CCU Course Intro
Course Introduction
Environmental microbiology interfaces with a number of different subspecialties, including soil, aquatic, and aeromicrobiology, as well as bioremediation, water quality, occupational health and infection control, food safety, and industrial microbiology. The roots of environmental microbiology are perhaps most closely related to the field of microbial ecology, which comprises the study of the interaction of microorganisms within an environment, be it air, water, or soil, the primary difference between these two fields is that environmental microbiology is an applied field in which the driving question is, how can we use our understanding of microorganisms in the environment to benefit society? The overall objective of the lecture is to define the important microorganisms involved in environmental microbiology, the nature of the different possible environments in which they are situated, the methodologies used to monitor microorganisms and their activities, and finally the possible effects of microorganisms on human activities.
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