2 edition of Influence of environment on stream microbial dynamics found in the catalog.
Influence of environment on stream microbial dynamics
S. M. Morrison
|Statement||by S.M. Morrison and J.F. Fair.|
|Series||Hydrology papers -- 13|
|Contributions||Fair, J. F., Colorado State University.|
In the second part of the book the use of biofilms in water quality is comprehensively covered. Chapters discuss biofilms in water quality, environmental risk assessment, monitoring and ecotoxicological approaches. Further topics include biofilm development in sewage pipes and the potential for microbial transformations in these systems. The resulting workshop summary, Microbial Evolution and Co-Adaptation, demonstrates the extent to which conceptual and technological developments have, within a few short years, advanced our collective understanding of the microbiome, microbial genetics, microbial communities, and microbe-host-environment interactions.
Among diverse microbial habitats, the aquatic environment offers readily available energy sources to both autotrophic and heterotrophic organisms. Photoreductive energy in the form of photosynthetically active radiation (PAR) can be transmitted to at least a depth of m of much of the world’s pelagic oceanic and freshwater systems Cited by: In the environment, and particularly in aquatic ecosystems, the diversity and dynamics of microbial eukaryotes are still poorly understood. Among the new paradigms and challenges constantly emerging in aquatic sciences, probing the unexplored reservoir of novel ‘species’, genes, and metabolic pathways from microbial eukaryotes offers Format: Hardcover.
Influence of moisture and freeze-thaw on leaf microbial community dynamics. Author(s): Corrigan, C.; Oelbermann, M. Author Affiliation: Department of Environment and Resource Studies, Faculty of Environment, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON N2L G1, Canada. Author Email: [email protected] by: 2. Groundwater has long been an object of intense scrutiny. Only recently have methods become available that permit ecologists, hydrologists, and environmental scientists to assess the biotic and abiotic status of these all-important aquifers. Groundwater Ecology reviews and synthesizes these emerging results by focusing attention on the following issues:* The dynamics of water .
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Influence of environment on stream microbial dynamics (Online) (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Sumner M Morrison; Jerrell F Fair; Colorado State University.
Hydrology and Water Resources Program. Stream Ecosystems in a Changing Environment synthesizes the current understanding of stream ecosystem ecology, emphasizing nutrient cycling and carbon dynamics, and providing a forward-looking perspective regarding the response of stream ecosystems to environmental change.
Each chapter includes a section focusing on anticipated and ongoing. The influence of habitat heterogeneity on freshwater bacterial community composition and dynamics Article (PDF Available) in Environmental Microbiology 10(4). 3 The Built Environment and Microbial Communities Chapter Highlights.
The composition and viability of indoor microbial communities are determined by the characteristics and dynamic interactions of the building they inhabit, the building’s occupants, and. Part of the challenge in projecting how stream microbes will be understood within the broader context of stream function is recognizing when established drivers of microbial structure and function are operating outside the previously observed range, and/or when novel drivers exert a significant influence on stream : S.
Findlay. Nutrient dynamics and stream order influence microbial community patterns along a kilometer transect of the Mississippi River: Microbial regime changes on the Mississippi River.
The dream of many aquatic microbial ecologists is to link this kind of organism‐process coupled model into three‐dimensional hydrodynamic models to most fully simulate the physical and chemical environment experienced by microbes, while allowing for feedback of microbial activities to the environment and other community by: 1.
Season and invertebrate effects on microbial dynamics. Season influenced microbial dynamics throughout decomposition for biomass and enzyme activities in both meshes (significant season × day interaction, all P Cited by: The IGC Symposium Microbial Eco-Evolutionary Dynamics meeting aims to discuss recent research developments in eco-evolutionary dynamics and to serve as a venue for integrating the results obtained by studying microbial evolution and ecology from different research fields.
The field of environmental microbiology addresses one of the world’s most important areas of scientific research: the roles that microbes play in all planetary environments.
The Manual of Environmental Microbiology is the only book to offer a comprehensive analysis of these critical environments. Thoroughly updated and revised, this third edition assembles in a single volume. Within the benthic realm life carpets the sedimentary surface of all aquatic ecosystems including the oceans, lakes, rivers and streams.
Microorganisms of all types, bacteria, archaea and eukaryotes, inhabit these environments and through their metabolic activities contribute to the biogeochemical cycles that sustain life on earth. In this chapter we address the questionCited by: 3.
The load was then divided by the watershed area to give the stream yield. Both FIB count and stream yield were reviewed for normality and log‐transformed to achieve normality prior to data analysis.
Statistical analysis assessed the influence of environmental parameters and land‐use factors on microbial water quality in the watershed by: Marine microbes, including both eukaryotes and prokaryotes, are the basal components of marine food webs and play a fundamental role in global biogeochemical cycling.
Marine phytoplankton are responsible for approximately 50% of Earth’s primary production, while heterotrophic bacteria and archaea modulate carbon and nutrient cycling in the marine.
The species of trees in tropical timber plantations can influence multiple ecosystem services, including belowground C storage [7,10,11].Trees play an essential role in maintaining the soil C pool through inputs of organic C and other nutrients from decomposing leaf litter [12,13].Tree species identity also has a strong influence on decomposition processes, because the decay Cited by: 2.
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Stream Ecology by Allan and Castillo is extensively revised and updated from the successful first edition to include major developments over the past decade. Although the subject matter is relatively advanced, this book has been written with the express goal of being accessible to students with only modest backgrounds in ecology and aquatic sciences.4/5(2).
CONCLUSION Microbial ecology in the study of community dynamics and the interaction of microbes with each other and with plants, animals and the environment in which they live Micro-organism are an important part of ecosystem (self regulating biological communities and their physical environments).
Microbial Ecosystems of Antarctica (Studies in Polar Research) The book examines the major features of the chemical and physical environment in each habitat, and the influence of these features on the population structure and dynamics of their microbiota. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download Cited by: River ecosystems are flowing waters that drain the landscape, and include the biotic (living) interactions amongst plants, animals and micro-organisms, as well as abiotic (nonliving) physical and chemical interactions of its many parts.
River ecosystems are part of larger watershed networks or catchments, where smaller headwater streams drain into mid-size streams, which. Microbial oceanography is a field that is caught between scales — microbial processes must be understood at the scale of the individual microorganism, but yet we want to understand the Cited by:.
Environment and food chain length produced a significant interaction response in average bacterial density (Table 1, Fig. 1c).
Post hoc tests indicate that bacterial density in the warm normal and warm adjusted levels of environment was not significantly different. A full list of multiple comparisons conducted on average density is provided in Cited by: Extracellular DNA (exDNA) pool in aquatic environments is a valuable source for biomonitoring and bioassessment.
However, degradation under particular environmental conditions can hamper exDNA detectability over time. In this study, we analyzed how different biotic and abiotic factors affect the degradation rate of extracellular environmental DNA using 16S rDNA sequences Author: Nur Syahidah Zulkefli, Keon-Hee Kim, Soon-Jin Hwang.Stream ecology also includes stream biogeochemistry and is linked closely to physical sciences such as hydrology and fluvial geomorphology.
General Overviews Stream ecology has a variety of themes representing the full spectrum of ecology from individuals (e.g., genetics, behavior, habitat, and feeding) to ecosystems (e.g., nutrient cycling.