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16S sequencing of hydrocarbon contaminated soil.
Spatio-temporal feedbacks between soil contamination and biotic responses - - Published 15 Oct 2019
16S Eubacteria - 012915GP27F.sff.zip
18S Eukaryote - 012915GPeuk7F.sff.zip
16S archea - 012915GP344F.sff.zip
KISR - Natural attenuation mea - - Published 11 Sep 2019
Sequence data and key genotype data for analysis of global populations of the moth Helicoverpa, as well as hybrids with H. zea. Also includes sequence data for other species of Heliothine moth.
OCE Post Biosec risks invasive resistanc - - Published 05 Mar 2018
454 16S and 18S amplicon data associated with the manuscript "Comparison of biofilm ecology supporting growth of individual Naegleria species in a drinking water distribution system."
1006.12 74718 Biofilm, Naegleria and amo - Aquatic Ecology Ecogenomics - Published 30 Jan 2017
The research in this component focused on investigating recharge into Spearwood Sand, using an infiltration gallery designed to infiltrate at a high rate, secondary treated wastewater with only additi... moreonal filtration to reduce total suspended solid levels; assessing changes in the quality of receiving groundwater from passage of the treated wastewater through the unsaturated zone of the Spearwood Sand and the underlying Tamala Limestone aquifer; and quantifying changes in the water retention characteristics of soil impacted by wastewater and the consequences for vertical migration of wastewater through the soil profile - raw data available includes: water quality, water levels, soil moisture, flow ratesless
AWRCE Impediments to MARRO - MARRO Project - Published 03 Nov 2015
The research in this component focused on wastewater infiltration at a soil aquifer treatment (SAT) site with variable soil characteristics in five recharge basins overlying an alluvial aquifer; chara... morecterising key factors that affect clogging rates (i.e. length of drying and wetting cycles in the recharge basins, the quality of recharge water, vegetation and algal growth in the basins); comparing the hydraulic performance of the recharge basins using wastewater derived from different treatments; and determining changes in the quality of receiving groundwater from recharge operations at the SAT site. Raw data available included: soil and water chemistry, soil moisture, groundwater and pond levels, pond volumesless