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Novel raman microspectroscopy and stable isotope probing to investigate a gas station site contaminated by naphthalene

Huang, W.E. and Ferguson, Andrew and Singer, A.C. and Thompson, I.P. and Bailey, M.J. and Kalin, Robert and Larkin, M. and Whiteley, A.S. (2006) Novel raman microspectroscopy and stable isotope probing to investigate a gas station site contaminated by naphthalene. In: 106th General Meeting of the American-Society-for-Microbiology, 2006-05-21 - 2006-05-25.

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A meeting abstract on Novel raman microspectroscopy and stable isotope probing to investigate a gas station site contaminated by naphthalene. The major concepts being: Methods and Techniques; Pollution Assessment Control and Management; Molecular Genetics (Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics); Groundwater Ecology (Ecology, Environmental Sciences)