Publications for Center:

HSRC (1989) - Great Lakes/Mid Atlantic HSRC

Grant Number R825540

Book Chapter (1)
Journal Article (2)
Meeting (1)
Proceedings (3)
Reference Type Citation Progress Report Year Document Sources
Book Chapter Chawla RC, Liou R, Johnson Jr. JH, Tharakan JP. Biodegradation of PCBs in aqueous and soil systems. In:Wise DL, Trantolo DJ, Cichon EJ, Inyang HI, Stottmeister U, eds. Remediation of Contaminated Soils. New York, NY: Marcel Dekker, 2000, pp. 237-264. R825540C004 (2000)
Journal Article Diallo MS, Simpson A, Gassman P, Faulon JL, Johnson JH, Goddard WA III, Hatcher PG. 3-D structural modeling of humic acids through experimental characterization, computer assisted structure elucidation and atomistic simulations. 1. Chelsea soil humic acid. Environmental Science & Technology 2003;37(9):1783-1793. R825540C002 (2000)
Journal Article Tharakan JP, Gordon JA. Cometabolic biotransformation of (TNT) supported by using aromatic and non-aromatic cosubstrates. Chemosphere 1999;38(6):1323-1330. R825540C004 (2000)
Meeting Diallo, M. S.; Faulon, J. L.; Goddard, W. A. III.; Johnnson, J. H. Jr.; and Weber, W. J. Jr "Molecular Modeling of Chelsea Humic Acid: A Hierarchical Approach Based on Experimental Characterization, Computer Assisted Structure Elucidation and Atomistic Simulations." ACS, Division of Environmental Chemistry, Preprints of Extended Abstracts, 219th ACS National Meeting, San Francisco, CA, March 26-30, Vol, 40, No 1, 2000, 343. R825540C002 (2000)
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Proceedings Tharakan J, Tomlinson D, Liou R, Martin E. Simulation and field use of genetically engineered microorganisms (GEMs) for aerobic PCB cometabolic biodegradation in a cycling anaerobic/aerobic biological tilled soil reactor. In: Chlorinated Compounds Conference 2000: The Second International Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds, Monterey, CA, May 22-25, 2000. R825540C004 (2000)
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Proceedings Sada E, Liou RC, Tharakan JP, Chawla RC. Cometabolic biotransformation of PCBs in soil-slurry reactors using terpenes and biphenyl as cosubstrates with C. testosteroni and R. erythropolis. In: Hazardous and Industrial Waste Proceedings, 30th Mid-Atlantic Conference, Villanova, PA, July 1998, pp. 167-176. R825540C004 (2000)
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Proceedings Tharakan JP, Sada E, Liou R, Chawla RC. Transformation of Aroclor by indigenous and inoculated microbes in slurry reactors. In: Bioremediation of Nitroaromatic and Haloaromatic Compounds: Proceedings from The Fifth International In Situ and On-Site Bioremediation Symposium, San Diego, CA, April 19-22, 1999, pp. 179-184. R825540C004 (2000)
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