Advanced Tools for Assessing Bioremediation

E7. Advances in Tools and Techniques for Assessing MNA



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In Situ Biodegradation Rates in Contaminated Sediments via a Novel High Resolution Isotopic Approach: A Field and Modelling Study. M. Shayan, T. Gilevska, E. Passeport, B. Sherwood Lollar, E. Seger, E.J. Lutz , K.A. West, S.A. Morgan, and E. Mack.ViewView
Confirming In Situ Benzene Biodegradation under Anaerobic Conditions Using Stable Isotope Probing. K. Clark, K. Hebbard, and D. Taggart.  ViewView
Achieving Monitored Natural Attenuation Remedy Using Electrical Hydrogeology. T. Halihan, S. McDonald, and B. Thomas.  ViewView
Metabolomics, Lipidomics, and Metagenomics: Multiple Lines of Evidence for Monitored Natural Attenuation. S.R. Campagna, D. Taggart, and S. Rosolina.ViewView
A Comprehensive Evaluation of MNA Mechanisms for TCE and DCE in a Large, Dilute Plume. K.S. Sorenson, R.L. Olsen, M.K. Williams, and D.L. Brown.
A New Modeling Tool to Estimate Cleanup Rates in Highly Heterogeneous Aquifers with Matrix Diffusion and Time-Dependent Source Mass Flux. D.K. Burnell and J. Xu.ViewView
The Use of Advanced Characterization Tools in Combination Improve Our Understanding of Biodegradation at Crude Oil Release Sites. C. Espino Devine, R. Mohler, K. O’Reilly, N. Sihota, S. Ahn, T. Patterson, L. Kristofco, R. Magaw, and D. Zemo.View 
Molarity Provides Better Clarity: Using Molar-Based Data for Evaluating Chlorinated Volatile Organic Compound-Impacted Sites. J.A. Ricker, T.O. Goist, and D. Winchell.View