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Geomicrobiology

Edited by S. K. Jain, A. A. Khan, M. K. Rai

CRC Press – 2010 – 320 pages

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    978-1-57808-665-8
    April 14th 2010

Description

Geomicrobiology is a combination of geology and microbiology, and includes the study of interaction of microorganisms with their environment, such as in sedimentary rocks. This is a new and rapidly-developing field that has led in the past decade to a radically-revised view of the diversity and activity of microbial life on Earth. Geomicrobiology examines the role that microbes have played in the past and are currently playing in a number of fundamental geological processes. The present book is of great importance for researchers working in the field of microbiology, biotechnology, geology and environmental biotechnology. It can be a major reference book for students as well as researchers.

Contents

Microbe–Mineral Interactions: Cave Geomicrobiology

Kathleen H. Lavoie, Diana E. Northup and Hazel A. Barton

Deep-sea Piezophilic Bacteria: Geomicrobiology and Biotechnology

Jiasong Fang and Chiaki Kato

Chalcopyrite Bioleaching: The Changing Face of Copper Treatment

Todd J. Harvey

Mineral Biotechnology of Sulphides

Ata Akcil and Haci Deveci

Petroleum Geomicrobiology

Elijah Ohimain

Bio/Geomarkers and Mineralizing Hydrothermal Settings: Selected Earth Analogs, Microbiological Ecosystems and Astrobiological Potential

J. Martínez-Frías, E. Lázaro and A. Esteve

Spirulina Biotechnology

Hiren Doshi, A. Ray and I.L. Kothari

Extant Analogues of the Microbial Origins of Life

Brendan, P. Burns, Falicia Goh, Michelle A. Allen, Rachael Shi and Brett A. Neilan

Biodeterioration of Archaeological Monuments and Approach for Restoration

Preeti Bhatnagar, A.A. Khan,S.K. Jain and M.K. Rai

Name: Geomicrobiology (Hardback)CRC Press 
Description: Edited by S. K. Jain, A. A. Khan, M. K. Rai. Geomicrobiology is a combination of geology and microbiology, and includes the study of interaction of microorganisms with their environment, such as in sedimentary rocks. This is a new and rapidly-developing field that has led in the past decade to a...
Categories: Environmental Geology, Geology - Earth Sciences, Microbiology