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Publisher: Taylor and Francis Ltd

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Volume 16, Number 2, 1 April 1999

Microbes as Geologic Agents: Their Role in Mineral Formation
pp. 135-153(19)
Author: Ehrlich, Henry L.

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Geomicrobiology of Pyrite (FeS2) Dissolution: Case Study at Iron Mountain, California
pp. 155-179(25)
Authors: Edwards, Katrina J.; Goebel, Brett M.; Rodgers, Teresa M.; Schrenk, Matthew O.; Gihring, Thomas M.; Cardona, Margarita M.; Mcguire, Molly M.; Hamers, Robert J.; Pace, Norman R.; Banfield, Jillian F.

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Accumulation of Metals by Bacteriogenic Iron Oxides in a Subterranean Environment
pp. 181-192(12)
Authors: Ferris, F. G.; Konhauser, K. O.; Lyven, B.; Pedersen, K.

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Growth on Geological Time Scales in the Antarctic Cryptoendolithic Microbial Community
pp. 193-202(10)
Authors: Sun, Henry J.; Friedmann, E. Imre

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