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pressures, can affect their susceptibility to antibiotics. This review highlights the
complexity of estuarine environments, using two key contaminant groups (metals/toxic elements and polyaromatic hydrocarbons), through which a variety of possible chemical and biological pollutant stressors can promote the emergence and dissemination of antimicrobial resistance. We find compelling divers to call on more focused research on historically disrupted ecosystems, in propagating AMR in the real world.
- polyaromatic hydrocarbons
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- 2 Finished
1/03/17 → 1/12/20
Project: Research Studentship - Internally Allocated
- 17 Citations
- 1 Article
The legacy of industrial pollution in estuarine sediments: spatial and temporal variability implications for ecosystem stressRodgers, K., McLellan, I., Peshkur, T., Williams, R., Tonner, R., Knapp, C. W., Henriquez, F. L. & Hursthouse, A. S., 22 May 2019, (E-pub ahead of print) In: Environmental Geochemistry and Health. 12 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile