Microbial life in terrestrial hard rock environments.
The Family Gallionellaceae.
The deep intraterrestrial biosphere.
Fungi in subterranean environments.
Genus I. Gallionella Ehrenberg 1838 166AL.
Adsorption and retention of U-238 and Th-232 from groundwater using BIOS.
Mobilisation of radionuclides by ligands produced by bacteria from the deep subsurface.
Microbial sulphide production in compacted bentonite at the commencement of long-term disposal of high-level radioactive waste.
Past and present biofilm formation in deep Fennoscandian shield groundwater.
Microbial processes in the disposal of high level radioactive waste 500 m underground in Fennoscandian shield rocks.
Gallionella ferruginea: an iron-oxidizing and stalk-forming groundwater bacterium.
Igneous rock aquifers microbial communities.
Diversity and activity of microorganisms in deep igneous rock aquifers of the Baltic Shield.
The hydrogen driven intra-terrestrial biosphere and its influence on the hydrochemical conditions in crystalline bedrock aquifers.
Evidence for a hydrogen-driven, intra-terrestrial biosphere in deep igneous rock aquifers.
Phylogenetic assessment of total biodiversity.
The microbiology of radioactive waste.