Brauer, Suzanna

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Community Analysis Of Southern Appalachian Fens, And Characterization And Isolation Of A Novel Bacterium And Order 2016 872 Peatlands of all latitudes play an integral role in global climate change by serving as a carbon sink and a primary source of atmospheric methane; however, the microbial ecology of mid-latitude peatlands is vastly understudied. Herein, next generatio...
Microbial Community Analysis Coupled With Geochemical Studies Reveal Factors Affecting Biotic Mn(II) Oxidation In Situ 2016 796 Factors that affect biogeochemical cycling are important in ecosystems susceptible to anthropogenic input such as caves. The extent to which anthropogenic input can modulate the pathways and Mn cycling in caves is largely unknown. Microbial communiti...
Microbial Community Patterns Reveal Differences From Bogs To Intermediate Fens In North American Peatlands Along A Latitudinal Grandient 2018 321 Peatlands are unique areas of study due to their capacity to act as both carbon sinks and sources. These wetlands are estimated to hold up to one-third of the Earth’s terrestrial carbon due to an unequal relationship between microbial decomposition a...