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Main Title Microbial transport through porous media : the effects of hydraulic conductivity and injection velocity /
Author Marlow, H. J. ; Duston, K. L. ; Wiesner, M. R. ; Tomson, M. B. ; Wilson, J. T.
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Author Title of a Work
Wisener, M. R.
Ward, C. H.
Duston, K. L.
Tomson, M. B.
Wilson, John T.
CORP Author National Center for Ground Water Research, Houston, TX. ;Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Lab., Ada, OK.
Publisher Rice University ; U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory,
Year Published 1992
Report Number EPA/600/A-92/024; EPA-DW14934013
Stock Number PB92-150465
OCLC Number 29290401
Additional Subjects Biological treatment ; Microorganisms ; Environmental transport ; Porous media ; Path of pollutants ; Remedial action ; Waste management ; Hydraulic conductivity ; Injection ; Water pollution control ; Filtration ; Physicochemical properties ; Experimental design ; Potable water ; Soil dynamics ; Aquifers ; Land pollution control ; Hazardous materials ; Reprints
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EMBD  PB92-150465 NRMRL/GWERD Library/Ada,OK 04/30/2004
NTIS  PB92-150465 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 01/01/1988
Collation 11 pages ; 28 cm
Abstract
The work was motivated in part by interest in the injection of microorganisms with novel metabolic capabilities to remediate hazardous waste sites as well as by the importance of assessing the transport of pathogenic microorganisms to infiltration galleries and wells used for drinking water supplies. The effects of hydraulic conductivity and injection velocity on microbial transport through porous media were investigated. Glass chromatography columns were packed separately with clean quartz sand of two diameters (0.368 mm or 0.240 mm) and two hydraulic conductivities (.137 cm/sec and .0365 x 10-2 cm/sec respectively). Three injection velocities, .00118, .00235 and .00473 cm/sec were investigated. Microbial transport under the conditions tested was limited and could be predicted mathematically using a model for physicochemical filtration.
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EPA/600/A-92/024. PB92-150465. "Published in: Bioremediation: Fundamentals and Effective Applications, Proceedings of the 3rd Annual Symposium Gulf Coast Hazardous Substance Research Center, pp. 75-82, Feb. 21-22, 1991." Microfiche.