Application of Chemically Accelerated Biotreatment to Reduce Risk in Oil-Impacted Soils

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Conducted research in the following major focus areas: (1) Development of mild extraction approaches to estimate bioavailable fraction of crude oil residues in contaminated soils; (2) Application of these methods to understand decreases in toxicity and increases in sequestration of hydrocarbons over time, as well as the influence of soil properties on these processes; (3) Measurements of the abilities of various bacteria (PAH-degraders and others more representative of typical soil bacteria) to withstand oxidative treatments (i.e. Fenton's reaction) which would occur in CBT; and (4) Experiments into the biochemical/genetic inducibility of PAH degradation by compounds formed by the chemical oxidation ... continued below

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Paterek, J.R.; Bogan, W.W.; Lahner, L.M. & Trbovic, V. March 6, 2003.

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Conducted research in the following major focus areas: (1) Development of mild extraction approaches to estimate bioavailable fraction of crude oil residues in contaminated soils; (2) Application of these methods to understand decreases in toxicity and increases in sequestration of hydrocarbons over time, as well as the influence of soil properties on these processes; (3) Measurements of the abilities of various bacteria (PAH-degraders and others more representative of typical soil bacteria) to withstand oxidative treatments (i.e. Fenton's reaction) which would occur in CBT; and (4) Experiments into the biochemical/genetic inducibility of PAH degradation by compounds formed by the chemical oxidation of PAH.

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  • Report No.: DOE/BC/15223-1
  • Grant Number: AC26-99BC15223
  • DOI: 10.2172/808526 | External Link
  • Office of Scientific & Technical Information Report Number: 808526
  • Archival Resource Key: ark:/67531/metadc736402

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Paterek, J.R.; Bogan, W.W.; Lahner, L.M. & Trbovic, V. Application of Chemically Accelerated Biotreatment to Reduce Risk in Oil-Impacted Soils, report, March 6, 2003; Tulsa, Oklahoma. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc736402/: accessed November 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.