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Salinity, depth and the structure and composition of microbial mats in continental Antarctic lakes

(2004) FRESHWATER BIOLOGY. 49(3). p.296-319
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Sabbe, Koen, DA HODGSON, Elie Verleyen, et al. “Salinity, Depth and the Structure and Composition of Microbial Mats in Continental Antarctic Lakes.” FRESHWATER BIOLOGY 49.3 (2004): 296–319. Print.
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Sabbe, Koen, HODGSON, D., Verleyen, E., TATON, A., WILMOTTE, A., Vanhoutte, K., & Vyverman, W. (2004). Salinity, depth and the structure and composition of microbial mats in continental Antarctic lakes. FRESHWATER BIOLOGY, 49(3), 296–319.
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Sabbe, Koen, DA HODGSON, Elie Verleyen, A TATON, A WILMOTTE, Koenraad Vanhoutte, and Wim Vyverman. 2004. “Salinity, Depth and the Structure and Composition of Microbial Mats in Continental Antarctic Lakes.” Freshwater Biology 49 (3): 296–319.
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Sabbe, Koen, DA HODGSON, Elie Verleyen, A TATON, A WILMOTTE, Koenraad Vanhoutte, and Wim Vyverman. 2004. “Salinity, Depth and the Structure and Composition of Microbial Mats in Continental Antarctic Lakes.” Freshwater Biology 49 (3): 296–319.
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Sabbe K, HODGSON D, Verleyen E, TATON A, WILMOTTE A, Vanhoutte K, et al. Salinity, depth and the structure and composition of microbial mats in continental Antarctic lakes. FRESHWATER BIOLOGY. 2004;49(3):296–319.
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K. Sabbe et al., “Salinity, depth and the structure and composition of microbial mats in continental Antarctic lakes,” FRESHWATER BIOLOGY, vol. 49, no. 3, pp. 296–319, 2004.
@article{211545,
  author       = {Sabbe, Koen and HODGSON, DA and Verleyen, Elie and TATON, A and WILMOTTE, A and Vanhoutte, Koenraad and Vyverman, Wim},
  issn         = {0046-5070},
  journal      = {FRESHWATER BIOLOGY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {296--319},
  title        = {Salinity, depth and the structure and composition of microbial mats in continental Antarctic lakes},
  volume       = {49},
  year         = {2004},
}

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