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Molecular Detection of Anaerobic Bacteria as Indicator Species for Fecal Pollution in Water
Grant Number R827639
RFA: Ecological Indicators (1999)
Book Chapter (2)
Conference Proceedings (4)
Journal Article (8)
Meeting (1)
Presentation (22)
Proceedings (1)
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Book Chapter Field KG. Faecal source identification. In: Cotruvo JA, Dufour A, Rees G, Bartram J, Carr R, Cliver DO, Craun GF, Fayer R, Gannon VPJ, eds. Waterborne Zoonoses: Identification, Causes and Control. London, UK: IWA Publishing on behalf of WHO, 2004, Chapter 22, pp. 349-366. R827639 (Final)
Book Chapter Till D, Field K, Dufour A. Managing risk of waterborne zoonotic disease through water quality surveillance. In: Cotruvo JA, Dufour A, Rees G, Bartram J, Carr R, Cliver DO, Craun GF, Fayer R, Gannon VPJ, eds. Waterborne Zoonoses: Identification, Causes and Control. London, UK:IWA Publishing on behalf of WHO, 2004, Chapter 21, pp. 338-348. R827639 (Final)
Conference Proceedings Field KG, Bernhard AE, Brodeur TJ. Molecular approaches to microbiological monitoring: fecal source detection. In: Coastal Monitoring Through Partnerships: Proceedings of the Fifth Symposium on the Environmental Monitoring and Assessment Program (EMAP), Pensacola Beach, FL, April 24-27, 2001, pp. 313-326. R827639 (2001)
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Conference Proceedings Field KG, Bernhard AE. Molecular detection of fecal Bacteroides as source indicators of fecal pollution in water. In: Water Quality Monitoring and Modeling: Proceedings, American Water Resources Association Annual Spring Specialty Conference, Water Quality Monitoring and Modeling, San Antonio, TX, April 30-May 2, 2001, pp. 175-186. R827639 (2001)
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Conference Proceedings Field KG, Brodeur TJ, Dick LK, Simonich M, Jones Jr. TE, Bracken C, Bernhard AE. Who's responsible: fecal source tracking with Bacteroides. In: Proceedings of the Research and Extension Water Quality Conference, Vancouver, WA, February 20-21, 2002, pp. 1-3. R827639 (2002)
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Conference Proceedings Field KG. Fecal source tracking with Bacteroides. In: Proceedings of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Workshop on Microbial Source Tracking, Microbiological Source Tracking Workshop: Workgroup Findings and Recommendations, Irvine, CA, February 5-7, 2002, pp. 31-36. R827639 (2002)
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Journal Article Bernhard AE, Field KG. A PCR assay to discriminate human and ruminant feces based on host differences in Bacteroides-Prevotella genes encoding16S rRNA. Applied Environmental Microbiology 2000;66(10):4571-4574. R827639 (2000)
Journal Article Bernhard AE, Field KG. Identification of nonpoint sources of fecal pollution in coastal waters by using host-specific 16S ribosomal DNA genetic markers from fecal anaerobes. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 2000;66(4):1587-1594. R827639 (2000)
Journal Article Bernhard AE, Goyard T, Simonich MT, Field KG. Application of a rapid method for identifying fecal pollution sources in a multi-use estuary. Water Research 2003;37(4):909-913. CR830396 (Final)
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Journal Article Bernhard AE, Colbert D, McManus J, Field KG. Microbial community dynamics based on 16S rRNA gene profiles in a Pacific Northwest estuary and its tributaries. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 2005;52(1):115-128. R827639 (2002)
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Journal Article Dick LK, Field KG. Rapid estimation of numbers of fecal Bacteroidetes by use of a quantitative PCR assay for 16S rRNA genes. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 2004;70(9):5695-5697. R827639 (Final)
Journal Article Dick LK, Bernhard AE, Brodeur TJ, Santo Domingo JW, Simpson JM, Walters SP, Field KG. Host distributions of uncultivated fecal Bacteroidales bacteria reveal genetic markers for fecal source identification. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 2005;71(6):3184-3191. R827639 (Final)
Journal Article Dick LK, Simonich MT, Field KG. Microplate subtractive hybridization to enrich for Bacteroidales genetic markers for fecal source identification. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 2005;71(6):3179-3183. R827639 (Final)
Journal Article Field KG, Chern EC, Dick LK, Fuhrman J, Griffith J, Holden PA, LaMontagne MG, Le J, Olson B, Simonich MT. A comparative study of culture-independent, library-independent genotypic methods of fecal source tracking. Journal of Water and Health 2003;1(4):181-194. R827639 (Final)
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Meeting Field KG. Who's responsible? Molecular detection of the sources of fecal pollution. Seminar, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, 1999. R827639 (2000)
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Presentation Bernhard AE, Goyard T, Field KG. Source identification of fecal pollution in coastal waters using Bacteroides/Prevotella host-specific genetic markers. Presented at the American Society for Microbiology General Meeting, Los Angeles, CA, 2000. R827639 (2000)
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Presentation Dick LK, Simonich MT, Field KG. Microplate subtractive hybridization to identify host species-specific PCR primers for fecal source tracking. Presented at the American Society for Microbiology 103rd General Meeting, Washington, DC, May 18-22, 2003. R827639 (Final)
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Presentation Field KG, Bernhard AE, Brodeur TJ. Molecular approaches to microbiological monitoring. Presented at Coastal Monitoring through Partnerships: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Fifth Symposium on the Environmental Monitoring and Assessment Program (EMAP), Pensacola Beach, FL, April 24-27, 2001. R827639 (2001)
