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    1. Takai, K; Moser, DP; Onstott, TC; Spoelstra, N; Pfiffner, SM; Dohnalkova, A; Fredrickson, JK
      Alkaliphilus transvaalensis gen. nov., sp nov., an extremely alkaliphilic bacterium isolated from a deep South African gold mine

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SYSTEMATIC AND EVOLUTIONARY MICROBIOLOGY
    2. Takai, K; Komatsu, T; Horikoshi, K
      Hydrogenobacter subterraneus sp nov., an extremely thermophilic, heterotrophic bacterium unable to grow on hydrogen gas, from deep subsurface geothermal water

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SYSTEMATIC AND EVOLUTIONARY MICROBIOLOGY
    3. Miroshnichenko, ML; Hippe, H; Stackebrandt, E; Kostrikina, NA; Chernyh, NA; Jeanthon, C; Nazina, TN; Belyaev, SS; Bonch-Osmolovskaya, EA
      Isolation and characterization of Thermococcus sibiricus sp nov from a Western Siberia high-temperature oil reservoir

      EXTREMOPHILES
    4. Shi, T; Fredrickson, JK; Balkwill, DL
      Biodegradation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons by Sphingomonas strainsisolated from the terrestrial subsurface

      JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MICROBIOLOGY & BIOTECHNOLOGY
    5. Marchesi, JR; Weightman, AJ; Cragg, BA; Parkes, RJ; Fry, JC
      Methanogen and bacterial diversity and distribution in deep gas hydrate sediments from the Cascadia Margin as revealed by 16S rRNA molecular analysis

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY ECOLOGY
    6. Takeuchi, M; Nanba, K; Iwamoto, H; Nirei, H; Kusuda, T; Kazaoka, O; Furuya, K
      Distribution of methanotrophs in trichloroethylene-contaminated aquifers in a natural gas field

      GEOMICROBIOLOGY JOURNAL
    7. Sessitsch, A; Weilharter, A; Gerzabek, MH; Kirchmann, H; Kandeler, E
      Microbial population structures in soil particle size fractions of a long-term fertilizer field experiment

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    8. Lehman, RM; Roberto, FF; Earley, D; Bruhn, DF; Brink, SE; O'Connell, SP; Delwiche, ME; Colwell, FS
      Attached and unattached bacterial communities in a 120-meter corehole in an acidic, crystalline rock aquifer

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    9. Bratvold, D; Browdy, CL
      Effects of sand sediment and vertical surfaces (AquaMats (TM)) on production, water quality, and microbial ecology in an intensive Litopenaeus vannamei culture system

      AQUACULTURE
    10. Roh, Y; Lauf, RJ; McMillan, AD; Zhang, C; Rawn, CJ; Bai, J; Phelps, TJ
      Microbial synthesis and the characterization of metal-substituted magnetites

      SOLID STATE COMMUNICATIONS
    11. Zhang, CL; Horita, J; Cole, DR; Zhou, JZ; Lovley, DR; Phelps, TJ
      Temperature-dependent oxygen and carbon isotope fractionations of biogenicsiderite

      GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA
    12. Mauclaire, L; Gibert, J
      Environmental determinants of bacterial activity and faunal assemblages inalluvial riverbank aquifers

      ARCHIV FUR HYDROBIOLOGIE
    13. Sievert, SM; Kuever, J
      Desulfacinum hydrothermale sp nov., a thermophilic, sulfate-reducing bacterium from geothermally heated sediments near Milos Island (Greece)

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SYSTEMATIC AND EVOLUTIONARY MICROBIOLOGY
    14. Parkes, RJ; Cragg, BA; Wellsbury, P
      Recent studies on bacterial populations and processes in subseafloor sediments: A review - Steven E. Ingebritsen center dot Ward E. Sanford center dot Jozsef Toth

      HYDROGEOLOGY JOURNAL
    15. Madsen, EL
      Nucleic-acid characterization of the identity and activity of subsurface microorganisms

