Alm Lab Publications
  • Bauer, LM and EW Alm. 2012. Escherichia coli Toxin and Attachment Genes in Sand at Great Lakes Recreational Beaches. Journal of Great Lakes Research. 38:129-133
  • Alm E.W, D.M. Gordon, D.M. and S.T. Walk. 2011. The ecological niche of E. coli. In: Bacterial Population Genetics: A Tribute to Thomas S. Whittam. ASM Press. 
  • Walk, ST., Alm, EW, Gordon, DM, Ram, JL., Toranzos, GA., Tiedje, JM., and TS Whittam. 2009. Cryptic Lineages of the Genus Escherichia. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 75(20): 6534-6544. 
  • Walk, S., E.W. Alm, L.M. Calhoun, J.M. Mladonicky, and T.S. Whittam. 2007. Genetic diversity and population structure of Escherichia coli isolated from freshwater beaches. Environmental Microbiology. 9(9): 2274-2288. 
  • VanOmmeren, L. and E.W. Alm. 2006. Development and application of rapid antibiotic resistance analysis for microbial source tracking in the Black River watershed, Michigan. Lake and Reservoir Management. 22(3): 240-244.
  • Alm, E.W., J. Burke and E. Hagen. 2006. Persistence and Potential Replication of the Fecal Indicator Bacteria, Escherichia coli, in Shoreline Sand at Lake Huron. Journal of Great Lakes Research 32(2): 401-405. 
  • Haack, S.K., L.R. Fogarty, T.G. West, E.W. Alm, J.T. McGuire, D.T. Long, D.W. Hyndman, and L.J. Forney. 2004. Spatial and temporal changes in microbial community structure associated with recharge-influenced chemical gradients in a contaminated aquifer. Environmental Microbiology. 6(5): 438-448. 
  • Alm, E.W, J. Burke, and A. Spain. 2003. Fecal indicator bacteria are abundant in wet sand at freshwater beaches. Water Research. 37(16): 3978-3982. 
  • Spain, A. 2003. Implications of microbial heavy metal tolerance in the environment. Reviews in Undergraduate Research: International Journal of Excellence in Undergraduate Research. 2: 1-6.