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1. Molecular Level Characterization of Dissolved Organic Carbon and Microbial Diversity in the WAIS Divide Replicate Core [NSF-ANT11-41936]
This award supports a detailed, molecular level characterization of dissolved organic carbon and microbes in Antarctic ice cores. Using the most modern biological (genomic), geochemical techniques, ...


2. Molecular Level Characterization of Dissolved Organic Carbon and Microbial Diversity in the WAIS Divide Replicate Core - foreman_1141936 [foreman_1141936]
This award supports a detailed, molecular level characterization of dissolved organic carbon and microbes in Antarctic ice cores. NSF PLR Award Abstract #1141936


3. Multidimensional 'omics' characterization of microbial metabolism and dissolved organic matter in Antarctica [USAP-1141978]
Uncovering the dynamics of dissolved organic matter (DOM) is central to an understanding of the global carbon cycle, as organic material from lakes, streams, oceans and soils passes through this pool. ...


4. WAIS Divide Biological Data from J. Priscu and C. Foreman, Montana State University [Paleo_Records_of_Biotic_and_Abiotic_Particles_in_Polar_Ice_Cores]
Data from J. Priscu and C. Foreman, Montana State University. WAIS Divide core (WDC05Q, Stick D). Ice core samples were decontaminated following (Christner et al., 2005 Icarus, 174: 572-584) and ...


5. Collaborative Research: Biogeochemistry of Dissolved Organic Matter in Pony Lake, Ross Island - NSF-ANT03-38342 [NSF-ANT03-38342]
Dissolved organic matter (DOM) is a significant chemical component in aquatic systems because it acts as an important carbon source for microorganisms, absorbs harmful radiation in sunlight, is able ...


6. Collaborative Research: The Biogeochemical Evolution of Dissolved Organic Matter in a Fluvial System on the Cotton Glacier, Antarctica [NSF-ANT08-38970]
Dissolved organic matter (DOM) comprises a significant pool of Earth's organic carbon that dwarfs the amount present in living aquatic organisms. The properties and reactivity of DOM are not well ...


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