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View Resource Microbial Diversity of Marine and Terrestrial Thermal Springs

This resource is a compilation of tables that describe the geographic, physical, and metabolic ranges of a variety of extremophilic bacteria based on taxonomic groupings. This information is from Microbial Diversity of Life, Edited by James T. Staley and Anna-Louise Reysenbach.

View Resource Mono Lake Microbial Observatory Progress Report

In this report a diagram is explained that shows the distribution of physical and biological properties at increasing depths, which includes temperature and fluorescence along with DGGE profiles. The distribution and importance of the single celled organism Picocystis in this unique ecosystem is highlighted.

View Resource Mono Lake Microbial Observatory

This site is home of the Mono Lake Microbial Observatory. The primary goal of the Mono Lake Microbial Observatory project is to examine the distributions of Mono Lake microbes and to understand the response of microbial assemblages to chemical and physical gradients. This project provides a unique opportunity to identify novel microorganisms and define interactions among microorganisms. The...

View Resource Unearthing Clues to Martian Fossils

This news article explains why scientists are looking to the tufa of Mono Lake, CA for hints of life on Mars. The article describes current conditions on Mars and suggests that it may have had a "friendlier" history including microbial life. The resource includes a 360-degree image of Mono Lake and an appendix speculating the history of water on Mars.

View Resource Mono Lake Web Site

Mono Lake Web Site is the homepage of the Mono Lake Committee and offers helpful information regarding the unique hypersaline and alkaline environment. Visitors will find information about the Mono Lake Committee, natural and political histories of the area, related water policies, a photo gallery with image descriptions, and links to related sites- including a clearinghouse. Those interested in...

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