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Harold D. May

Medical University of South Carolina
Department of Microbiology & Immunology
173 Ashley Ave. 224A BSB
POB 250504
Charleston, SC 29425
Phone: 843-792-7140
Fax: 843-792-2464
Email: mayh@musc.edu

Projects

Research Briefs

Hazardous Waste Sites

Aluminum Company Of America

  • Medical University of South Carolina: Integrating Microbial Biostimulation and Electrolytic Aeration to Degrade POPs

Ashley River

  • Medical University of South Carolina: Integrating Microbial Biostimulation and Electrolytic Aeration to Degrade POPs

Baltimore Harbor

  • Medical University of South Carolina: Integrating Microbial Biostimulation and Electrolytic Aeration to Degrade POPs

Fox River NRDA/PCB Releases

  • Medical University of South Carolina: Integrating Microbial Biostimulation and Electrolytic Aeration to Degrade POPs

Publications

2013

  • Chun C, Payne RB, Sowers KR, May HD. 2013. Electrical stimulation of microbial PCB degredation in sediment. Water Res47(1):141-152. doi:10.1016/j.watres.2012.09.038
  • Payne RB, Fagervold S, May HD, Sowers KR. 2013. Remediation of Polychlorinated Biphenyl Impacted Sediment by Concurrent Bioaugmentation with Anaerobic Halorespiring and Aerobic Degrading Bacteria. Environ Sci Technol47:3807-3815. doi:10.1021/es304372t

2012

2011

  • Fagervold S, Watts J, May HD, Sowers KR. 2011. Effects of bioaugmentation on indigenous PCB dechlorinating activity in sediment microcosms. Water Res45:3899-3907. doi:10.1016/j.watres.2011.04.048
  • Payne RB, May HD, Sowers KR. 2011. Enhanced reductive dechlorination of polychlorinated biphenyl impacted sediment by bioaugmentation with a Dehalorespiring bacterium. Environ Sci Technol45(20):8772-8779. doi:10.1021/es201553c

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