Environmental Microbiology

Environmental microbiology delves into the hidden world of microorganisms shaping Earth's ecosystems. From soil to oceans, these microscopic life forms drive nutrient cycling, break down pollutants, and maintain ecological balance. Bacteria, fungi, and archaea play pivotal roles in bioremediation, purifying water and soil. They also impact climate patterns through greenhouse gas interactions. Advances in DNA sequencing unveil microbial diversity and functions, unlocking insights into environmental health. Understanding these tiny heroes empowers us to conserve biodiversity, manage pollution, and mitigate climate change, emphasizing the profound influence of these unseen actors on our planet's past, present, and future.


  • Microbial Biogeochemistry
  • Microbes in Extreme Environments
  • Microbes in Extreme Environments
  • Microbial Contributions to Bioremediation

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