Microorganisms form the backbone of aquatic environments by controlling the biogeochemical cycling of essential elements such as carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus. In the Geomicrobiology Laboratory, we study microbial processes that mediate the fate of organic compounds in coastal and marine environments. Our research employs a variety of field and laboratory based tools to connect microbial pathways and interactions with biochemical transformations.
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