Data from: A compendium of geochemical information from the Saanich Inlet water column

Monica Torres Beltran, Alyse K. Hawley, David Capelle, Elena Zaikova, David A. Walsh, Andreas Mueller, Melanie Scofield, Sam Kheirandish, Chris Payne, Larysa Pakhomova, Maya P. Bhatia, Olena Shevchuk, Esther A. Gies, Diane K. Fairley, Frank A. Whitney, Philippe D. Tortell & Steven J. Hallam
Marine oxygen minimum zones (OMZs) are widespread and naturally occurring water column features that constitute ~7% of global ocean volume, but contribute disproportionately to biogeochemical cycling of carbon, nitrogen and climate active trace gases such as nitrous oxide and methane. Climate change compounded by other human activities is causing OMZ expansion. While microbial communities are the primary engines driving biogeochemical cycles in OMZs, our current understanding of microbial community metabolism is hindered by a lack...
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