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Action of a Fluoranthene-Utilizing Bacterial Community on Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Components of Creosote.
Aerobic Metabolism of Trichloroethylene by a Bacterial Isolate.
Anaerobic Degradation of Chloroaromatic Compounds in Aquatic Sediments under a Variety of Enrichment Conditions.
Aquation test systems for studying the fate of xenobiotic compounds /
Assessing the Biodegradation of Sediment Associated Chemicals.
Biodegradation of pesticides in sediments
Biodegradation of Trichloroethylene and Involvement of an Aromatic Biodegradative Pathway.
Biological and Abiotic Degradation of Xenobiotic Compounds in Vitro Estaurine Water and Sediment/Water Systems.
Bioremediation as a Technology: Experiences with the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill.
Bioremediation Treatability Trials Using Nutrient Application to Enhance Cleanup of Oil Contaminated Shoreline.
Biotic and Abiotic Degradation Rates of Methyl Parathion in Freshwater and Estuarine Water and Sediment Samples.
Characteristics of Bacteria Adapted to Low Nutrient Conditions in Lake Ontario.
Characterization of Anaerobic Dechlorinating Consortia Derived from Aquatic Sediments.
Chromium Biotreatment in Soil, Chapter 6.
Comparison of p-Nitrophenol Biodegradation in Field and Laboratory Test Systems.
Concepts in Improving Polychlorinated Biphenyl Bioavailability to Bioremediation Strategies.
Creosote-Contaminated Sites: Their Potential for Bioremediation.
Dibutylphthalate Degradation in Estuarine and Freshwater Sites.
Effect of Inoculation on the Biodegradation of Weathered Prudhoe Bay Crude Oil.
Effectiveness and Regulatory Issues in Oil Spill Bioremediation: Experiences with the EXXON VALDEZ Oil Spill in Alaska. (Chapter 12).
Effects of Adaptation on Biodegradation Rates in Sediment/Water Cores from Estuarine and Freshwater Environments.
Effects of Kepone on Estuarine Microorganisms.
Effects of Lugworms and Seagrass on Kepone (Trade Name) (Chlordecone) Distribution in Sediment/Water Laboratory Systems.
Environmental fate and effects of shale-derived jet fuel /
Fate of Environmental Pollutants.
Fate of Environmental Pollutants.
Fate of Fenthion in Salt-Marsh Environments: 1. Factors Affecting Biotic and Abiotic Degradation Rates in Water and Sediment.
Fate of Fenthion in Salt-Marsh Environments: 2. Transport and Biodegradation in Microcosms.
Fate of Pollutants (Journal Version).
Guidelines for biodegradation test methods used to evaluate biodegradability of chemicals in the environment
Interdependent Microcosms for the Assessment of Pollutants in the Marine Environment.
Isolation and Characterization of a Fluoranthene-Utilizing Strain of 'Pseudomonas paucimobilis'.
Metabolism of Fenthion by Aquatic Microbial Communities.
Microbial Toxicity Studies.
Movement of Kepone (Trade Name) (Chlordecone) Across an Undisturbed Sediment-Water Interface in Laboratory Systems.
Novel Pathway of Toluene Catabolism in the Trichloroethylene-Degrading Bacterium G4.
Oil spill bioremediation project : interim report /
Perspective on the Role of Microcosms in Environmental Fate and Effects Assessments.
Phenol and Trichloroethylene Degradation by 'Pseudomonas cepacia' G4: Kinetics and Interactions between Substrates.
Phenylacetic Acid Metabolism by Three Aquatic Bacteria Isolated from Continuous Culture Enrichments.
Physical and Biological Parameters that Determine the Fate of 'p'-Chlorophenol in Laboratory Test Systems.
Proceedings of the workshop : biodegradation kinetics : Navarre Beach, Florida, 18-20 October 1983 /
Proceedings of the Workshop : Microbial Degradation of Pollutants in Marine Environments, Pensacola Beach, Florida, 9-14 April 1978 /
Proceedings of the Workshop--Microbial Degradation of Pollutants in Marine Environments, Pensacola Beach, Florida, 9-14 April 1978 /
Recent Developments in Cleanup Technologies.
Review of progress in biotechnology-microbial pest control agent risk assessment /
Shake-Flask Test for Estimation of Biodegradability of Toxic Organic Substances in the Aquatic Environment.
Studies on the Microbial Ecology of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Biodegradation.
The degradation of oil in continuous culture /
The Degradation of Oil in Continuous Culture.
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