Tamara Garcia Armisen
Tamara Garcia Armisen
Baxter R&D Europe
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Fecal bacteria in the rivers of the Seine drainage network (France): sources, fate and modelling
P Servais, T Garcia-Armisen, I George, G Billen
Science of the Total Environment 375 (1-3), 152-167, 2007
Seasonal variations and resilience of bacterial communities in a sewage polluted urban river
T García-Armisen, Ö İnceoğlu, NK Ouattara, A Anzil, MA Verbanck, ...
PloS one 9 (3), e92579, 2014
Enumeration of viable E. coli in rivers and wastewaters by fluorescent in situ hybridization
T Garcia-Armisen, P Servais
Journal of Microbiological Methods 58 (2), 269-279, 2004
Diversity of microbial communities in production and injection waters of Algerian oilfields revealed by 16S rRNA gene amplicon 454 pyrosequencing
N Lenchi, Ö İnceoğlu, S Kebbouche-Gana, ML Gana, M Llirós, P Servais, ...
PloS one 8 (6), e66588, 2013
Respective contributions of point and non-point sources of E. coli and enterococci in a large urbanized watershed (the Seine river, France)
T Garcia-Armisen, P Servais
Journal of environmental management 82 (4), 512-518, 2007
Bacterial community composition in three freshwater reservoirs of different alkalinity and trophic status
M Lliros, Ö Inceoğlu, T Garcia-Armisen, A Anzil, B Leporcq, LM Pigneur, ...
PloS one 9 (12), e116145, 2014
Diversity of the total bacterial community associated with Ghanaian and Brazilian cocoa bean fermentation samples as revealed by a 16 S rRNA gene clone library
T Garcia-Armisen, Z Papalexandratou, H Hendryckx, N Camu, ...
Applied microbiology and biotechnology 87, 2281-2292, 2010
Antimicrobial resistance of heterotrophic bacteria in sewage-contaminated rivers
T Garcia-Armisen, K Vercammen, J Passerat, D Triest, P Servais, ...
Water research 45 (2), 788-796, 2011
Modelling microbiological water quality in the Seine river drainage network: past, present and future situations
P Servais, G Billen, A Goncalves, T Garcia-Armisen
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 11 (5), 1581-1592, 2007
Pelagic photoferrotrophy and iron cycling in a modern ferruginous basin
M Llirós, T García–Armisen, F Darchambeau, C Morana, ...
Scientific reports 5 (1), 13803, 2015
Partitioning and Fate of Particle‐Associated E. coli in River Waters
T Garcia‐Armisen, P Servais
Water Environment Research 81 (1), 21-28, 2009
βd‐glucuronidase activity assay to assess viable Escherichia coli abundance in freshwaters
T Garcia‐Armisen, P Lebaron, P Servais
Letters in applied microbiology 40 (4), 278-282, 2005
Iron-dependent nitrogen cycling in a ferruginous lake and the nutrient status of Proterozoic oceans
CC Michiels, F Darchambeau, FAE Roland, C Morana, M Llirós, ...
Nature Geoscience 10 (3), 217-221, 2017
Comparison of culturable fecal coliforms and Escherichia coli enumeration in freshwaters
T Garcia-Armisen, J Prats, P Servais
Canadian journal of microbiology 53 (6), 798-801, 2007
Abundance of culturable versus viable Escherichia coli in freshwater
P Servais, J Prats, J Passerat, T Garcia-Armisen
Canadian Journal of Microbiology 55 (7), 905-909, 2009
Vertical distribution of functional potential and active microbial communities in meromictic Lake Kivu
Ö İnceoğlu, M Llirós, SA Crowe, T García-Armisen, C Morana, ...
Microbial ecology 70, 596-611, 2015
Impact of wastewater release on the faecal contamination of a small urban river: The Zenne River in Brussels (Belgium)
NK Ouattara, T Garcia-Armisen, A Anzil, N Brion, P Servais
Water, Air, & Soil Pollution 225, 1-12, 2014
An early warning method to detect faecal contamination of river waters
P Servais, T Garcia-Armisen, AS Lepeuple, P Lebaron
Annals of Microbiology 55 (2), 151-156, 2005
Modelling faecal coliforms dynamics in the Seine estuary, France
T Garcia-Armisen, B Thouvenin, P Servais
Water Science and Technology 54 (3), 177-184, 2006
Comparison of culture‐based methods to enumerate Escherichia coli in tropical and temperate freshwaters
J Prats, T Garcia‐Armisen, J Larrea, P Servais
Letters in applied microbiology 46 (2), 243-248, 2008
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