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Adaptation, spatial variability, and phylogenetic characterization of methanotrophic communities in permafrost soils of the Lena Delta, Siberia [Elektronische Ressource] / vorgelegt von Susanne Liebner

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adaptation, spatial variability, and phylogenetic characterizationof methanotrophic communities in permafrost soils of the lena delta, siberiaDissertation von Susanne LiebnerNovember 2007Adaptation, spatial variability, and phylogenetic characterization of methanotrophic communities in permafrost soils of the Lena Delta, SiberiaDissertation zurErlangung des Grades eines Doktors der Naturwissenschaften -Dr. rer. nat.- dem Fachbereich Biologie/Chemie der Universität Bremen vorgelegt von Susanne Liebner Potsdam, November 2007 Die Untersuchungen zur vorliegenden Dissertation wurden hauptsächlich am Alfred-Wegener-Institut für Polar- und Meeresforschung in Potsdam durchgeführt. Einzelne Analysen erfolgten zusätzlich am Max-Planck-Institut für Marine Mikrobiologie in Bremen.1. Gutachter: Prof. Dr. Rudolf Amann 2. Gutachter: Dr. habil. Dirk Wagner PREFACE & ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS PrefaceThis work was integrated into the Russian-German joint venture project System Laptev Sea 2000. The focus of this project was to extent our knowledge about the Laptev Sea system in north-east Siberia obtained through previous Russian-German projects, such as the Laptev Sea System (1994-1997), and Taymyr (1994-1997). Studies on Quaternary environmental changes, Arctic coastal dynamics and recent periglacial processes including ecological studies on permafrost soils and ecosystems of the central Lena Delta were in the focus of the recent project(Schirrmeister et al., 2004).

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