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Effect of mine tailings deposition on benthic sediment biodiversity: omics pilot study

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Effect of mine tailings deposition on benthic sediment biodiversity: omics pilot study


Investigation of eukaryote (18S) and prokaryote (16S) benthic communities in sediment/tailings mixtures deployed in shallow deep water site sin the Huon Gulf


Environmental Monitoring Environmental Sciences not elsewhere classified


https://doi.org/10.25919/5c53c7d61cf79


2017


2019


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DNA metabarcoding 16S rDNA 18S rDNA mine tailings biodiversity assessment


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Gissi, Francesca (2019): Effect of mine tailings deposition on benthic sediment biodiversity: omics pilot study. v1. CSIRO. Data Collection. https://doi.org/10.25919/5c53c7d61cf79


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Huon Gulf Ultratrace Analysis Project


Wafi-Golpu Joint Venture (WGJV) are currently undertaking an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) to determine the suitability of deep sea tailings placement (DSTP) as the tailings management option for the Wafi-Golpu copper/gold mine project (Apte et al., 2018). The field study applied ecogenomics techniques to measure any changes in biodiversity... more


Simon Apte


Illumina Miseq


Illumina Miseq sequencing runs, 2x 250bp for 16S and 2x 150bp for 18S


Experiment


Francesca Gissi


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