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View Resource North Inlet Microbial Observatory (NIMO)

The diazotrophic (nitrogen fixing) Bacteria are extraordinarily diverse and apart from a few select groups are very poorly characterized. Diazotrophs associated with the roots of non-crop plant...

http://serc.carleton.edu/microbelife/microbservatories/north...
View Resource The Red Layer Microbial Observatory—a Research Experience for Undergraduates in Yellowstone

Extreme temperature [45-60°C] microbial communities such as those thriving in hot springs in Yellowstone National Park are hypothesized to be modern analogues to the most ancient forms of life on ...

http://serc.carleton.edu/microbelife/microbservatories/redla...
View Resource Microbial Diversity of Prokaryotes in Marine Sponges of the Class Demospongiae

Sponges are the predominant organisms in many tropical reef ecosystems and contain a great diversity of microbial symbionts. These symbiotic bacteria can be responsible for up to 60% of the weight of...

http://serc.carleton.edu/microbelife/microbservatories/marin...
View Resource Diversity, Function, and Biogeochemical Consequences of Chemolithoautotrophic Archaea in Nevada Hot Springs

"Alkalithermophilic Chemolithoautotrophic Crenarchaeota" is a mouthful to say, but it precisely describes the new types of microbes being sought by Chuanlun Zhang, Christopher Romanek, Gary Mills,...

http://serc.carleton.edu/microbelife/microbservatories/nevad...
View Resource Dynamics of Prokaryotic Communities in a Southeastern U.S. Salt Marsh

The Sapelo Island Microbial Observatory (SIMO) is investigating the diversity of prokaryotes, their physiological and genetic characteristics, and their biogeochemical activities in a salt...

http://serc.carleton.edu/microbelife/microbservatories/sapel...
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