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Characterization of soil microbial communities along saline gradient at the Gallocanta Lake, Spain

AuthorsDuran, Robert; Carbon, Anne; Castañeda del Álamo, Carmen ; Lauga, Beatrice
Issue DateSep-2014
CitationProceedings of the IX European Wetland Congress, Wetlands Biodiversity and Services: Tools for Socio-Ecological Development (14-18 September 2014. Huesca, Spain), pp. 146-147.
AbstractThe Gallocanta Lake (Aragon, Spain) is the largest and bestpreserved saline lake in Western Europe. Its geology, mineralogy and hydrology have been well documented. The area is very dynamic with sensitive and rapid environmental changes subjecting the microbial communities to a strong selection pressure. Soil microbial communities were characterized along saline gradients by 16S rRNA gene sequence analyses. Samples were taken in April 2013 along three distinct a saline gradient covering 1) a non-vegetated soil at the lake border, 2) a vegetated soil near the lake and 3) an agricultural soil with the use of pesticide. Our objective was to describe the diversity of microbial communities inhabiting these environments and determine the major parameters controlling the microbial assemblages.
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