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Nature geoscience, ISSN 1752-0908, 2010, Volume 3, Issue 12, pp. 858 - 861
Deep-sea sediments harbour a vast biosphere. Archaea-one of the three domains of life-are prevalent in marine environments, and comprise a significant fraction... 
TETRAETHER LIPIDS | BACTERIA | GEOSCIENCES, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | ENVIRONMENTS | SUBSEAFLOOR SEDIMENTS | BIOSYNTHESIS | ZONE | FLOOR BIOSPHERE | MARINE SUBSURFACE SEDIMENTS | LIFE
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Marine micropaleontology, ISSN 0377-8398, 2018, Volume 138, pp. 33 - 45
Because prokaryotes (Eubacteria, Archaea) are ubiquitous in the marine realm, it may not be surprising that they are important to the diet of at least some... 
Rhizarian protist | Commensalism | Bacteria | Oxygen depletion | Transmission Electron Microscopy | Microbiome | AMMONIA | DENITRIFICATION | SANTA-BARBARA BASIN | ENDOBIONTS | PALEONTOLOGY | PACIFICA | ANOXIA | DEEP-SEA | Biogeochemistry
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Limnology and Oceanography, ISSN 0024-3590, 5/2009, Volume 54, Issue 3, pp. 723 - 734
On the basis of in situ $NO_3^ - $ microprofiles and chamber incubations complemented by laboratory-based assessments of anammox and denitriflcation we... 
MARINE-SEDIMENTS | ESTUARINE SEDIMENT | COASTAL SEDIMENT | CONTINENTAL-MARGIN | ISOTOPE PAIRING TECHNIQUE | OCEANOGRAPHY | ANAEROBIC AMMONIUM OXIDATION | ORGANIC-MATTER | LIMNOLOGY | IN-SITU | SINKING PARTICLES | OXYGEN-UPTAKE | Denitrification | Environmental aspects | Marine sediments | Chemical properties | Nitrification
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FRONTIERS IN MICROBIOLOGY, ISSN 1664-302X, 08/2019, Volume 10, p. 1952
...Author(s): Elisabetta Manea, Antonio Dell'Anno, Eugenio Rastelli, Michael Tangherlini, Takuro Nunoura, Hidetaka Nomaki, Roberto Danovaro, Cinzia Corinaldesi... 
viral lysis | MATTER | viruses | deep-sea ecosystems | BIOGEOGRAPHY | OCEAN | MARINE VIRUSES | ASSEMBLAGES | MICROBIOLOGY | BACTERIAL | benthic prokaryotes | RATES | DEEP-SEA SEDIMENTS | ECOSYSTEM | hadal trenches | WATER | Virus diseases | Research | Ecosystems | Prokaryotes
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FRONTIERS IN MICROBIOLOGY, ISSN 1664-302X, 11/2019, Volume 10
Oceanic trenches at hadal (>6,000 m) depths are hot spots of organic matter deposition and mineralization and can host abundant and active bacterial... 
viruses | bacteria | bacterial biodiversity | ORGANIC-MATTER | MARINE VIRUSES | MICROBIOLOGY | WATER COLUMN | FRAGMENT-LENGTH-POLYMORPHISM | IZU-OGASAWARA TRENCH | sediment geochemistry | subsurface sediments | BENTHIC CARBON MINERALIZATION | COMMUNITY | organic matter cycling | MICROBIAL DIVERSITY | DEEP-SEA | SURFACE SEDIMENTS | hadal trench biosphere
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DEEP-SEA RESEARCH PART I-OCEANOGRAPHIC RESEARCH PAPERS, ISSN 0967-0637, 10/2019, Volume 152, p. 103085
Deep-sea benthic communities depend on the export of organic matter (OM) from the surface ocean. However, the effects of the pelagic-benthic coupling and the... 
COMMUNITY STRUCTURE | FATTY-ACID-COMPOSITION | ONEIROPHANTA-MUTABILIS | MOLPADIA-MUSCULUS | DEPOSIT FEEDERS | LONG-TERM CHANGE | NORTHEAST ATLANTIC | OCEANOGRAPHY | DEEP-SEA SEDIMENTS | NE ATLANTIC | ECOSYSTEM
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Limnology and Oceanography, ISSN 0024-3590, 1/2005, Volume 50, Issue 1, pp. 134 - 146
We measured organic carbon uptake rates by deep-sea benthic foraminifera and studied differences among species, living depth, and seasons to investigate how... 
Global carbon budget | Autumn | Food availability | Algae | Biomass | Organic foods | Sediments | Spring | Carbon | Ocean floor | SIMULATED SEDIMENTATION EVENT | QUANTITATIVE ESTIMATION | SURFACE OCEAN PRODUCTIVITY | SAGAMI-BAY | DEPOSITION | OCEANOGRAPHY | JAPAN | PHYTODETRITUS | FLUX | POPULATIONS | CENTRAL PART | LIMNOLOGY | Marine sediments | Research | Oceanography
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Journal of Oceanography, ISSN 0916-8370, 02/2016, Volume 72, Issue 1, pp. 99 - 111
Sedimentary organic matter and porewater geochemistry at upper bathyal depths off Tohoku, Japan, were investigated 1 year after the 2011 off the Pacific coast... 
Nutrient | Event deposit | Sedimentary organic matter | Turbidite | Dissolved oxygen | SENDAI | OKI EARTHQUAKE | TURBIDITES | CENTRAL JAPAN | MARINE-SEDIMENTS | OCEANOGRAPHY | NITROGEN | SHELF | DIFFUSION | BAY | SLOPE | Observations | Biogeochemical cycles | Methods | Environmental impact analysis | Geochemistry | Sediments | Tsunamis | Earthquakes | Carbon
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Limnology and Oceanography, ISSN 0024-3590, 11/2015, Volume 60, Issue 6, pp. 1906 - 1916
..., and they are potentially able to consume a large quantity of relatively labile organic matter (Moodley et al. ; Nomaki et al. ). In particular, foraminifera are dominant in terms... 
NITRATE UPTAKE | SEDIMENT SAGAMI BAY | CARBON | FRACTIONATION | DENITRIFICATION | MINIMUM ZONE | PARTICULATE | OCEANOGRAPHY | JAPAN | ORGANIC-MATTER | PHYTODETRITUS | LIMNOLOGY | Composition | Environmental aspects | Amino acids | Chemical properties | Nitrogen | Isotopes | Identification and classification | Benthos (Aquatic organisms)
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