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From Sea to Society - Climate Change, Microbial Community Interactions and Assessing Climate Risk on Society


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Title: From Sea to Society - Climate Change, Microbial Community Interactions and Assessing Climate Risk on Society
Authors: Kahlon, Gurpreet Kaur
E-mail: gurpreet.kahlon@marine.gu.se
Issue Date: 11-Nov-2017
University: Göteborgs universitet. Naturvetenskapliga fakulteten
Institution: Department of Marine Sciences ; Institutionen för marina vetenskaper
Parts of work: Kaur-Kahlon G, Kumar S, Rehnstam-Holm AS, Rai A and others (2016) Response of a coastal tropical pelagic microbial community to changing salinity and temperature. Aquat Microb Ecol 77:37-50.
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Kaur-Kahlon G, Kumar S, Rehnstam-Holm A-S, Singh A, Rai A, Bhavya P, Edler L, Andersson B, Karunasagar I, Ramesh R, Johannesson K (Manuscript) Seasonal responses to future climate in a tropical pelagic community

Kaur-Kahlon G, Kumar K, Johannesson K, Karunasagar I, Godhe A, Ruwandeepika HA (Manuscript) Quorum sensing regulation of virulence gene expression in Vibrio harveyi in the presence of a marine diatom (Skeletonema marinoi)

Knutsson P, Kaur-Kahlon G, Godhe A, Bhatta R, Karunasagar I, Turner L, Narayana R, Kadfak A, Johansson S (Manuscript) Assessing complex climate risk: the case of climate induced harmful microbial blooms along the Indian southwest coast
Date of Defence: 2017-11-28
Disputation: kl. 10.00 i Stora Hörsalen, Botanhuset, institutionen för marina vetenskaper, Carl Skottsbergsgatan 22B, Göteborg
Degree: Doctor of Philosophy
Publication type: Doctoral thesis
Keywords: Phytoplankton
Bacteria
Climate change
Quorum sensing
Microbial blooms
Vulnerability factors
Arabian Sea
Southwest India
Abstract: Unicellular organisms, microalgae and bacteria, less than one millimeter in size make the world go round. Phytoplankton and cyanobacteria, for example, plays an inevitable role contributing 50-85% to the world’s oxygen via photosynthesis. Bacteria, one of the first life forms to appear on earth, are vital for nutrient cycling both in the terrestrial, limnetic and marine ecosystems. Both phytoplankton and marine bacteria in addition form an important foundation of marine food webs. The adver... more
ISBN: 978-91-629-0331-2
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/53897
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