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A good index and up-to-date references make this a book that undergraduates of any biological discipline could use as an introductory text that would be useful throughout their course. Librarian Administrator Sign In.

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Permissions Request permission to reuse content from this site. Geological Magazine ; 6: VolumeNumber 6. This file is stored in a ZIP archive. Table of contents Reviews Downloads Features Preface. Archive Current Issue Early Publication. Allan Pentecost; K onhauserK.

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Review Article November 01, Book Review May 01, Exploration, Environment, Analysis 8 introduciton Librarian Administrator Sign In. You do not currently have access to this article. Konhauswr technologies often took advantage of natural biological cycles, such as open pit leaching, in our applied Close mobile search navigation Article navigation.

Would you like to change to the site? It shows how the ubiquity of microorganisms, their high chemical reactivity, and their metabolic diversity make them a significant factor controlling the chemical composition of our planet.

Introduction to Geomicrobiology Kurt O. Indeed, applied geochemistry has seen the influence of geomicrobiology on its past through many of the industrial technologies of the 19th and early 20th century. His current research interests include the role of bacteria in modern mineral precipitation, and how those same processes may have contributed to the preservation of early life forms and the formation of Precambrian banded iron formations. This site uses cookies. You could not be signed in.

This work was designed as a text for final year earth sciences, geology and biology students following a course in geomicrobiology.

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Introduction to Geomicrobiology Coastal Geomorphology: It will also provide a valuable text for postgraduates and other researchers in the field. There are few competing books and most konhauseer these are unsuitable for undergraduate courses, as they are largely in the form of conference proceedings. Applied topics of increasing significance such as bioremediation are also well covered.

Close mobile search navigation Article navigation. Due to this novelty it has received more and more attention in recent years and it has become more than a passing fad as its focus on the interactions between the biosphere, atmosphere, hydrosphere and lithosphere becomes a fundamental to all of our work. ISBN Email alerts New issue alert.

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Allan Pentecost Allan Pentecost. Introduction to Geomicrobiology by K. Geological Magazine 6: Micro-organisms have become increasingly recognised as important agents in the formation and diagenesis of rocks, especially the finer-grained sediments, including some important mineral deposits.

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