Development, operation, and long-term performance of a full-scale biocurtain utilizing bioaugmentation.

@article{Dybas2002DevelopmentOA,
  title={Development, operation, and long-term performance of a full-scale biocurtain utilizing bioaugmentation.},
  author={Michael J. Dybas and David W. Hyndman and R. Heine and James M. Tiedje and Katrina D Linning and David Wiggert and Thomas Voice and Xianda Zhao and Leslie Dybas and Craig S. Criddle},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2002},
  volume={36 16},
  pages={3635-44}
}
A full-scale field evaluation of bioaugmentation was conducted in a carbon tetrachloride (CT)- and nitrate-impacted aquifer at Schoolcraft, MI. The added organism was Pseudomonas stutzeri KC (strain KC), a denitrifying bacterium that cometabolically degrades CT without producing chloroform (CF). To introduce and maintain strain KC in the aquifer, a row of closely spaced (1-m) injection/extraction wells were installed normal to the direction of groundwater flow near the leading edge of the CT… CONTINUE READING

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