Sediment bacterial community diversity and function in response to terrestrial organic matter additions in boreal lakes

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ENA accession number: ERP016063 - Name "Daisy Lake Shotgun" - Study PRJEB14421 ena-STUDY-UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE-15-06-2016-17:31:41:520-20 and can be accessed at https://www.ebi.ac.uk/ena/data/search?query=PRJEB14421
ENA accession number: ERP019980 - Name "Sudbury Lake mesocosms shotgun" - Study PRJEB18063 ena-STUDY-UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE-23-11-2016-12:04:04:617-1945 and can be accessed at https://www.ebi.ac.uk/ena/data/view/PRJEB18063
ENA accession number: ERP110084 - Name "Lake sediment mesocosm microbial communities" STUDY PRJEB27946 ena-STUDY-UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE-26-07-2018-16:21:00:749-1221 and can be accessed at https://www.ebi.ac.uk/ena/data/search?query=PRJEB27946

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Provenance & quality

ERP016063 – Provenance & quality
Shotgun sequencing was carried out for 25 lake sediment samples.
Environmental DNA was extracted from each of these samples prior to
sequencing. Results were analysed and interpreted in order to answer
questions regarding lake sediment microbiomes and their functioning
(specifically, CO2 production).

ERP019980 – Provenance & quality
Shotgun sequencing was carried out for 120 samples collected from
artificial sediments in two different lakes. Environmental DNA was
extracted from each of these samples prior to sequencing. Results were
analysed and interpreted in order to answer questions regarding lake
sediment microbiome functioning. In particular, we investigated how
these microbiomes related to the structure of dissolved organic matter
and how their diversity influenced their stability.

ERP110084 – Provenance & quality
Amplicon sequencing (16S and ITS) was carried out for 285 samples
collected from artificial sediments in three different lakes.
Environmental DNA was extracted from each of these samples prior to
sequencing. Results were analysed and interpreted in order to answer
questions regarding archaeal, fungal, and bacterial community
composition through time in relation to terrestrial organic matter
inputs.

Correspondence/contact details

Dr Andrew Tanentzap
University of Cambridge
ajt65@cam.ac.uk

Authors

Tanentzap, A.
University of Cambridge

Other contacts

Custodian
European Nucleotide Archive (ENA)
datasubs@ebi.ac.uk
Publisher
European Nucleotide Archive (ENA)
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Tags

Topic categories
Inland Waters
Keywords
Lake sediment,  mesocosm,  microbial communities
INSPIRE Theme
Species Distribution