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Utilization of bacteriophage NCIMB-10645 of Serratia marcescens strain NCIMB-10644 as a tracer of pollution from an ocean sewage outlet

Charlton, Alexandra Lea. 1996, Utilization of bacteriophage NCIMB-10645 of Serratia marcescens strain NCIMB-10644 as a tracer of pollution from an ocean sewage outlet, M.Sc. thesis, Deakin University.

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Title Utilization of bacteriophage NCIMB-10645 of Serratia marcescens strain NCIMB-10644 as a tracer of pollution from an ocean sewage outlet
Author Charlton, Alexandra Lea.
Institution Deakin University
Faculty Faculty of Science and Technology
Degree name M.Sc.
Date submitted 1996
Keyword(s) Sewage disposal in the ocean - Victoria
Serratia marcescens
Pollution - Testing
Summary Bacteriophage NCIMB-10645 of Serratia marcescens (NCIMB-10644) was assessed as a tracer of aquatic contamination with the intention of using it at the Black Rock ocean outfall in South Eastern Australia. Growth conditions and a liquid culture growth curve were assessed. The bacteriophage was subjected to survival trials and a method of concentrating NCIMB-10645 developed. NCIMB-10645 was assessed as a tracer at Deakin University then released from the Black Rock Sewage Treatment Plant. Contamination movement away from the treatment plant was found to be predominantly affected by Easterly wind conditions.
Language eng
Description of original xvii, 128 leaves : ill., maps ; 30 cm.
Dewey Decimal Classification 628.39/0723
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30027679

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