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Introductory Editorial: Water Microbiology.

McNamara P, Krzmarzick M - Microbiol Insights (2016)

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Affiliation: Assistant Professor, Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI, USA.

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Microbiology Insights aims to provide researchers working in this complex, quickly developing field with online, open access to highly relevant scholarly articles by leading international researchers... The research in this supplement is focused on the microbiology of water systems where microbes either have an unwelcome presence (such as in municipal drinking water treatment systems) or conversely, have a welcome presence with an integral function (such as in municipal wastewater treatment systems)... Future research on the interaction between microbial communities and emerging contaminants will undoubtedly look towards improving the resiliency of wastewater treatment systems and perhaps using such systems to improve degradation of these contaminants... As population increases and more stress is put on microbial communities and water systems by anthropogenic pollutants, it will become increasingly important to understand the ever-changing dynamic between pollutants, microbes, and water systems... He now works primarily in areas at the interface of micropollutants and wastewater treatment with an emphasis on antibiotic resistance... Dr McNamara is the author or co-author of 14 published papers and has presented at 14 conferences... Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Oklahoma State University... He completed his PhD at the University of Minnesota... He now works primarily in the areas of microbial molecular methodologies, emerging contaminants, and bioremediation of legacy pollutants... Dr Krzmarzick is the author or co-author of 7 published papers and has presented at 10 conferences.

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Introductory Editorial: Water Microbiology.

McNamara P, Krzmarzick M - Microbiol Insights (2016)

mark.krzmarzick@okstate.eduInstitutional webpagehttps://cive.okstate.edu/node/115
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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f2-mbi-suppl.2-2015-033: mark.krzmarzick@okstate.eduInstitutional webpagehttps://cive.okstate.edu/node/115

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Assistant Professor, Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI, USA.

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Microbiology Insights aims to provide researchers working in this complex, quickly developing field with online, open access to highly relevant scholarly articles by leading international researchers... The research in this supplement is focused on the microbiology of water systems where microbes either have an unwelcome presence (such as in municipal drinking water treatment systems) or conversely, have a welcome presence with an integral function (such as in municipal wastewater treatment systems)... Future research on the interaction between microbial communities and emerging contaminants will undoubtedly look towards improving the resiliency of wastewater treatment systems and perhaps using such systems to improve degradation of these contaminants... As population increases and more stress is put on microbial communities and water systems by anthropogenic pollutants, it will become increasingly important to understand the ever-changing dynamic between pollutants, microbes, and water systems... He now works primarily in areas at the interface of micropollutants and wastewater treatment with an emphasis on antibiotic resistance... Dr McNamara is the author or co-author of 14 published papers and has presented at 14 conferences... Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Oklahoma State University... He completed his PhD at the University of Minnesota... He now works primarily in the areas of microbial molecular methodologies, emerging contaminants, and bioremediation of legacy pollutants... Dr Krzmarzick is the author or co-author of 7 published papers and has presented at 10 conferences.

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