A remarkable finding that suggests the existence of a new groundwater biome based on chemoautotrophic resources, named

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Ştefan Negrea;
(2009)
  • Publisher: Editura Academiei Romane
  • Journal: Travaux de l'Institut de Speologie Emile Racovitza (issn: 0301-9187, eissn: 2067-9033)
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  • Subject: review | ophel | Science | Q | Geology | QE1-996.5

An important work of subterranean biology, signed by Francis Dov Por, Ophel: a groundwater biome based on chemoautotrophic resources. The global significance of the Ayyalon cave finds, Israel is presented and discussed in the present paper. The subject is a remarkable d... View more
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