Variations of bacterial and fungal communities along a primary successional chronosequence in the Hailuogou glacier retreat area (Gongga Mountain, SW China)
New terrestrial habitats have emerged and a primary succession has developed in the retreat area (29°34'N, 102°00'E, 2951–2886 m) after the retreat of the Hailuogou glacier. To investigate soil microbial changes along the primary successional chronosequence, mixed soil samples were collect...
|Published in:||Journal of Mountain Science, Vol. 13, No. 9 (2016), p. 1621-1631|
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