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Microbiology Related Links

The following are useful links to programs, initiatives, image galleries, and other resources that share microbiology information.


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Programs and Topics

  • Arsenic Studies Group - Arsenic studies, publications, and scientists across scientific fields and disciplines, including microbiology.
  • Energy Resources Program - Links to Energy Resources Program research on coal, oil & gas, other energy sources, environment & human health, energy resource assessment, and publications.
  • Genetics and Genomics - USGS genetics and genomics activities and capabilities.
  • Global Change Science - Information and resources related to Earth Surface Dynamics, including the carbon cycle and carbon sequestration.
  • Human Health - Links to fact sheets, reports, projects and programs, Human Health database, and meetings and conferences.
  • Medical Geology - Information about the impacts that geologic materials and processes have on human and ecosystem health.
  • Mercury in the Environment - Information on mercury sources, cycling, bioaccumulation, and toxicity.
  • National Water Quality Assessment Program - Links to reports, data, models, maps and national synthesis studies.
  • State Water Resources Research Institute Program - Research summaries and annual reports about water problems and ways to solve them in U.S. states and regions. Topics include microbiology and nanotechnology.
  • Toxic Substances Hydrology Program - USGS new, topics, studies, publications, meetings, and photo gallery about environmental contaminants.
  • Water Quality Information - Links to general information, quality assurance, software, data, publications, USGS facilities, techniques, and programs.
  • Water, Energy, and Biogeochemical Budgets (WEBB) Program - Research in five representative watersheds to understand the processes controlling water, energy, and biogeochemical fluxes over a range of temporal and spatial scales.
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Publications and Databases

Image Galleries

  • USGS Multimedia Gallery - The USGS Video and Image Gallery is a one-stop collection of videos, photography, and other imagery. All items in this gallery are considered public domain.


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Programs and Topics

Publications and Databases

  • GenBank External link - An annotated collection of all publicly available DNA sequences from the U.S. National Institutes of Health. USGS scientists contribute sequence records.
  • Global Invasive Species Database External link - Search for information about invasive microorganism alien species and management activities
  • National Environmental Methods Index External link - Analytical methods, field sampling protocols, and more for microbiological research.
  • NBII Metadata Clearinghouse External link - Repository for descriptive information about USGS microbiology data and other biological data.
  • NBII Wildlife Disease Information Node External link - Provides access to a variety of data on wildlife diseases, mortality events, and other critical information contributed by partners from Federal and State agencies, as well as national, international, academic, research, and nongovernmental organizations.
  • PubMed Central External link - A free archive of life science journals from the U.S. National Institutes of Health. Articles to be found include publications from USGS scientists.

Image Galleries

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