Hyatt C. Green
Hyatt C. Green
Asst. Prof. of Microbiology, SUNY-ESF
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Improved HF183 quantitative real-time PCR assay for characterization of human fecal pollution in ambient surface water samples
HC Green, RA Haugland, M Varma, HT Millen, MA Borchardt, KG Field, ...
Applied and environmental microbiology 80 (10), 3086-3094, 2014
Genetic markers for rapid PCR-based identification of gull, Canada goose, duck, and chicken fecal contamination in water
HC Green, LK Dick, B Gilpin, M Samadpour, KG Field
Applied and environmental microbiology 78 (2), 503-510, 2012
Differential decay of human faecal Bacteroides in marine and freshwater
HC Green, OC Shanks, M Sivaganesan, RA Haugland, KG Field
Environmental Microbiology 13 (12), 3235-3249, 2011
Sensitive detection of sample interference in environmental qPCR
HC Green, KG Field
Water Research 46 (10), 3251-3260, 2012
Comparison of sewage and animal fecal microbiomes by using oligotyping reveals potential human fecal indicators in multiple taxonomic groups
JC Fisher, AM Eren, HC Green, OC Shanks, HG Morrison, JH Vineis, ...
Applied and environmental microbiology 81 (20), 7023-7033, 2015
Enterococcus and Escherichia coli fecal source apportionment with microbial source tracking genetic markers–Is it feasible?
D Wang, AH Farnleitner, KG Field, HC Green, OC Shanks, AB Boehm
Water research, 2013
Development of rapid canine fecal source identification PCR-based assays
HC Green, KM White, CA Kelty, OC Shanks
Environmental science & technology 48 (19), 11453-11461, 2014
New performance metrics for quantitative polymerase chain reaction-based microbial source tracking methods
D Wang, HC Green, OC Shanks, AB Boehm
Environmental Science & Technology Letters 1 (1), 20-25, 2014
Indicators, sanitary surveys, and source attribution techniques
J Kinzelman, KG Field, HC Green, VJ Harwood, CD McPhail
Animal Waste, Water Quality, and Human Health. US EPA, Washington, DC, 319-360, 2012
A review of infectious disease surveillance to inform public health action against the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2
D Larsen, R Dinero, E Asiago-Reddy, H Green, S Lane, A Shaw, T Zeng, ...
SocArXiv, 2020
Landscape, water quality, and weather factors associated with an increased likelihood of foodborne pathogen contamination of New York streams used to source water for produce …
D Weller, A Belias, H Green, S Roof, M Wiedmann
Frontiers in sustainable food systems 3, 124, 2020
Overview of microbial source tracking methods targeting human fecal pollution sources
OC Shanks, H Green, A Korajkic, KG Field
Manual of environmental microbiology, 3.4. 3-1-3.4. 3-8, 2016
Identification of specialists and abundance-occupancy relationships among intestinal bacteria of Aves, Mammalia, and Actinopterygii
HC Green, JC Fisher, SL McLellan, ML Sogin, OC Shanks
Applied and environmental microbiology 82 (5), 1496-1503, 2016
Quantification of SARS-CoV-2 and cross-assembly phage (crAssphage) from wastewater to monitor coronavirus transmission within communities
H Green, M Wilder, FA Middleton, M Collins, A Fenty, K Gentile, B Kmush, ...
medRxiv, 2020
Microbial source-tracking reveals origins of fecal contamination in a recovering watershed
H Green, D Weller, S Johnson, E Michalenko
Water 11 (10), 2162, 2019
Reversibility of propionic acid inhibition to anaerobic digestion: Inhibition kinetics and microbial mechanism
Y Han, H Green, W Tao
Chemosphere, 126840, 2020
Development and validation of rapid environmental DNA (eDNA) detection methods for bog turtle (Glyptemys muhlenbergii)
AA Kirtane, ML Wilder, HC Green
PloS one 14 (11), e0222883, 2019
Host-associated dna sequences, primers, and probes for pcr-based identification of dog fecal pollution sources
OC Shanks, HC Green
US Patent App. 15/783,595, 2018
Host-associated DNA sequences, primers, and probes for PCR-based identification of dog fecal pollution sources
OC Shanks, HC Green
US Patent 9,816,141, 2017
FieldKatharineMicrobiologyEnterococcusEscherichiaColiSupplementaryMaterial. pdf
D Wang, AH Farnleitner, KG Field, HC Green, OC Shanks, AB Boehm
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