Katharine G. Field

Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 
Microbiology Biology
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Brooks LE, Field KG. (2017) Global model fitting to compare survival curves for fecal indicator bacteria and ruminant-associated genetic markers. Journal of Applied Microbiology
Brooks LE, Field KG. (2016) Bayesian meta-analysis to synthesize decay rate constant estimates for common fecal indicator bacteria. Water Research. 104: 262-271
Shanks OC, Kelty CA, Oshiro R, et al. (2016) Data Acceptance Criteria for Standardized Human-Associated Fecal Source Identification Quantitative Real-Time PCR Methods. Applied and Environmental Microbiology
Green HC, Haugland RA, Varma M, et al. (2014) Improved HF183 quantitative real-time PCR assay for characterization of human fecal pollution in ambient surface water samples. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 80: 3086-94
Wang D, Farnleitner AH, Field KG, et al. (2013) Enterococcus and Escherichia coli fecal source apportionment with microbial source tracking genetic markers--is it feasible? Water Research. 47: 6849-61
Green HC, Field KG. (2012) Sensitive detection of sample interference in environmental qPCR. Water Research. 46: 3251-60
Green HC, Dick LK, Gilpin B, et al. (2012) Genetic markers for rapid PCR-based identification of gull, Canada goose, duck, and chicken fecal contamination in water. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 78: 503-10
Green HC, Shanks OC, Sivaganesan M, et al. (2011) Differential decay of human faecal Bacteroides in marine and freshwater. Environmental Microbiology. 13: 3235-49
Walters SP, Field KG. (2009) Survival and persistence of human and ruminant-specific faecal Bacteroidales in freshwater microcosms. Environmental Microbiology. 11: 1410-21
Field KG, Samadpour M. (2007) Fecal source tracking, the indicator paradigm, and managing water quality. Water Research. 41: 3517-38
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