      HYDROGEOLOGY JOURNAL
    16. Green, CT; Scow, KM
      Analysis of phospholipid fatty acids (PLFA) to characterize microbial communities in aquifers

      HYDROGEOLOGY JOURNAL
    17. Ho, Y; Jackson, M; Yang, Y; Mueller, JG; Pritchard, PH
      Characterization of fluoranthene- and pyrene-degrading bacteria isolated from PAH-contaminated soils and sediments

      JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MICROBIOLOGY & BIOTECHNOLOGY
    18. Crocker, FH; Fredrickson, JK; White, DC; Ringelberg, DB; Balkwill, DL
      Phylogenetic and physiological diversity of Arthrobacter strains isolated from unconsolidated subsurface sediments

      MICROBIOLOGY-UK
    19. Shuttleworth, KL; Sung, JH; Kim, E; Cerniglia, CE
      Physiological and genetic comparison of two aromatic hydrocarbon-degradingSphingomonas strains

      MOLECULES AND CELLS
    20. Chandler, DP; Stults, JR; Cebula, S; Schuck, BL; Weaver, DW; Anderson, KK; Egholm, M; Brockman, FJ
      Affinity purification of DNA and RNA from environmental samples with peptide nucleic acid clamps

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    21. Stapleton, RD; Bright, NG; Sayler, GS
      Catabolic and genetic diversity of degradative bacteria from fuel-hydrocarbon contaminated aquifers

      MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    22. Navarrete, A; Peacock, A; Macnaughton, SJ; Urmeneta, J; Mas-Castella, J; White, DC; Guerrero, R
      Physiological status and community composition of microbial mats of the Ebro Delta, Spain, by signature lipid biomarkers

      MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    23. Scholl, MA
      Effects of heterogeneity in aquifer permeability and biomass on biodegradation rate calculations - Results from numerical simulations

      GROUND WATER
    24. Neef, A; Witzenberger, R; Kampfer, P
      Detection of sphingomonads and in situ identification in activated sludge using 16S rRNA-targeted oligonucleotide probes

      JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MICROBIOLOGY & BIOTECHNOLOGY
    25. Cavicchioli, R; Fegatella, F; Ostrowski, M; Eguchi, M; Gottschal, J
      Sphingomonads from marine environments

      JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MICROBIOLOGY & BIOTECHNOLOGY
    26. Fredrickson, JK; Balkwill, DL; Romine, MF; Shi, T
      Ecology, physiology, and phylogeny of deep subsurface Sphingomonas sp

      JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MICROBIOLOGY & BIOTECHNOLOGY
    27. Romine, MF; Fredrickson, JK; Li, SMW
      Induction of aromatic catabolic activity in Sphingomonas aromaticivorans strain F199

      JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MICROBIOLOGY & BIOTECHNOLOGY
    28. Kieft, TL; Fredrickson, JK; Onstott, TC; Gorby, YA; Kostandarithes, HM; Bailey, TJ; Kennedy, DW; Li, SW; Plymale, AE; Spadoni, CM; Gray, MS
      Dissimilatory reduction of Fe(III) and other electron acceptors by a Thermus isolate

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    29. Pitonzo, BJ; Amy, PS; Rudin, M
      Effect of gamma radiation on native endolithic microorganisms from a radioactive waste deposit site

      RADIATION RESEARCH
    30. Banfield, JF; Barker, WW; Welch, SA; Taunton, A
      Biological impact on mineral dissolution: Application of the lichen model to understanding mineral weathering in the rhizosphere

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    31. Slobodkin, AI; Zavarzina, DG; Sokolova, TG; Bonch-Osmolovskaya, EA
      Dissimilatory reduction of inorganic electron accepters by thermophilic anaerobic prokaryotes

      MICROBIOLOGY
    32. Romine, MF; Stillwell, LC; Wong, KK; Thurston, SJ; Sisk, EC; Sensen, C; Gaasterland, T; Fredrickson, JK; Saffer, JD
      Complete sequence of a 184-kilobase catabolic plasmid from Sphingomonas aromaticivorans F199

