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View Resource The Microbial Arsenic Cycle in Mono Lake, California

This minireview summarizes the biogeochemical arsenic cycle in the alkaline, hypersaline Mono Lake. Some prokaryotes of the lake have evolved biochemical mechanisms to exploit arsenate and arsenite, using them either as an electron acceptor or as an electron donor, respectively, to support chemoautotrophic fixation of carbon dioxide into cell carbon.

View Resource AfricaMap

Spatial data analysis is an important tool for geographers, planners, sociologists, and others, and this well-designed site by the Center for Geographic Analysis at Harvard University will be a real boon to anyone with an interest in Africa. As the introduction to the project notes, this site helps interested parties "accumulate both contemporary and historical data supplied by researchers and...

View Resource Arnold Arboretum: South Central China and Tibet: Hotspot of Diversity

For well over one hundred years, The Arnold Arboretum has sent scientists to document and explore the various corners of Asia. In the early 1920s, the Arboretum sent an expedition that remained in the Hengduan Mountain region for three years. Upon their return, the expedition returned with all types of flora and fauna, including stuffed birds, seeds, and hundreds of photographic images. This...

View Resource X Rays: Another Form of Light

This Chandra X-ray Observatory website gives a brief history on the discovery of X-rays and how they are produced. There is also information on other forms of light. This website includes illustrations and information on X- ray production, inverse Compton scattering, atomic emission, and synchrotron radiation. There are also links to learn more about the differences between x-ray astronomy and...

View Resource A Flexible Structure for Computer-Controlled Manufacturing Systems

A Flexible Structure for Computer-Controlled Manufacturing Systems describes a structure for distributed manufacturing system control, in which the product may progressively learn about the system which makes it. The strategic motivation for the work is presented along with a selection of research results exploring the general applicability of distributed methods for manufacturing system...

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