Innovations in Bioremediation Technologies

D5. Advances in Heat-Enhanced Bioremediation



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Electrical Resistance Heating and Bioremediation: Compatibility, Effectiveness, and Post-Heating Bio-Polishing. C. Brown, D. Taggart, K. Clark, J. Helge, R. D'Anjou, and M. Dodson.ViewView
Use of MBTs for Decision-Making Following Thermal Remedy. E.J. Bishop, S. Gupta, and D. Conley.  ViewView
Thermally-Enhanced Bioremediation for Xylene: Using Conductive Heating to 35°C. G. Heron, A. Bonnarigo, J. Wattu, J. King, D. Keane, and M. Marley.  ViewView
Heat-Enhanced In Situ Degradation for Treatment of Energetic Compounds Impacting Groundwater. T.W. Macbeth, M. Burbank, D. Drennan, E. Crownover, and R. Lamendella.ViewView
Steam-Enhanced Biodegradation of VOC-TPH LNAPL Mixture under an Active Building Using Horizontal Wells at Naval Air Station North Island. V. Hosangadi, M. Losi, P.L. Chang, and M. Pound.View
Can Microbes Reduce Thermal Remediation Timeframes and Implementation Costs? A Retrospective Look at Thermal Sites. D. Nelson, J. Byrd, J. Dablow, and J. Baldock.View