Microbial reduction of sulfate injected to gas condensate plumes in cold groundwater.

@article{Stempvoort2007MicrobialRO,
  title={Microbial reduction of sulfate injected to gas condensate plumes in cold groundwater.},
  author={Dale R Van Stempvoort and James Armstrong and Bernhard Mayer},
  journal={Journal of contaminant hydrology},
  year={2007},
  volume={92 3-4},
  pages={184-207}
}
Despite a rapid expansion over the past decade in the reliance on intrinsic bioremediation to remediate petroleum hydrocarbon plumes in groundwater, significant research gaps remain. Although it has been demonstrated that bacterial sulfate reduction can be a key electron accepting process in many petroleum plumes, little is known about the rate of this reduction process in plumes derived from crude oil and gas condensates at cold-climate sites (mean temperature <10 degrees C), and in complex… CONTINUE READING