Linda K. Dick, Ph.D.

2005 Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 
Microbiology Biology
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Katharine G. Field grad student 2005 Oregon State
 (Fecal Bacteroidetes host distributions and environmental source tracking.)
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Drozd M, Merrick NN, Sanad YM, et al. (2013) Evaluating the occurrence of host-specific , general fecal indicators, and bacterial pathogens in a mixed-use watershed. Journal of Environmental Quality. 42: 713-25
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
Dick LK, Stelzer EA, Bertke EE, et al. (2010) Relative decay of Bacteroidales microbial source tracking markers and cultivated Escherichia coli in freshwater microcosms. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 76: 3255-62
Stoeckel DM, Stelzer EA, Dick LK. (2009) Evaluation of two spike-and-recovery controls for assessment of extraction efficiency in microbial source tracking studies. Water Research. 43: 4820-7
Dick LK, Bernhard AE, Brodeur TJ, et al. (2005) Host distributions of uncultivated fecal Bacteroidales bacteria reveal genetic markers for fecal source identification. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 71: 3184-91
Dick LK, Simonich MT, Field KG. (2005) Microplate subtractive hybridization to enrich for bacteroidales genetic markers for fecal source identification. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 71: 3179-83
Dick LK, Field KG. (2004) Rapid estimation of numbers of fecal Bacteroidetes by use of a quantitative PCR assay for 16S rRNA genes. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 70: 5695-7
Field KG, Chern EC, Dick LK, et al. (2003) A comparative study of culture-independent, library-independent genotypic methods of fecal source tracking. Journal of Water and Health. 1: 181-94
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