Charlene Estrada, of South Mountain Community College, will present this lecture.
Iron-oxidizing bacteria (FeOB) precipitate morphologically distinct and recalcitrant filaments. To investigate how these biosignatures are preserved over billion-year timescales, we have characterized the interactions that might occur between fluids, organic molecules, and minerals during burial.
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