Craig Moyer
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Genetic diversity in Sargasso Sea bacterioplankton
SJ Giovannoni, TB Britschgi, CL Moyer, KG Field
Nature 345 (6270), 60-63, 1990
Isolation and characterization of novel iron-oxidizing bacteria that grow at circumneutral pH
D Emerson, C Moyer
Applied and environmental microbiology 63 (12), 4784-4792, 1997
Neutrophilic Fe-oxidizing bacteria are abundant at the Loihi Seamount hydrothermal vents and play a major role in Fe oxide deposition
D Emerson, CL Moyer
Applied and environmental microbiology 68 (6), 3085-3093, 2002
A novel lineage of proteobacteria involved in formation of marine Fe-oxidizing microbial mat communities
D Emerson, JA Rentz, TG Lilburn, RE Davis, H Aldrich, C Chan, CL Moyer
PloS one 2 (8), e667, 2007
Estimation of diversity and community structure through restriction fragment length polymorphism distribution analysis of bacterial 16S rRNA genes from a microbial mat at an …
CL Moyer, FC Dobbs, DM Karl
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 60 (3), 871-879, 1994
Abundance and diversity of microbial life in ocean crust
CM Santelli, BN Orcutt, E Banning, W Bach, CL Moyer, ML Sogin, ...
Nature 453 (7195), 653-656, 2008
Phylogenetic diversity of the bacterial community from a microbial mat at an active, hydrothermal vent system, Loihi Seamount, Hawaii
CL Moyer, FC Dobbs, DM Karl
Applied and environmental microbiology 61 (4), 1555-1562, 1995
A computer-simulated restriction fragment length polymorphism analysis of bacterial small-subunit rRNA genes: efficacy of selected tetrameric restriction enzymes for studies of …
CL Moyer, JM Tiedje, FC Dobbs, DM Karl
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 62 (7), 2501-2507, 1996
Fidelity of select restriction endonucleases in determining microbial diversity by terminal-restriction fragment length polymorphism
JJ Engebretson, CL Moyer
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 69 (8), 4823-4829, 2003
Bacterial community in ancient Siberian permafrost as characterized by culture and culture-independent methods
TA Vishnivetskaya, MA Petrova, J Urbance, M Ponder, CL Moyer, ...
Astrobiology 6 (3), 400-414, 2006
Warm springs discovered on 3.5 Ma oceanic crust, eastern flank of the Juan de Fuca Ridge
MJ Mottl, G Wheat, E Baker, N Becker, E Davis, R Feely, A Grehan, ...
Geology 26 (1), 51-54, 1998
Deep‐slab fluids fuel extremophilic Archaea on a Mariana forearc serpentinite mud volcano: Ocean Drilling Program Leg 195
MJ Mottl, SC Komor, P Fryer, CL Moyer
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 4 (11), 2003
Psychrophiles and psychrotrophs
CL Moyer, RY Morita
Encyclopedia of life sciences 1 (6), 2007
Diversity of deep-sea hydrothermal vent Archaea from Loihi Seamount, Hawaii
CL Moyer, JM Tiedje, FC Dobbs, DM Karl
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 45 (1-3), 303-317, 1998
Ultra-diffuse hydrothermal venting supports Fe-oxidizing bacteria and massive umber deposition at 5000 m off Hawaii
KJ Edwards, BT Glazer, OJ Rouxel, W Bach, D Emerson, RE Davis, ...
The ISME Journal 5 (11), 1748-1758, 2011
Biodiversity and emerging biogeography of the neutrophilic iron-oxidizing Zetaproteobacteria
SM McAllister, RE Davis, JM McBeth, BM Tebo, D Emerson, CL Moyer
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 77 (15), 5445-5457, 2011
Marinobacter alkaliphilus sp. nov., a novel alkaliphilic bacterium isolated from subseafloor alkaline serpentine mud from Ocean Drilling Program Site 1200 at South …
K Takai, CL Moyer, M Miyazaki, Y Nogi, H Hirayama, KH Nealson, ...
Extremophiles 9, 17-27, 2005
Effect of growth rate and starvation-survival on the viability and stability of a psychrophilic marine bacterium
CL Moyer, RY Morita
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 55 (5), 1122-1127, 1989
Evidence for circumpolar distribution of planktonic Archaea in the Southern Ocean
AE Murray, KY Wu, CL Moyer, DM Karl, EF DeLong
Aquatic Microbial Ecology 18 (3), 263-273, 1999
Microbiology of seamounts: common patterns observed in community structure
D Emerson, CL Moyer
Oceanography 23 (1), 148-163, 2010
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