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Portrait of Egbert Schwartz
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Schwartz’s research focuses on the interaction between microbial populations and their environment. He is particularly interested in the relationships between...
leshyk illustration linking biogeochemistry
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Overview The identities of organisms profoundly influence ecosystems, and microbial diversity is vast. The obvious disconnect between this diversity and...
Core of permafrost with a lens of ice at its deepest end.
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Permafrost and ice core Soil microorganisms are biogeochemical forces of global significance. They affect nutrient availability to plants, the amount...
Photo of postdoctoral scientist Natasja van Gestel
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 Van Gestel's research focuses on quantitative global change ecology, from biogeochemical cycles to biodiversity to sustainable agriculture. She uses a...
Portrait of Kees Jan van Groenigen
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Van Groenigen's research focuses on how management practices and changes in atmospheric conditions affect the flow of C and N...
Portrait of Bruce Hungate
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Research Interests Hungate’s research focuses on the ecology and management of global change, and microbial ecology from humans to the...
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Most soil bacterial taxa are thought to be dormant, or inactive, yet the extent to which they synthetize new rRNA...
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Soil contains the largest terrestrial pool of carbon (C), but how this pool will be affected by global change remains...
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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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Growing bacteria have a high concentration of ribosomes to ensure sufficient protein synthesis, which is necessary for genome replication and...
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