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Code pertaining to the Soil Microbiome SFA Project publication data visualizations 'DNA viral diversity, abundance and functional potential vary across grassland soils with a range of historical moisture regimes' for processing publication data downloads.

Dr. Paul Piehowski is the Proteomics team leader for PNNL’s Environmental and Molecular Sciences Division and the Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory (EMSL) user program. Piehowski is an analytical chemist whose research is focused on the application of mass spectrometry to biological...

Earth Scientist Emily Graham is an quantitative ecosystem ecologist in the Biological Sciences Group at PNNL and is part of the Ecosystem Science Team. She is co-principal investigator of the Subsurface Biogeochemical Research Science Focus Area (SFA) and a key member of PNNL’s soil microbiome SFA...

The Illumina MiSeq System Sequencer is a high-throughput DNA sequencer machine developed and manufactured by Illumina , and is designed for sequencing data acquisition using synthesis technology to provide an end-to-end solution (cluster generation, amplification, sequencing, and data analysis) in a...

Please cite as : Graham E.B., A. Camargo, R. Wu, R.Y. Neches, M. Nolan, W.C. Nelson, and M.M. Pleake, et al. 2024. Global Soil Virus (GSV) Atlas. [Data Set] PNNL DataHub. 10.25584/2229733 This data is published under a CC0 license . The authors encourage data reuse and request attribution by...

Please cite as : Wu R., A.E. Zimmerman, and K.S. Hofmockel. 2023. RNA viruses in grassland soils (Prosser, WA). [Data Set] PNNL DataHub. https://data.pnnl.gov/group/nodes/dataset/33706 The data is comprised of RNA viral sequences that were bioinformatically screened from the de novo assemblies of...

Extreme weather events, including fires, heatwaves(HWs), and droughts, have significant impacts on earth, environmental, and power energy systems. Mechanistic and predictive understanding, as well as probabilistic risk assessment of these extreme weather events, are crucial for detecting, planning...

This dataset presents land surface parameters designed explicitly for global kilometer-scale Earth system modeling and has significant implications for enhancing our understanding of water, carbon, and energy cycles in the context of global change. Specifically, it includes four categories of...

The rhizosphere represents a dynamic and complex interface between plant hosts and the microbial community found in the surrounding soil. While it is recognized that manipulating the rhizosphere has the potential to improve plant fitness and health, engineering the rhizosphere microbiome through...

Agriculture is the largest source of greenhouse gases (GHG) production. Conversion of nitrogen fertilizers into more reduced forms by microbes through a process known as biological nitrification drives GHG production, enhances proliferation of toxic algal blooms, and increases cost of crop...

Please cite as : McClure R.S., Y. Farris, R.E. Danczak, W.C. Nelson, H. Song, A. Kessler, and J. Lee, et al. 2022. Model Soil Consortium 2 (MSC-2) Bacterial Isolate Genomes. [Data Set] PNNL DataHub. https://doi.org/10.25584/PNNLDH/1986536 Model Soil Consortium 2 (MSC-2) Bacterial Isolate Genomes...

Please cite as : McClure R.S., Y. Farris, R.E. Danczak, W.C. Nelson, H. Song, A. Kessler, and J. Lee, et al. 2022. Metatranscriptomic data from MSC-2. [Data Set] PNNL DataHub. https://data.pnnl.gov/group/nodes/dataset/33232 Metatranscriptomic data from MSC-2 12 fastq files (6 forward read, 6 reverse...

Last updated on 2023-02-23T19:37:46+00:00 by LN Anderson PerCon SFA Project Publication Experimental Data Catalog The Persistence Control of Engineered Functions in Complex Soil Microbiomes Project (PerCon SFA) at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory ( PNNL ) is a Genomic Sciences Program...

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"Visualizing the Hidden Half: Plant-Microbe Interactions in the Rhizosphere" Plant roots and the associated rhizosphere constitute a dynamic environment that fosters numerous intra- and interkingdom interactions, including metabolite exchange between plants and soil mediated by root exudates and the...

Pending Review Microbiomes contribute to multiple ecosystem services by transforming organic matter in soil. Extreme shifts in the environment, such as drying-rewetting cycles during drought, can impact microbial metabolism of organic matter by altering their physiology and function. These...