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Analyzing the Role of DNA Methylation in a Bioremediation Bacterium October 28, 2013 - Researchers at the Joint Genome Institute studied the role of DNA methylation on gene expression and other processes in the heavy-metal reducing bacterium Shewanella oneidensis MR-1 with the help of next-generation Single-Molecule Real Time (SMRT) sequencers from Pacific Biosciences.
book at Amazon.com Bioremediation, by Ronald M. Atlas (Editor), Jim C. Philp (Editor)
news update Building 637 Area Completion Report, Presidio of San Francisco, California - Eler & Kalinowski, Inc. Technical report to request closure certification for underground storage tanks, aboveground storage tanks, and fuel delivery system pipelines following completion of removal and remedial actions.
academic article (pay to read) Optimization Of A Hydrocarbon Bioremediation System At Laboratory Scale. Abstract - The aim of this study was to optimize the parameters of moisture, temperature and ratio of nutrients to estimate the possibility of applying the technique of bioremediation in a soil contaminated with hydrocarbons.
academic article (pay to read) Microbial Products: Technologies, Applications and Global Markets; London (PRWEB) October 16, 2013. This report identifies microbial technologies and applications that have the greatest commercial potential in the 2013 through 2018 time frame. It identifies market drivers, evaluates obstacles to their successful commercialization, and projects future sales of each application. These applications include agricultural, healthcare, manufacturing, energy and environmental applications.
academic article Algal Bioremediation of Waste Waters from Land-Based Aquaculture Using Ulva: Selecting Target Species and Strains Rebecca J. Lawton mail, Leonardo Mata, Rocky de Nys, Nicholas A. Paul; published: October 15, 2013. The optimised reduction of dissolved nutrient loads in aquaculture effluents through bioremediation requires selection of appropriate algal species and strains. The objective of the current study was to identify target species and strains from the macroalgal genus Ulva for bioremediation of land-based aquaculture facilities in Eastern Australia.
press release LSU researchers discover how microbes survive in freezing conditions.
employment opportunity Tenure-Track Faculty Position: Bioremediation. Employer: University of Minnesota; Posted Thursday, October 10, 2013; Ref W-000754 Location: St. Paul, MN; Discipline: Life Sciences, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Environmental Science, Microbiology, Physical Sciences, Engineering
academic article (abstract) A field Proof-of-Concept evaluation, using injection and passive additive deployment methods, was performed to demonstrate anaerobic remediation of chlorinated and nonchlorinated-benzene groundwater contaminants. Work performed as landfill closure/remediation program, in compliance with overseeing Department of Environmental Management Order of Approval. Results of the 7-month evaluation demonstrated > 90% decrease in site Contaminants-of-Concern (COC) 1,2- and 1,4-dichlorobenzene, chlorobenzene, and benzene without costly long-term aboveground support equipment.
academic article (abstract) Traditional amendment delivery techniques for in-situ remediation are generally based on hydraulic advection mechanisms, which are often faced with limitations in areas with low-permeability materials and/or highly heterogeneous geology. With electrokinetic (EK) technology, transport of ionic substances such as lactate in an electric field is relatively independent of hydraulic properties and fluid flow.
academic article (abstract) Replenishment of electron acceptors in the subsurface is a common method to stimulate biodegradation of non-chlorinated hydrocarbons in groundwater. Two widely used products are calcium-based peroxides for aerobic degradation and sulfate-based salts for anaerobic degradation.
academic article (abstract) In this study we have investigated the potential of a new isolated strain of Enterobacter cloacae (ERCPPI- 1), for bioremediation of an oily sludge contaminated soil in aqueous phase. Contaminated soil with black color and sticky texture was sampled from a polluted site near Shiraz oil refinery, Iran. Total petroleum hydrocarbon (TPH) content of this sludge was 66.1% (w/w) which contained more than 48% (w/w) asphalts and resins.
academic article (abstract) The site located near an ecological receptor had cis-1,2-DCE and VC concentrations of 47,000 and 8,000 ig/L, respectively, in the source are wells. A conceptual site model was developed to locate the source (undocumented buried drums) of groundwater contamination. In-situ Chemical Reduction (ISCR) using carbon source and ZVI particles was used. Aquifer geochemistry at the site is anaerobic and mildly reducing. The groundwater is relatively stagnant, with an estimated groundwater velocity of about 0.0023 ft/day.
