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microbiology of the terrestrial deep subsurface

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Published by CRC Lewis Publishers in Boca Raton .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Extreme environments -- Microbiology.,
  • Microbial ecology.,
  • Geomicrobiology.,
  • Microbiology -- Research.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Penny S. Amy, Dana L. Haldeman.
    SeriesThe microbiology of extreme and unusual environments
    ContributionsAmy, Penny S., Haldeman, Dana L.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQR100.9 .M53 1997
    The Physical Object
    Pagination356 p. :
    Number of Pages356
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1021256M
    ISBN 100849383625
    LC Control Number96082013
    OCLC/WorldCa36624324

    The deep biosphere includes a variety of subsurface habitats, such as terrestrial deep aquifer systems or mines, deeply buried hydrocarbon reservoirs, marine sediments and the basaltic ocean crust. The deep subsurface biosphere abounds with uncultured, only recently discovered and—at best—incompletely understood microbial populations. Microbiology of the deep subsurface The deep subsurface is the largest microbial habitat on the planet hosting a large fraction of all microorganisms on Earth, yet it remains poorly understood. In particular, little is known about the metabolic function of deep .

    Microbial Dormancy and Survival in the Subsurface Penny S. Amy Subsurface Microbiology and the Evolution of the Biosphere Todd O. Stevens Movement of Bacteria in the Subsurface Aaron L. Mills Section HI Applications Bioremediation Terry C. Hazen European Microbiology Related to the Subsurface Disposal of.   The deep terrestrial subsurface remains an environment where there is limited understanding of the extant microbial metabolisms. At Olkiluoto, Finland, a deep .

    Methods for recovery of deep terrestrial subsurface sediments for microbiological studies T.J. Phelps ~, C.B. Fliermans 2, T.R. Garland 3, S.M. Pfiffner 1 and D.C. White 1 tInstitute for Applied Microbiology, University of Tennessee, Knoxville~Oak Ridge National. Due to the complex growth requirements of the deep subsurface microbiomes, the new knowledge about their diversity and functions is mostly obtained by molecular methods, eg, meta'omics'. Geomicrobiology is a multidisciplinary research area combining disciplines from geology, mineralogy, geochemistry, and microbiology.


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Obtaining and analyzing samples is challenging in subsurface science. This first-of-its-kind reference book addresses accomplishments in this field-from drilling to sample work-up.

A collaborative approach is taken, involving the efforts of microbiologists, geochemists, hydrologists, and drilling and mining experts to present a comprehensive view of subsurface research. The text provides.

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By Penny S. Amy. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 10 January Cited by: Geomicrobiology and Metagenomics of Terrestrial Deep Subsurface Microbiomes.

Book March and microbiology. Geomicrobiology is concerned with the interaction of microorganisms and. Fungal biodiversity in the deep terrestrial subsurface has been studied by sequencing the internal transcribed spacer (ITS) region between the genes of small and large subunits of rRNA, which is the recommended barcode sequence for identification of fungi (Schoch et al.,Sohlberg et al., ) (also see Section ).

Integrating microbiology and the geosciences Integrating microbiology and the geosciences, the field of subsurface microbiology explores the ecology and evolution of microbial life in subsurface environments such as marine sediments, terrestrial groundwater, and the deep subsurface.

Journals & Books; Register Sign in. Sign in Search in this journal. Deep Subsurface Microbiology. Vol Issue 3, Pages (March ) Download full issue. Previous vol/issue select article Optimization of media for enumeration and isolation of aerobic heterotrophic bacteria from the deep terrestrial subsurface.

https://doi. Journal of Microbiological Methods 9 () Elsevier MIMET Methods for recovery of deep terrestrial subsurface sediments for microbiological studies T.J.

Phelps~, C.B. Fliermans2, T.R. Garland3, S.M. Pfiffner1 and D.C. White1 tInstitute for Applied Microbiology, University of Tennessee, Knoxville~Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Knoxville, Tennessee, USA; 2Savannah.

This first-of-its-kind reference book addresses accomplishments in this field-from drilling to sample work-up. A collaborative approach is taken, involving the efforts of microbiologists, geochemists, hydrologists, and drilling and mining experts to present a comprehensive view of subsurface research.

The International Society for Subsurface Microbiology is a unique group made up of microbiologists, ecologists, geoscientists, and other researchers and students around the world who are captivated with the various aspects of subsurface microbiology, a rapidly expanding field that focuses on microbial life below the surface of the earth.

Obtaining and analyzing samples is challenging in subsurface science. This first-of-its-kind reference book addresses accomplishments in this field-from drilling to sample : CRC Press.

A large portion of the earth’s biomass resides in the subsurface and recent studies have expanded our knowledge of indigenous microbial life. Advances in the field of metagenomics now allow analysis of microbial communities from low-biomass samples such as deep (> km) shale core samples.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 26 cm. Contents: Geohydrologic and geochemical characterization / Bruce N. Bjornstad, Cheryl D. Gullet, and Phillip E. Long --Methods for obtaining deep subsurface microbiological samples by drilling / W.T. Griffin [and others] --Collection of subsurface samples by mining / Charles E.

Russell. MICROBIAL ECOLOGY OF THE TERRESTRIAL SUBSURFACE These relations are illustrated by the subsurface microbiology of the extensively studied pristine site at Lula, Oklahoma (Table ) (see also 1,)The Tables I and IV,and Section 1 1 D.

site is unconsolidated alluvial material that is free of industrial pollution. In: Amy P, Haldeman D (eds) The microbiology of the terrestrial subsurface. CRC, Boca Raton, FL, pp – Google Scholar Kim J, Dong H, Seabaugh J, Newell SW, Ebert DD () Role of microbes in the smectite-to-illite reaction.

Research article Full text access Chapter One - Geomicrobiology and Metagenomics of Terrestrial Deep Subsurface Microbiomes. Introduction. The deep terrestrial biosphere is an intriguing research field linking to astrobiology and evolution of life on early Earth (Grosch and Hazen, ).Living in the deep, dark, anoxic, oligotrophic, saline, highly pressurized and often hot subsurface requires some striking characteristics of the inhabitants (Kieft, ).We still know only little about the biochemical processes.Definition.

The deep biosphere is an ecosystem of organisms and their living space in the deep subsurface. For the seafloor, an operational definition of deep subsurface is the region that is not bioturbated by animals; this is generally about a meter or more below the surface.

On continents, it is below a few meters, not including soils. The organisms in this zone are sometimes referred to as.Obtaining and analyzing samples is challenging in subsurface science.

This first-of-its-kind reference book addresses accomplishments in this field-from drilling to sample work-up.