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    33. Welch, SA; Ullman, WJ
      The effect of microbial glucose metabolism on bytownite feldspar dissolution rates between 5 degrees and 35 degrees C

      GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA
    34. Vaughan, PC; Verity, AA; Mills, MS; Hill, IR; Newcombe, AC; Simmons, ND
      Degradation of the herbicide, acetochlor in surface and sub-surface soils under field and laboratory conditions

      HUMAN AND ENVIRONMENTAL EXPOSURE TO XENOBIOTICS
    35. WHITE DC; PHELPS TJ; ONSTOTT TC
      WHATS UP DOWN THERE

      CURRENT OPINION IN MICROBIOLOGY
    36. Stroes-Gascoyne, S; Sargent, FP
      The Canadian approach to microbial studies in nuclear waste management anddisposal

      JOURNAL OF CONTAMINANT HYDROLOGY
    37. HOLMAN HYN; PERRY DL; HUNTERCEVERA JC
      SURFACE-ENHANCED INFRARED ABSORPTION-REFLECTANCE (SEIRA) MICROSPECTROSCOPY FOR BACTERIA LOCALIZATION ON GEOLOGIC MATERIAL-SURFACES

      Journal of microbiological methods
    38. WHITE DC; FLEMMING CA; LEUNG KT; MACNAUGHTON SJ
      IN-SITU MICROBIAL ECOLOGY FOR QUANTITATIVE APPRAISAL, MONITORING, ANDRISK ASSESSMENT OF POLLUTION REMEDIATION IN SOILS, THE SUBSURFACE, THE RHIZOSPHERE AND IN BIOFILMS

      Journal of microbiological methods
    39. ZHANG CL; PALUMBO AV; PHELPS TJ; BEAUCHAMP JJ; BROCKMAN FJ; MURRAY CJ; PARSONS BS; SWIFT DJP
      GRAIN-SIZE AND DEPTH CONSTRAINTS ON MICROBIAL VARIABILITY IN COASTAL-PLAIN SUBSURFACE SEDIMENTS

      Geomicrobiology journal
    40. Onstott, TC; Phelps, TJ; Colwell, FS; Ringelberg, D; White, DC; Boone, DR; McKinley, JP; Stevens, TO; Long, PE; Balkwill, DL; Griffin, WT; Kieft, T
      Observations pertaining to the origin and ecology of microorganisms recovered from the deep subsurface of Taylorsville Basin, Virginia

      GEOMICROBIOLOGY JOURNAL
    41. MARTINO DP; GROSSMAN EL; ULRICH GA; BURGER KC; SCHLICHENMEYER JL; SUFLITA JM; AMMERMAN JW
      MICROBIAL ABUNDANCE AND ACTIVITY IN A LOW-CONDUCTIVITY AQUIFER SYSTEMIN EAST-CENTRAL TEXAS

      Microbial ecology
    42. Kieft, TL; Murphy, EM; Haldeman, DL; Amy, PS; Bjornstad, BN; McDonald, EV; Ringelberg, DB; White, DC; Stair, J; Griffiths, RP; Gsell, TC; Holben, WE; Boone, DR
      Microbial transport, survival, and succession in a sequence of buried sediments

      MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    43. Stapleton, RD; Sayler, GS
      Assessment of the microbiological potential for the natural attenuation ofpetroleum hydrocarbons in a shallow aquifer system

      MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    44. WHITMAN WB; COLEMAN DC; WIEBE WJ
      PROKARYOTES - THE UNSEEN MAJORITY

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    45. Murphy, EM; Schramke, JA
      Estimation of microbial respiration rates in groundwater by geochemical modeling constrained with stable isotopes

      GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA
    46. STROESGASCOYNE S; GASCOYNE M
      THE INTRODUCTION OF MICROBIAL NUTRIENTS INTO A NUCLEAR WASTE-DISPOSALVAULT DURING EXCAVATION AND OPERATION

      Environmental science & technology
    47. Zhang, CL; Vali, H; Romanek, CS; Phelps, TJ; Liu, SV
      Formation of single-domain magnetite by a thermophilic bacterium

