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Browsing publications by Professor Russell Davenport

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Amelie Ott
Dr Tim Martin
Professor Jason Snape
Professor Russell Davenport
Increased cell numbers improve marine biodegradation tests for persistence assessment2020
Amelie Ott
Dr Tim Martin
Dr Kishor Acharya
Professor Jason Snape
Professor Russell Davenport
et al.
Multi-laboratory Validation of a New Marine Biodegradation Screening Test for Chemical Persistence Assessment2020
Dr Kishor Acharya
Professor Russell Davenport
Professor David Werner
A comparative assessment of conventional and molecular methods, including MinION nanopore sequencing, for surveying water quality2019
Dr Mathew Brown
Catherine Hands
Tamara Coello Garcia
Badruddeen Sani
Amelie Ott
et al.
A flow cytometry method for bacterial quantification and biomass estimates in activated sludge2019
Dr Kishor Acharya
Professor David Werner
Dr Jan Dolfing
Dr Paola Meynet
Dr Wojciech Mrozik
et al.
A quantitative structure-biodegradation relationship (QSBR) approach to predict biodegradation rates of aromatic chemicals2019
Dr Mathew Brown
Dr Joana Baptista
Donna Swan
Sarah Smith
Professor Russell Davenport
et al.
Coupled Virus - Bacteria Interactions and Ecosystem Function in an Engineered Microbial System2019
Tamara Coello Garcia
Professor Thomas Curtis
Dr Wojciech Mrozik
Professor Russell Davenport
Enhanced estrogen removal in activated sludge processes through the optimization of the hydraulic flow pattern2019
Onotasamideerhi Igun
Dr Paola Meynet
Professor Russell Davenport
Professor David Werner
Impacts of activated carbon amendments, added from the start or after five months, on the microbiology and outcomes of crude oil bioremediation in soil2019
Amelie Ott
Dr Tim Martin
Professor Jason Snape
Professor Russell Davenport
Improving the biodegradability in seawater test (OECD 306)2019
Dr Lucy Eland
Professor Russell Davenport
Molecular evaluation of microalgal communities in full-scale waste stabilisation ponds2019
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