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Ahmed, Warish, Goonetilleke, Ashantha, Powell, Daniel, Chauhan, Kanika, & Gardner, Ted (2009) Comparison of molecular markers to detect fresh sewage in environmental waters. Water Research, 43(19), pp. 4908-4917.
Ahmed, Warish, Goonetilleke, Ashantha, Powell, Daniel, & Gardner, Ted (2009) Evaluation of multiple sewage-associated bacteroides PCR markers for sewage pollution tracking. Water Research, 43(19), pp. 4872-4877.
Ahmed, Warish, Stewart, Joel, Powell, Daniel, & Gardner, Ted (2008) Evaluation of the host-specificity and prevalence of enterococci surface protein (esp) marker in sewage and its application for sourcing human fecal pollution. Journal of Environmental Quality, 37, pp. 1583-1588.
Ahmed, Warish, Stewart, Joel, Powell, Daniel, & Gardner, Ted (2008) Evaluation of Bacteroides markers for the detection of human faecal pollution. Letters in Applied Microbiology, 46(2), pp. 237-242.
Ahmed, Warish, Powell, Daniel, Goonetilleke, Ashantha, & Gardner, Ted (2008) Detection and source identification of faecal pollution in non-sewered catchment by means of host-specific molecular markers. Water Science and Technology, 58(3), pp. 579-586.
Ahmed, Warish, Stewart, Joel, Gardner, Ted, & Powell, Daniel (2008) A real-time polymerase chain reaction assay for the quantitative detection of the human-specific enterococci surface protein marker in sewage and environmental waters. Environmental Microbiology, 10(12), pp. 3255-3264.
Ahmed, Warish, Stewart, Joel, Gardner, Ted, Powell, Daniel, Brooks, Peter, Sullivan, Daryle, et al. (2007) Sourcing faecal pollution: A combination of library-dependent and library-independent methods to identify human faecal pollution in non-sewered catchments. Water Research, 41(16), pp. 3771-3779.