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Iberian Pyrite Belt Subsurface Life (IPBSL), a drilling ...

2012-9-1  Iberian Pyrite Belt Subsurface Life (IPBSL) is a drilling project specifically designed to characterize the subsurface ecosystems operating in the Iberian Pyrite Belt (IPB), in the area of Peña de Hierro, and responsible of the extreme acidic conditions existing in the Rio Tinto basin [1]. Rio Tinto is considered a good geochemical terrestrial analogue of Mars [2, 3].

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Iberian Pyrite Belt Subsurface Life (IPBSL), a Drilling ...

To test this hypothesis, a drilling project (IPBSL) to intersect ground waters interacting with the mineral ore is under way, to provide evidence of subsurface microbial activities. A dedicated geophysical characterization of the area selected two drilling sites due to the

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Iberian pyrite belt subsurface life (IPBSL), a drilling ...

T1 - Iberian pyrite belt subsurface life (IPBSL), a drilling project of biohydrometallurgical interest. AU - Amils, Ricardo. AU - Fernández-Remolar, David. AU - Parro, Victor. AU - Rodríguez-Manfredi, José Antonio. AU - Timmis, Ken. AU - Oggerin, Mónica. AU - Sánchez-Román, Mónica. AU - López, Francisco J. AU - Fernández-Rodríguez ...

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IPBSL Iberian Pyritic Belt Subsurface Life Detection

2011-7-11  detection of life and estimation of the microbial diversity at the drilling site providing an instant picture of the subsurface habitat; and real time monitoring, inside the borehole, of physicochemical parameters and biological activity (e.g. pH, Eh, ionic composition, dissolved gases, etc) generating essential information to recognize matter ...

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Iberian Pyrite Belt Subsurface Life (IPBSL): searching

2013-9-1  The geomicrobiologica l characterization of Río Tinto (Iberian Pyrite Belt), has proven the importance of the iron and sulfur cycles in generating the extreme conditions of acidity and high concentration of heavy metals of the habitat. It has been hypothesized that the extreme conditions found in the Tinto basin are the product of the subsurface chemolithotrophic metabolism of microorganisms ...

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life in the Rio Tinto subsurface Iberian Pyrite Belt ...

Iberian Pyrite Belt (IPB) , one of the largest massive sulfide deposits on Earth. Rio Tinto is considered a good geochemical te rrestrial analogue of Mars as a consequence of its mineral associations that are formed under acidic conditions prevailing in Early Mars [2, 3]. The Iberian Pyrite Belt Subsurface Life

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Subsurface geomicrobiology of the Iberian Pyrite Belt

2013-2-13  2013-2-13  subsurface microbial activities and the potential resources to support them. The Iberian Pyrite Belt Subsurface Life (IPBSL) is a drilling project specifically designed to characterize the subsurface ecosystems operating in the IPB. A dedicated geophysical characterization of the area selected two drilling sites due to the possible existence of

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Publications IPBSL

Iberian Pyrite Belt Subsurface Life (IPBSL), a drilling project of biohydrometallurgical interest. Advanced Materials Research (2013) 825: 15-18. REVIEW ARTICLES and BOOK CHAPTERS. Amils, R. (2015) Technological challenges to understanding the microbial ecology of deep subsurface ecosystems Environmental Microbiology Reports 7(1): 9–10. DOI ...

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Iberian Pyrite Belt Subsurface Life (IPBSL), a Drilling ...

To test this hypothesis, a drilling project (IPBSL) to intersect ground waters interacting with the mineral ore is under way, to provide evidence of subsurface microbial activities. A dedicated geophysical characterization of the area selected two drilling sites due to the

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Publications IPBSL

Iberian Pyrite Belt Subsurface Life (IPBSL), a drilling project of biohydrometallurgical interest. Advanced Materials Research (2013) 825: 15-18. REVIEW ARTICLES and BOOK CHAPTERS. Amils, R. (2015) Technological challenges to understanding the microbial ecology of deep subsurface ecosystems Environmental Microbiology Reports 7(1): 9–10. DOI ...

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life in the Rio Tinto subsurface Iberian Pyrite Belt ...

Iberian Pyrite Belt (IPB) , one of the largest massive sulfide deposits on Earth. Rio Tinto is considered a good geochemical te rrestrial analogue of Mars as a consequence of its mineral associations that are formed under acidic conditions prevailing in Early Mars [2, 3]. The Iberian Pyrite Belt Subsurface Life

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Microbial ecology of the Iberian pyrite belt deep

Figure 6.1. Transmission electron microscopy image of strain IPBSL-7T cells. Bar: 1 m. - "Microbial ecology of the Iberian pyrite belt deep subsurface"

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CHEMOLITHOTROPHY, A FUNDAMENTAL METABOLISM

2015-3-3  Introduction: The Iberian Pyrite Belt Subsurface Life (IPBSL) is a drilling project desiogned to charac-terize the subsurface bioreactor responseble of the ex-treme conditions existing in the Río Tinto basin [1]. Río Tinto is considered a good geochemical terrestrial analogue of Mars [2,3]. A dedicated geophysical char-

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Subsurface methanogenic activity in the Iberian Pyrite EPSC

The IPBSL is a drilling project designed to investigate the subsurface geomicrobiology of the Iberian Pyrite Belt (Southwestern, Spain), a geological and mineralogical terrestrial analogue of Mars. Fluorescence in situ hybridization (CARD - FISH) has be en used to detect the presence of

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Río tinto: a geochemical and mineralogical terrestrial ...

