Study Detail

TitleReactivation of deep subsurface microbial community in response to methane or methanol amendment
Study TypeOther
Abstract Microorganisms in deep terrestrial subsurface environments are generally metabolically quite inactive. This is due to limited supply of electron donors and acceptors. When the environmental parameters change, e.g. due to influx of C-1 carbon substrates the microbial community rapidly reactivates. In .. [more]
Description Microorganisms in deep terrestrial subsurface environments are generally metabolically quite inactive. This is due to limited supply of electron donors and acceptors. When the environmental parameters change, e.g. due to influx of C-1 carbon substrates the microbial community rapidly reactivates. In .. [more]
Center NameVTT Technical Research Centre of Finland