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25. Microbial ecology of an Antarctic saline meromictic lake

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Hand, R.M., Burton, H.R. 25. Microbial ecology of an Antarctic saline meromictic lake. Hydrobiologia 81, 363–374 (1981). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00048725

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Keywords

  • Meromictic Lake
  • Saline Meromictic Lake