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Bioremediation Technologies for Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Compounds - 5(8)

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Title: Bioremediation Technologies for Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Compounds - 5(8)
Author: Andrea; Alleman, Bruce C., Leeson
ISBN: 1574770810 / 9781574770810
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 358
Publisher: Battelle Press
Year: 1999
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Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon compounds (PAHs) are common and challenging contaminants that affect soil and sediments. Methods for treating PAHs have undergone change and refinement in the recent past, and this volume presents the latest trends in PAH remediation theory and practice. The papers in this volume cover topics ranging from the remediation of manufactured gas plant (MGP) sites to the remediation of sediments. The papers present lab and field studies, characterization studies, comparison studies, and descriptions of technologies ranging from composting to thermally enhanced bioremediation to fungal technologies and other innovative approaches. This book is one of the eight-volume proceedings from the 1999 International In Situ and On-Site Bioremediation Symposium held in San Diego, April 1999.

Foreword

Chapter 1 : New Plug Flow Slurry Bioreactor for Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Degradation
Chapter 2 : Treatment of Town-Gas Soil Pollutants with Bioslurry Conditions
Chapter 3 : Demonstration of The Natural Attenuation of Phenols at A Coking Facility
Chapter 4 : Intrinsic Bioremediation of PAH Compounds at A Fuel-Contaminated Site
Chapter 5 : Bioremediation Potential of PAHs in Compost
Chapter 6 : Remediation of Contaminated East River Sediment by Composting Technology
Chapter 7 : A Landfarming Field Study of Creosote-Contaminated Soil
Chapter 8 : Full-Scale Bioremediation of PAH.
Chapter 9 : Biodegradation of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Soils Containing Weathered Crude Oil
Chapter 10 : Measured Bioavailability as A Tool for Managing Cleanup and Risks on Landfarms
Chapter 11 : Recycling of Concentrated Refinery Tar Residues Using Bioremediation
Chapter 12 : Development of White Rot Fungal Technology for PAH Degradation
Chapter 13 : Pure Cultures of A Penicillium Species Metabolize Pyrenequinones to Inextractable Products
Chapter 14 : Surfactant Enhancement of White-Rot Fungal PAH Soil Remediation
Chapter 15 : Use of Residual Substrate from Mushroom Farms to Stimulate Biodegradation of Poorly Available PAHs
Chapter 16 : Degradation of Benzo(a)pyrene in Soil by White Rot Fungi
Chapter 17 : Degradation of Aged Creosote-Contaminated Soil by Pleurotus ostreatus
Chapter 18 : Degradation of Aromatic Pollutants by A Nonbasidomycete Ligninolytic Fungus
Chapter 19 : Investigations into The Factors Limiting Bioremediation of PAH-Contaminated Sites
Chapter 20 : Characterization of Microflorae Degrading Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons of Contaminated Soils
Chapter 21 : Hydrobiological Controls on Transport and Remediation of Organic Pollutants
Chapter 22 : Case History : Reclamation of A Former Manufacturing Gas Plant
Chapter 23 : Analysis of PAHs and Metabolites During Treatment of Contaminated Soil
Chapter 24 : Transformations in The Sand Filtration Step of A Groundwater Treatment Plant Situated on A Former Gasworks Site
Chapter 25 : Pilot-Scale Design of IGT's MGP-REM Process for Soil Remediation
Chapter 26 : Biodegradation of 6 PAHs in Kuwaiti, Japanese, and Thai Soils
Chapter 27 : Effect of Humic Acids on The Bioavailability of PAHs from Weathered Soils
Chapter 28 : In Situ Bioremediation of Degradable Contaminants from A Former Wood Treatment Facility
Chapter 29 : Measurement and Comparison of Monod Biodegradation Parameters of PAHs
Chapter 30 : Biodegradation of Fluoranthene and Benzo[a]Pyrene Related to Micro-Aggregation of Soil
Chapter 31 : Relationship Between Detoxification and Decontamination During The Treatment of A PAH-Contaminated Soil
Chapter 32 : Naphthalene Degradation and Mineralization by Nitrate-Reducing and Denitrifying Pure Cultures
Chapter 33 : Biotransformation of Ten PAHs by Means of an Aerobic Mixed Culture
Chapter 34 : Biodegradation of Anthracene Oil in Soil
Chapter 35 : Evaluation of Microbial Species Diversity at A Former Town Gas Site
Chapter 36 : Assessment of Acute PAH Toxicity Using Prokaryote Biosensors
Chapter 37 : Bacterial Assemblage Adaptation in PAH-Impacted Ecosystems
Chapter 38 : Fe(III) Ligands as Oxidants to Enhance Bioremediation
Chapter 39 : Effects of Aging on The Mobility of PAHs in Soils
Chapter 40 : Prediction of PAH Bioavailability in Soils and Sediments by Persulfate Oxidation
Chapter 41 : Temporal Changes in The Bioavailability of PAHs in Soils
Chapter 42 : Can Bioavailability of PAHs Be Assessed by A Chemical Means?
Chapter 43 : Bioavailability of Cable-Insulating Oil to Soil Biota
Chapter 44 : Enhanced Biodegradation of PAH Contaminants in Soil by Thermal Pretreatment
Chapter 45 : Sequestration of PAHs in Size- and Density-Fractionated Estuarine Sediments
Chapter 46 : Field-Scale Bioremediation Monitoring Utilizing Bioluminescent Genetically Engineered Microorganisms
Chapter 47 : Impact of Adsorption and Desorption on Bioremediation of PAH-Contaminated Estuarian Sediments
Chapter 48 : Microscale Characterization of PAH Sequestration on Sediments
Chapter 49 : PAH Distribution and Biodegradation in The Delaware and Schuykill Rivers
Chapter 50 : Quantifying Factors That Influence PAH Biodegradation Rates in Marine Sediments
Chapter 51 : Comparison of Bench-Scale and Field Treatments for Sediment Bioremediation
Chapter 52 : Microbial Degradation of Intertidal Creosote—Wyckoff/Eagle Harbor Superfund Site

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