You don't need to geomicrobiology methods section because those methods are common to all the sections in the wiki, unless you can justify some very specific methods for geomicrobiology itself. Kate Scow
Also I don't know that the category "geomicrobiology habitats" will work well in your section unless you want to do some special environments like hot springs or volcanic soils. Kate Scow
I would suggest organizing the category process by the different elements: e.g. iron, manganese, mercury, selenium sulfur (you don't have to go too far with this, just focus on main ones)
You might want to maintain that type of organization then when you talk about specific organisms OR you can have the organisms as a subcategory under each element. Kate Scow
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Good start - did you look around to see if any microbes that are important to different geomicrobiology processes have pages already?
Irina C 21:42, 10 February 2008 (UTC)