Punyasloke Bhadury1; Jenny Baeseman2; Terrance Bell3; Karen Cameron4; Paul Wilkinson5; Anna Lopatina6; Lee Stanish7
1Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Kolkata, India
3McGill University, Canada
4University of Washington, USA
5The Open University, UK
6 Institute of Molecular Genetics, Russia
7University of Colorado – Boulder, USA
Punyasloke Bhadury – Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Kolkata, India
Jenny Baeseman – APECS
How bacterial communities use nitrogen amendments in hydrocarbon contaminated High Arctic soils
---- Terrance Bell, McGill University, Canada?
Little Life on Polar Earth
--- Karen Cameron, University of Washington, USA
Thermophiles in a Polar Volcanic Desert
--- Paul Wilkinson, The Open University, UK
Changes in Bacterial Community Composition of Surface Snow Around Three Sampling Sites in East Antarctica
--- Anna Lopatina, Institute of Molecular Genetics, Russia
Cyanobacterial Endemism in Antarctic Stream Microbial Mats
--- Lee Stanish, University of Colorado – Boulder, USA
This session is a result of the CAREX Conference session on Polar Microbiology organized by SCAR, IASC and APECS.
This recording is part of the Association of Polar Early Career Scientists (APECS) effort focuses on bringing the concept of the poster presentation beyond the four walls of the conference hall and creates an online database of polar research poster publications. This project allows members with similar goals and interests to exchange information and assures a platform for the exchange of Arctic, Antarctic and Cryospheric research, policy, and education activities that are Shaping the Future of Polar Research. APECS is leading an effort towards e-conferences among polar researchers where participants can present their research findings to an international audience through web-based settings using the APECS website. As part of this project regular online virtual poster sessions are held.
Video Recording and Editing Team:
Sam German and Jenny Baeseman
Special thanks to Daniela Liggett and the University of Canterbury for hosting this session and to the International Science Committee (IASC) and the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR) for funding of the editing.