"The Effects of Ocean Acidity and Elevated Temperature on Bacterioplankton Community Structure and Metabolism"
written by Nam Siu, Jude K. Apple, Craig L. Moyer,
published by Open Journal of Ecology, Vol.4 No.8, 2014
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