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Resources - Links and White Papers

A Citizen's Guide to Bioremediation
United States Environmental Protection Agency
 
The Promise of Bioremediation (Bacteria will eat almost anything.)
By Laura Carsten
Northwest Science & Technology, 2002
 
Oil-spill Bacteria Gobbled Gases First  Levels of ethane and propane consumed by Gulf microbes spark questions about the oil's fate.
From Nature.com
By Amanda Mascarelli
 
Hydrocarbon-Eating Microbes Mean Oil Was An Ancient Energy Source Too
Published on Science 2.0  science20.com
By News Account
Created Sep 9 2008
 
Slick Solution: How Microbes Will Clean Up the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill
By David Biello
Scientific American, May 25, 2010
 
How Fast Can Microbes Clean Up the Gulf Oil Spill?  New research suggests bacteria in the deep waters of the Gulf of Mexico may be eating oil plumes quickly.
By David Biello
Scientific American, August 24, 2010
 
It's a Gas: Light Hydrocarbons Drove Microbial Blooms Cleaning Up the Gulf Oil Spill
By David Biello
Scientific American, September 16, 2010
 
Meet the Microbes Eating the Gulf Oil Spill
By David Biello
Scientific American, August 18, 2010
 
Bacteria Transformed into Biofuel Refineries
By David Biello
Scientific American, January 27, 2010
 
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