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Study Name: Surface soil microbial communities from Centralia Pennsylvania, which are recovering from an underground coalmine fire.

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Biosamples: 12 Seq. Projects: 12
STUDY INFORMATION
GOLD Study ID Gs0114513
Study Name Surface soil microbial communities from Centralia Pennsylvania, which are recovering from an underground coalmine fire.
Other Names Response and recovery of surface soil microbial communities to an ongoing underground coalmine fire
NCBI Umbrella Bioproject Name
NCBI Umbrella Bioproject ID
SRA Studies
SRA Study Id SRP107577
Study Title Surface soil microbial communities from Centralia Pennsylvania, which are recovering from an underground coalmine fire - Coalmine Soil_Cen01_05102014_R1 metagenome
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SRA Study Id SRP107588
Study Title Surface soil microbial communities from Centralia Pennsylvania, which are recovering from an underground coalmine fire - Coalmine Soil_Cen10_05102014_R1 metagenome
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SRA Study Id SRP107586
Study Title Surface soil microbial communities from Centralia Pennsylvania, which are recovering from an underground coalmine fire - Coalmine Soil_Cen07_05102014_R1 metagenome
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SRA Study Id SRP107585
Study Title Surface soil microbial communities from Centralia Pennsylvania, which are recovering from an underground coalmine fire - Coalmine Soil_Cen06_05102014_R1 metagenome
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SRA Study Id SRP107593
Study Title Surface soil microbial communities from Centralia Pennsylvania, which are recovering from an underground coalmine fire - Coalmine Soil_Cen15_06102014_R2 metagenome
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SRA Study Id SRP107582
Study Title Surface soil microbial communities from Centralia Pennsylvania, which are recovering from an underground coalmine fire - Coalmine Soil_Cen04_05102014_R1 metagenome
Study Abstract
  
SRA Study Id SRP107591
Study Title Surface soil microbial communities from Centralia Pennsylvania, which are recovering from an underground coalmine fire - Coalmine Soil_Cen12_06102014_R2 metagenome
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SRA Study Id SRP107592
Study Title Surface soil microbial communities from Centralia Pennsylvania, which are recovering from an underground coalmine fire - Coalmine Soil_Cen14_06102014_R1 metagenome
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SRA Study Id SRP107581
Study Title Surface soil microbial communities from Centralia Pennsylvania, which are recovering from an underground coalmine fire - Coalmine Soil_Cen05_05102014_R1 metagenome
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SRA Study Id SRP107704
Study Title Surface soil microbial communities from Centralia Pennsylvania, which are recovering from an underground coalmine fire - Coalmine Soil_Cen16_06102014_R1 metagenome
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SRA Study Id SRP107579
Study Title Surface soil microbial communities from Centralia Pennsylvania, which are recovering from an underground coalmine fire - Coalmine Soil_Cen03_05102014_R1 metagenome
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SRA Study Id SRP107635
Study Title Surface soil microbial communities from Centralia Pennsylvania, which are recovering from an underground coalmine fire. - Coalmine Soil_Cen17_06102014_R1 metagenome
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Added By Jyothi Mallajosyula on 2015-04-02
Last Modified By JGI automated process on 2019-09-06
PI Ashley Shade
Description Underground coal mine fires have incredible environmental, health, and financial cost. The methane, mercury, carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide gas emissions from underground coal mine fires contribute to global warming and, because of their toxicity and mutagenic properties, have serious impacts on human health. The Centralia coal seam fire, which has been burning since 1962 in the state of Pennsylvania, is unique in the duration of burn, the proximity of the fire to the soil surface, and the gradual movement of fire belowground. The proposal aims to investigate how below ground temperatures can select for thermophilic soil microorganisms, and to understand how the phylogenetic diversity of thermophiles in Centralia compares to the known diversity of thermophiles. Shotgun metagenomic sequences of soil bacterial and archaeal communities along a chronosequence of fire-affectedness and recovery in Centralia will be analyzed.
Relevance Environmental
Study Information Link
Study Information Visibility Public
Metagenomic Study Yes
Publication
Is GEBA No
Is HMP No
ECOSYSTEM CLASSIFICATION
Ecosystem Environmental
Ecosystem Category Terrestrial
Ecosystem Type Soil
Ecosystem Subtype Unclassified
Specific Ecosystem Unclassified
STUDY COMPOSITION
Number of Biosamples 12
Number of Organisms 0
Number of Seq Projects 12
Number of Analysis Projects 35
Number of Related Studies 0

 

 

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