2022
DOI: 10.1590/2675-2824070.22137jgp
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Contribution of chemoautotrophy and heterotrophy to the microbial carbon cycle in the Southwestern Atlantic Ocean

Abstract: Dark carbon fixation (DCF) is a source of new and labile carbon in the deep ocean, while heterotrophic microbial production (HMP) promotes organic matter transfer through the microbial loop. Despite their ecological relevance, there is a scientific gap regarding the estimates of DCF and HMP in the Southwestern Atlantic Ocean. Thus, the aim of this study was to investigate the spatial distribution of DCF and HMP; their relevance to the ocean carbon cycle; their relationship with environmental parameters and amo… Show more

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