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High latitudes are experiencing intense ecosystem changes with climate warming. The underlying methane (CH4) cycling dynamics remain unresolved, despite its crucial climatic feedback. Atmospheric CH4 emissions are heterogeneous, resulting from local geochemical drivers, global climatic factors, and microbial production/consumption balance. Holistic...
Freshwater ecosystems are responsible for an important part of the methane (CH4) emissions which are likely to change with global warming. This study aims to evaluate temperature-induced (from 5 to 20 °C) changes on microbial community structure and methanogenic pathways in five sub-Antarctic lake sediments from Magallanes strait to Cape Horn, Chil...
Global warming may increase the methanogenic activities in lake sediments and peatlands of polar and sub-polar regions, with different activation energy Alaska and Patagonia samples. In most Patagonia samples, it is related to mcrA gene enrichment with temperature.While methanogenic activities are similar between Alaska and Patagonia samples, they...