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== what is Geobiology  ==
 
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In the concept, geobiology paralles geophysic and geochemistry which are two longer established disciplines. A dutch microbiologist Lourens Baas-Becking conied the term geobiology to decribe the inertactions between organisms and environment at the chemical level. Life, air, water, and rock interact in complx ways within the intergrated earth system, organisms regulate the earth sytem for their own benfit. 
  
 
== Patterns and process in Geobiology ==
 
== Patterns and process in Geobiology ==
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== Geomicrobiology in Real Life  ==
 
== Geomicrobiology in Real Life  ==
 
== Geomicrobiology in Nature  ==
 
== Geomicrobiology in Nature  ==

Revision as of 11:13, 3 November 2016

Geobiology (sometimes the Broader term for Geomicrobiology) is the interdisciplinary study of the interactions of (micro)organism and earths materials which inlcude; soli, minerals, rocks, the atmosphere, and the hydropshere.

what is Geobiology

In the concept, geobiology paralles geophysic and geochemistry which are two longer established disciplines. A dutch microbiologist Lourens Baas-Becking conied the term geobiology to decribe the inertactions between organisms and environment at the chemical level. Life, air, water, and rock interact in complx ways within the intergrated earth system, organisms regulate the earth sytem for their own benfit.

Patterns and process in Geobiology

Geomicrobiology in Real Life

Geomicrobiology in Nature

New Horizons in Geobiology

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See also

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References


External links

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  • The home page of Penn State Brandywine, the home of the EARTH 100 wiki article writers!
  • Encyclopedia of Earth - one of the sites I want you to explore to look for supporting articles.
  • You should also search the websites for NASA, NOAA, USGS, EPA, and the National Geographic Education Encyclopedia.
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