Application of Bioremediation to Complex Sites

C1. Munitions Response Site Management Strategies



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Application of Stable Isotopic and Omics Methods for Assessment of RDX Natural Attenuation in GroundwaterM.E. Fuller, P.G.K. van Groos, K.H. Kucharzyk, and N.C. Sturchio.ViewView
Evaluation of RDX Biodegradation Using Compound-Specific Stable Isotope Analysis (CSIA) and Stable Isotope Probing (SIP). P.B. Hatzinger, M.E. Fuller, L. Heraty, N.C. Sturchio, and K.-H. Chu.  ViewView
Measuring In Situ Degradation by Tracer Stable Isotope-labeled RDX Groundwater Release. T.J. Boyd, C. Tobias, J. Popovic, R.H. Cuenca, Y. Hagimoto, and M.M. Michalsen.   ViewView
Development and Evaluation of an Underwater Advanced Time-Domain Electromagnetic System for Munitions Response Classification. S. Bancroft, T. Bell, and S. Saville.ViewView
Field-Scale Treatability Study to Evaluate In Situ Bioremediation via Soil Mixing of EVO and ZVI to Reduce Munitions Constituents. S.T. Downey, R. Mayer, and R.L. Meadows.  ViewView
Case Studies in Data Management from Two Large-Scale Munitions Response Project Sites. M. Elwaseif and S. Saville.View 
Molecular Analysis of Microbial Communities Associated with ATO Biodegradation. D.K. Taylor, M. Brooks, and M.J. Krzmarzick.View