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Ecology and Evolution in Anoxic Worlds (Oxford Series in Ecology and Evolution)Anoxic conditions–the environments in which life began–still persist in many places on Earth, such as in lake sediments, the guts of ruminants, and the deep waters of some marine basins. Ecology and Evolution in Anoxic Worlds offers a current and unified natural history of oxygen-free environments and their microbial inhabitants. Drawing on evidence from a variety of scientific disciplines, the authors–two leading researchers in the field–describe the forces known to shape the structure, fun…

[(Ecology and Evolution in Anoxic Worlds)] [Author: Tom Fenchel] published on (March, 1997)Anoxic conditions–the environments in which life began–still persist in many places on Earth, such as in lake sediments, the guts of ruminants, and the deep waters of some marine basins. Ecology and Evolution in Anoxic Worlds offers a current and unified natural history of oxygen-free environments and their microbial inhabitants. Drawing on evidence from a variety of scientific disciplines, the authors–two leading researchers in the field–describe the forces known to shape the structure, fun…

Ecology and Evolution in Anoxic Worlds (Oxford Series in Ecology and Evolution) by Tom Fenchel (1995-04-20)Anoxic conditions–the environments in which life began–still persist in many places on Earth, such as in lake sediments, the guts of ruminants, and the deep waters of some marine basins. Ecology and Evolution in Anoxic Worlds offers a current and unified natural history of oxygen-free environments and their microbial inhabitants. Drawing on evidence from a variety of scientific disciplines, the authors–two leading researchers in the field–describe the forces known to shape the structure, fun…

By Tom Fenchel - Ecology and Evolution in Anoxic Worlds: 1st (first) EditionAnoxic conditions–the environments in which life began–still persist in many places on Earth, such as in lake sediments, the guts of ruminants, and the deep waters of some marine basins. Ecology and Evolution in Anoxic Worlds offers a current and unified natural history of oxygen-free environments and their microbial inhabitants. Drawing on evidence from a variety of scientific disciplines, the authors–two leading researchers in the field–describe the forces known to shape the structure, fun…

ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION IN ANOXICAnoxic conditions–the environments in which life began–still persist in many places on Earth, such as in lake sediments, the guts of ruminants, and the deep waters of some marine basins. Ecology and Evolution in Anoxic Worlds offers a current and unified natural history of oxygen-free environments and their microbial inhabitants. Drawing on evidence from a variety of scientific disciplines, the authors–two leading researchers in the field–describe the forces known to shape the structure, fun…