Brian Badgley
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Microbial source tracking markers for detection of fecal contamination in environmental waters: relationships between pathogens and human health outcomes
VJ Harwood, C Staley, BD Badgley, K Borges, A Korajkic
FEMS microbiology reviews 38 (1), 1-40, 2014
Soil bacterial and fungal communities show distinct recovery patterns during forest ecosystem restoration
S Sun, S Li, BN Avera, BD Strahm, BD Badgley
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 83 (14), e00966-17, 2017
Nitrogen removal by granular nitritation–anammox in an upflow membrane-aerated biofilm reactor
X Li, S Sun, BD Badgley, S Sung, H Zhang, Z He
Water Research 94, 23-31, 2016
Comparative genomics of the core and accessory genomes of 48 Sinorhizobiumstrains comprising five genospecies
M Sugawara, B Epstein, BD Badgley, T Unno, L Xu, J Reese, ...
Genome biology 14, 1-20, 2013
Mainstream upflow nitritation-anammox system with hybrid anaerobic pretreatment: long-term performance and microbial community dynamics
X Li, S Sun, H Yuan, BD Badgley, Z He
Water research 125, 298-308, 2017
Stormwater loadings of antibiotic resistance genes in an urban stream
E Garner, R Benitez, E von Wagoner, R Sawyer, E Schaberg, ...
Water research 123, 144-152, 2017
Quantifying environmental reservoirs of fecal indicator bacteria associated with sediment and submerged aquatic vegetation
BD Badgley, FIM Thomas, VJ Harwood
Environmental microbiology 13 (4), 932-942, 2011
What we talk about when we talk about soil health
RD Stewart, J Jian, AJ Gyawali, WE Thomason, BD Badgley, MS Reiter, ...
Agricultural & Environmental Letters 3 (1), 180033, 2018
The importance of sediment and submerged aquatic vegetation as potential habitats for persistent strains of enterococci in a subtropical watershed
BD Badgley, BS Nayak, VJ Harwood
Water research 44 (20), 5857-5866, 2010
The effects of submerged aquatic vegetation on the persistence of environmental populations of Enterococcus spp.
BD Badgley, FIM Thomas, VJ Harwood
Environmental microbiology 12 (5), 1271-1281, 2010
Evaluation of the repeatability and reproducibility of a suite of qPCR-based microbial source tracking methods
DL Ebentier, KT Hanley, Y Cao, BD Badgley, AB Boehm, JS Ervin, ...
Water Research 47 (18), 6839-6848, 2013
Multi-laboratory evaluations of the performance of Catellicoccus marimammalium PCR assays developed to target gull fecal sources
CD Sinigalliano, JS Ervin, LC Van De Werfhorst, BD Badgley, E Ballesté, ...
Water research 47 (18), 6883-6896, 2013
Changes in microbial functional genes within the soil metagenome during forest ecosystem restoration
S Sun, BD Badgley
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 135, 163-172, 2019
Impacts of a changing earth on microbial dynamics and human health risks in the continuum between beach water and sand
CJ Weiskerger, J Brandão, W Ahmed, A Aslan, L Avolio, BD Badgley, ...
Water Research 162, 456-470, 2019
Exposure to dairy manure leads to greater antibiotic resistance and increased mass-specific respiration in soil microbial communities
C Wepking, B Avera, B Badgley, JE Barrett, J Franklin, KF Knowlton, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1851), 20162233, 2017
Evaluation of molecular community analysis methods for discerning fecal sources and human waste
Y Cao, LC Van De Werfhorst, EA Dubinsky, BD Badgley, MJ Sadowsky, ...
Water Research 47 (18), 6862-6872, 2013
Engineered and environmental controls of microbial denitrification in established bioretention cells
LJ Waller, GK Evanylo, LAH Krometis, MS Strickland, T Wynn-Thompson, ...
Environmental science & technology 52 (9), 5358-5366, 2018
Application of microbial source tracking methods in a Gulf of Mexico field setting
A Korajkic, BD Badgley, MJ Brownell, VJ Harwood
Journal of applied microbiology 107 (5), 1518-1527, 2009
Does it pay to be mature? Evaluation of bioretention cell performance seven years postconstruction
LL Willard, T Wynn-Thompson, LH Krometis, TP Neher, BD Badgley
Journal of Environmental Engineering 143 (9), 04017041, 2017
Soil bacterial and fungal communities exhibit distinct long-term responses to disturbance in temperate forests
ED Osburn, SG McBride, FO Aylward, BD Badgley, BD Strahm, JE Barrett
Frontiers in Microbiology 10, 486956, 2019
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