Microbially-mediated transformations of chlorinated solvents and engineered nanomaterials in the subsurface: Implications for bioremediation, natural attenuation, fate and transport

Duhl, Tiffany.

2020

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  • Thesis (Ph.D.)--Tufts University, 2020.

    Submitted to the Dept. of Civil Engineering.

    Advisor: Natalie Cápiro.

    Committee: Kurt Pennell, John Fortner, C. Andrew Ramsburg, and Albert Jr. Robbat.

    Keywords: Environmental engineering, Microbiology, and Nanotechnology.

    Ubiquitous subsurface microorganisms, including organohalide-respiring, iron- and ... read more
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