KPL-1:

Multi-omics illuminates permafrost soil microbiome response to climate warming

Jansson, Janet K. Battelle, Pacific Northwest National Lab, USA The Arctic is characterized by vast amounts of carbon stored in permafrost and is an important focal point for the study of climate change as increasing temperature may accelerate microbially-mediated release of carbon st
Posted On 06 10月 2015

KPL-2:

Dark Energy Ecosystem: Looking through the modern deep ocean to the ancient and the extraterrestrial ones

Takai, Ken1,2 1Department of Subsurface Geobiological Analysis and Research (D-SUGAR), 2Laboratory of Ocean-Earth Life Evolution Research (OELE), Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science & Technology (JAMSTEC), Japan Over the past 35 years, researchers have explored seafloor deep-sea
Posted On 06 10月 2015

KPL-3:

Extreme halophiles and carbon monoxide: looking through a window at Earth’s past and towards a future on Mars

King, Gary M. Department of Biological Sciences, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803 Carbon monoxide occurs throughout the cosmos, and is ubiquitous on Earth, where various terrestrial Bacteria have long been known to use it as a carbon and energy source. CO-oxidizing ba
Posted On 06 10月 2015