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Pressure effects On marine prokaryoTES (POTES)
Entry ID: POTES


Summary
Abstract: The ANR POTES program (Pressure effects On marine prokaryoTES) project concerns the role of marine micro-organisms in the mineralization of particulate (POM) and dissolved (DOM) organic matter and on the regeneration of biogenic compounds (silicates, carbonates) in the meso- and bathypelagic zones of the Ocean. Nowadays, most of the information regarding these processes comes from the epi-pelagic ... View entire text

Purpose: The major aim of the POTES project is to determine the effect of pressure on prokaryote community structure, and on their activities related to the OM transformation and mineralization using a double and innovative approach based on both laboratory experiments and in situ studies (ANTARES and DYFAMED sites, North-Western Mediterranean Sea). Due to the high inputs of anthropic OM in the Ocean ... View entire text
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Temporal Coverage
Start Date: 2005-01-01
Stop Date: 2008-12-31
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Data Center
International Marine Biogeochemistry and Ecosystem Research Supplemental Info
Data Center URL: http://www.imber.info/

Data Center Personnel
Name: IMBER INTERNATIONAL PROJECT OFFICE
Phone: +33 (0)2-98-49-86-72
Fax: +33 (0)2-98-49-86-09
Email: imber at univ-brest.fr
Personnel
Role: INVESTIGATOR
Phone: +33(0)4 91 82 90 53
Email: tamburini at univmed.fr
Contact Address:
LMGEM UMR 6117 / CNRS - Universite de la Mediterranee - Centre d'Oceanologie de Marseille / 163 Avenue de Luminy
City: Marseille
Postal Code: 13288
Country: France
Publications/References
Al Ali B.*, Garel M., Cuny P., Miquel J.-C., Toubal T., Robert A.* & Tamburini C. (2010). Luminous bacteria in the deep-sea waters near the ANTARES underwater neutrino telescope (NW Mediterranean Sea). Chemistry & Ecology, 26 (1): 57-72.

Tapilatu Y.*, Acquaviva M., Guigue C., Miralles G., Bertrand J.C. & Cuny P. (2010). Isolation of alkane-degrading bacteria from deep-sea Mediterranean sediments. ... View entire text
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Creation and Review Dates
DIF Creation Date: 2011-02-03
Last DIF Revision Date: 2018-02-05




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