Ryan Perry

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  • Jill Ghelerter, Ghelerter, Jill E Ghelerter, W Crawford, Elliott Seth Rose, Jack Spadaro +5 others
  • 2015
Salt marshes are one of the most difficult environments to remediate due to their sensitive and important ecosystems. Traditional cleanup methods can do more harm to the marsh than the oil itself. Bioremediation is the preferred cleanup approach for these delicate environments. Typically bioremedi‐ ation has been carried out by the addition of nutrients but(More)
  • Edwina Heyhoe, Joe Motha, Ryan Perry, Leo Dobes, Research Manager
PREFACE Article 16 bis was a last-minute addition to the Protocol negotiated in Kyoto in December 1997 at the third Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. It calls on the Parties to develop rules and guidelines for emissions trading 'for the purpose of meeting quantified emission limitation and reduction(More)
Reproductive success is the most important factor in beef cattle production and is affected by timing of pubertal onset in heifers, and reproductive biotechnologies utilized. Three studies were conducted to evaluate the effects of pubertal status, ADG and two fixed time AI protocols on reproductive success in beef heifers. In the first study, Heifers that(More)
Sulfate-and Fe(III)-reducing, and methanogenic prokaryotes (SRP, FRP, MGP) are key players in metabolic pathways involved in anaerobic biodegradation processes. Understanding the metabolic activity of these microbes in environments can enhance microbe-mediated processes such as oil spill bioremediation and methane biogas production. In this study, anaerobic(More)
The research of this group continues to be the study of the vibrations of crystal lattices by infrared and Raman spectroscopy. The frequencies of many of the normal modes of lattice vibration can be determined in this way, which give results of significance for many of the properties of solids and assist in the deduction of interatomic-force laws for the(More)
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