Katherine E. Fish
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Methodological approaches for studying the microbial ecology of drinking water distribution systems
I Douterelo, JB Boxall, P Deines, R Sekar, KE Fish, CA Biggs
Water research 65, 134-156, 2014
2202014
Biofilm structures (EPS and bacterial communities) in drinking water distribution systems are conditioned by hydraulics and influence discolouration
K Fish, AM Osborn, JB Boxall
Science of the Total Environment 593, 571-580, 2017
892017
Characterising and understanding the impact of microbial biofilms and the extracellular polymeric substance (EPS) matrix in drinking water distribution systems
KE Fish, AM Osborn, J Boxall
Environmental science: water research & technology 2 (4), 614-630, 2016
792016
Characterisation of the physical composition and microbial community structure of biofilms within a model full-scale drinking water distribution system
KE Fish, R Collins, NH Green, RL Sharpe, I Douterelo, AM Osborn, ...
PLoS One 10 (2), e0115824, 2015
712015
Succession of bacterial and fungal communities within biofilms of a chlorinated drinking water distribution system
I Douterelo, KE Fish, JB Boxall
Water research 141, 74-85, 2018
592018
Biofilm Microbiome (Re) Growth Dynamics in Drinking Water Distribution Systems Are Impacted by Chlorine Concentration
K Fish, J Boxall
Frontiers in Microbiology 9, 2519, 2018
332018
Linking discolouration modelling and biofilm behaviour within drinking water distribution systems
S Husband, KE Fish, I Douterelo, J Boxall
Water Science and Technology: Water Supply 16 (4), 942-950, 2016
332016
Drinking Water Temperature around the Globe: Understanding, Policies, Challenges and Opportunities
C Agudelo-Vera, S Avvedimento, J Boxall, E Creaco, H de Kater, ...
Water 12 (4), 1049, 2020
202020
Understanding microbial ecology to improve management of drinking water distribution systems
I Douterelo, RL Sharpe, S Husband, KE Fish, JB Boxall
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 6 (1), e01325, 2019
202019
Effects of phosphate and hydrogen peroxide on the performance of a biological activated carbon filter for enhanced biofiltration
JH Noh, SH Yoo, HJ Son, KE Fish, I Douterelo, SK Maeng
Journal of Hazardous Materials, 121778, 2019
92019
Uncharted waters: the unintended impacts of residual chlorine on water quality and biofilms
KE Fish, N Reeves-McLaren, S Husband, J Boxall
NPJ biofilms and microbiomes 6 (1), 1-12, 2020
52020
The impact of hydraulic regime upon biofilms in drinking water distribution systems
K Fish
University of Sheffield, 2013
42013
Visualising and quantifying the matrix of drinking water biofilms
KE Fish, RL Sharpe, NH Green, AM Osborn, JB Boxall
Proceedings of IWA Biofilm2011: Processes in Biofilms, Shanghai, China, 2011
42011
Application of enhanced assimilable organic carbon method across operational drinking water systems
FC Pick, KE Fish, CA Biggs, JP Moses, G Moore, JB Boxall
PloS one 14 (12), e0225477, 2019
22019
The impact of chlorine concentration on the discolouration response of biofilms in drinking water distribution systems
KE Fish, SP Husband, JB Boxall
WDSA/CCWI Joint Conference Proceedings 1, 2018
22018
Development of Assimilable Organic Carbon Assay and Field Application Within Drinking Water Treatment
FC Pick, KE Fish, JP Moses
WDSA/CCWI Joint Conference Proceedings 1, 2018
22018
The structure and stability of drinking water biofilms
K Fish, R Collins, R Sharpe, AM Osborn, JB Boxall
WDSA 2012: 14th Water Distribution Systems Analysis Conference, 24-27 …, 2012
22012
Imaging and Characterising the Matrix of Potable Water Biofilms
K Fish, N Green, R Collins, AM Osborn, J Boxall
Society for General Microbiology (SGM) Spring Conference 2012. Dublin, Ireland, 2012
12012
Assimilable organic carbon cycling within drinking water distribution systems
FC Pick, KE Fish, JB Boxall
Water Research 198, 117147, 2021
2021
Residual-chlorine concentration impacts the ecology of biofilms in drinking water pipes and their water quality response
K Fish, P Gaskin, J Boxall
biofilms9, 2020
2020
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