Raw data for "Dimethyl sulfide emissions from peatlands result more from organic matter degradation than sulfate reduction"

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This project investigated the immediate and long-term processes leading to the volatile sulfur compounds dimethyl sulfide, methanethiol, and hydrogen sulfide in freshwater fen soils. We found DMS mainly originates from organic matter degradation rather than sulfate reduction
				
Authors Ann-Sophie Lehnert (1) , Rebecca Cooper (2) , Rebecca Ignatz (1), Alexander Ruecker (1), Eliane Gomes-Alves (1) , Kirsten Küsel (2), Georg Pohnert (3) , Susan E. Trumbore (1) Affiliations 1. Biogeochemical Processes, MPI for Biogeochemistry, Hans-Knöll-Str. 10, 07745 Jena
2. Aquatic Geomicrobiology Group, Friedrich Schiller University, Dornburger Str. 169, 07743 Jena
3. Bioorganic Analytics Group, Friedrich Schiller University, Lessingstr. 10, 07743 Jena
Cite as Lehnert, Ann-Sophie et al. (2021). Raw data for "Dimethyl sulfide emissions from peatlands result more from organic matter degradation than sulfate reduction". Max Planck Society. https://dx.doi.org/10.17617/3.5o Study Type(s) experimental
Keywords
sulfur cycle, SIFT-MS, VSC, DMS, dimethyl sulfide, methanethiol, hydrogen sulfide, H2S, DMSO, dimethyl sulfoxide, fen, freshwater wetland, soil, volatile sulfur compounds, VOSC, Metabolomics, 16S rRNA Amplicon sequencing, microbial community, UHPLC-MS, reduced sulfur compounds, sulfate reduction, organic matter degradation, wet-extractable organic matter, dissolved organic matter, DOM
Project
This project investigated the immediate and long-term processes leading to the volatile sulfur compounds dimethyl sulfide, methanethiol, and hydrogen sulfide in freshwater fen soils. We found DMS mainly originates from organic matter degradation rather than sulfate reduction
Chemical element/compound
dimethyl sulfide
Chemical element/compound
DMS
Chemical element/compound
methanethiol
Chemical element/compound
hydrogen sulfide
Number of items in this collection 8 DOI https://dx.doi.org/10.17617/3.5o Creation date Wed Feb 10 10:02:35 CET 2021 Last modification date Thu Feb 25 11:28:40 CET 2021 Date of publication Thu Feb 25 11:26:10 CET 2021 Permalink https://edmond.mpdl.mpg.de/imeji/collection/hA2aVJyBsoAscbY0 QR-code
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    Raw data for \"Dimethyl sulfide emissions from peatlands result more from organic matter degradation than sulfate reduction\"
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    Raw data for \"Dimethyl sulfide emissions from peatlands result more from organic matter degradation than sulfate reduction\"
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    Raw data for \"Dimethyl sulfide emissions from peatlands result more from organic matter degradation than sulfate reduction\"
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    Raw data for \"Dimethyl sulfide emissions from peatlands result more from organic matter degradation than sulfate reduction\"
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