap biweekly at 4-meter intervals for over two years in a hard-water lake of southern Michigan. Chemical analyses of the sedimenting seston indicated significant spatial and temporal changes.
A marked displacement of. CURRICULUM VITAE James L. Pinckney Current as of 15 August Google Scholar: James L. Pinckney ORCID: Belle W. Baruch Institute for Marine and Coastal Sciences University of South Carolina Columbia, SC USA Office: Lab: Email: [email protected] EDUCATION Ph. (Ecology) Biological Sciences, University of South.
Influence of physical and biological processes on the concentration of O2 and CO2 in the ice-covered Weddell Sea in the spring of Macrofaunal communities on the continental shelf and slope of the southeastern Weddell Sea, Antarctica Book Title Weddell Sea Ecology Book Subtitle Results of EPOS European ”Polarstern“ Study.
Bowers, D. Simpson, J. Geographical variations in the seasonal heating cycle in northwest european shelf seas Continental Shelf Research 10 Boyd, P. Watson, A. Law, C. S A mesoscale phytoplankton bloom in the polar Southern Ocean Cited by: Cross shelf dynamics in a shallow coastal ocean region can be a significantly interaction of the circulation [Huthnance, ] and the ecosystem dynamics [Chen et al., ] and can strongly influence the biomass flux across the shelf.
These complex processes are readily identified in ocean color satellite imagery as bio-optical and. The observation that the microbial biomass carbon declines with depth was similarly reported by Kaiser and Hein Meyer (). Santruckova () reported that the microbial biomass depends positively on the soil organic carbon contents and on soil moisture and It can have a direct effect on microbial biomass (Scott-Denton et al., ).File Size: KB.
Microalgae 01 the continental shelf off Paraná State, southeastern Brazil: a review of studies Frederico P. BRANDINI1 & Luciano F. FERNANDES2 1Universidade Federal do Paraná, Centro de Estudos do Mar (Av.
Beira Mar, s/n,Pontal do Sul, Pontal do Paraná, PR, Brasil) 2 Universidade Federal do Paraná, Setor de Ciências Biológicas. The Plymouth Student Scientist,3, (1),  Seagrass beds have long been recognised as highly important in coastal systems due to the complex habitat they provide for macro-organisms (Jackson et al., ; Kaiser et al., ; Nakaoka, ), their role in shoreline protection (Duarte, ; Kaiser et al., ), and their potential to mitigate problems of eutrophication due to.
Microbial activity and biomass in saline soils have been extensively studied, but a little is known about the effect of organic carbon (OC) addition on adaptation of soil microbes to salinity.
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