Processes in microbial transport in the natural subsurface

@inproceedings{Ginn2002ProcessesIM,
  title={Processes in microbial transport in the natural subsurface},
  author={Timothy R. Ginn and Brian Wood and Kirk E. Nelson and Timothy D. Scheibe and Ellyn M. Murphy and T. Prabhakar Clement},
  year={2002}
}
This is a review of physical, chemical, and biological processes governing microbial transport in the saturated subsurface. We begin with the conceptual models of the biophase that underlie mathematical descriptions of these processes and the physical processes that provide the framework for recent focus on less understood processes. Novel conceptual models of the interactions between cell surface structures and other surfaces are introduced, that are more realistic than the oft-relied upon… CONTINUE READING
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