Innovations in Bioremediation Technologies

D4. Aerobic and Anaerobic Biodegradation of Contaminants



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Influence of Activated Carbon on Microbial Transformation of Chlorinated Solvents and Explosives. K.T. Finneran.ViewView
Microbial and Isotopic Evidence of Concurrent Aerobic and Anaerobic Biodegradation of Chlorinated Benzenes in Wetland Sediments and a Bioaugmented-Activated Carbon Reactive Barrier. M.M. Lorah, D. Akob, S. Chow, E.J. Bouwer, A.R. Wadhawan, and N.D. Durant.  ViewView
Coupled Biodegradation of Chlorinated Benzenes at Anaerobic-Aerobic Interfaces. S.J. Chow, E.J. Bouwer, M.M. Lorah, A.R. Wadhawan, and N.D. Durant.  ViewView
Air Treatment Methods as Possible Alternatives to Activated Carbon. M. De Camillis, J. Dijk, and M. Slooijer.ViewView
Dechlorination of PCBs during Anaerobic Sludge Digestion. D. Kaya, B.V. Kjellerup, and K.R. Sowers.ViewView
Application of Passive Sampling to Predict PCB Microbial Dechlorination Kinetics in Sediment. T. Needham, U. Ghosh, and K. Sowers.ViewView
Anaerobic Microbial Dechlorination of Chlordecone in Microcosms from Guadeloupe Soil. L. Lomheim, A. Starostine, R. Flick, A. Li, L.A. Puentes Jácome, E.A. Edwards, S. Rambinaising, L. Laquitaine, C. Jean-Marius, R. Ranguin, and S. Gaspard.ViewView
Biostimulation of Trichloroethene Dechlorination by Organohalide-Respiring Bacteria. X. Wang, M. Brooks, and M. Krzmarzick.ViewView
Transport of Pseudonocardia through Soil for Bioremediation of 1,4-Dioxane. A.A. Ramos-Garcia and D.L. Freedman.ViewView
Evaluation of PAHs Degradation by a Fungal Consortium Using Different Agroindustrial Waste as Texturizer for Bioremediation Soils. A. Hernández, A.E. Absalón, and D.V. Cortés-Espinosa.View 
Development and Testing of a 1,4-Dioxane Bioaugmentation Culture. S. Dworatzek, P. Dennis, A. Hill, and C. Zhou.View 
Sustained Microbial Oxidation of Vinyl Chloride under Low Oxygen Flux Conditions. T.E. Mattes and P.M. Richards.View 
Field Demonstration of Bioaugmentation for Bioremediation of Trichloroethene-Contaminated Groundwater in Japan. N. Okutsu, K. Enomoto, W. Tamura, T. Kikuchi, and T. Shiotani.ViewView
Soil Respiration Rates under Natural Attenuation versus Enhanced Biodegradation. S. Dore, D. Pope, R. Thomas, J. Wasielewski, and A. Weston.View 
Modeling of Reductive Dechlorination of Chloethenes by Desulfitobacterium and Dehalococcoides. M. Yoshikawa and M. Zhang.View