Browsing publications by Bernard Bowler

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Arvind Singh
Dr Angela Sherry
Dr Neil Gray
Dr Martin Jones
Bernard Bowler
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Kinetic parameters for nutrient enhanced crude oil biodegradation in intertidal marine sediments2014
Dr Angela Sherry
Dr Neil Gray
Dr Carolyn Aitken
Dr Martin Jones
Professor Stephen Larter
et al.
Anaerobic biodegradation of crude oil under sulphate-reducing conditions leads to only modest enrichment of recognized sulphate-reducing taxa2013
Dr David Werner
Bernard Bowler
Professor David Manning
Comparison of methods for the characterization and quantification of carbon forms in estuarine and marine sediments from coal mining regions2013
Dr Carolyn Aitken
Dr Martin Jones
Michael Maguire
Dr Neil Gray
Dr Angela Sherry
et al.
Evidence that crude oil alkane activation proceeds by different mechanisms under sulfate-reducing and methanogenic conditions2013
Dr Martin Jones
Professor Ian Head
Dr Neil Gray
Dr Arlene Rowan
Dr Carolyn Aitken
et al.
Crude-oil biodegradation via methanogenesis in subsurface petroleum reservoirs2008
Dr Barry Bennett
Kimberley Noke
Bernard Bowler
Professor Stephen Larter
The accurate determination of C0-C3 alkylphenol concentrations in crude oils2007
Professor Stephen Larter
Bernard Bowler
Thomas Oldenburg
A dynamic biodegradation model suggested by petroleum compositional gradients within reservoir columns from the Liaohe basin, NE China2004
Bernard Bowler
Thomas Oldenburg
Professor Stephen Larter
The effect of biodegradation on polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in reservoired oils from the Liaohe basin, NE China2004
Dr Barry Bennett
Bernard Bowler
Professor Stephen Larter
Wettability alteration in petroleum systems: the role of polar non-hydrocarbons2004
Bernard Bowler
Thomas Oldenburg
Professor Stephen Larter
Influence of biodegradation on carbazole and benzocarbazole distributions in oil columns from the Liaohe basin, NE China2003
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