Manual of Environmental Microbiology
Christon J. Hurst, Guy R. Knudsen
ASM Press, 1997 - Microbial ecology - 894 pages
The new Manual of Environmental Microbiology will serve as a state of the art compendium of methods for the ever more important field of environmental microbiology. The book has major sections on general methods, water and public health microbiology, aquatic environments, subsurface and landfills, aerobiology, and biotransformation and biodegradation. An invaluable research tool!
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