Our goal is to quantitatively assess the role ocean microbes play in climate change now and in future ocean conditions. We will study microbe-to-microbe interactions during glycolate metabolism to determine the extent to which the microbial feedbacks mitigate or exacerbate carbon dioxide emissions, information that could inform strategies that support climate security.
Samo, T. 2019. "Insights on algal-bacterial symbioses mediated by metabolite exchange and organic matter remineralization." Applied and Environmental Microbiology Gordon Research Conference, South Hadley, MA, July 2019. LLNL-POST-791481.
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