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Mary Ann Moran

Department of Marine Sciences, University of Georgia

Marine microbial ecology

Issues of Interest:
Salt marsh

Current Projects:
Characterization of microbial communities in healthy coastal marshes

Salt marshes, estuaries

Project Links:

Georgia Rivers Land Margin Ecosystem Research Program: A comparative study of the transport and transformation of materials from rivers through the land-sea margin
    Richard G. Wiegert, Robert Hodson, William Wiebe, Mary Ann Moran, Merryl Alber, Alice Chalmers (Dept. of Marine Sciences), Lawrence R. Pomeroy (Inst. of Ecology), Jackson O. Blanton and Clark Alexander (Skidaway Inst. of Oceanography)

Georgia Coastal Ecosystems - Long Term Ecological Research (LTER)
   James T. Hollibaugh, Project Administrator (Dept. of Marine Sciences, Univ. of Georgia), Steven C. Pennings, Wade Sheldon, Merryl Alber, Dale Bishop, Jackson Blanton, Wei-Jun Cai, Alice Chalmers, Christopher Craft, Daniela Di Iorio, Lisa Donovan, Robert Hodson, Samantha Joye, Mary Ann Moran, Steven Newell, Carolyn Ruppel, and Philippe Van Cappellen.

Optimization of New Bacterial In Situ Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) Methodologies to Support Sea Grant Missions
     Robert Hodson, Mary Ann Moran and Feng Chen (Dept. of Marine Sciences, Univ. of Georgia)

Identification and Characterization of Ecologically Relevant Lignin-Degrading Bacteria from Coastal Marine Environments
   Mary Ann Moran and Robert E. Hodson (Dept of Marine Sciences, Univ of Georgia)

Lignin Degradation by Typical Bacteria from Coastal Seawater: the Marine Alpha Cluster
     Mary Ann Moran (Dept. of Marine Sciences, Univ. of Georgia)

Sapelo Island Microbial Observatory


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