Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, April 15th, 2003
People are continually moving into places that are hot, sunny and arid where drinking water is in short supply, said R. Kramer Campen, Penn State graduate student in geosciences. "The imperative to find ways to clean groundwater is paramount," he told attendees at the 225th American Chemical Society national meeting in New Orleans.
In the ocean, bacteria can be released into the water to clean up oil spills, carried to the target by the same currents that transport the oil. Groundwater poses a...
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