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IMPACT OF RADIOACTIVITY ON MICROORGANISMS LIVING IN MINERAL SPRINGS

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Abstract

Although many studies have explored the responses of living organisms or ecosystems exposed to radioelements from human activities, very few studies have focused on the characterization of microbial biodiversity and the adaptations developed in environments characterized by natural, chronic and old radioactivity. Radioactive mineral springs are insulated ecosystems that have barely evolved in the last centuries. They therefore offer exceptional windows on the history of life on earth. Within the framework of the TIRAMISU project (biodiversiTy In RAdioactive MIneral Springs of the aUvergne region), biologists, ecologists, geologists, physicists, radiochemists and sociologists explore if and how natural ionizing radiation can be an "abiotic driver" impacting the diversity and structuring of microbial communities in food webs exposed to this radiation for long periods.
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hal-03872622 , version 1 (25-11-2022)

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Vincent Breton, Elisabeth Allain, Pradeep Angia Siriam Ram, Céline Bailly, Lory-Anne Baker, et al.. IMPACT OF RADIOACTIVITY ON MICROORGANISMS LIVING IN MINERAL SPRINGS. ICHLERA, Jun 2022, Strasbourg, France. ⟨10.1093/rpd/nc0000⟩. ⟨hal-03872622⟩
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