Camilla Jørgensen

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Increasing stress on water resources is driving urban water utilities to establish new concepts for water supply. This paper presents the consequences of proposed alternative water supply options using a unique combination of quantitative and qualitative methods from different research fields. A former industrial harbor area in Copenhagen, Denmark, is(More)
0.5 mg/L) for the susceptible population and 32 to .128 mg/L (mode 32 mg/L) for the resistant population. For the 64 P. aeruginosa isolates, the MICs of colistin were 1–4 mg/L (mode 4 mg/L) for the susceptible population and 8–16 mg/L (mode 8 mg/L) for isolates considered as resistant. When determined by Etest, there was a shift towards 2-fold lower MICs(More)
Professor Peter Johansen, former Dean of the Faculty of Science at the University of Copenhagen, retired on 1 February 2008. Peter Johansen is a pioneer of Computer Science and of the Department of Computer Science at the University of Copenhagen. During his 30 years as full Professor of the Image Group, among his many achievements he has created a unique(More)
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