Journal Publications Details for:

Microbial Pathogen Removal During Bank Filtration
Grant Number R829010
RFA: Drinking Water (2000)
Journal Article (9)
Reference Type Citation Progress Report Year Document Sources
Journal Article Abudalo RA, Bogatsu YG, Ryan JN, Harvey RW, Metge DW, Elimelech M. Effect of ferric oxyhydroxide grain coatings on the transport of bacteriophage PRD1 and Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts in saturated porous media. Environmental Science and Technology 2005;39(17):6412-6419. R829010 (Final)
Journal Article Abudalo RA, Ryan JN, Harvey RW, Metge DW, Landkamer L. Influence of organic matter on the transport of Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts in a ferric oxyhydroxide-coated quartz sand saturated porus medium. Water Research 2010;44(4):1104-1113. R829010 (Final)
Journal Article Tufenkji N, Ryan JN, Elimelech M. The promise of bank filtration. Environmental Science and Technology 2002;36(21):422A-428A. R829010 (Final)
Journal Article Tufenkji N, Redman JA, Elimelech M. Interpreting deposition patterns of microbial particles in laboratory-scale column experiments. Environmental Science and Technology 2003;37(3):616-623. R829010 (Final)
Journal Article Tufenkji N, Elimelech M. Deviation from the classical colloid filtration theory in the presence of repulsive DLVO interactions. Langmuir 2004;20(25):10818-10828. R829010 (Final)
Journal Article Tufenkji N, Elimelech M. Correlation equation for predicting single-collector efficiency in physicochemical filtration in saturated porous media. Environmental Science and Technology 2004;38(2):529-536. R829010 (Final)
Journal Article Tufenkji N, Miller GF, Ryan JN, Harvey RW, Elimelech M. Transport of Cryptosporidium oocysts in porous media: role of straining and physicochemical filtration. Environmental Science and Technology 2004;38(22):5932-5938. R829010 (Final)
Journal Article Tufenkji N, Elimelech M. Breakdown of colloid filtration theory: role of the secondary energy minimum and surface charge heterogeneities. Langmuir 2005;21(3):841-852. R829010 (Final)
Journal Article Tufenkji N, Elimelech M. Spatial distributions of Cryptosporidium oocysts in porous media: evidence for dual mode deposition. Environmental Science and Technology 2005;39(10):3620-3629. R829010 (Final)