College of Chemical Engineering and Environment
Environmental Science and Engineering (Engineering)
Prevention and Control of Water Pollution and Resourcelization
Numerical model investigation for methane explosion and benzene vapor intrusion potential associated with ethanol-blended fuel releases. Environmental Science & Technology 48(1): 474-481.
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
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.
Increased fermentation activity and persistent methanogenesis in a model aquifer system following source removal of an ethanol blend release. Water Research 68: 479-486.
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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