      AMERICAN MINERALOGIST
    48. BALKWILL DL; REEVES RH; DRAKE GR; REEVES JY; CROCKER FH; KING MB; BOONE DR
      PHYLOGENETIC CHARACTERIZATION OF BACTERIA IN THE SUBSURFACE MICROBIALCULTURE COLLECTION

      FEMS microbiology reviews
    49. CHANDLER DP; BROCKMAN FJ; FREDRICKSON JK
      USE OF 16S RDNA CLONE LIBRARIES TO STUDY CHANGES IN A MICROBIAL COMMUNITY RESULTING FROM EX-SITU PERTURBATION OF A SUBSURFACE SEDIMENT

      FEMS microbiology reviews
    50. KOTELNIKOVA S; PEDERSEN K
      EVIDENCE FOR METHANOGENIC ARCHAEA AND HOMOACETOGENIC BACTERIA IN DEEPGRANITIC ROCK AQUIFERS

      FEMS microbiology reviews
    51. TSENG HY; ONSTOTT TC
      A TECTOGENETIC ORIGIN FOR THE DEEP SUBSURFACE MICROORGANISMS OF TAYLORSVILLE BASIN - THERMAL AND FLUID-FLOW MODEL CONSTRAINTS

      FEMS microbiology reviews
    52. STROESGASCOYNE S; WEST JM
      MICROBIAL STUDIES IN THE CANADIAN NUCLEAR-FUEL WASTE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

      FEMS microbiology reviews
    53. HEYDARI E
      THE ROLE OF BURIAL DIAGENESIS IN HYDROCARBON DESTRUCTION AND H2S ACCUMULATION, UPPER JURASSIC SMACKOVER FORMATION, BLACK-CREEK FIELD, MISSISSIPPI

      AAPG bulletin
    54. FREDRICKSON JK; MCKINLEY JP; BJORNSTAD BN; LONG PE; RINGELBERG DB; WHITE DC; KRUMHOLZ LR; SUFLITA JM; COLWELL FS; LEHMAN RM; PHELPS TJ; ONSTOTT TC
      PORE-SIZE CONSTRAINTS ON THE ACTIVITY AND SURVIVAL OF SUBSURFACE BACTERIA IN A LATE CRETACEOUS SHALE-SANDSTONE SEQUENCE, NORTHWESTERN NEW-MEXICO

      Geomicrobiology journal
    55. KIEFT TL; KOVACIK WP; RINGELBERG DB; WHITE DC; HALDEMAN DL; AMY PS; HERSMAN LE
      FACTORS LIMITING MICROBIAL-GROWTH AND ACTIVITY AT A PROPOSED HIGH-LEVEL NUCLEAR REPOSITORY, YUCCA MOUNTAIN, NEVADA

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    56. KIEFT TL; WILCH E; OCONNOR K; RINGELBERG DB; WHITE DC
      SURVIVAL AND PHOSPHOLIPID FATTY-ACID PROFILES OF SURFACE AND SUBSURFACE BACTERIA IN NATURAL SEDIMENT MICROCOSMS

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    57. COLWELL FS; LEHMAN RM
      CARBON SOURCE UTILIZATION PROFILES FOR MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES FROM HYDROLOGICALLY DISTINCT ZONES IN A BASALT AQUIFER

      Microbial ecology
    58. MUELLER JG; DEVEREUX R; SANTAVY DL; LANTZ SE; WILLIS SG; PRITCHARD PH
      PHYLOGENETIC AND PHYSIOLOGICAL COMPARISONS OF PAH-DEGRADING BACTERIA FROM GEOGRAPHICALLY DIVERSE SOILS

      Antonie van Leeuwenhoek
    59. WONG KK; STILLWELL LC; DOCKERY CA; SAFFER JD
      USE OF TAGGED RANDOM HEXAMER AMPLIFICATION (TRHA) TO CLONE AND SEQUENCE MINUTE QUANTITIES OF DNA-APPLICATION TO A 180 KB PLASMID ISOLATED FROM SPHINGOMONAS F199

