Biology Meets Subduction PASSWORD - NoLabCoatRequiredBiology Meets Subduction is a multidisciplinary field initiative to understand the interaction between microbes and the deep carbon cycle at subduction zones.
have been recorded in the sediments deposited in the Alpine lakes of the Sierra Nevada and in the peat bog of El Padul.
The study has been able to corroborate the impact of man's action on the environment, which has become evident for 3900 years due to an increase in the frequency of fires and the presence of lead contamination caused by mining. Growing presence of olive cultivation in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada and repopulation with pine in the last decades
and is transferred into natural water and soil supplies, it is important to identify Thallium concentrations in food plants and water respectively.
Peeking into Permafrost
DIAGNOSTIC PASSWORD - CEMYCA fun film, gently poking fun at the common malady of ‘serious alteration in higher cognitive functions’.