Two drilling projects, MARTE (Mars Astrobiology Research and Technology Experiment) (2003-2006) and IPBSL (Iberian Pyrite Belt Subsurface Life Detection) (2011-2015), were developed and carried out to provide evidence of subsurface microbial activity and the potential resources that support these activities.

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Biological production of H2, CH4 and CO2 in the deep ...

Two drilling projects, Mars Astrobiology Research and Technology Experiment (MARTE project, 2003–2006) and Iberian Pyrite Belt Subsurface Life Detection (IPBSL project 2011–2015) revealed a subsurface ecosystem with active iron and sulfur cycles (Amils et al., 2014; Puente-Sanchez et al., 2014, 2018) in which variable concentrations of H 2 ...

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Active microbial biofilms in deep poor porous

2018-1-24  In this work, samples from a devoted geomicrobiological drilling project (Iberian Pyrite Belt Subsurface Life detection, IPBSL), obtained in sterile and anaerobic conditions from cores at ...

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Study of methanogenic enrichment cultures of rock

2018-4-1  A second drilling campaign (2011–2012) was done in the framework of the Iberian Pyrite Belt Subsurface Life project (IPBSL) which had as its main goal to further characterize the microbial diversity existing in the deep subsurface of the IPB and elucidate the interactions between microbial activities and the local geology.

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Iberian Pyrite Belt Subsurface Life (IPBSL), a Drilling ...

Iberian Pyrite Belt Subsurface Life (IPBSL), a Drilling Project of Biohydrometallurgical Interest p.15 Microbiological Communities in Two Acidic Mine Pit Lakes in the Iberian Pyrite Belt (IPB), Spain

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Iberian Pyrite Belt Subsurface Life (IPBSL), a Drilling ...

To test this hypothesis, a drilling project (IPBSL) to intersect ground waters interacting with the mineral ore is under way, to provide evidence of subsurface microbial activities. A dedicated geophysical characterization of the area selected two drilling sites due to the

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Iberian Pyrite Belt Subsurface Life (IPBSL), a drilling ...

Iberian Pyrite Belt Subsurface Life (IPBSL) is a drilling project specifically designed to characterize the subsurface ecosystems operating in the Iberian Pyrite Belt (IPB), in the area of Peña de Hierro, and responsible of the extreme acidic conditions existing in the Rio Tinto basin [1]. Rio Tinto is considered a good geochemical terrestrial analogue of Mars [2, 3].

Read More
IPBSL Iberian Pyritic Belt Subsurface Life Detection

2011-7-11  detection of life and estimation of the microbial diversity at the drilling site providing an instant picture of the subsurface habitat; and real time monitoring, inside the borehole, of physicochemical parameters and biological activity (e.g. pH, Eh, ionic composition, dissolved gases, etc) generating essential information to recognize matter ...

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Iberian pyrite belt subsurface life (IPBSL), a drilling ...

T1 - Iberian pyrite belt subsurface life (IPBSL), a drilling project of biohydrometallurgical interest. AU - Amils, Ricardo. AU - Fernández-Remolar, David. AU - Parro, Victor. AU - Rodríguez-Manfredi, José Antonio. AU - Timmis, Ken. AU - Oggerin, Mónica. AU - Sánchez-Román, Mónica. AU - López, Francisco J. AU - Fernández-Rodríguez ...

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Iberian Pyrite Belt Subsurface Life (IPBSL): searching

The geomicrobiologica l characterization of Río Tinto (Iberian Pyrite Belt), has proven the importance of the iron and sulfur cycles in generating the extreme conditions of acidity and high concentration of heavy metals of the habitat. It has been hypothesized that the extreme conditions found in the Tinto basin are the product of the subsurface chemolithotrophic metabolism of microorganisms ...

Read More
life in the Rio Tinto subsurface Iberian Pyrite Belt ...

Iberian Pyrite Belt (IPB) , one of the largest massive sulfide deposits on Earth. Rio Tinto is considered a good geochemical te rrestrial analogue of Mars as a consequence of its mineral associations that are formed under acidic conditions prevailing in Early Mars [2, 3]. The Iberian Pyrite Belt Subsurface Life

Read More
Subsurface geomicrobiology of the Iberian Pyrite Belt

2013-2-13  2013-2-13  subsurface microbial activities and the potential resources to support them. The Iberian Pyrite Belt Subsurface Life (IPBSL) is a drilling project specifically designed to characterize the subsurface ecosystems operating in the IPB. A dedicated geophysical characterization of the area selected two drilling sites due to the possible existence of

Read More
Publications IPBSL

Iberian Pyrite Belt Subsurface Life (IPBSL), a drilling project of biohydrometallurgical interest. Advanced Materials Research (2013) 825: 15-18. REVIEW ARTICLES and BOOK CHAPTERS. Amils, R. (2015) Technological challenges to understanding the microbial ecology of deep subsurface ecosystems Environmental Microbiology Reports 7(1): 9–10. DOI ...

Read More
Río tinto: a geochemical and mineralogical terrestrial ...

Two drilling projects, MARTE (Mars Astrobiology Research and Technology Experiment) (2003-2006) and IPBSL (Iberian Pyrite Belt Subsurface Life Detection) (2011-2015), were developed and carried out to provide evidence of subsurface microbial activity and the potential resources that support these activities.

Read More