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Presentation Field KG. Molecular detection of anaerobic bacteria as source indicators for fecal pollution in water. Presented at the American Water Resources Association Annual Spring Specialty Conference, San Antonio, TX, April 30-May 2, 2001. R827639 (2001)
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Presentation Field KG, Bernhard AE. Molecular detection of fecal Bacteroides as source indicators for fecal pollution in water. Presented at the Ninth International Symposium on Microbial Ecology, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, August 26-31, 2001. R827639 (2001)
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Presentation Field KG, Brodeur TJ. Molecular detection of fecal Bacteroides for fecal source tracking. Presented at the Interstate Shellfish Sanitation Conference, Norfolk, VA, July 21-27, 2001. R827639 (2001)
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Presentation Field KG. Molecular detection of fecal Bacteroides as source indicators for fecal pollution in water. Presented at the 16th Biennial International Estuarine Research Foundation Conference, St. Pete Beach, FL, November 4-8, 2001. R827639 (2001)
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Presentation Field KG. Molecular detection of fecal Bacteroides as source indicators for fecal pollution in water. Presented at the 5th International Conference on Shellfish Restoration (ICSR '01), Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada, September 18-21, 2001. R827639 (2001)
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Presentation Field KG. Fecal source tracking with Bacteroides molecular approaches to fecal source tracking in water. Presented at the Pacific Rim Shellfish Conference, Silverdale, WA, April 3-4, 2002. R827639 (Final)
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Presentation Field KG, Brodeur TJ, Dick LK, Jones Jr. TE, Bracken C. Who's responsible:fecal source tracking with Bacteroides. Presented at the Research and Extension Regional Water Quality Conference, Vancouver, WA, February 20-21, 2002. R827639 (2002)
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Presentation Field KG. Fecal source tracking with Bacteroides. Presented at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Workshop on Microbial Source Tracking, Irvine, CA, February 5-7, 2002. R827639 (2002)
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Presentation Field KG, Bernhard AE, Simonich MT, Dick LK. Molecular approaches to bacterial source tracking in water. Presented at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Science Forum, Washington, DC, May 1-2, 2002. R827639 (2002)
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Presentation Field KG. Molecular detection of fecal Bacteroides as source indicators for fecal pollution in water. Presented at the Division Q Symposium, American Society for Microbiology General Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, May 19-23, 2002. R827639 (2002)
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Presentation Field KG, Bernhard AE, Simonich MT, Dick LK. Molecular indicators of microbial water quality. Presented at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Workshop on Microbial Genomic Indicators, Kansas City, MO, May 9-10, 2002. R827639 (2002)
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Presentation Field KG. Detecting fecal pollution in Tillamook Bay. Presented at State of the Bay, Tillamook Bay National Estuary Project, Rockaway Beach, OR, September 19-20, 2002. R827639 (Final)
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Presentation Field KG. Molecular approaches to bacterial source tracking in water. Presented at the Oregon Graduate Institute School of Science and Engineering, Oregon Health and Science University, Beaverton, OR, 2002. R827639 (2002)
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Presentation Field KG. Rapid identification of fecal pollution in water and identification of its sources. Presented at the Interstate Shellfish Sanitation Conference, Portland, OR, August 2-8, 2003. R827639 (Final)
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Presentation Field KG, Simonich MT, Dick LK, Reynolds D. Detecting the source of fecal pollution in the Tillamook watershed with a new molecular method. Presented at the National Water Quality Coordinators Conference, Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Tucson, AZ, January 12-15, 2003. R827639 (Final)
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Presentation Field KG. Source tracking to identify animal sources of bacteria contaminating water/environment. Presented at the Food Safety Research Consortium, Food Attribution Data Workshop, Atlanta, GA, October 31, 2003. R827639 (Final)
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Presentation Field KG. Fecal source tracking: distinguishing human and animal fecal contamination. Presented at Emerging Pathogens: Zoonoses, World Health Organization/U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Conference, Annapolis, MD, September 2-4, 2003. R827639 (Final)
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Presentation Field KG. Molecular detection of anaerobic bacteria as indicator species for fecal pollution in water. Presented at the Ecosystems Indicators STAR Grants Progress Review Workshop, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Las Vegas, NV, May 8-10, 2000. R827639 (2000)
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Presentation Mintie A, Bernhard AE, Field KG. Phylogenetic diversity of Bacteroides/Prevotella 16S rRNA genes from cow and human feces. Presented at the American Society for Microbiology General Meeting, Los Angeles, CA, 2000. R827639 (2000)
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Proceedings Field KG. Molecular detection of anaerobic bacteria as indicator species for fecal pollution in water. In: Proceedings of the Ecosystems Indicators STAR Grants Progress Review Workshop, EPA/600/R-00/017, May 2000, p. 5. R827639 (2000)
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