Track D: Advanced Tools for Assessing Bioremediation
D4. Big Data and Integration of Molecular Tools in Site Assessment: Advanced Omics




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Using Environmental Metabolomics to Improve Decision Making at Chlorinated Solvent Sites
K.C. Clark, S.M. Rosolina, and D.M. Taggart
Probing Marine Ecosystems for Novel Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Degraders
J. Walton, E. Bobo, and A. Buchan
Gene Markers for Monitoring Anaerobic Dichloromethane Biodegradation: Current Progress and Future Directions
R.W. Murdoch, F. Kara Murdoch, G. Chen, and F. Loeffler
Advancements in Remedial Performance Assessments at Complex Sites with Incorporation of Advanced Data Analytics and Innovative Characterization Tools
J.S. Konzuk, M. Cho, C. Crea, C. Cheyne, L. D'Agostino, L. Jorstad, J. Stening, and O. Bukhteeva
Proteomic Insights into Fungal-Mediated PFAS Precursor Biotransformations
K. Shah, Y. Gao, G. Nurwono, V. Pandey, A. Mayank, J.O. Park, J. Wohlschlegel, and S. Mahendra
Comparison of Whole Genome Sequencing, 16S Amplicons, and qPCR for Assessment and Monitoring of an EPA Superfund Site
P. Guerra, R.A. Reiss, and O. Makhnin
Bioremediation Treatment Optimization Study: Oilfields in the Persian Gulf Area
C. Masini and F. Brogioli
Advances for the Rapid and Sensitive Biomonitoring of the Reductive Dechlorination's Biomarkers: Digital Droplet PCR
B. Matturro, M.L. Di Franca, and S. Rossetti