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Study Name: Deep subsurface shale carbon reservoir microbial communities from Ohio and West Virginia, USA

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Biosamples: 25 Seq. Projects: 65
STUDY INFORMATION
GOLD Study ID Gs0114675
Study Name Deep subsurface shale carbon reservoir microbial communities from Ohio and West Virginia, USA
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Added By JGI automated process on 2015-05-15
Last Modified By Galina Ovchinnikova on 2017-03-08
PI Kelly Wrighton
Description Despite the importance of carbon-rich deep shale systems, little is known about microbe-catalyzed processes that may occur naturally within these formations, and how these change as a result of engineered activities. This has important implications on biodiversity change within the deep terrestrial biosphere, the efficiency of energy recovery, and the sustainability of our energy infrastructure. Although limited studies have identified diverse active microorganisms in deep shale formations, more research is needed to understand microbial mechanisms for growth and survival, and how such activities impact carbon and other biogeochemical cycles.
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ECOSYSTEM CLASSIFICATION
Ecosystem Environmental
Ecosystem Category Terrestrial
Ecosystem Type Deep subsurface
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Specific Ecosystem
STUDY COMPOSITION
Number of Biosamples 25
Number of Organisms 40
Number of Seq Projects 65
Number of Analysis Projects 87
Number of Related Studies 0

 

 

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