Microbes in the clouds influence weather
Bacteria often leave their hosts feeling under the weather. And even when the hosts are high-altitude parcels of air, microbes can be a source of inclement conditions, a Montana research team finds. Cloudborne bacteria might even pose climate threats by boosting the production of a greenhouse gas, another team proposes.
The above picture shows P. syringae bacteria collected from rain and stained green.
This is definitely a part of what I’m wanting to do for my career. There is a lot more behind what I want to do but I’ll post something about that on a later date.