Bacterial abundance in the Strait of Magellan, supplement to: Talbot, V; Giuliano, L; Bruni, V; Bianchi, Micheline (1997): Bacterial abundance, production and ectoproteolytic activity in the Strait of Magellan. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 154, 293-302

V Talbot, L Giuliano, V Bruni & Micheline Bianchi
Bacterial abundance, bacterial secondary production (BSP) and potential ectoproteolytic activity (PEA) were measured at 6 stations along the Strait of Magellan, South America, toward the end of summer 1995. Because of hydrological and climatic factors, 3 main areas could be identified in which the bacterial component displayed specific characteristics. In the Pacific Ocean side, subjected to freshwater inputs from rainfalls and melting of glaciers, the bacterial activities showed the highest values (BSP: 228.2 ng C/l...
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