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View Resource Leg 201 Preliminary Report: Controls on Microbial Communities in Deeply Buried Sediments, Eastern Equatorial Pacific and Peru Margin

This text is the preliminary report of the Ocean Drilling Program Leg 201, which was the first ocean drilling expedition dedicated to the study of life deep beneath the seafloor. Its seven sites were selected to represent the general range of subsurface environments that exist in marine sediments throughout most of the world's oceans.

View Resource Microbial Populations in Ocean Floor Basalt: Results from ODP Leg 187

This Ocean Drilling Program scholarly article describes results of a study of microbial populations in samples of basalt drilled from the north of the Australian Antarctic Discordance (AAD) during Ocean Drilling Program Leg 187. Samples were studied using deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA)-based methods and culturing techniques. The results showed the presence of a microbial population characteristic...

View Resource Ecosystems

This module contains four units dealing with natural selection (and evolution), population balance, exchange cycles, and environmental protection. Each unit includes coverage of why the topic is important, what is known about the subject, and the evidence that led to our current level of understanding. There is also a short biography of a famous scientist in each field of inquiry, hazards...

View Resource Ocean World

Developed and maintained by the Jason Education Project at the Texas A&M University, this comprehensive site has educational information and activities on weather, foraminifera, coral reefs, satellites, El Nino, ice ages, fisheries, waves, icebergs and currents. A wealth of student and educator resources is available. Teacher resources include a crash-course in oceanography, a section on using...

View Resource What is a Foram?

This Ocean World website is part of a collection of sites related to foraminifera (also called forams), a group of shelled marine microorganisms. This page provides very general information about forams. This site features definitions for key terms and a list of related resources and links. It also includes a menu of links to other sites within the collection, which include information about...

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