Extended Tailing of Bacteria Following Breakthrough at the Narrow Channel Focus Area , Oyster , Virginia

@inproceedings{Zhang2016ExtendedTO,
  title={Extended Tailing of Bacteria Following Breakthrough at the Narrow Channel Focus Area , Oyster , Virginia},
  author={Pengfei Zhang and William P Johnson and Timothy D. Scheibe and Keun-Hyung Choi and Fred C Dobbs and Brian J. Mailloux},
  year={2016}
}
Extended tailing of low bacterial concentrations following breakthrough at the Narrow Channel focus area was observed for 4 months. Bacterial attachment and detachment kinetics associated with breakthrough and extended tailing were determined by fitting a one-dimensional transport model to the field breakthrough-tailing data. Spatial variations in attachment rate coefficient (k f) were observed under forced gradient conditions (i.e., kf decreased as travel distance increased), possibly because… CONTINUE READING

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