      Nucleic acids research
    60. WHITE DC; STAIR JO; RINGELBERG DB
      QUANTITATIVE COMPARISONS OF IN-SITU MICROBIAL BIODIVERSITY BY SIGNATURE BIOMARKER ANALYSIS

      Journal of industrial microbiology
    61. ZLATKIN IV; SCHNEIDER M; DEBRUIJN FJ; FORNEY LJ
      DIVERSITY AMONG BACTERIA ISOLATED FROM THE DEEP SUBSURFACE

      Journal of industrial microbiology
    62. STROESGASCOYNE S; WEST JM
      AN OVERVIEW OF MICROBIAL RESEARCH RELATED TO HIGH-LEVEL NUCLEAR WASTE-DISPOSAL WITH EMPHASIS ON THE CANADIAN CONCEPT FOR THE DISPOSAL OF NUCLEAR-FUEL WASTE

      Canadian journal of microbiology
    63. WHITE DC; RINGELBERG DB
      MONITORING DEEP SUBSURFACE MICROBIOTA FOR ASSESSMENT OF SAFE LONG-TERM NUCLEAR WASTE-DISPOSAL

      Canadian journal of microbiology
    64. SINGH RP; ABBAS NM; SMESKO SA
      SUPPRESSED ION-CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF ANIONS IN ENVIRONMENTAL WATERS CONTAINING HIGH-SALT CONCENTRATIONS

      Journal of chromatography
    65. STIM KP
      A PHYLOGENETIC ANALYSIS OF MICROORGANISMS ISOLATED FROM SUBSURFACE ENVIRONMENTS

      Molecular ecology
    66. HALDEMAN DL; PENNY SA; RINGELBERG D; WHITE DC; GAREN RE; GHIORSE WC
      MICROBIAL-GROWTH AND RESUSCITATION ALTER COMMUNITY STRUCTURE AFTER PERTURBATION

      FEMS microbiology, ecology
    67. REEVES RH; REEVES JY; BALKWILL DL
      STRATEGIES FOR PHYLOGENETIC CHARACTERIZATION OF SUBSURFACE BACTERIA

      Journal of microbiological methods
    68. FREDRICKSON JK; LI SW; BROCKMAN FJ; HALDEMAN DL; AMY PS; BALKWILL DL
      TIME-DEPENDENT CHANGES IN VIABLE NUMBERS AND ACTIVITIES OF AEROBIC HETEROTROPHIC BACTERIA IN SUBSURFACE SAMPLES

      Journal of microbiological methods
    69. STORY SP; AMY PS; BISHOP CW; COLWELL FS
      BACTERIAL TRANSPORT IN VOLCANIC TUFF CORES UNDER SATURATED FLOW CONDITIONS

      Geomicrobiology journal
    70. PARKIN TB; SIMPKINS WW
      CONTEMPORARY GROUNDWATER METHANE PRODUCTION FROM PLEISTOCENE CARBON

      Journal of environmental quality
    71. ASHOK BT; SAXENA S
      BIODEGRADATION OF POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC-HYDROCARBONS - A REVIEW

      Journal of Scientific & Industrial Research
    72. ALBINGER O; BIESEMEYER BK; ARNOLD RG; LOGAN BE
      EFFECT OF BACTERIAL HETEROGENEITY ON ADHESION TO UNIFORM COLLECTORS BY MONOCLONAL POPULATIONS

      FEMS microbiology letters
    73. LIU SM; JONES WJ; ROGERS JE
      INFLUENCE OF REDOX POTENTIAL ON THE ANAEROBIC BIOTRANSFORMATION OF NITROGEN-HETEROCYCLIC COMPOUNDS IN ANOXIC FRESH-WATER SEDIMENTS

      Applied microbiology and biotechnology
    74. WELCH SA; VANDEVIVERE P
      EFFECT OF MICROBIAL AND OTHER NATURALLY-OCCURRING POLYMERS ON MINERALDISSOLUTION

