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Late Mesoproterozoic Microbial Communities

Gueneli, Nur


The first eukaryotes are found in the geological record at ~1.6 Ga, a further 800 million years later they became more abundant and diverse, and only during the Ediacaran did they start shaping ecosystems. This work studies a marine and a lacustrine aquatic ecosystem at the edge of the Mesoproterozoic (~1.1 Ga) to gauge the role of eukaryotes and to investigate the environmental conditions that may have prohibited their proliferation. The evolutionary state...[Show more]

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Date published: 2016
Type: Thesis (PhD)


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