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View Resource Anatomy of a Pseudo-nitzschia bloom on the Central Washington Coast

This online slide presentation discusses a Pseudo-nitzschia bloom on the Central Washington Coast in 1998. It offers general information about the bloom and focuses on domoic acid in Razor clams. It examines Pseudo-nitzschia presence related to toxin in seawater, Razor clam toxicity, wind direction and lack of rainfall, and the possibility of transportation from California via currents.

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 The Range of Protists in Mono Lake

This preliminary research report suggests that Mono Lake supports a robust population of phagotrophic and heterotrophic protozoa in addition to its many species of unicellular algae, including diatoms. It lists particular taxa that have been identified from Mono Lake.

View Resource Pictures of Mono Lake

This site briefly introduces the history and ecology of Mono Lake. It is comprised of 27 professional photographs, each offering a visual insight into the community's unusual landscape. All images are accompanied with a brief description. Downloads and wallpaper are available with a paid membership.

View Resource Exotic-looking Microbes Turn Up In Ancient Antarctic Ice

This article describes newly discovered microbial organisms in the Antarctic ice sheet. The microbes were discovered in deep ice core samples from the Vostok Station about 1,000 km from the South Pole. Along with high-resolution images, the article offers stories and explanations surrounding the strange shapes of the microbes.

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