Bacteria (16S) and Eukaryotes (18S) from the Sor Rondane Mountains (East Antarctica)
A bacterial and microeukaryotic biodiversity study, using pyrosequencing analysis on a 454 GS FLX+ platform of partial SSU rRNA genes in terrestrial and aquatic habitats of the Sør Rondane Mountains, including soils, on mosses, endolithic communities, cryoconite holes and supraglacial and subglacial meltwater lenses.
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Sor Rondane mountains, Antarctica
|Bounding Coordinates||South West [-71.981, 22.742], North East [-70.012, 23.347]|
Bacteria 16S gene and Eukaryotes 18S gene
|Domain||Bacteria (bacteria), Eukaryota (Eukaryotes)|
|Start Date / End Date||2007-01-01 / 2012-01-01|
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|Funding||This work was supported by the Belgian Federal Science Pol- icy (BelSPO) projects ANTAR-IMPACT (Inventory and evaluation of the environmental impact of the Antarctic research station ‘Princes Elizabeth’) [SD/BA/853], BELDIVA (Belgian Microbial diversity project in Antarctica) [EA/XX/05] and CCAMBIO (Climate Change Antarctic Microbial Biodiversity) [SD/BA/03] and Special Research Fund BOF-UGent [grant 0J28410]. The InBev-Baillet La- tour Fund provided additional funding for eld work through the DELAQUA (Deglaciation, ice-sheet thickness and climate change in Dronning Maud Land during the late Quaternary) project. DO was funded by the Institute for Science and Technology in Flan- ders, M-JM and ZN were funded by the FRIA (Fonds pour la for- mation a` la Recherche dans l’Industrie et dans l’Agriculture) and FRS-FNRS (Fund for Scienti c Research) [FRFC 2.4570.09], re- spectively. Annick Wilmotte is Research Associate of the FRS- FNRS.|
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