The role of microbial populations in the containment of aromatichydrocarbons in the subsurface

@article{Franzmann2004TheRO,
  title={The role of microbial populations in the containment of aromatichydrocarbons in the subsurface},
  author={Peter D. Franzmann and William J Robertson and Luke R. Zappia and G. B. Davis},
  journal={Biodegradation},
  year={2004},
  volume={13},
  pages={65-78}
}
  • Peter D. Franzmann, William J Robertson, +1 author G. B. Davis
  • Published in Biodegradation 2004
  • Medicine, Chemistry
  • A survey of soil gases associated with gasoline stations on theSwan Coastal Plain of Western Australia has shown that 20% leak detectable amountsof petroleum. The fates of volatile hydrocarbons in the vadose zone at one contaminatedsite, and dissolved hydrocarbons in groundwater at another site were followed in anumber of studies which are herein reviewed. Geochemical evidence from a plume ofhydrocarbon-contaminated groundwater has shown that sulfate reduction rapidly developedas the terminal… CONTINUE READING

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