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The Resource Bioremediation of surface and subsurface contamination, edited by Rakesh K. Bajpai and Mark E. Zappi

Bioremediation of surface and subsurface contamination, edited by Rakesh K. Bajpai and Mark E. Zappi

Label
Bioremediation of surface and subsurface contamination
Title
Bioremediation of surface and subsurface contamination
Statement of responsibility
edited by Rakesh K. Bajpai and Mark E. Zappi
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
  • 500 s
  • 628.5
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
  • Q11
  • TD1061
LC item number
.N5 vol. 829
Literary form
non fiction
NAL call number
500
NAL item number
N484 v.829
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Bajpai, Rakesh K
  • Zappi, Mark E
Series statement
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
Series volume
v. 829
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Hazardous waste site remediation
  • Bioremediation
  • Hazardous Waste
  • Biodegradation
  • Biodegradation, Environmental
  • Soil Pollutants
Label
Bioremediation of surface and subsurface contamination, edited by Rakesh K. Bajpai and Mark E. Zappi
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Based on a symposium sponsored by the Engineering Foundation and held between January 23-26, 1996 in Palm Court, Florida
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Sequestration and realistic risk from toxic chemicals remaining after bioremediation -- Moving innovative biotechnologies to the field: an engineering perspective -- Roadblocks to the implementation of biotreatment strategies -- An overview of research on the beneficial effects of vegetation in contaminated soil -- Bioavailability and biodegradation kinetics protocol for organic pollutant compounds to achieve environmentally acceptable endpoints during bioremediation -- Effect of some common solubility enhancers on microbial growth
  • Principle of superposition applied to adsorption experiments to differentiate strong binding mechanisms -- Treatment of trichloroethylene- contaminated water with a fluidized-bed bioreactor -- Complete reductive dechlorination of trichloroethene by a groundwater microbial consortium -- Biotreatment of PAH-contaminated soils/sediments -- Microbial degradation and treatment of polycyclic aromatic hydocarbons and plasticizers -- Kinetics of BTEX degradation by a nitrate-reducing mixed culture
  • Evaluation of bioslurry ecosystems for removal of TNT from contaminated soil using a variety of process amendments -- Bioremediation using composting or anaerobic treatment for ordnance-contaminated soils -- Screening of aquatic and wetland plant species for phytoremediation of explosives-contaminated groundwater from the Iowa Army Ammunition Plant -- Fate of explosive contaminants in plants -- A microcosm study on remediation of explosives-contaminated groundwater using constructed wetlands -- Recent developments in formulating model descriptors for
  • Subsurface transformation and sorption of trinitrotoluene -- Application of continuous culture technology for the development of explosives-degrading microorganisms -- Regulation of intracellular toxic metals and other cations by hydrolysis of polyphosphate -- Microbial migration in soil: influence of sodiumhexametaphosphate -- Sequential electron acceptor model for evaluation of in situ bioremediation of petroleum hydrocarbon contaminants in groundwater -- Transport and survival of a genetically engineered Pseudomonas cepacia strain in soil columns during wet/dry cycles -- Composting as a reactor design problem: modeling
  • And experiment -- Bioreactors for soil and sediment remediation -- Bioventing pilot test results at the low point drain area -- First production-level bioremediation of explosives-contaminated soil in the United States
  • Sequestration and realistic risk from toxic chemicals remaining after bioremediation -- Moving innovative biotechnologies to the field: an engineering perspective -- Roadblocks to the implementation of biotreatment strategies -- An overview of research on the beneficial effects of vegetation in contaminated soil -- Bioavailability and biodegradation kinetics protocol for organic pollutant compounds to achieve environmentally acceptable endpoints during bioremediation -- Effect of some common solubility enhancers on microbial growth -- Principle of superposition applied to adsorption experiments to differentiate strong binding mechanisms -- Treatment of trichloroethylene-contaminated water with a fluidized-bed bioreactor -- Complete reductive dechlorination of trichloroethene by a groundwater microbial consortium -- Biotreatment of PAH-contaminated soils/sediments -- Microbial degradation and treatment of polycyclic aromatic hydocarbons and plasticizers -- Kinetics of BTEX degradation by a nitrate-reducing mixed culture -- Evaluation of bioslurry ecosystems for removal of TNT from contaminated soil using a variety of process amendments -- Bioremdiation using composting or anaerobic treatment for ordnance-contaminated soils -- Screening of aquatic and wetland plant species for phytoremediation of explosives-contaminated groundwater from the Iowa Army Ammunition Plant -- Fate of explosive contaminants in plants -- A microcosm study on remediation of explosives-contaminated groundwater using constructed wetlands -- Recent developments in formulating model descriptors for subsurface transformation and sorption of trinitrotoluene
