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Project Publications: Duke University: Nanoparticle Based Strategies for Remediation of Contaminated Sediments: Implications, Synergies, and Antagonistic Effects with Associated Nano-Bioremediation

Superfund Research Program

Nanoparticle Based Strategies for Remediation of Contaminated Sediments: Implications, Synergies, and Antagonistic Effects with Associated Nano-Bioremediation

Project Leader: Claudia Gunsch
Co-Investigators: Mark R. Wiesner, Heileen Hsu-Kim
Grant Number: P42ES010356
Funding Period: 2011-2017

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Publications

2017

  • Bossa N, Carpenter AW, Kumar N, de Lannoy C, Wiesner MR. 2017. Cellulose nanocrystal zero-valent iron nanocomposites for groundwater remediation. Environ Sci Nano 4:1294-1303. doi:10.1039/c6en00572a PMID:29725541 PMCID:PMC5929147
  • Micic V, Schmid D, Bossa N, Gondikas A, Velimirovic M, von der Kammer F, Wiesner MR, Hofmann T. 2017. Impact of sodium humate coating on collector surfaces on deposition of polymer-coated nanoiron particles. Environ Sci Technol 51:9202-9209. doi:10.1021/acs.est.7b01224 PMID:28682625

2016

  • Czaplicki LM, Gunsch C. 2016. Reflection on molecular approaches influencing state-of-the-art bioremediation design: culturing to microbial community fingerprinting to omics. J Environ Eng (New York) 142(10):PMID:28348455 PMCID:PMC5364726
  • Czaplicki LN, Cooper EM, Ferguson PL, Stapleton HM, Vilgalys R, Gunsch C. 2016. A new perspective on sustainable soil remediation-case study suggests novel fungal genera could facilitate in situ biodegradation of hazardous contaminants. Remediation (N Y) 26(2):59-72. doi:10.1002/rem.21458 PMID:27917031 PMCID:PMC5130160
  • Lefevre E, Bossa N, Wiesner MR, Gunsch C. 2016. A review of the environmental implications of in situ remediation by nanoscale zero valent iron (nZVI): behavior, transport and impacts on microbial communities. Sci Total Environ 565:889-901. doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2016.02.003 PMID:26897610 PMCID:PMC5217753
  • Lefevre E, Cooper EM, Stapleton HM, Gunsch C. 2016. Characterization and adaptation of anaerobic sludge microbial communities exposed to tetrabromobisphenol A. PLoS One 11(7):e0157622. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0157622 PMID:27463972 PMCID:PMC4963083
  • Shan D, Deng S, Zhao T, Wang B, Wang Y, Huang J, Yu G, Winglee J, Wiesner MR. 2016. Preparation of ultrafine magnetic biochar and activated carbon for pharmaceutical adsorption and subsequent degradation by ball milling. J Hazard Mater 305:156-163. doi:10.1016/j.jhazmat.2015.11.047 PMID:26685062
  • Shan D, Deng S, Zhao T, Yu G, Winglee J, Wiesner MR. 2016. Preparation of regenerable granular carbon nanotubes by a simple heating-filtration method for efficient removal of typical pharmaceuticals. Chem Eng J 294:353-361. doi:10.1016/j.cej.2016.02.118

2015

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