Sulfide intrusion in a habitat forming seagrass can be predicted from relative abundance of sulfur cycling genes in sediments

Matthew W. Fraser, Belinda C. Martin, Hon Lun Wong, Brendan P. Burns, Gary A. Kendrick

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Earth and Planetary Sciences