Control code
37398062
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xi, 341 pages
Isbn
9781573310659
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
97034037
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)37398062
Label
Bioremediation of surface and subsurface contamination, edited by Rakesh K. Bajpai and Mark E. Zappi
Publication
Note
Based on a symposium sponsored by the Engineering Foundation and held between January 23-26, 1996 in Palm Court, Florida
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Sequestration and realistic risk from toxic chemicals remaining after bioremediation -- Moving innovative biotechnologies to the field: an engineering perspective -- Roadblocks to the implementation of biotreatment strategies -- An overview of research on the beneficial effects of vegetation in contaminated soil -- Bioavailability and biodegradation kinetics protocol for organic pollutant compounds to achieve environmentally acceptable endpoints during bioremediation -- Effect of some common solubility enhancers on microbial growth
  • Principle of superposition applied to adsorption experiments to differentiate strong binding mechanisms -- Treatment of trichloroethylene- contaminated water with a fluidized-bed bioreactor -- Complete reductive dechlorination of trichloroethene by a groundwater microbial consortium -- Biotreatment of PAH-contaminated soils/sediments -- Microbial degradation and treatment of polycyclic aromatic hydocarbons and plasticizers -- Kinetics of BTEX degradation by a nitrate-reducing mixed culture
  • Evaluation of bioslurry ecosystems for removal of TNT from contaminated soil using a variety of process amendments -- Bioremediation using composting or anaerobic treatment for ordnance-contaminated soils -- Screening of aquatic and wetland plant species for phytoremediation of explosives-contaminated groundwater from the Iowa Army Ammunition Plant -- Fate of explosive contaminants in plants -- A microcosm study on remediation of explosives-contaminated groundwater using constructed wetlands -- Recent developments in formulating model descriptors for
  • Subsurface transformation and sorption of trinitrotoluene -- Application of continuous culture technology for the development of explosives-degrading microorganisms -- Regulation of intracellular toxic metals and other cations by hydrolysis of polyphosphate -- Microbial migration in soil: influence of sodiumhexametaphosphate -- Sequential electron acceptor model for evaluation of in situ bioremediation of petroleum hydrocarbon contaminants in groundwater -- Transport and survival of a genetically engineered Pseudomonas cepacia strain in soil columns during wet/dry cycles -- Composting as a reactor design problem: modeling
  • And experiment -- Bioreactors for soil and sediment remediation -- Bioventing pilot test results at the low point drain area -- First production-level bioremediation of explosives-contaminated soil in the United States
  • Sequestration and realistic risk from toxic chemicals remaining after bioremediation -- Moving innovative biotechnologies to the field: an engineering perspective -- Roadblocks to the implementation of biotreatment strategies -- An overview of research on the beneficial effects of vegetation in contaminated soil -- Bioavailability and biodegradation kinetics protocol for organic pollutant compounds to achieve environmentally acceptable endpoints during bioremediation -- Effect of some common solubility enhancers on microbial growth -- Principle of superposition applied to adsorption experiments to differentiate strong binding mechanisms -- Treatment of trichloroethylene-contaminated water with a fluidized-bed bioreactor -- Complete reductive dechlorination of trichloroethene by a groundwater microbial consortium -- Biotreatment of PAH-contaminated soils/sediments -- Microbial degradation and treatment of polycyclic aromatic hydocarbons and plasticizers -- Kinetics of BTEX degradation by a nitrate-reducing mixed culture -- Evaluation of bioslurry ecosystems for removal of TNT from contaminated soil using a variety of process amendments -- Bioremdiation using composting or anaerobic treatment for ordnance-contaminated soils -- Screening of aquatic and wetland plant species for phytoremediation of explosives-contaminated groundwater from the Iowa Army Ammunition Plant -- Fate of explosive contaminants in plants -- A microcosm study on remediation of explosives-contaminated groundwater using constructed wetlands -- Recent developments in formulating model descriptors for subsurface transformation and sorption of trinitrotoluene
Control code
37398062
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xi, 341 pages
Isbn
9781573310659
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
97034037
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)37398062

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