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Figure 1 | Aquatic Biosystems

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From: Bacterial diversity of the rock-water interface in an East Antarctic freshwater ecosystem, Lake Tawani(P)

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a: Partial picture of Lake Tawani(P) in Schirmacher Oasis, Antarctica. b: The satellite picture of Lake Tawani(P) and its vicinity. Note the continuation of the channel from the Lake Tawani(P) to the ice-shelf along a lineament marking the presence of a fossil valley and beyond connecting landlocked and proglacial lakes. Lake Tawani(P) is situated in this fossil valley and acts as a catchment for the overflow of snow and glacial melt feeding the lake. The inset is the Google Earth ( satellite picture showing Lake Tawani(P). c: Actual location where samples were collected in Lake Tawani(P). The red dots indicate the rock-water interface in which sample collection occurred.

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