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"In situ" characterization of microorganisms indegenous to water-tabe aquifers.
Characterization of Subsurface Bacteria Associated with Two Shallow Aquifers in Oklahoma.
Determination of Microbial Cell Numbers in Subsurface Samples.
Distribution and Activity of Microorganisms in Subsurface Sediments of a Pristine Study Site in Oklahoma (Journal Version).
Distribution of Protozoa in Subsurface Sediments of a Pristine Groundwater Study Site in Oklahoma (Journal Version).
Enumeration and Characterization of Bacteria Indigenous to a Shallow Water-Table Aquifer.
Enumeration and Morphological Characterization of Bacteria Indigenous to Subsurface Environments.
Microbial Ecology of the Terrestrial Subsurface.
Microbiology of a coal-tar disposal site a preliminary assessment /
Predicting Biotransformations in the Subsurface: Relationship between the ATP (Adenosine triphosphate) Content of Subsurface Material and the Capacity of Subsurface Organisms to Degrade Toluene.
Proceedings: Conference on Progress in Chemical Disinfection (3rd) (CD-III) Held at Binghamton, New York on April 3-5, 1986.
Relationship Between the ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate) Content of Subsurface Material and the Rate of Biodegradation of Alkylbenzenes and Chlorobenzene.
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