Publications Details for:

Environmentally Acceptable Endpoints: Risk Based Remediation Using Bioremediation
Grant Number R822721C529
RFA: Gulf Coast Hazardous Substance Research Center (Lamar University) (1996)
Dissertation/Thesis (2)
Journal Article (1)
Paper (1)
Presentation (12)
Proceedings (4)
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Dissertation/Thesis Beeler MA. Effect of biological treatment on the release of hydrocarbons from soil. Thesis, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, 1998. R822721C529 (Final)
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Dissertation/Thesis Dickerson KT. Effect of soil and chemical characteristics on the release of hydrocarbons from soil. Thesis, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, 1998. R822721C529 (Final)
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Journal Article Williamson DG, Loehr RC, Kimura Y. Release of chemicals from contaminated soils. Journal of Soil Contamination 1998;7(5):543-558. R822721C529 (Final)
Paper Loehr RC, Webster MT. Reductions in hydrocarbon availability as a result of bioremediation. R822721C529 (Final)
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Presentation Loehr RC. Bringing science into the decision making process. Presented at the Bioavailability Session at DOD BRAC Cleanup Team Workshop, National Environmental Policy Institute, St. Louis, MO, May 1998. R822721C529 (Final)
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Presentation Loehr RC. Perspectives on environmentally protective endpoints for remediation of contaminated soils and sites. Presented at the Simon W. Freese Environmental Engineering Lecture, 25th Annual Conference on Environmental Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers, Norfolk, VA, July 1999. R822721C529 (Final)
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Presentation Loehr RC. Acceptable remediation endpoints. Presented at the Environmental Engineering Series, Cullen College of Engineering, University of Houston, Houston, TX, March 1998. R822721C529 (Final)
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Presentation Loehr RC. Bioavailability: scientific perspectives. Bioavailability: using what we know, learning what we need. Presented at the National Environmental Policy Institute and Cornell University Superfund Basic Research and Education Program, Washington, DC, December 1998. R822721C529 (Final)
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Presentation Loehr RC, Webster MT, Beeler MA. Effect of treatment on the available fraction of contaminants in soil. Presented at the Environmental Biotechnologies & Site Remediation Technologies, IGT International Symposium, Lake Buena Vista, FL, December 1998. R822721C529 (Final)
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Presentation Loehr RC. Environmentally acceptable endpoint (EAE) concepts to evaluate the effectiveness of biological treatment for hydrocarbon contaminated soil. Presented at the Eighth Annual West Coast Conference on Contaminated Soils and Groundwater: Analysis, Fate, Environmental and Public Health Effects, Remediation, and Regulation, The Association for the Environmental Health of Soils and the Navy, Oxnard, CA, March 1998. R822721C529 (Final)
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Presentation Loehr RC. Environmentally acceptable endpoint data for site remediation decisions. Presented at the Eighth Annual West Coast Conference on Contaminated Soils and Groundwater: Analysis, Fate, Environmental and Public Health Effects, Remediation, and Regulation, The Association for the Environmental Health of Soils and the Navy, Oxnard, CA, March 1998. R822721C529 (Final)
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Presentation Loehr RC. Environmentally acceptable endpoints-factors affecting the release of chemicals from soils. Presented at the National RCRA Workshop on Groundwater Remediation at Refineries, Denver, CO, September 1998. R822721C529 (Final)
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Presentation Loehr RC. Environmentally acceptable endpoints-overview. Presented at the Partners in Environmental Technology 98 Technical Symposium & Workshop, Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program, Arlington, VA, December 1998. R822721C529 (Final)
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Presentation Loehr RC. Environmentally protective endpoints: an important component of corrective action programs. Presented at the RCRA Policy Forum, Washington, DC, May 1999. R822721C529 (Final)
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Presentation Loehr RC, Webster MT, Finn J, Edwards J. Use of EAE concepts to evaluate the effectiveness of biological treatment for MGP site soils. Presented at the IGT Gas, Oil, and Environmental Biotechnology Conference, Lake Buena Vista, FL, December 1997. R822721C529 (Final)
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Presentation Webster MT, Dickerson KT, Beeler MA, Loehr RC. Release of hydrocarbons from untreated and bioremediated soils. Presented at the Society of Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry National Conference, Charlotte, NC, November 1998. R822721C529 (Final)
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Proceedings Beeler MA, Loehr RC, Webster MT. Effects of bioremediation on the release of hydrocarbons from soil. In: Proceedings of the 1998 Petroleum Hydrocarbons and Organic Chemicals in Ground Water Conference: Prevention, Detection, and Remediation, Houston, TX, November 1998. R822721C529 (Final)
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Proceedings Dickerson K, Loehr RC, Webster MT. Effect of soil and chemical characteristics on the release of hydrocarbons from soil. In: Proceedings of the 1998 Petroleum Hydrocarbons and Organic Chemicals in Ground Water Conference: Prevention, Detection, and Remediation, Houston, TX, November 1998. R822721C529 (Final)
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Proceedings Loehr RC, Webster MT. Bioavailability of hydrocarbons in untreated and bioremediated field soils. In: Proceedings of the SPE/EPA Exploration and Production Environmental Conference, Austin, TX, March 1999, SPE Paper #52728. R822721C529 (Final)
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Proceedings Webster MT, Loehr RC. Evaluation of chemical release to groundwater from contaminated soils. In: Proceedings of the 5th International Petroleum Environmental Conference, Albuquerque, NM, October 1998. R822721C529 (Final)
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