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Aerobic Soil Microcosms for Long-Term Biodegradation of Hydrocarbon Vapors.
Anaerobic and Aerobic Treatment of Chlorinated, Aliphatic Compounds.
Bioaugmentation with Burkholderia cepacia PR1
for in situ bioremediation of trichloroethylene contaminated water /
Biotransformation of gasoline-contaminated groundwater under mixed electron-acceptor conditions /
Champion International Superfund Site, Libby Montana : bioremdiation field performance evaluation of the prepared bed land treatment system ; volumes 1 and 2 /
Champion International Superfund Site, Libby, Montana : bioremediation field performance evaluation of the prepared bed land treatment systems /
Champion International Superfund Site, Libby, Montana Field Performance Evaluation. Bioremediation Unit: 'In situ' Bioremediation of the Upper Aquifer.
Constitutive Degradation of Trichloroethylene by an Altered Bacterium in a Gas-Phase Bioreactor.
Environmental Fate Data Base (ENVIROFATE): Microbial Degradation/Toxicity Data (BIOLOG), September 1989.
Microcosm and In situ Field Studies of Enhanced Biotransformation of Trichloroethylene by Phenol-Utilizing Microorganisms.
Summary of Workshop on Biodegradation of MTBE, February 1-3, 2000 /
ZenoGem® wastewater treatment process.
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