David W. Graham mainly investigates Ecology, Antibiotic resistance, Antibiotics, Gene and Environmental chemistry. His work on Resistance as part of general Ecology research is frequently linked to General pattern, Chaotic and Instability, bridging the gap between disciplines. His research integrates issues of Agriculture, Biotechnology, Pulp and paper industry and Metagenomics in his study of Antibiotic resistance.
As part of the same scientific family, David W. Graham usually focuses on Antibiotics, concentrating on Drug resistance and intersecting with Environmental exposure, Municipal solid waste, Waste disposal and Environmental engineering. His studies deal with areas such as Tetracycline, Abundance and Microbiology as well as Gene. In general Environmental chemistry, his work in Aquatic ecosystem, Dissolved organic carbon and Water pollution is often linked to Photodegradation linking many areas of study.
David W. Graham focuses on Ecology, Wastewater, Antibiotic resistance, Environmental chemistry and Sewage treatment. The study incorporates disciplines such as Nitrification and Microbial population biology in addition to Ecology. The concepts of his Wastewater study are interwoven with issues in Tetracycline, Pollution, Pulp and paper industry and Bioreactor.
His Antibiotic resistance research is under the purview of Antibiotics. His Antibiotics research incorporates themes from Drug resistance and Bacteria. The study incorporates disciplines such as Phosphorus, Nutrient and Water column in addition to Environmental chemistry.
His primary areas of study are Wastewater, Antibiotic resistance, Sewage treatment, Effluent and Mobile genetic elements. He interconnects Water quality, Pollution, Bioreactor and Bacteria in the investigation of issues within Wastewater. His Antibiotic resistance study focuses on Antibiotic resistance genes in particular.
His research integrates issues of Lactam, Organic matter, Food science, Real-time polymerase chain reaction and Enzyme in his study of Sewage treatment. His Effluent research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Activated sludge, Chemical oxygen demand, Spatial ecology, Biosolids and Metagenomics. His Mobile genetic elements study combines topics in areas such as Temperate climate, Wildlife, Arctic, Veterinary medicine and Nutrient.
David W. Graham mainly focuses on Antibiotic resistance, Risk analysis, Wastewater, Transmission and Environmental planning. As part of his studies on Antibiotic resistance, he often connects relevant areas like Agriculture. His Risk analysis research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Disease burden, Reuse and Current.
The various areas that David W. Graham examines in his Wastewater study include Metagenomics, Treatment options, Sewage treatment and Antibiotic resistance genes. His Sewage treatment research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Spatial ecology, Environmental chemistry, Effluent and Biosolids. His work carried out in the field of Environmental planning brings together such families of science as Domestication, Animal agriculture and Antibiotic use.
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Evidence of Increasing Antibiotic Resistance Gene Abundances in Archived Soils since 1940
Charles W. Knapp;Jan Dolfing;Phillip A. I. Ehlert;David W. Graham.
Environmental Science & Technology (2010)
Management Options for Reducing the Release of Antibiotics and Antibiotic Resistance Genes to the Environment
Amy Pruden;D.G. Joakim Larsson;Alejandro Amézquita;Peter Collignon.
Environmental Health Perspectives (2013)
The Scourge of Antibiotic Resistance: The Important Role of the Environment
Rita L. Finley;Peter Collignon;D. G. Joakim Larsson;Scott A. McEwen.
Clinical Infectious Diseases (2013)
Abundance of six tetracycline resistance genes in wastewater lagoons at cattle feedlots with different antibiotic use strategies
Nicholas Peak;Charles W. Knapp;Richard K. Yang;Margery M. Hanfelt.
Environmental Microbiology (2007)
Methanobactin, a Copper-Acquisition Compound from Methane-Oxidizing Bacteria
Hyung J. Kim;David W. Graham;Alan A. DiSpirito;Michail A. Alterman.
Antibiotic resistance gene abundances correlate with metal and geochemical conditions in archived Scottish soils.
Charles W. Knapp;Seánín M. McCluskey;Brajesh K. Singh;Colin D. Campbell;Colin D. Campbell.
PLOS ONE (2011)
Experimental demonstration of chaotic instability in biological nitrification.
David W Graham;David W Graham;Charles W Knapp;Charles W Knapp;Erik S Van Vleck;Katie Bloor.
The ISME Journal (2007)
Antibiotic resistance gene abundances associated with waste discharges to the Almendares River near Havana, Cuba.
David W. Graham;Susana Olivares-Rieumont;Charles W. Knapp;Lazaro Lima.
Environmental Science & Technology (2011)
Factors affecting competition between type I and type II methanotrophs in two-organism, continuous-flow reactors
David W. Graham;Jayesh A. Chaudhary;Richard S. Hanson;Robert G. Arnold.
Microbial Ecology (1993)
Assessment of heavy metal levels in Almendares River sediments--Havana City, Cuba.
Susana Olivares-Rieumont;Daniel de la Rosa;Lazaro Lima;David W. Graham.
Water Research (2005)
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