In the last three decades we have learned a great deal about microbes in subsurface environments. Once, these habitats were rarely examined, perhaps because so much of the life that we are concerned with exists at the surface and seems to pace its metabolic and evolutionary rhythms with the overt planetary, solar, and lunar cycles that dictate our own lives. And it certainly remains easier to identify with living beings that are in our midst, most obviously struggling with us or against us for survival over time scales that are easiest to track using diurnal, monthly or annual periods. Yet,...
Research Article|January 01, 2013
Nature and Extent of the Deep Biosphere
Frederick S. Colwell
Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry (2013) 75 (1): 547-574.
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