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Freshwater Microbiology: Perspectives of Bacterial Dynamics in Lake Ecosystems provides a comprehensive and systematic analysis of microbial ecology in lakes. It offers basic information on how well the bacterial community composition varies along the spatio-temporal and trophic gradients along with the evaluation of the bioindicator species of bacteria so as to act as a key to predict the trophic status of lake ecosystems. The book helps to identify the factors of potential importance in structuring the bacterial communities in lakes as it delves into the dynamics and diversity of bacterial community composition in relation to various water quality parameters. It helps to identify the possibility of bioremediation plans and devising future policy decisions, with better conservation and management practices.
- Provides a comprehensive and systematic analysis of microbial ecology
- Helps to identify the factors of potential importance in structuring the bacterial community composition
- Gives insight into the bacterial diversity of freshwater lake ecosystems along with their industrial potential
- Caters to the needs and aspirations of students and professional researchers
Postgraduate students in microbiology and Environmental sciences; researchers and policy makers
1. Bacterial community composition in lakes
2. Bacterial diversity of the rock-water interface in freshwater ecosystem
3. Impact of environmental changes and human activities on bacterial diversity of lakes
4. Spatio-temporal patterns of bacterial diversity along environmental gradients and bacterial attachment to organic aggregates
5. Metagenomic insights into the diversity and functions of microbial assemblages in lakes
6. Depth distribution of microbial diversity in lakes
7. Exploring bacterial diversity: from cell to sequence
8. Bacterial biofilms: the remarkable heterogeneous biological communities and nitrogen fixing microorganisms in lakes
9. Microbial diversity in freshwater ecosystems and its industrial potential
10. Bacteria: the natural indicator of environmental pollution
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- © Academic Press 2019
- 1st August 2019
- Academic Press
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Professor Bandh earned his PhD in Environmental Science (specialization: environmental microbiology) from the University of Kashmir, Srinagar. He studied under the able guidance of Prof. Azra N, Kamili and Prof. Bashir A. Ganai. He is frequently published and widely cited in his feild. Currently, he is working as a lecturer Environmental Science in Education Department, Govt. of Jammu and Kashmir, India.
Professor and Lecturer, Environmental Science in Education Department, Government of Jammu and Kashmir, India
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