Effects of biosurfactant-producing bacteria on biodegradation and transport of phenanthrene in subsurface soil.
Chang, J. S., D. K. Cha, M. A. Radosevich, and Y. Jin. 2015.
J. of Environment Scice and Health part A, 50:611-616.
Kinetics of aerobic and anaerobic biomineralization of atrazine in surface and subsurface agricultural soils in Ohio.
Tuovinen, O. H., V. Deshmukh, B. Ozkaya, and M. A. Radosevich. 2015.
J. of Environment Science and Health part B.
An investigation for the need of secondary treatment of residential wastewater when applied with a subsurface drip irrigation system.
Buchanan, J. R., and B. Hillendbrand. 2014.
Proceedings, Innovations in Soil Based Wastewater Treatment. Soil Science Society of America, Albuquerque, NM, April 7-8.
Why are Rhodanobacter spp. so dominant in a uranium-contaminated subsurface environment?.
Green, S. et al., and P. Jardine. 2011.
111th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology.
Extensive Denitrification in the Subsurface of the Oak Ridge Site, Tennessee.
Horita, J., et al., and P. Jardine. 2011.
Assessing the Potential Consequences of Subsurface Bioremediation: Fe-oxide Bioreductive Processes and the Propensity for Secondary Mineral Precipitation, Media Structural Breakdown, and Contaminant–Colloid Co-Transport.
Jardine P., et al 2011.
Annual SERDP / ESTCP workshop.
Impact of Scale-Dependent Coupled Processes on of Contaminant Fate and Transport in Subsurface Environments.
Jardine, P. 2011.
The U.S. National Committee for Soil Science. National Academy of Sciences.
Subsurface Injection of Emulsified Vegetable Oil for Long-Term Bioreduction of Uranium and Nitrate.
Watson, D. et al, and P. Jardine. 2011.
Battelle symposium on Bioremediation and Sustainable Environmental Technologies..