Rising temperatures are expected to reduce global soil carbon (C) stocks, driving a positive feedback to climate change1, 2, 3. However, the mechanisms underlying this prediction are not well understood, including how temperature affects microbial enzyme kinetics, growth efficiency (MGE), and turnover4, 5. Here, in a laboratory study, we show […]
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Ecoss studies the microbial communities of the human body and the implications for disease including STDs and HIV, as well as analyzing the microbial community using bioinformatics, community ecology theory and Bayesian statistical modeling.