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Networks of microbial communities in mud volcanoes Konstantinos Ar. Kormas*, Maria G. Pachiadaki University of Thessaly, Greece HERMIONE Ghent workshop, Nov. 2011 * E-mail: kkormas@uth.gr. Study sites – mud volcanoes from East Mediterranean Gulf of Cadiz Norwegian Sea

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Networks of microbial communities in mud volcanoes

Konstantinos Ar. Kormas*, Maria G. Pachiadaki

University of Thessaly, Greece

HERMIONE Ghent workshop, Nov. 2011

* E-mail: kkormas@uth.gr

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Study sites – mud volcanoes from

  • East Mediterranean
  • Gulf of Cadiz
  • Norwegian Sea
  • Possible to include other sites, symbiotic communities inclued
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Data

  • Bacterial and archaeal OTUs
  • From published papers but we will also look for unpublished OTUs (GenBank), ask HERMIONE partners if they want to add any of their unpublished data
  • Effort to identify the lowest possible taxon (family would be satisfactory!)
  • Distinct depth layers, where available
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Network analysis (e.g. PAJEK)

  • Matrix will include all sites (X) and list of OTUs (Y)
  • Nodes = sites/depth, links = number of common OTUs
  • Possibility of weighted network (e.g. methane flow, sulfate)
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Visualisation

Data matrix

Dagan (2011)