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Your Environment. Your Health.

Program Publications: University of Texas-Austin: Funnel and Gate Innovations - Stabilization and Treatment of Contaminated Sediments

Superfund Research Program

Funnel and Gate Innovations - Stabilization and Treatment of Contaminated Sediments

Project Leader: Danny D. Reible
Grant Number: R01ES016154
Funding Period: 2007-2011

Publications

2015

2012

2010

2009

  • Galjour J, Ma S, Moretti L, Lu X, Reible DD, Knox A, Paller M, Olsta J. 2009. Organoclay for the control of dissolved and separate phase contaminants: Laboratory and Field Studies. In: Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Remediation of Contaminated Sediments. Battelle, Jacksonville, FL.
  • Himmelheber DW, Thomas SH, Loeffler FE, Taillefert M, Hughes JB. 2009. Microbial colonization of an in situ sediment cap and correlation to stratified redox zones. Environ Sci Technol 43(1):66-74. doi:10.1021/es801834e PMID:19209586
  • Yan F, Reible DD, Lowry GV, Gregory KB, Sun M. 2009. Electrode-based reactive capping of contaminated sediments for in situ redox control. In: ACS 2009 Fall Meeting, Division of Environmental Chemistry. Washington, DC.

2008

  • Himmelheber DW, Taillefert M, Pennell KD, Hughes JB. 2008. Spatial and temporal evolution of biogeochemical processes following in situ capping of contaminated sediments. Environ Sci Technol 42(11):4113-4120. doi:10.1021/es702626x PMID:18589974
  • Himmelheber DW, Taillefert M, Thomas SH, Loeffler FE, Pennell KD, Hughes JB. 2008. Spatial Distribution of Biogeochemical Processes Following In Situ Capping of Contaminated Sediments. In: Proceedings of The Sixth International Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds. Battelle Press, Columbus, OH.
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