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Ecogenomic characterisation of sediment microbial community responses over a spiked uranium gradient

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Ecogenomic characterisation of sediment microbial community responses over a spiked uranium gradient


16S rRNA gene amplification and sequencing were performed to assess the effects of uranium on sediment microbial communities. A total of 12 treatments along a uranium concentration gradient of 0 - 4,000 mg/kg were interrogated, with four replicates per treatment. Data here include: raw MiSeq sequences (paired-end 250 base reads) as well as a mappin... more


Environmental Impact Assessment


https://doi.org/10.4225/08/573557ACE7E93


Brodie Sutcliffe
Brodie.Sutcliffe@csiro.au

uranium sediment 16S rRNA


CSIRO Data Licence


CSIRO (Australia), Macquarie University (Australia), Environmental Research Institute of the Supervising Scientist (ERISS) (Australia)


Sutcliffe, Brodie; Chariton, Anthony; Harford, Andrew; Midgley, David; Hose, Grant; Greenfield, Paul; Oytam, Yalchin; Stephenson, Sarah; Paulsen, Ian (2016): Ecogenomic characterisation of sediment microbial community responses over a spiked uranium gradient. v1. CSIRO. Data Collection. https://doi.org/10.4225/08/573557ACE7E93


All Rights (including copyright) CSIRO, Macquarie University, Environmental Research Institute of the Supervising Scientist (ERISS) 2016.


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Location Details

12°0′0″ S


132°0′0″ E


WGS84


About this Project

Estuarine Health Assessment


Assessment of the effects of uranium on sediment microbial communities. A total of 12 treatments along a uranium concentration gradient of 0 - 4,000 mg/kg were interrogated, with four replicates per treatment.


Anthony Chariton


Next generation sequencing


To investigate potential impacts of declining water quality on fish physiology, RNASeq was used to characterize and compare the hepatic transcriptomes of barramundi (Lates calcarifer) captured from two of these tropical river catchments in Queensland, Australia.


Experiment


Brodie Sutcliffe


Anthony Chariton


Andrew Harford


David Midgley


Grant Hose


Paul Greenfield


Yalchin Oytam


Sarah Stephenson


Ian Paulsen


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