Innovations in Bioremediation Technologies

D6. Abiotic Transformation Processes



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In Situ Chemical Reduction (ISCR): The Role of Reactive Mineral Intermediate Phases and Sulfidation. P.G. Tratnyek, R.L. Johnson, C. Kocur, and Y. Lan.ViewView
Abiotic Dechlorination of Trichloroethene by Naturally-Occurring Ferrous Minerals under Aerobic and Anaerobic Conditions. C.E. Schaefer, P. Ho, E. Berns, and C. Werth.  ViewView
Abiotic Degradation of PCE and TCE by Magnetite and Clay Minerals. M.M. Scherer, D.E. Latta, J. Culpepper, T. Robinson, A. Neumann, J. Entwistle, R. Deep, E. Suchomel, and L. Kane.  View 
Naturally-Occurring and Biologically-Mediated Abiotic Transformation of Trichloroethene in Low-Permeability Formations. D.L. Freedman, H. Wang, R. Yu, R. Iery, L. Slater, D. Adamson, F. Day-Lewis, and A. Danko.View 
Documenting In Situ Reactive Iron Mineral Formation without Drilling: A New Monitoring Well-Based Sampling Approach. J. Martin Tilton, J. Ford, S.M. Ulrich, D. Liles, S. Justicia-Leon, C. Divine, D. Taggart, and K. Clark.ViewView
Field Test Yields Aerobic Abiotic Trichloroethene Degradation Rate, Sorption and Diffusion Coefficients for Low Permeability Fractured Rock. R.M. Allen-King, R. Kiekhaefer, and R. Dishman.ViewView
Abiotic and Biotic Treatment underneath an Active Shopping Center. S. Abrams, L. Zeng, M. Wenrick, and K. Tyson.View 
Long-Term Performance Monitoring of Zero-Valent Iron Sites. L. Cook, K. Kirchner, J. Popovic, D. Williamson, R. Wilkin, and R. Johnson.View 
Reduction of Chromate and Chlorate Using Zero Valent Iron (ZVI) and Bio-ZV. K. Greenhalph, J. Gonzales, and J. Batista.View