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PLOS ONE is excited to publish a Collection on the theme of Microbial Ecology of Changing Environments. From the response and contribution of microbes to climate change to the impacts on microbes of acute disturbance events, and from community interactions in naturally dynamic environments to the effects of global change on plant and wildlife disease epidemiology, our Collection will bring together research from across the diverse, interwoven strands of microbial ecology.
September 28, 2020Regina L. Wilpiszeski, Caitlin M. Gionfriddo, Ann M. Wymore, Ji-Won Moon, Kenneth A. Lowe, Mircea Podar, Sa’ad Rafie, Matthew W. Fields, Terry C. Hazen, Xiaoxuan Ge, Farris Poole, Michael W. W. Adams, Romy Chakraborty, Yupeng Fan, Joy D. Van Nostrand, Jizhong Zhou, Adam P. Arkin, Dwayne A. Elias