Natural attenuation potential for oil in ice in the Canadian Arctic marine environment

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Proceedings title37th AMOP Technical Seminar on Environmental Contamination and Response
Conference37th Arctic and Marine Oil Spill Program, June 3-5, 2014, Canmore, Alberta
SubjectBacteria; Ecosystems; Energy resources; Hydrocarbons; Oil shale; Oil spills; Petroleum chemistry; Petroleum deposits; Population statistics; RNA; Sea ice; Seawater effects; Throughput; Exploration and exploitation; High-throughput sequencing; Hydrocarbon degrading bacteria; Microbial community structures; Microbial populations; Petroleum hydrocarbons; Physicochemical influences; Population structures; Natural attenuation
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