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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Dana Ofiteru
Professor William Sloan
Neutral mechanisms and niche differentiation in steady-state insular microbial communities revealed by single cell analysis2018
Dr Elizabeth Heidrich
Dr Jan Dolfing
Dr Matthew Wade
Professor William Sloan
Professor Thomas Curtis
et al.
Temperature, inocula and substrate: Contrasting electroactive consortia, diversity and performance in microbial fuel cells2018
Dr Mathew Brown
Dr Joana Baptista
Donna Swan
Sarah Smith
Professor Russell Davenport
et al.
Virus abundance dynamics and their biotic and abiotic interactions in a full scale activated sludge plant2016
Dr Mathew Brown
Dr Joana Baptista
Donna Swan
Sarah Smith
Professor Russell Davenport
et al.
Virus abundance dynamics in a full scale activated sludge plant2016
Dr Mathew Brown
Dr Joana Baptista
Donna Swan
Sarah Smith
Professor Russell Davenport
et al.
Virus abundance dynamics in activated sludge processes2015
Dr Paola Meynet
Professor Russell Davenport
Professor William Sloan
Professor David Werner
Predicting the effects of biochar on volatile petroleum hydrocarbon biodegradation and emanation from soil: A bacterial community finger-print analysis inferred modelling approach2014
Dr Joana Baptista
Professor Russell Davenport
Professor William Sloan
Professor Thomas Curtis
Microbial community assembly, theory and rare functions2013
Professor Thomas Curtis
Professor William Sloan
Modelling the effects of dispersal mechanisms and hydrodynamic regimes upon the structure of microbial communities within fluvial biofilms2013
Dr Dana Ofiteru
Professor Thomas Curtis
Professor William Sloan
Combined niche and neutral effects in a microbial wastewater treatment community2010
Dr Joana Baptista
Professor William Sloan
Professor Thomas Curtis
The taxa-area relationship is not a universal law of ecology2010
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