Nature Methods Tech Feature – Microbiology and the Oceans

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Microbiology and the Oceans

Microbial processes are crucial on land and in the sea in that they drive biogeochemical cycles. A changing climate means a changing biosphere, which includes both the Earth’s land and seas. Soon, the United Nations (UN) Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development will be underway. This lends special urgency to the efforts of marine microbiologists as they explore new ways of assessing microbial diversity. A growing number of microbiologists study how the oceans and the processes of microbes that live in them are changing. They want to study the effects of climate change on microbes and microbes might even be applied to help mitigate the effects of climate change.

THIS TECHNOLOGY FEATURE WILL COVER:
» Applying metagenomics tools in marine microbiology
» Integrating work lab‐work and field‐work in marine microbiology
» New types of sample collection and ocean observatories

Publication Name: Nature Methods
Topic: Microbiology and the Oceans
Materials Due: January 23, 2020
Publication Date: February 1, 2020
Booking Deadline: January 22, 2020
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