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Main Title Bioremediation of surface and subsurface contamination
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Bajpai, Rakesh K.
Zappi, Mark E.
Publisher New York Academy of Sciences,
Year Published 1997
OCLC Number 37398062
ISBN 1573310646 (cloth : alk. paper) 1573310654 (pbk. : alk. paper)
Subjects Hazardous waste site remediation--Congresses ; Bioremediation--Congresses ; Biodegradation--congresses ; Hazardous Waste--congresses ; Soil Pollutants--congresses
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EIAM  Q11.N5 vol. 829 Region 2 Library/New York,NY 07/15/2000
Collation xi, 341 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
"The papers in this volume resulted from a conference entitled Bioremediation of Surface and Subsurface Contamination held on January 21-26, 1996 in Palm Coast, Florida by the Engineering Foundation"--Contents p. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Notes
Sequestration and realistic risk from toxic chemicals remaining after bioremediation -- Moving innovative biotechnologies to the field: an engineering perspective -- Roadblocks to the implementation of biotreatment strategies -- An overview of research on the beneficial effects of vegetation in contaminated soil -- Bioavailability and biodegradation kinetics protocol for organic pollutant compounds to achieve environmentally acceptable endpoints during bioremediation -- Effect of some common solubility enhancers on microbial growth -- Principle of superposition applied to adsorption experiments to differentiate strong binding mechanisms -- Treatment of trichloroethylene-contaminated water with a fluidized-bed bioreactor -- Complete reductive dechlorination of trichloroethene by a groundwater microbial consortium -- Biotreatment of PAH-contaminated soils/sediments -- Microbial degradation and treatment of polycyclic aromatic hydocarbons and plasticizers -- Kinetics of BTEX degradation by a nitrate-reducing mixed culture -- Evaluation of bioslurry ecosystems for removal of TNT from contaminated soil using a variety of process amendments -- Bioremediation using composting or anaerobic treatment for ordnance-contaminated soils -- Screening of aquatic and wetland plant species for phytoremediation of explosives-contaminated groundwater from the Iowa Army Ammunition Plant -- Fate of explosive contaminants in plants -- A microcosm study on remediation of explosives-contaminated groundwater using constructed wetlands -- Recent developments in formulating model descriptors for subsurface transformation and sorption of trinitrotoluene -- Application of continuous culture technology for the development of explosives-degrading microorganisms -- Regulation of intracellular toxic metals and other cations by hydrolysis of polyphosphate -- Microbial migration in soil: influence of sodiumhexametaphosphate -- Sequential electron acceptor model for evaluation of in situ bioremediation of petroleum hydrocarbon contaminants in groundwater -- Transport and survival of a genetically engineered Pseudomonas cepacia strain in soil columns during wet/dry cycles -- Composting as a reactor design problem: modeling and experiment -- Bioreactors for soil and sediment remediation -- Bioventing pilot test results at the low point drain area --First production-level bioremediation of explosives-contaminated soil in the United States.