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Recycling Key for Microbial Life in the Deep Ocean

News   Mar 12, 2020 | Original story from the American Society of Agronomy

 
Recycling Key for Microbial Life in the Deep Ocean

Detailed examination of rocks nestled thousands of feet beneath the ocean floor revealed life in plutonic rocks of the lower oceanic crust. Shown here is a thin section photomicrograph mosaic of one of the samples. Credit: Frieder Klein, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

 
 
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