Feasibility study of a polymer based diffusion delivery system for ethanol to promote reducing conditions and enhances bioremediation of contaminated groundwater

M.E. Grassi, B.M. Patterson, B.S. Robertson, G.B. Davis, Allan Mckinley

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationPermeable Reactive Barriers
EditorsG.A. Boshoff, B. D. Bone
Place of PublicationUnited Kingdom
PublisherInternational Association of Hydrological Sciences Press
Pages67-74
Volume298
EditionBelfast / Ireland
ISBN (Print)1901502236
Publication statusPublished - 2005
EventFeasibility study of a polymer based diffusion delivery system for ethanol to promote reducing conditions and enhances bioremediation of contaminated groundwater - Belfast / Ireland
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Grassi, M. E., Patterson, B. M., Robertson, B. S., Davis, G. B., & Mckinley, A. (2005). Feasibility study of a polymer based diffusion delivery system for ethanol to promote reducing conditions and enhances bioremediation of contaminated groundwater. In G. A. Boshoff, & B. D. Bone (Eds.), Permeable Reactive Barriers (Belfast / Ireland ed., Vol. 298, pp. 67-74). United Kingdom: International Association of Hydrological Sciences Press.
Grassi, M.E. ; Patterson, B.M. ; Robertson, B.S. ; Davis, G.B. ; Mckinley, Allan. / Feasibility study of a polymer based diffusion delivery system for ethanol to promote reducing conditions and enhances bioremediation of contaminated groundwater. Permeable Reactive Barriers. editor / G.A. Boshoff ; B. D. Bone. Vol. 298 Belfast / Ireland. ed. United Kingdom : International Association of Hydrological Sciences Press, 2005. pp. 67-74
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Grassi, ME, Patterson, BM, Robertson, BS, Davis, GB & Mckinley, A 2005, Feasibility study of a polymer based diffusion delivery system for ethanol to promote reducing conditions and enhances bioremediation of contaminated groundwater. in GA Boshoff & BD Bone (eds), Permeable Reactive Barriers. Belfast / Ireland edn, vol. 298, International Association of Hydrological Sciences Press, United Kingdom, pp. 67-74, Feasibility study of a polymer based diffusion delivery system for ethanol to promote reducing conditions and enhances bioremediation of contaminated groundwater, 1/01/05.

Feasibility study of a polymer based diffusion delivery system for ethanol to promote reducing conditions and enhances bioremediation of contaminated groundwater. / Grassi, M.E.; Patterson, B.M.; Robertson, B.S.; Davis, G.B.; Mckinley, Allan.

Permeable Reactive Barriers. ed. / G.A. Boshoff; B. D. Bone. Vol. 298 Belfast / Ireland. ed. United Kingdom : International Association of Hydrological Sciences Press, 2005. p. 67-74.

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Grassi ME, Patterson BM, Robertson BS, Davis GB, Mckinley A. Feasibility study of a polymer based diffusion delivery system for ethanol to promote reducing conditions and enhances bioremediation of contaminated groundwater. In Boshoff GA, Bone BD, editors, Permeable Reactive Barriers. Belfast / Ireland ed. Vol. 298. United Kingdom: International Association of Hydrological Sciences Press. 2005. p. 67-74