It's official! Science The Earth has published its first 100% community led, developed, and funded project in the Journal of Cave and Karst Studies titled "Microbiome of Grand Canyon Caverns, a Dry Sulfuric Karst Cave in Arizona, Supports Diverse Extremophilic Bacterial and Archaeal Communities." The first author, Raymond Keeler, is the community member which originated the concept for this research project. Find out more in the Caves section under the Science tab!
Science The Earth is a 501(c)(3) educational nonprofit organization based in Mesa, Arizona. The focus of Science The Earth is to unite the Earth and build community via our shared passion for science, knowledge, and innovation. Click on the pictures below or visit the Science tab to learn about ongoing community projects. You may also visit the about page to learn more about the organization. To learn more about ongoing online content, community outreach, informal education, international sustainability education, and bioreactor/ renewable energy projects occurring at Science the Earth, click on the tab or picture below. If you have an idea that you would like to turn into a project, please send it my way using the Catalyze tab.
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