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1971 - 1975
Hot-Water Worms May Use Bacteria as Shield
This National Geographic news article highlights research being done to study the Pompeii worm (Alvinella pompejana), the most heat tolerant complex organism on Earth, and its microscopic symbionts. Bacteria on the...
Keeping "Cool" at Deep-Sea Vents
This Astrobiology Magazine article reports that a research team of marine scientists has determined that water chemistry controls the location and distribution of two species of weird worms inhabiting deep-sea...
Marine Microbial Diversity: The Key to Earth's Habitability
This PDF report, authored by Jennie Hunter-Cevera and David Karl, was produced as a result of the American Academy of Microbiology colloquium that convened April 8-10, 2005, in San Francisco, California, to focus on...
New England Shellfish Beds Reopen After Toxic Red Algae Recedes
This Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) article describes red tide, a phenomenon caused by phytoplankton in coastal waters. The site includes brief summaries of the causes and impacts of red tide, both on health and the...
Desert Dust Kills Florida Fish
This news article details a red tide event that was spread across the Atlantic by a combination of storms in the Sahara Desert region and easterly trade winds that spread fertilized or nutrient overloaded soils to the...
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