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These are methanotrophic microcosms that are being used to develop and test new approaches to modeling microbial biogeochemistry using thermodynamic approaches (namely, the principle of maximum entropy production).
Announcement for LMER Coordination grant from National Science Foundation in 1994 at Ecosystems Center, Marine Biological Lab
Draft report. Authors: Walter Boynton, James T. Hollibaugh, David Jah, Michael Kemp, James Kremer, Charles Simenstad, Stephen V. Smith, Ivan Valiela
Spring 1996 Newsletter of the Land Margin Ecosystems Research Program: Understanding changes in coastal environments
Fall 1998 Newsletter of the Land Margin Ecosystems Research Program: Understanding changes in coastal environments
Call for proposals from US National Science Foundation for Land-Margin Ecosystems Research for 1992
Call for proposals from US National Science Foundation for Land-Margin Ecosystems Research for 1994
Winter 1997 Newsletter of the Land Margin Ecosystems Research Program: Understanding changes in coastal environments
Cover reads: Land Margin Ecosystems Research (LMER) Annual Scientists' Meeting, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, 13-15 November 1992
Figure from page 12 of the Ecosystems Center Annual Report 1986
Announcement for LMER Coordination grant from National Science Foundation in 1992, PI John Hobbie of the Ecosystems Center, Marine Biological Lab
Scientists sampling at Columbia River Land Margin Ecosystems Research project

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