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Classification and characterization of heterotrophic microbial communities on the basis of patterns of community-level sole-carbon-source utilization
JL Garland, AL Mills
Applied and environmental microbiology 57 (8), 2351-2359, 1991
Aqueous pyrite oxidation by dissolved oxygen and by ferric iron
CO Moses, DK Nordstrom, JS Herman, AL Mills
Geochimica et cosmochimica acta 51 (6), 1561-1571, 1987
Physical and chemical factors influencing transport of microorganisms through porous media
DE Fontes, AL Mills, GM Hornberger, JS Herman
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 57 (9), 2473-2481, 1991
Multi-scale variation in spatial heterogeneity for microbial community structure in an eastern Virginia agricultural field
RB Franklin, AL Mills
FEMS microbiology ecology 44 (3), 335-346, 2003
Enumeration of petroleum-degrading marine and estuarine microorganisms by the most probable number method
AL Mills, C Breuil, RR Colwell
Canadian Journal of Microbiology 24 (5), 552-557, 1978
Effect of solution ionic strength and iron coatings on mineral grains on the sorption of bacterial cells to quartz sand
AL Mills, JS Herman, GM Hornberger, TH DeJesús
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 60 (9), 3300-3306, 1994
Bacterial transport in porous media: Evaluation of a model using laboratory observations
GM Hornberger, AL Mills, JS Herman
Water Resources Research 28 (3), 915-923, 1992
Role of seagrasses and mangroves in estuarine food webs: temporal and spatial changes in stable isotope composition and amino acid content during decomposition
JC Zieman, SA Macko, AL Mills
Bulletin of Marine Science 35 (3), 380-392, 1984
The influence of mineralogy and solution chemistry on the attachment of bacteria to representative aquifer materials
MA Scholl, AL Mills, JS Herman, GM Hornberger
Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 6 (4), 321-336, 1990
Sulfate reduction in freshwater sediments receiving acid mine drainage
AT Herlihy, AL Mills
Applied and environmental microbiology 49 (1), 179-186, 1985
Biogeochemical conditions favoring magnetite formation during anaerobic iron reduction
PE Bell, AL Mills, JS Herman
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 53 (11), 2610-2616, 1987
Nitrate reduction in streambed sediments: Effects of flow and biogeochemical kinetics
C Gu, GM Hornberger, AL Mills, JS Herman, SA Flewelling
Water Resources Research 43 (12), 2007
Spatial distribution of deposited bacteria following miscible displacement experiments in intact cores
CH Bolster, AL Mills, GM Hornberger, JS Herman
Water Resources Research 35 (6), 1797-1807, 1999
Effect of bacterial cell shape on transport of bacteria in porous media
TH Weiss, AL Mills, GM Hornberger, JS Herman
Environmental science & technology 29 (7), 1737-1740, 1995
Effect of surface coatings, grain size, and ionic strength on the maximum attainable coverage of bacteria on sand surfaces
CH Bolster, AL Mills, GM Hornberger, JS Herman
Journal of contaminant hydrology 50 (3-4), 287-305, 2001
Impact of dilution on microbial community structure and functional potential: comparison of numerical simulations and batch culture experiments
RB Franklin, JL Garland, CH Bolster, AL Mills
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 67 (2), 702-712, 2001
Transport of Escherichia coli in Sand Columns with Constant and Changing Water Contents
DK Powelson, AL Mills
Journal of environmental quality 30 (1), 238-245, 2001
Relative effectiveness of kinetic analysis vs single point readings for classifying environmental samples based on community-level physiological profiles (CLPP)
JL Garland, AL Mills, JS Young
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 33 (7-8), 1059-1066, 2001
Bacterial utilization of formic and acetic acid in rainwater
LJ Herlihy, JN Galloway, AL Mills
Atmospheric Environment (1967) 21 (11), 2397-2402, 1987
Characterization of microbial communities using randomly amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD)
RB Franklin, DR Taylor, AL Mills
Journal of Microbiological Methods 35 (3), 225-235, 1999
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