academic article (abstract) Bioremediation was evaluated for tri- and dichlorobenzenes, monochlorobenzene, and benzene in a freshwater wetland at a Delaware Superfund site using field sampling, in situ microcosms, and flow- through bioreactor testing. Field sampling and microcosm results showed that both aerobic and anaerobic biodegradation occurs in the wetland and that bioaugmentation with WBC-2, a dechlorinating culture developed for degradation of chlorinated ethanes and ethenes, could enhance anaerobic degradation.
academic article (abstract) Remediation of a large 7-acre, free-phase gasoline (product) plume has been accelerated by combining both physical and enhanced biological treatment technologies. The strategy reduced the estimated remediation time frame from 15 years to less than 5 years, decreased estimated power consumption by 800 megawatt-hours, and preserved approximately 150 million of gallons of groundwater in an arid agricultural area. The project entered monitored natural attenuation in December 2012 and is on track for a no-further action (NFA) determination in early 2014.
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Microbial Discovery Group producers of bioremediation products.
agribioticproducts.com bioremediation products and research, looking for sales persons.
A Novel Bioremediation Method for Shallow Layers of Soil Polluted by Pesticides, Naofumi Shiomi
www.scribd Bioremediation of Petroleum Hydrocarbon-contaminated Soil
Biotechnology in China I: From Bioreaction to Bioseparation and Bioremediation download free e-book
job offer The Department of Earth Sciences and The BioTechnology Institute (BTI) at the University of Minnesota seek applications for a tenure-track faculty position in the area of Geomicrobiology and Bioremediation
terradis.co.nz products: Terradis Australasia Ltd. Bioremediation products to clean wastewater, oil, other toxins.
The role of algae in bioremediation of organic pollutants, published by Dejan City-Pesnik Neskovic (paper)
Inducible chromate reductase exhibiting extracellular activity in Bacillus methylotrophicus for chromium bioremediation, paper: A new Bacillus methylotrophicus strain was isolated from tannery sludge and was an efficient candidate for chromate reduction.
Application of RNA-SIP in oil bioremediation, paper
A Study of Enhanced De-chlorination and Bio-Remediation: Molasses Injections into Groundwater, academic paper
bioremediation product The BenchtopPRO combines cutting-edge technology and superior cleaning performance, in a self-contained parts washer that is the perfect size for a small shop or home garage
UW Research: Bacteria Show Promise in Restoring Aquifers Used in Uranium mining news article.
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bioremediation presentation how it works, advantages. educational Materials
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Bioremediation of Pulp and Paper mill Effluent by Dominant Aboriginal Microbes and Their Consortium, academic paper, by Tyagi, S.1, Kumar, V., Singh, J., Teotia, P., Bisht, S., and Sharma, S.
Bioremediation of Petroleum Hydrocarbons in Cold Regions, by Dennis M. Filler and Ian Snape and David L. Barnes. Download book pdf.
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Chemistry World, article: Microbes reduce coal's carbon footprint
natureworldnews.com, article: Microbes Cleaning Up and Improving Biodiesel
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Solarization and biosolarization using organic wastes for the bioremediation of soil polluted with terbuthylazine and linuron residues This study was conducted to assess the effect of solarization (S) and biosolarization (BS) during the summer season using organic wastes (composted sheep manure and sugar beet vinasse) for the bioremediation of soil containing residues of terbuthylazine and linuron. The results showed that
Bioremediation of industrial waste by using bat guano A very short abstract to show a simple but important statement: bat guano can effectively be used to reduce pollution from industrial waste.
Water bio-treatment process unveiled Sydney Olympic Park continues to deal with the legacy of managing the largest environmental clean-up in Australia's history, aided by an innovative treatment system that breaks down contaminants and releases clean water to the environment.
Bioremediation strategies for diesel and biodiesel in oxisol from southern Brazil
Bioremediation Protocols, book by David Sheehan
Innovative Site Remediation Technology: Bioremediation, W. C. Anderson (e-book)
Bioremediation Through Rhizosphere Technology, by Todd A. Anderson (e-book)
Bioremediation of a Complex Industrial Effluent by Biosorbents Derived from Freshwater Macroalgae (article)
Bioremediation of coking wastewater containing carbazole, dibenzofuran and dibenzothiphene by immobilized naphthalene-cultivated Arthrobacter sp. W1 in magnetic gellan gum, by Shi S, Qu Y, Ma F, Zhou J. (abstract)
Bioremediation treatment of hydrocarbon-contaminated Arctic soils: influencing parameters (abstract)
Scope of In-situ Bioremediation for Polluted Aquifers via Bioaugmentationmore, by Dr. Sheelendra M Bhatt, Journal of Bioremediation & biodegradation
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