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  List of Accepted Contributions - BG5.04 Environmental impacts of biofilms, stromatolites and algal mats: from microbes to ecosystems (co-listed in OS & SSP) (co-sponsored by ISME)

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Vissche, P.T.; Dupraz, C.; Baumgartner, L.K.; Decho, A.W.; Reid, R.P.
The Role of Sulfate-Reducing Bacteria in Lithification of Microbial Mats

Underwood, GJC
Cell-specific activity, photosynthesis and exopolymer dynamics in transient marine diatom biofilms.

Warthmann, R.; Vasconcelos, C.; McKenzie, J.A.
Lithifying microbial mats in Lagoa Vermelha, Brazil: A model system for Precambrian carbonate formation?

Stal, L.J.; de Brouwer, J.F.C
Diatom biofilms and the stability of intertidal mudflats

Besemer, K.; Singer, G.A.; Chlup, A.-K.; Hochedlinger, G.; Hödl, I.; Limberger, R.; Schagerl, M.; Battin, T.J.
Design of laboratory microcosms to study stream biofilms and their environmental impact

Belkova, N.L.
Biomineralization in natural environments: the effect of microorganisms inhabiting hot spring water and biomats on mineral formation

Abed, R. M.; El Najjar, M; Hamza, W; de Beer, D
Impact of increasing temperature on the microenvironment of a cyanobacterial mat from extreme environment

Jonkers, H. M.; Finke, N.; Franke, U.; de Beer, D.
Organic carbon mineralization by sulfate-reducing bacteria in the oxic photic zone of microbial mats

Hinck, S. ; de Beer, D.; Jonkers, H. M.
In situ physiology and phylogenic diversity of Beggiatoa in hypersaline microbial mats

Bachar, A.; de Beer, D.; Jonkers, H. M.
Role of Chloroflexus-like bacteria in organic and inorganic carbon uptake rates in a hypersaline microbial mat

Knutson, C.; Werth, C.J.; Valocchi, A.J.
The effects of pore-scale biomass distribution and morphology on biodegradation rates in contaminated groundwater

Zippel, B.; Neu, T. R.
Light dependent differences in the architecture of freshwater phototrophic biofilms

Decho, AW; Visscher, PT; Reid, RP
Changes in Microspatial Organization of Bacteria during Development of Surface Microbial Mats of Marine Lithifying Stromatolites Determined Using Combined FISH/GIS-Image Analyses.

Cohen, Y
Sulfate reduction in marine cyanobacterial mats: Old concept and new ideas

Battin, T. J.; Sloan, W.T.; Curtis, T. P.
Microbial landscapes: new approaches to upscale biodiversity and environmental impacts in biofilms

Lappin-Scott, H.
Biofilms in natural environments: formation, dynamics and activity

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