Advanced Tools for Assessing Bioremediation

E2. Compound-Specific Isotope Analysis



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Case Studies: Source Delineation Using CSIA. S. Rosolina and D. Taggart.ViewView
Using CSIA to Distinguish Abiotic and Biotic Degradation Mechanisms in ISCR-Assisted Bioremediation Systems. J. Freim, P. Erickson, and S. Rosolina.  ViewView
Applying Compound-Specific Isotope Analysis to Sites with Low Concentrations of 1,4-Dioxane. K.N. Morrison, P.J. Bennett, M.Y. Chu, R. Aravena, H.T. El Mugammar, C.A. Smith, M.R. Hyman, and M. Nickelsen.  ViewView
Protocol for Using Compound Specific Isotope Analysis (CSIA) in Environmental Forensics. P.W. McLoughlin.ViewView
Compound-Specific Isotope Analysis and Microbial Molecular Data for Effective Monitoring of a Bioremediation Pilot Trial at a Heavily Contaminated 1,2-DCA Area: Laboratory and Field Results. I. Pietrini, F. DeFerra, G. Carpani, L. Zaninetta, M. Marchesi, L. Alberti, and O. Shouakar-Stah.View
Is it All from Biodegradation? Forensics with Tetrachloroethene δ13C Values and Concentrations of Tetrachloroethene Biodegradation Products. P.W. McLoughlin.View 
How Not to Overinterpret Your CSIA Data. S. Rosolina and D. Taggart.View