Carbon fixation by photosynthetic mats along a temperature gradient in a Tengchong hot spring

Yidi Zhang
Geothermal hot springs, widely distributed on Earth, are important geological green-house gas sources which contribute large amounts of CO2 emission to the atmosphere. Exploring microbial carbon fixation in these springs is vital to fully understand the carbon budget in these terrestrial aquatic systems. In this study, carbon fixation rate by photosynthetic mats was determined with a 13C labeling approach along a gradient of temperature (~69 - ~75 oC) in a geothermal pool at Rehai Park...
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