Session Sub-categoryBiogeosciences & Geosphere-Biosphere Interactions
Session IDB-BG03
TitleMicrobial ecology in earth and planetary sciences
Short TitleMicrobial ecology
Main ConvenerNameMichinari Sunamura
AffiliationUniversity of Tokyo Dept. of Earth & Planetary Science
Co-Convener 1NameNatsuko Hamamura
AffiliationKyushu University
Co-Convener 2NameKeisuke Koba
AffiliationCenter for Ecological Research, Kyoto University
Co-Convener 3NameYuki Morono
AffiliationKochi Institute for Core Sample Research, Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology
Session LanguageJJ
ScopeMicrobes have exerted the great influences on earth environments through the history of earth. Microbial ecology is a study of interaction between microbes and surrounding environments. Research target of Microbial ecology covers most of environments on the earth and planet, e.g. soil, subsurface, subseafloor, ocean, river, lake, air, space, volcano, fault and earthquake, minerals, and more. In this session , we aim to exchange informations of microbial distribution, population dynamics, function, effect on material cycles between microbial ecologist and earth&planetary scientist. We hope effective discussion from interdisciplinary approaches in this session.
Presentation FormatPoster presentation only
Presentation No Title Presenter Abstract
Poster Presentation May 23 Core Time
BBG03-P01 Traces of microorganisms in reefal microbial crusts discovered in a Holocene reef sediment core from the Ryukyu Archipelago Syou Koyano Abstract
BBG03-P02 Magnetic field response by magnetotactic bacteria Mgnetospirillum magnetotacticum MS-1 for understanding a natural magnetic characteristic formed at early stage of sediment formation Kohei Masaoka Abstract
BBG03-P03 High diversity and spatio-temporal variations in fungal spore communities Carles Castaño Abstract
BBG03-P04 Community structure of planktonic bacteria relating to subsurface methane maximum of aerobic lake waters SANTONA KHATUN Abstract
BBG03-P05 Is the hadal trench biosphere formed within the Indian Ocean Transform Fault? Michinari Sunamura Abstract
BBG03-P06 Assessment of clean laboratory conditions for contamination by DNA aerosols Takeshi Terada Abstract
BBG03-P07 Improvement of substrate-induced gene expression (SIGEX) method for exploring gene function in subseafloor sedimentary metagenomes Saki Mizobuchi Abstract
BBG03-P08 The structure determination of unsaturated archaeol derivatives characteristic for the halophilic archaea lipid-core Noriaki YAMAUCHI Abstract