Bacterium could help control global warming

Harrigan, Kate
December 1998
Pollution Engineering;Dec98, Vol. 30 Issue 13, p15
Trade Publication
Reports on a bacterium which could play a role in reducing global warming according to scientists from the Michigan State University's Center for Microbial Biology. Reduction of methane gas from landfills; Isolation of the bacterium in Siberia.


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