Lotta Purkamo
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Microbial co-occurrence patterns in deep Precambrian bedrock fracture fluids
L Purkamo, M Bomberg, R Kietäväinen, H Salavirta, M Nyyssönen, ...
Biogeosciences 13 (10), 3091-3108, 2016
The origin, source, and cycling of methane in deep crystalline rock biosphere
R Kietäväinen, L Purkamo
Frontiers in microbiology 6, 725, 2015
Heterotrophic communities supplied by ancient organic carbon predominate in deep Fennoscandian bedrock fluids
L Purkamo, M Bomberg, M Nyyssönen, I Kukkonen, L Ahonen, M Itävaara
Microbial ecology 69, 319-332, 2015
Dissecting the deep biosphere: retrieving authentic microbial communities from packer-isolated deep crystalline bedrock fracture zones
L Purkamo, M Bomberg, M Nyyssönen, I Kukkonen, L Ahonen, ...
FEMS microbiology ecology 85 (2), 324-337, 2013
Ultradeep microbial communities at 4.4 km within crystalline bedrock: implications for habitability in a planetary context
L Purkamo, R Kietäväinen, M Nuppunen-Puputti, M Bomberg, C Cousins
Life 10 (1), 2, 2020
Response of deep subsurface microbial community to different carbon sources and electron acceptors during∼ 2 months incubation in microcosms
L Purkamo, M Bomberg, M Nyyssönen, L Ahonen, I Kukkonen, M Itävaara
Frontiers in Microbiology 8, 232, 2017
Diversity and functionality of archaeal, bacterial and fungal communities in deep Archaean bedrock groundwater
L Purkamo, R Kietäväinen, H Miettinen, E Sohlberg, I Kukkonen, ...
FEMS microbiology ecology 94 (8), fiy116, 2018
Rare biosphere archaea assimilate acetate in Precambrian terrestrial subsurface at 2.2 km depth
M Nuppunen-Puputti, L Purkamo, R Kietäväinen, M Nyyssönen, ...
Geosciences 8 (11), 418, 2018
A global perspective on bacterial diversity in the terrestrial deep subsurface
A Soares, A Edwards, D An, A Bagnoud, J Bradley, E Barnhart, ...
Microbiology 169 (1), 2023
CO2 and carbonate as substrate for the activation of the microbial community in 180 m deep bedrock fracture fluid of Outokumpu Deep Drill Hole, Finland
M Bomberg, M Raulio, S Jylhä, CW Mueller, C Höschen, P Rajala, ...
AIMS microbiology 3 (4), 846, 2017
Rock surface fungi in deep continental biosphere—exploration of microbial community formation with subsurface in situ biofilm trap
M Nuppunen-Puputti, R Kietäväinen, L Purkamo, P Rajala, M Itävaara, ...
Microorganisms 9 (1), 64, 2020
Impact of submarine groundwater discharge on biogeochemistry and microbial communities in pockmarks
L Purkamo, CME von Ahn, T Jilbert, M Muniruzzaman, HW Bange, ...
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 334, 14-44, 2022
Epilithic microbial community functionality in deep oligotrophic continental bedrock
M Nuppunen-Puputti, R Kietäväinen, M Raulio, A Soro, L Purkamo, ...
Frontiers in Microbiology 13, 826048, 2022
ICDP workshop on the Lake Tanganyika Scientific Drilling Project: a late Miocene–present record of climate, rifting, and ecosystem evolution from the world's oldest tropical lake
JM Russell, P Barker, A Cohen, S Ivory, I Kimirei, C Lane, M Leng, ...
Scientific Drilling 27, 53-60, 2020
Volcanic controls on the microbial habitability of Mars‐analogue hydrothermal environments
A Moreras‐Marti, M Fox‐Powell, AL Zerkle, E Stueeken, F Gazquez, ...
Geobiology 19 (5), 489-509, 2021
Microbial metabolic potential in deep crystalline bedrock
M Bomberg, H Miettinen, R Kietäväinen, L Purkamo, L Ahonen, M Vikman
The microbiology of nuclear waste disposal, 41-70, 2021
Microbial ecology and functionality in deep Fennoscandian crystalline bedrock biosphere
L Purkamo
VTT Science, 2015
Following the flow—Microbial ecology in surface‐and groundwaters in the glacial forefield of a rapidly retreating glacier in Iceland
L Purkamo, B Ó Dochartaigh, A MacDonald, C Cousins
Environmental Microbiology 24 (12), 5840-5858, 2022
Thriving microbial life in ancient groundwater deep inside earth’s crust
L Purkamo
Front. Young Minds 5 (65), 10.3389, 2017
Diversity of bacteria and archaea in petroleum hydrocarbon contaminated subsurface samples from Southern Finland
L Purkamo, J Salminen, K Jorgensen
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