• Environmental Science
  • Published 2005

SUBSURFACE HETEROGENEITIES, INTERFACES AND BIODEGRADATION: DEFINING THE LIMITS ON IN SITU BIOREMEDIATION

@inproceedings{Song2005SUBSURFACEHI,
  title={SUBSURFACE HETEROGENEITIES, INTERFACES AND BIODEGRADATION: DEFINING THE LIMITS ON IN SITU BIOREMEDIATION},
  author={Xin Song},
  year={2005}
}
Title: SUBSURFACE HETEROGENEITIES, INTERFACES AND BIODEGRADATION: DEFINING THE LIMITS ON IN SITU BIOREMEDIATION Xin Song, Ph.D., 2005 Directed By: Associate Professor, Eric A. Seagren, Civil and Environmental Engineering Subsurface heterogeneities and the associated interfacial processes impact in situ bioremediation by affecting the availability of substrates to the microorganisms. This research hypothesized that using the scales of subsurface heterogeneities as an organizational principle, a… CONTINUE READING

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