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Natural microbial communities by Clare H. Robinson & Kenneth D. Bruce The characterisation of microbial communities in environmental samples by Nisha R. Parekh & Richard D. Bardgett The role of microorganisms during sediment diagenesis: implications for ra- dionuclide mobility by Kurt 0. Konhauser, Robert J.G. Mortimer, Katherine Morris & Vicky Dunn Biogeochemical cycles and remobilisation of the actinide elements by Katherine Morris & Robert Raiswell The effects of humic substances on radioactivity in the environment by Rose E. Keepax, Dominic M. Jones, Sarah E. Pepper & Nicholas D. Bryan Microbial interactions with metals/radionuclides: the basis of bioremedi- ation by Geoffrey M. Gadd Microbial redox interactions with uranium: an environmental perspective by Robert T. Anderson & Derek R. Lovley Diversity and activity of bacteria in uranium waste piles by Sonja Selenska- Pobell Microbial effects on waste repository materials by Julia M. West, Ian G. McKinley & Simcha Stroes-Gascoyne Microbial processes in the disposal of high level radioactive waste 500 m underground in Fennoscandian Shield rocks by Karsten Pedersen Biochemical basis of microbe-radionuclide interactions by Jon R. Lloyd & Lynne E. Macaskie Microbial interactions with radioactive wastes and potential applications by Lynne E. Macaskie & Jon R. Lloyd Microbial interactions with radionuclides - summary and future perspect- ives by Miranda J. Keith-Roach & Francis R. Livens