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Anaerobic biotransformation of contaminants in the subsurface /
Anaerobic In-situ Treatment of Chlorinated Ethenes.
Biodegradation of Aromatic Hydrocarbons by Aquifer Microorganisms under Denitrifying Conditions.
Co-Solvent-Based Remediation Approaches.
Cost and Performance Report: In situ Anaerobic Bioremediation, Pinellas Northeast Site, Largo, Florida.
Effects of Three Concentrations of Mixed Fatty Acids on Dechlorination of Tetrachloroethene in Aquifer Microcosms.
Ground water issue : microbial processes affecting monitored natural attenuation of contaminants in the subsurface /
Long-term performance of permeable reactive barriers using zero-valent iron : an evaluation at two sites /
Remediation of Sites Contaminated with TCE.
Risk management research plan for ecosystem restoration in watersheds
Site Characterization Methods for the Design of In-situ Electron Donor Delivery Systems.
Stimulation of Reductive Dechlorination of Tetrachloroethene in Anaerobic Aquifer Microcosms by Addition of Short-Chain Organic Acids or Alcohols.
Stimulation of the Reductive Dechlorination of Tetrachloroethene in Anaerobic Aquifer Microcosms by the Addition of Toluene.
TCE removal from contaminated soil and ground water
TCE removal from contaminated soil and ground water /
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