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Biodégradation anaérobique des structures squelettiques en milieu marin: 1. Approche morphologique = Anaerobic biodegradation of skeletal structures of marine sediments. 1. Morphological approach
Simon, A.; Poulicek, M. (1990). Biodégradation anaérobique des structures squelettiques en milieu marin: 1. Approche morphologique = Anaerobic biodegradation of skeletal structures of marine sediments. 1. Morphological approach. Cah. Biol. Mar. 31(1): 95-105
In: Cahiers de Biologie Marine. Station Biologique de Roscoff: Paris. ISSN 0007-9723, more
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    Marine

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  • Simon, A.
  • Poulicek, M.

Abstract
    Morphological approach: Weathering processes in marine environment are important since they limit organic matter accumulation in sediments and depletion of biogenic elements. Marine biodegradation studies usually concern aerobic sedimentary layers. Despite the fact that anaerobic biodegradation is rarely taken into account, many authors consider biological weathering processes in anoxic sediment to occur slowlier than in oxic zones.

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