Jie Ma

College of Chemical Engineering and Environment


Associate Professor

Environmental Science and Engineering (Engineering)


Research Areas

  • Prevention and Control of Water Pollution and Resourcelization

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  1. Numerical model investigation for methane explosion and benzene vapor intrusion potential associated with ethanol-blended fuel releases. Environmental Science & Technology 48(1): 474-481. 

  2. Methane bioattenuation and implications for explosion risk reduction along the groundwater to soil surface pathway above plume of dissolved ethanol. Environmental Science & Technology 46(11): 6013-6019

  3. Groundwater ecosystem resilience to organic contaminations: microbial and geochemical dynamics throughout the 5-year life cycle of a surrogate ethanol blend fuel plume. Water Research 80: 119-129.

  4. Increased fermentation activity and persistent methanogenesis in a model aquifer system following source removal of an ethanol blend release. Water Research 68: 479-486.                                                 

  5. Effects of adding bulking agent, inorganic nutrient and microbial inocula on biopile treatment for oil-field drilling waste. Chemosphere 150: 17-23.


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