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Microbial Life in Extreme Environments
This page provides a collection of general resources including websites, PowerPoint presentations, teaching activities, data sets, and other useful materials for creating or enhancing courses related to microbiology and extreme environments. These materials can be used to support lectures, demonstrations, discussions, and class projects and activities. By narrowing the view, you may define and refine your search according to topics of your special interest.
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Phylum: Tardigrada (water bears, tardigrades) part of SERC Web Resource Collection
This web page describes water bears, minute animals that can remain dormant in a dry state for over 100 years. The page addresses what they are, where they are found, their general biology, ...
The Discovery of the Lost City Hydrothermal Field, 2000 part of SERC Web Resource Collection
This page (part of the Lost City Expedition Site) describes the serendipitous discovery of the Lost City Hydrothermal Field by. In 2000, Kelley, Karson, and Früh-Green participated on a cruise ...
East African Rift Valley Links for Learning part of SERC Web Resource Collection
This web page contains links to a collection of resources devoted to the East African Valley Rift, with emphasis on environmental issues and concerns. It lists web addresses by subtopics, in outline ...
Seen and Unseen: Discovering the Microbes of Yellowstone part of SERC Print Resource Collection
This book takes readers on a tour of Yellowstone's microbial flora and fauna. Photographed using state-of-the-art technology, each microbe is presented with photographs of the environment where it's ...
Geysers: Lower Geyser Basin part of SERC Web Resource Collection
This Yellowstone National Park web site is dedicated to Lower Geyser Basin. It includes images and descriptions of Queen
Eukaryotes in Extreme Environments part of SERC Web Resource Collection
This article is a compilation of information about free-living eukaryotes in extreme environments. Written in summary form, it includes anaerobes, thermophiles, psychrophiles, acidophiles, ...