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Hunting for Life in Rocks Beneath the Seas

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Photo of Katrina Edwards sub-sampling volcanic basalt for microbiology as Brian Midson looks on.

Near the Loihi seamount off the coast of Hawaii, University of Southern California geobiologist Katrina Edwards sub-samples volcanic basalt for microbiology using sterile tools and trays as NSF officer Brian Midson looks on.

Credit: Jason Sylvan, USC


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Photo of part of sediment microbiology sampling team from the German-American expedition.

Part of the sediment microbiology sampling team from the German-American expedition on board the research vessel (R/V) Maria S. Merian at North Pond, 22 degrees north on the Western flank of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge samples material for study. From the left, the researchers are USC postdoc Nina Knab, University of North Carolina postdoc Jennifer Biddle, Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology postdoc Aude Picard and USC professor Katrina Edwards. The researchers are sub-sampling the core on the right at specific intervals for various analyses, whereas the core on the left is one archived in the Max Planck Institute core repository.

Credit: Andreas Teske, UNC Chapel Hill


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