In-situ apparent conductivity measurements and microbial population distribution at a hydrocarbon-contaminated site

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We investigated the bulk electrical conductivity and microbial population distribution in sediments at a site contaminated with light nonaqueous-phase liquid (LNAPL). The bulk conductivity was measured using in-situ vertical resistivity probes; the most probable num­ ber method was used to characterize the spatial distri­ bution of aerobic heterotrophic and… (More)

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@inproceedings{Atekwana2004InsituAC, title={In-situ apparent conductivity measurements and microbial population distribution at a hydrocarbon-contaminated site}, author={Estella Atekwana and Douglas A Dale and Werkema and Joseph W. Duris and Silvia Rossbach and Eliot A. Atekwana and William A. Sauck and Daniel P. Cassidy and J. Means and Franklyn D. Legall}, year={2004} }