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Microbiological indicators for assessing hydraulic connection in buried high permeability zones at waste disposal sites : final report : RAC project no. 543G / [report prepared by Maxine Holder-Franklin].

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Series: Environmental research (Ontario. Ministry of Environment and Energy)

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Toronto :Ministry of Environment and Energy,1996.

Subjects

Control , Environmental aspects , Groundwater , Indicators (Biology) , Microbiology , Pollution , Sanitary landfills , Water

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http://dx.doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.36327

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Title

Microbiological indicators for assessing hydraulic connection in buried high permeability zones at waste disposal sites : final report : RAC project no. 543G / [report prepared by Maxine Holder-Franklin].

Related Titles

Series: Environmental research (Ontario. Ministry of Environment and Energy)

By

Holder-Franklin, Maxine A.

Ontario. Environmental Research Program.
Ontario. Ministry of Environment and Energy.

Genre

Book

Publication info

Toronto :Ministry of Environment and Energy,1996.

Notes:

Presents a combined hydrogeological and microbiological analysis of landfill leachate and soils in Essex County, Ontario, to study the vertical and horizontal flow rates of groundwater.

Addresses two aspects of landfilling: the factors controlling the maintenance of a large and vigorous microbial population actively involved in biodegradation, and the retention of potentially pathoge

Possible movement of the predominant population of bacteria through leachate and groundwater was determined by a cluster 2 analysis of the matrix of similarity coefficients of each strain compared t

The responses reflected the physiological profile of the organisms and provided, in part, the information needed to identify the bacterial isolates.

The same database was also analysed for the principal components of the variance which were theninterpreted ecologically.

Subjects

Control , Environmental aspects , Groundwater , Indicators (Biology) , Microbiology , Pollution , Sanitary landfills , Water

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TD771 .H727 1996

Language

English

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ISBN: 0777850311

DOI

http://dx.doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.36327

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