Barry A. Cragg mostly deals with Ecology, Archaea, Microorganism, Biosphere and Biogeochemistry. His Ecology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Environmental chemistry and Sediment. His studies deal with areas such as Phylum and Oceanography as well as Archaea.
His work in Microorganism tackles topics such as Ecosystem which are related to areas like Earth science, Microbial population biology, Nitrate and Nutrient. His study looks at the intersection of Biosphere and topics like Sedimentary rock with Pelagic zone, Seafloor spreading and Biodiversity. His Biogeochemistry research includes themes of Paleontology, Unconformity and Bacterial activity.
Barry A. Cragg focuses on Ecology, Methanogenesis, Sediment, Environmental chemistry and Archaea. His Ecology study combines topics in areas such as Microorganism and Microbial population biology. His Methanogenesis research integrates issues from Organic matter, Methanogen, Biogeochemistry and Mud volcano.
The concepts of his Sediment study are interwoven with issues in Deep sea, Carbon dioxide and Methane. His research integrates issues of Seawater and Anaerobic oxidation of methane in his study of Environmental chemistry. Barry A. Cragg combines subjects such as Temperature gradient gel electrophoresis, Oceanography and Cold seep with his study of Archaea.
His primary areas of investigation include Ecology, Environmental chemistry, Archaea, Anaerobic oxidation of methane and Methane. In most of his Ecology studies, his work intersects topics such as Microbial population biology. His study focuses on the intersection of Microbial population biology and fields such as Seafloor spreading with connections in the field of Biosphere.
Barry A. Cragg interconnects Cold seep, Planctomycetes, Methanogen, Methanogenesis and Benthic zone in the investigation of issues within Archaea. His Anaerobic oxidation of methane study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sulfate-reducing bacteria, Sediment, Salinity and Microbial metabolism. His study in Biogeochemical cycle is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Euryarchaeota, Organic matter, Acetogenesis and Biogeochemistry.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Cold seep, Benthic zone, Archaea, Ecology and Community structure. His work deals with themes such as Environmental chemistry, Sulfate-reducing bacteria, Seawater and Anaerobic oxidation of methane, which intersect with Cold seep. His Benthic zone research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Diatom and Phylum, Thaumarchaeota.
Many of his studies on Archaea apply to Planctomycetes as well. His Community structure research incorporates themes from Total organic carbon and Microbial population biology.
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Distributions of microbial activities in deep subseafloor sediments.
Steven D'Hondt;Bo Barker Jørgensen;D. Jay Miller;Anja Batzke.
DEEP BACTERIAL BIOSPHERE IN PACIFIC-OCEAN SEDIMENTS
Ronald John Parkes;Barry Andrew Cragg;S. J. Bale;J. M. Getlifff.
Recent studies on bacterial populations and processes in subseafloor sediments: A review
R. John Parkes;Barry A. Cragg;Peter Wellsbury.
Hydrogeology Journal (2000)
Prokaryotic cells of the deep sub-seafloor biosphere identified as living bacteria
A. Schippers;L. N. Neretin;J. Kallmeyer;T. G. Ferdelman.
Deep sub-seafloor prokaryotes stimulated at interfaces over geological time
Ronald John Parkes;Gordon Webster;Barry Andrew Cragg;Andrew John Weightman.
Widespread bacterial populations at glacier beds and their relationship to rock weathering and carbon cycling
Martin Sharp;John Parkes;Barry Cragg;Ian J. Fairchild.
Deep marine biosphere fuelled by increasing organic matter availability during burial and heating
Peter Wellsbury;Kim Goodman;Tanja Barth;Barry A. Cragg.
Diversity of prokaryotes and methanogenesis in deep subsurface sediments from the Nankai Trough, Ocean Drilling Program Leg 190
Carole J. Newberry;Gordon Webster;Barry A. Cragg;R. John Parkes.
Environmental Microbiology (2004)
Extending the Sub-Sea-Floor Biosphere
Erwan G. Roussel;Marie-Anne Cambon Bonavita;Joël Querellou;Barry A. Cragg.
Prokaryotic biodiversity and activity in the deep subseafloor biosphere.
John C. Fry;R. John Parkes;Barry A. Cragg;Andrew J. Weightman.
FEMS Microbiology Ecology (2008)
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