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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 Constructed Wetlands

A short white paper on bioremediation and constructed wetlands, 2007. Research notebook: Students will obtain a better understanding of Gray water and how to design a Wetland to conserve and Reuse...

http://www.ecolumina.org/Notebooks/Greywater/filtration_cons...
View Resource Office of Water

Official website for the National Water Program. Water is the common element that links ecosystems. It links forest ecosystems of the interior mountains with the bays and estuaries along the coasts....

http://water.epa.gov/
View Resource Gulf Oil Spill Educator Resources

Educational video, scientific data, activities, and resources. A curriculum guide, correlated to education standards, with sample student-led activities.

http://www.flyingwild.org/resources/gulfoilspillresources.ht...
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...
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