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Title Deposit-feeding worms control subsurface ecosystem functioning in intertidal sediment with strong physical forcing.
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Contributors L. Deng, C. Meile, A. Fiskal, D Boelsterli, X. Han, N. Gajendra, N. Dubois, S. Bernasconi and M.A. Lever
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Deng, L., Meile, C., Fiskal, A., Boelsterli, D., Han, X., Gajendra, N., Dubois, N., Bernasconi, S. and Lever, M. 2022. Deposit-feeding worms control subsurface ecosystem functioning in intertidal sediment with strong physical forcing. PNAS Nexus. 1(4):pgac146. (DOI: doi.org/10.1093/pnasnexus/pgac146)

Key Words bioturbation, microbial community
File Date 2022
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