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The sun as seen through a camera.
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Heat waves in Arizona: Do microbial symbionts buffer the effects of heat waves?
Field site in Antarctica with a crate in the foreground and steep mountains in background.
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We study soil microbial communities in Antarctica, microbes in hot spring ecosystems in Tengchong, China, methane production at Axel Heiberg...
Watercolor of Prague
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Bruce Hungate, Director of Ecoss gave the keynote address to the Goldschmidt Conference in Prague this week for the session,...
rachel rubin with plant samples
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The "Multiple Dimensions of Bioscience" Travel Award supported Rachel Rubin's travel to Evolution 2015, the joint annual meeting of the...
Detail of Yellow Fremont Cottonwood Leaves in Autumn Stream
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As part of a large interdisciplinary team, with funding from the National Science Foundation, we have studied how genetic and...
Close-up of cheatgrass
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Invasive plants like cheatgrass have huge and costly effects on ecosystems. Restoring native plants to areas invaded by cheatgrass is...
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....
Drought-stressed forests in Northern Arizona showing dead trees in the mid ground.
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Drought-stressed forests in Northern Arizona. Photo by William Anderegg In forests around the world, drought leaves a legacy that endures...
Microscopic view of Staphylococcus aureus showing ball-formed germs on a bed of blue
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NAU professor and a team of researchers are seeking to better understand staph bacteria, information that could lead to reductions...
Experimental arrays at sunset measuring carbon dioxide
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Experimental arrays measuring carbon dioxide Sunrise over the subtropical oak woodland, elevated CO2 experiment at the Kennedy Space Center, Florida....
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