High rates of sulfate reduction in a low-sulfate hot spring microbial mat are driven by a low level of diversity of sulfate-respiring microorganisms

Jesse G. Dillon, Susan Fishbain, Scott R. Miller, Brad M. Bebout, Kirsten S. Habicht, Samuel M. Webb, David A. Stahl

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