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Exploring the consequences of microbial communications on bloom dynamics and nutrient cycling in the North Atlantic Ocean (3301)

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

In support of investigating how certain molecules that microbes use to communicate with one another influence microbial …

Quantifying nutrient-virus-phytoplankton interactions and their impacts on marine biogeochemistry (3305)

University of Chicago, Department of Geophysical Sciences

In support of research that addresses how nutrient availability affects viral dynamics, the contributions of viral genes…

Uncovering the complex nutritional modes of microbial eukaryotes (3307)

University of British Columbia, Botany Department

In support of research using molecular and experimental approaches to shed light on common yet poorly understood nutriti…

Identifying and quantifying new markers of microbially mediated nutrient flow in the ocean (3304)

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

In support of developing new protocols to detect the products of microbial metabolism in seawater to understand the infl…

Investigating dissolved organic matter in the microbial loop (3298)

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

In support of the development of laboratory and field-based experimental systems for characterizing the roles of microbi…

Global mapping of microbial functions: The Environmental Niche Atlas (3300)

J. David Gladstone Institutes

In support of the development of predictive models of the global distributions of marine microbes based on functional po…

Modeling how virus-microbe interactions influence carbon flow at a deep-sea volcano (3297)

Marine Biological Laboratory

In support of investigating the microbial ecosystems that thrive at a deep-sea volcano to model the rates of their activ…

Deciphering the role of marine microbial communities in recycling the smallest carbon nutrients (3303)

University of East Anglia

In support of developing and applying cutting-edge molecular ecology methods to create a deeper understanding of how mic…

Understanding the ecological significance of microorganisms with plant-like and animal-like nutritional styles in marine ecosystems (3299)

University of Southern California, Department of Biological Sciences

In support of generating new fundamental understanding of how marine microbes that use both animal-like and plant-like n…