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Required Readings for Dr. Heather Schrum's (MS-4342-15)
- The Marine Microbiology: Ecology and Applications textbook is available on reserve in the library. Ask to borrow this book from the service desk on the first floor of the ABS building. The book can be lent for 2 hours at a time.
- Solution to a marine mystery
- The sulfur cycle
- The effects of iron fertilization on carbon sequestration in the southern ocean
- Dis-crediting ocean fertilization
- Microbial life breaths deep
- Symbiosis in the Deep Sea: scientists discover how bacteria living with shrimp make a living
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