Metal deposits can promote the growth of ocean algae that gobble greenhouse gas
Lake-dwelling bacterium has hard lumps inside it
Coastal animals around the world are spending more time in or around waters with too little oxygen
Bacteria glow to get across the ocean inside animals’ guts
Oil from BP spill was likely dragged down by bacterial goo
Cold-water-loving kelp forests may be surprisingly abundant in the tropics.
Microbes living in sand under the sea may produce gases such as propane.
At night, glowing bacteria can give large areas of the sea a surreal milky color.
Sediment from Arctic lakes shows that much of the Northern Hemisphere has been warming for many decades.