The Search for Sustainable Subsurface Habitats on Mars, and the Sampling of Impact Ejecta

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On Earth, the deep subsurface biosphere of both the oceanic and the continental crust is well known for surviving harsh conditions and environments characterized by high temperatures, high pressures, extreme pHs, and the absence of sunlight. The microorganisms of the terrestrial deep biosphere have an excellent capacity for adapting to changing geochemistry… (More)

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@inproceedings{Ivarsson2010TheSF, title={The Search for Sustainable Subsurface Habitats on Mars, and the Sampling of Impact Ejecta}, author={Magnus Ivarsson and Paula G Lindgren}, year={2010} }