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Bacterial community analysis of contaminated soils from Chernobyl

Abstract : Shortly after the Chernobyl accident in 1986, vegetation, contaminated soil and other radioactive debris were buried in situ in trenches. The aims of this work are to analyse the structure of bacterial communities evolving in this environment since 20 years, and to evaluate the potential role of microorganisms in radionuclide migration in soils. Therefore, soil samples exhibiting contrasted radionuclides content were collected in and around the trench number 22
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C. Sergeant, V. Chapon, C. Berthomieu, M.H. Vesvres, L. Piette, et al.. Bacterial community analysis of contaminated soils from Chernobyl. twenty-five years after Chernobyl accident, Apr 2011, Kiev, Ukraine. ⟨in2p3-00663417⟩



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