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Transporting Ocean Viromes: Invasion of the Aquatic Biosphere

Studies of marine viromes (viral metagenomes) have revealed that DNA viruses are highly diverse and exhibit biogeographic patterns. However, little is known about the diversity of RNA viruses, which are mostly composed of eukaryotic viruses, and their biogeographic patterns in the oceans. A growth in global commerce and maritime traffic may accelerate spread of diverse and non...

A Comparison of Microbial Water Quality and Diversity for Ballast and Tropical Harbor Waters

Indicator organisms and antibiotic resistance were used as a proxy to measure microbial water quality of ballast tanks of ships, and surface waters in a tropical harbor. The survival of marine bacteria in ballast tanks appeared to diminish over longer water retention time, with a reduction of cell viability observed after a week based on heterotrophic plate counts. Pyrosequencing...

Microbial Removals by a Novel Biofilter Water Treatment System

Wendt, Program in Public Health, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, E-mail: wendtchr@msu .edu. Rebecca Ives, Stephanie Longstaff, and Joan B. Rose, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Michigan