TDI-Brooks Contributes Sediment Samples For Study Of Hydrocarbon Seepage And Seafloor Biospheres

TDI-Brooks Contributes Sediment Samples For Study Of Hydrocarbon Seepage And Seafloor Biospheres

Guest post: Mrs Melissa Wood, TDI-Brooks International, Inc.

 

TDI-Brooks Contributes Sediment Samples For Study Of Hydrocarbon Seepage And Seafloor Biospheres

“This study confirms that gas seeps are a conduit for transporting life from the deep biosphere to the seafloor,” says co-author Emil Ruff, a scientist at the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL), Woods Hole. The study, led by Anirban Chakraborty and Casey Hubert of the University of Calgary, is published this week in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

 

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TDI-Brooks Contributes Sediment Samples For Study Of Hydrocarbon Seepage And Seafloor Biospheres

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