After you have “participated” in the Environmental Microbiology Conference and watch 3 of the talks, please complete the below discussion board

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After you have “participated” in the Environmental Microbiology Conference and watch 3 of the talks, please complete the below discussion board:

1- List of the talks you watch with a brief summary of the contents.

2- Pick one of the talks you watched and tell your classmates if you like it, or not and why.

3- Find a talk, video, documentary, not in this week’s program, you would like to add to the choices and why.

Please use the below three talks to complete the above discussion board:

Talk 1: Ken Timmis holds the Environmental Microbiology anniversary lecture 2018. Professor Ken Timmis, Chief Editor of Environmental Microbiology says a few words about the early days of EMI and explore ideas about how environmental microbiology may play out over the next 20 year:

Talk 2: Melissa Garren: A sea we’ve hardly seen
Melissa Garren is a molecular and marine biologist with a passion for unlocking the mysteries of our ocean’s ecosystems and finding new avenues for conservation. An average teaspoon of ocean water contains five million bacteria and fifty million viruses — and yet we are just starting to discover how these “invisible engineers” control our ocean’s chemistry. At TEDxMonterey, Melissa Garren sheds light on marine microbes that provide half the oxygen we breathe, maintain underwater ecosystems, and demonstrate surprising hunting skills. (Apologies for the small audio glitches in this video.):

Talk 3: Tony Gutierrez – Life without microbes? Unimaginable
Did you know you are more microbe than human? That everywhere you go, you leave behind an imprint of your microbiology and share your microbes with other people and animals alike? What would life be were microbes to be wiped off the face of the world? In this talk, Tony will explore the various ways microbes impact us and other life on the planet, why life is as it is today because of microbes, and what they had to do with the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.

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