Phylogenetic diversity analysis of subterranean hot springs in Iceland.

@article{Marteinsson2001PhylogeneticDA,
  title={Phylogenetic diversity analysis of subterranean hot springs in Iceland.},
  author={Viggo Th. Marteinsson and S Hauksd{\'o}ttir and C{\'e}dric F. V. Hobel and Hrefna Kristmannsd{\'o}ttir and Gudmundur O Hreggvidsson and Jakob Kr Kristjansson},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  year={2001},
  volume={67 9},
  pages={4242-8}
}
Geothermal energy has been harnessed and used for domestic heating in Iceland. In wells that are typically drilled to a depth of 1,500 to 2,000 m, the temperature of the source water is 50 to 130 degrees C. The bottoms of the boreholes can therefore be regarded as subterranean hot springs and provide a unique opportunity to study the subterranean biosphere. Large volumes of geothermal fluid from five wells and a mixture of geothermal water from 50 geothermal wells (hot tap water) were sampled… CONTINUE READING
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