Bioaugmentation with Dehalococcoides: a Decision Guide

@inproceedings{Stroo2013BioaugmentationWD,
  title={Bioaugmentation with Dehalococcoides: a Decision Guide},
  author={H. Stroo and D. Major and R. Steffan and S. Koenigsberg and C. H. Ward},
  year={2013}
}
Bioaugmentation with Dehalocccoides strains has the potential to improve the performance and/or reduce the costs of in situ bioremediation. However, deciding whether the costs of bioaugmentation are justified is often difficult. This chapter is intended to help site managers in this decision-making process. The chapter is structured around a flowchart based on a series of diagnostic questions and site conditions that are critical in determining whether to bioaugment. After introducing the key… Expand

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