      Geomicrobiology journal
    75. ALBRECHTSEN HJ
      DISTRIBUTION OF BACTERIA, ESTIMATED BY A VIABLE COUNT METHOD, AND HETEROTROPHIC ACTIVITY IN DIFFERENT SIZE FRACTIONS OF AQUIFER SEDIMENT

      Geomicrobiology journal
    76. HALDEMAN DL; PITONZO BJ; STORY SP; AMY PS
      COMPARISON OF THE MICROBIOTA RECOVERED FROM SURFACE AND DEEP SUBSURFACE ROCK, WATER, AND SOIL ALONG AN ELEVATIONAL GRADIENT

      Geomicrobiology journal
    77. KIEFT TL; RINGELBERG DB; WHITE DC
      CHANGES IN ESTER-LINKED PHOSPHOLIPID FATTY-ACID PROFILES OF SUBSURFACE BACTERIA DURING STARVATION AND DESICCATION IN A POROUS-MEDIUM

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    78. HALDEMAN DL; AMY PS; WHITE DC; RINGELBERG DB
      CHANGES IN BACTERIA RECOVERABLE FROM SUBSURFACE VOLCANIC ROCK SAMPLESDURING STORAGE AT 4-DEGREES-C

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    79. SHARMA PK; MCINERNEY MJ
      EFFECT OF GRAIN-SIZE ON BACTERIAL PENETRATION, REPRODUCTION, AND METABOLIC-ACTIVITY IN POROUS-GLASS BEAD CHAMBERS

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    80. PHELPS TJ; MURPHY EM; PFIFFNER SM; WHITE DC
      COMPARISON BETWEEN GEOCHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL ESTIMATES OF SUBSURFACEMICROBIAL ACTIVITIES

      Microbial ecology
    81. PHELPS TJ; PFIFFNER SM; SARGENT KA; WHITE DC
      FACTORS INFLUENCING THE ABUNDANCE AND METABOLIC CAPACITIES OF MICROORGANISMS IN EASTERN COASTAL-PLAIN SEDIMENTS

      Microbial ecology
    82. KAZUMI J; CAPONE DG
      HETEROTROPHIC MICROBIAL ACTIVITY IN SHALLOW AQUIFER SEDIMENTS OF LONG-ISLAND, NEW-YORK

      Microbial ecology
    83. RUSTERHOLTZ KJ; MALLORY LM
      DENSITY, ACTIVITY, AND DIVERSITY OF BACTERIA INDIGENOUS TO A KARSTIC AQUIFER

      Microbial ecology
    84. ZHENG M; KELLOGG ST
      ANALYSIS OF BACTERIAL-POPULATIONS IN A BASALT AQUIFER

      Canadian journal of microbiology
    85. ARRAGE AA; PHELPS TJ; BENOIT RE; PALUMBO AV; WHITE DC
      BACTERIAL SENSITIVITY TO UV-LIGHT AS A MODEL FOR IONIZING-RADIATION RESISTANCE

      Journal of microbiological methods
    86. SHARMA PK; MCINERNEY MJ; KNAPP RM
      IN-SITU GROWTH AND ACTIVITY AND MODES OF PENETRATION OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI IN UNCONSOLIDATED POROUS MATERIALS

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    87. JORGENSEN KS; TIEDJE JM
      SURVIVAL OF DENITRIFIERS IN NITRATE-FREE, ANAEROBIC ENVIRONMENTS

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    88. KIEFT TL; AMY PS; BROCKMAN FJ; FREDRICKSON JK; BJORNSTAD BN; ROSACKER LL
      MICROBIAL ABUNDANCE AND ACTIVITIES IN RELATION TO WATER POTENTIAL IN THE VADOSE ZONES OF ARID AND SEMIARID SITES

      Microbial ecology
    89. ADKINS JP; CORNELL LA; TANNER RS
      MICROBIAL COMPOSITION OF CARBONATE PETROLEUM RESERVOIR FLUIDS

      Geomicrobiology journal


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