Biogeochemical Omics

Environmental Omics are becoming the most powerful approaches to discover and study whole novel ecological functions and to link organismal capabilities, organism–environment interactions, functional diversity, ecosystem processes, evolution and Earth history. The OMICS technologies: high throughput studies of changes of genes (Genomics), RNAs (Transcriptomics), proteins (Proteomics), metabolites (Metabolomics), and their associated functions in cells or organisms can be applied to the identify biomarkers, pathways, mechanisms of various environmental processes as well as in alanyzing environmental pollutants/Toxicants. This developing field of research holds significant potential for providing new insights in understanding of the biogeochemical processes.

Systems Biology to Advance Understanding of Carbon Cycling and Other Biogeochemical Processes

Microbial Genomes That Drive Earth’s Biogeochemical Cycles

Paul Falkowski, Benjamin I. Jelen, 2014

Genomic insight into Aquimarina longa SW024 T : its ultra-oligotrophic adapting mechanisms and biogeochemical functions

Tingting Xu, Min Yu, Heyu Lin, Zenghu Zhang, Jiwen Liu and Xiao-Hua Zhang, 2015

Meeting report: Ocean ‘omics science, technology and cyberinfrastructure: current challenges and future requirements (August 20-23, 2013)

Jack A Gilbert, Gregory J. Dick, Bethany Jenkins, John Heidelberg, Eric Allen, Katherine R. M. Mackey, and Edward F. DeLong

Applying “-omics” Data in Marine Microbial Oceanography

Gene-centric approach to integrating environmental genomics and biogeochemical models

Daniel C. Reed, Christopher K. Algar, Julie A. Huber, and Gregory J. Dick

From Genomes to Biomes: Understanding Biogeochemical Processes via Environmental Genomics

Ed Delong

Biogeochemical gradients and genomics of denitrifying microbial communities in Siders Pond, a meromictic salt-stratified system

Michelle Pombrol

Biogeochemical typing of paddy field by a data-driven approach revealing sub-systems within a complex environment--a pipeline to filtrate, organize and frame massive dataset from multi-omics analyses.

Ogawa DM, Moriya S, Tsuboi Y, Date Y, Prieto-da-Silva ÁR, Rádis-Baptista G, Yamane T, Kikuchi J

Draft genome of Marinomonas sp. BSi20584 from Arctic sea ice

Li Liao, Xi Sun, Yong Yu, Bo Chen

Environmental Microbiology: From Genomes to Biogeochemistry

Eugene L. Madsen

Metaproteomics reveals the major microbial players and their biogeochemical functions in a productive coastal system in the northern South China Sea.

Dong HP, Hong YG, Lu S, Xie LY

The Molecular Biology of Biogeochemistry: Using molecular methods to link ocean chemistry with biological activity.

Who is who in litter decomposition? Metaproteomics reveals major microbial players and their biogeochemical functions

Thomas Schneider, Katharina M Keiblinger, Emanuel Schmid, Katja Sterflinger-Gleixner, Günther Ellersdorfer, Bernd Roschitzki, Andreas Richter, Leo Eberl, Sophie Zechmeister-Boltenstern and Kathrin Riedel.

Sulfur oxidizers dominate carbon fixation at a biogeochemical hot spot in the dark ocean

Timothy E Mattes, Brook L Nunn, Katharine T Marshall, Giora Proskurowski, Deborah S Kelley, Orest E Kawka, David R Goodlett, Dennis A Hansell and Robert M Morris

Environmental Metabolomics: An integrated Bio -Geo analysis

Schmitt-Kopplin, Ph., Hertkorn, N., Harir, M., Kanawati, B., Gebefugi, I., Lucio, M. et al.