January 10, 2011 - Terry Hazen, head of the Ecology Department and Center for Environmental Biotechnology at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, discusses the involvement of native marine microbes in the degradation of the toxins from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill informed by his research group's field work using recently developed sampling and gene sequencing techniques.
Hazen Lab at LBNL
Stanford Energy Seminar
Stanford University Channel on YouTube
Tagged under: environment,impacts,ocean,energy,petroleum
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