His scientific interests lie mostly in Ecology, Environmental chemistry, Hydrology, TRACER and Nitrate. His study in the field of Community composition is also linked to topics like Accretion. His study in Environmental chemistry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Microbial consortium, Methane, Coal, Seawater and Heterotroph.
His Methane study incorporates themes from Microcosm, Mineralogy and Bituminous coal. His Hyporheic zone, Sink and Groundwater study in the realm of Hydrology connects with subjects such as Flux. His Nitrate study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Human impact on the nitrogen cycle, Aquatic ecosystem, Ecosystem and Water quality.
His primary scientific interests are in Environmental chemistry, Ecology, Astrobiology, Sediment and Mars Exploration Program. Mary A. Voytek has researched Environmental chemistry in several fields, including Bioremediation, Bioaugmentation, Biodegradation, Microbial consortium and Coal. Mary A. Voytek has included themes like Mineralogy, Methane and Natural gas in his Coal study.
His Ecology study which covers Archaea that intersects with Extreme environment. His work carried out in the field of Astrobiology brings together such families of science as Space exploration and Habitability. His Drainage basin, Water quality and Groundwater study, which is part of a larger body of work in Hydrology, is frequently linked to TRACER and Geography, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Mary A. Voytek mainly investigates Astrobiology, Mars Exploration Program, Life detection, Ecology and Extraterrestrial life. His studies in Astrobiology integrate themes in fields like Exoplanetology, Exoplanet and Habitability. His work on Planetary protection and Martian as part of his general Mars Exploration Program study is frequently connected to Technology readiness and Rocknest, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
His studies deal with areas such as Sedimentary rock, Pyrolysis and Mineralogy as well as Martian. His Ecology study frequently involves adjacent topics like Xerophile. As a part of the same scientific family, Mary A. Voytek mostly works in the field of Extraterrestrial life, focusing on Biosphere and, on occasion, Archaea, Earth, Extraterrestrial Environment, Extreme environment and Data science.
Mary A. Voytek spends much of his time researching Circumstellar habitable zone, Astrobiology, Habitability, Space weather and Heliophysics. His Circumstellar habitable zone research integrates issues from Exoplanetology, Space exploration and Extraterrestrial life. His Extraterrestrial life research incorporates themes from Water activity and Ecology.
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METHODS FOR MEASURING DENITRIFICATION: DIVERSE APPROACHES TO A DIFFICULT PROBLEM
Peter M. Groffman;Mark A. Altabet;John K. Bohlke;Klaus Butterbach-Bahl.
Ecological Applications (2006)
ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS ON DENITRIFYING COMMUNITIES AND DENITRIFICATION RATES: INSIGHTS FROM MOLECULAR METHODS
Matthew D. Wallenstein;David D. Myrold;Mary Firestone;Mary Voytek.
Ecological Applications (2006)
Geomicrobiology of Subglacial Ice Above Lake Vostok, Antarctica
John C. Priscu;Edward E. Adams;W. Berry Lyons;Mary A. Voytek.
Volatile and organic compositions of sedimentary rocks in Yellowknife Bay, Gale crater, Mars.
Douglas W. Ming;P. D. Archer;D. P. Glavin;J. L. Eigenbrode.
Stimulation of methane generation from nonproductive coal by addition of nutrients or a microbial consortium.
Elizabeth J. P. Jones;Mary A. Voytek;Margo D. Corum;William H. Orem.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2010)
Hyporheic zone denitrification: Controls on effective reaction depth and contribution to whole-stream mass balance
Judson W. Harvey;John Karl Böhlke;Mary A. Voytek;Durelle Scott.
Water Resources Research (2013)
A ubiquitous thermoacidophilic archaeon from deep-sea hydrothermal vents
Anna-Louise Reysenbach;Yitai Liu;Amy B. Banta;Terry J. Beveridge.
Is there a common water-activity limit for the three domains of life?
Andrew Stevenson;Jonathan A. Cray;Jim P. Williams;Ricardo Santos.
The ISME Journal (2015)
Detection of ammonium-oxidizing bacteria of the beta-subclass of the class Proteobacteria in aquatic samples with the PCR.
M A Voytek;B B Ward.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (1995)
Microbial community structure of hydrothermal deposits from geochemically different vent fields along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge
Gilberto E. Flores;James H. Campbell;Julie D. Kirshtein;Jennifer Meneghin.
Environmental Microbiology (2011)
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