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View Resource Nanobacteria and Nanobes- Are They Alive?

Nanobacteria are the smallest cell-walled organisms on Earth, the existence of which is the center of great controversy. A nanobacterium is by definition one billionth of a meter in diameter (1/10...

http://serc.carleton.edu/microbelife/topics/nanobes/index.ht...
View Resource Octopus Spring

Octopus Spring is a partially alkaline, low-carbonate, low-sulfur hot spring located in the Lower Geyser Basin of Yellowstone National Park. It is home to a variety of thermophiles, as well as a...

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View Resource Nanobes and Nanobacteria - General Collection

This collection of online resources such as news articles, web sites, and reference pages provides a comprehensive array of information about nanobes and nanobacteria.

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View Resource Microbial Observatories (MO)

This collection of websites presents profiles of Microbial Observatory projects, including overviews of the research programs, introductions to the research teams, key research questions, methods,...

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View Resource Collaborative Research: Microbial Diversity and Function in the Permanently Ice-Covered Lakes of the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica

The dry valleys of Antarctica form the coldest, driest, and windiest ecosystems known. Robert Falcon Scott, one of the earliest explorers of the McMurdo region of Antarctica, referred to the McMurdo...

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