Sally L. Crane
Sally L. Crane
PhD Candidate, UNSW Sydney
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Microfluidic qPCR enables high throughput quantification of microbial functional genes but requires strict curation of primers
SL Crane, J Van Dorst, GC Hose, CK King, BC Ferrari
Frontiers in Environmental Science 6, 145, 2018
Lifting the veil on arid-to-hyperarid Antarctic soil microbiomes: a tale of two oases
E Zhang, LM Thibaut, A Terauds, M Raven, MM Tanaka, J van Dorst, ...
Microbiome 8 (1), 1-12, 2020
Wastewater effluents cause microbial community shifts and change trophic status
JE Ruprecht, SC Birrer, KA Dafforn, SM Mitrovic, SL Crane, EL Johnston, ...
Water Research 200, 117206, 2021
A novel real-world ecotoxicological dataset of pelagic microbial community responses to wastewater
JE Ruprecht, WC Glamore, KA Dafforn, F Wemheuer, SL Crane, ...
Scientific data 7 (1), 1-12, 2020
Applying microbial indicators of hydrocarbon toxicity to contaminated sites undergoing bioremediation on subantarctic Macquarie Island
J van Dorst, D Wilkins, CK King, T Spedding, G Hince, E Zhang, S Crane, ...
Environmental Pollution 259, 113780, 2020
Implications of bacterial mineralisation in aquatic ecosystem response models
JE Ruprecht, IP King, KA Dafforn, SM Mitrovic, AJ Harrison, SC Birrer, ...
Water Research 209, 117888, 2022
Microfluidic qPCR for Microbial Ecotoxicology in Soil: A Pilot Study
S Crane
UNSW Sydney, 2016
Microbial community analysis of biopiles in Antarctica provides evidence of successful hydrocarbon biodegradation and initial soil ecosystem recovery
J van Dorst, D Wilkins, S Crane, K Montgomery, E Zhang, T Spedding, ...
Environmental Pollution 290, 117977, 2021
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