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Ember Morrissey with her job offer letter.
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Ember Morrissey Congratulations to Dr. Ember Morrissey, who will begin her new job as Assistant Professor of Environmental Microbiology at West...
Ember Morrissey, Ecoss Postdoctoral Scholar, Wins Microbiology Award
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Ember Morrissey, Ecoss Postdoctoral Scholar The American Society for Microbiology awarded the 2015 FEMS-ASM Mäkelä-Cassell Award to Ember Morrissey, Ph.D....
Ember Morrissey, Ecoss Postdoctoral Scholar, Wins Microbiology Award
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Google Scholar page Morrissey’s research focuses on the microbial ecology underlying biogeochemical processes of interest to society. Her work ranges...
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Water drives the functioning of Earth’s arid and semiarid lands. Drylands can obtain water from sources other than precipitation, yet...
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Microorganisms in soil assimilate, transform, and mineralize soil C to support growth. There are an estimated 2.6 × 1029 microbial...
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Organisms influence ecosystems, from element cycling to disturbance regimes, to trophic interactions and to energy partitioning. Microorganisms are part of...
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Relationships between microbial genes and performance are often evaluated in the laboratory in pure cultures, with little validation in nature....
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Nitrogen (N) is frequently a limiting nutrient in soil; its availability can govern ecosystem functions such as primary production and...
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Understanding how population-level dynamics contribute to ecosystem-level processes is a primary focus of ecological research and has led to important...
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Microorganisms perform most decomposition on Earth, mediating carbon (C) loss from ecosystems, and thereby influencing climate. Yet, how variation in...
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