PROJECT INFORMATION
GOLD Project ID
Gp0116169  
Project Name
Aqueous microbial communities from the Delaware River and Bay under freshwater to marine salinity gradient to study organic matter cycling in a time-series - DEBay_Sum_22_D_<0.8_DNA  
Other Names
  
Legacy GOLD ID
  
NCBI BioProject Name Aqueous microbial communities from the Delaware River and Bay under freshwater to marine salinity gradient to study organic matter cycling in a time-series - DEBay_Sum_22_D_<0.8_DNA
NCBI BioProject Accession PRJNA375621
NCBI Locus Tag
B1Z32  
NCBI BioSample Accession SAMN06343923
PI Barbara Campbell
Added By JGI automated process on 2015-06-23
Last Modified By JGI automated process on 2020-04-05
Project Comments
  
Project Status
Permanent Draft  
Project Relevance
  
Sequencing Center DOE Joint Genome Institute (JGI) (USA)
Collaborating Institute
  
Funding Agency U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) (USA)
Project Description
Biogeochemical cycling links between terrestrial and marine systems  
Is JGI Project
Yes  
Project Information Visibility Public
PROJECT TYPE
Specimen Biome
Nucleic Acid DNA
Sequencing Strategy
Metagenome  
EXTERNAL PROJECT LINKS
JGI Portal Download Raw Sequence Data
Genome Publications
  
Other Publications
  
SRA Experiment
 
SRA Experiment Id SRX2858390  (Link to NCBI )
Experiment Title DEBay_Sum_22_D_<0.8_DNA
Exp Library Strategy WGS
Library Source METAGENOMIC
Library Selection other
Library Name APGSA
Library Layout PAIRED
Library Instrument ILLUMINA_HI_SEQ_2500
PROJECT COMPOSITION
Study Aqueous microbial communities from the Delaware River/Bay and Chesapeake Bay under freshwater to marine salinity gradient to study organic matter cycling in a time-series
Biosample Aqueous microbial communities from the Delaware River and Bay under freshwater to marine salinity gradient to study organic matter cycling in a time-series - DEBay_Sum_22_D_<0.8_DNA
Analysis Projects Aqueous microbial communities from the Delaware River and Bay under freshwater to marine salinity gradient to study organic matter cycling in a time-series - DEBay_Sum_22_D_<0.8_DNA
Aqueous microbial communities from the Delaware River and Bay under freshwater to marine salinity gradient to study organic matter cycling in a time-series - DEBay_Sum_22_D_<0.8_DNA (SPAdes)
Number of Analysis Projects (AP) 2
Number of Derived Analyis Projects (DAP)
0  
SEQUENCING INFORMATION
Sequencing Status Complete
Sequencing Quality (MIGS-31) Level 1: Standard Draft
Finishing Goal Level 1: Standard Draft
Contamination Screening Input
  
DNA Amplification Method
  
Sorting Technology
  
Sequencing Comments
  
DNA Amplification Kit
  
Sequencing Technology (MIGS-29) Illumina HiSeq 2500-1TB
Illumina HiSeq 2500
Library Method (MIGS-28)
Illumina Low Input Fragment, 300bp, Tubes; Illumina Regular Fragment, 300bp, Tubes  
Library Layout
  
Library Screening Method
  
Number Of Reads
  
Read Size
  
Vector
  
GC Percent
  
Chromosome Count
  
Plasmid Count
  
SAMPLE NAME
Sample Name Aqueous microbial communities from the Delaware River and Bay under freshwater to marine salinity gradient to study organic matter cycling in a time-series - DEBay_Sum_22_D_<0.8_DNA
Other Names (alias, synonyms, short names)
  
Sample Description
  
SAMPLE TAXONOMY
NCBI Taxonomy ID 449393
GOLD CLASSIFICATION
Ecosystem
Environmental  
Ecosystem Category
Aquatic  
Ecosystem Type
Marine  
Ecosystem Subtype
Coastal  
Specific Ecosystem
  

 

 

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