Exposure Pathways of Nontuberculous Mycobacteria Through Soil, Streams, and Groundwater, Hawai’i, USA

Recent Publication! Schuyler Robinson coauthored a paper in #GeoHealth stemming from his Master’s thesis research about the pesky nontuberculous mycobacteria from riparian sources, through the aquifer, and into water supply wells.

Read more about how the bacteria in water may then enter public water supplies where, being chlorine resistant, they outcompete competitor microbes to establish biofilms in home plumbing! #scienceeducation