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(2020) The Fate of Organic Fermentation Products in Carbonate Sediments

Hutchinson T, Leung PM, Callahan D, Kessler A, Wong WW, Greening C & Cook P


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10c: Room 2, Saturday 27th June 07:12 - 07:15

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Submitted by David J. Burdige on Thursday 25th June 18:19
Is the build-up of H2 that you see in short term incubations or do you see it in sediment profiles? The reason I ask is that the hydrogen eventually has to go somewhere to be oxidized (even of it escapes the sediments). The same would have to be true for these organic compounds you suggest are produced and stored by the bacteria, unless of course they simply accumulate in the sediments. Good talk and I'll go look for your paper as many of the answers may actually be there. David Burdige

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