Browsing publications by Professor Ian Head

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Uzochukwu Ugochukwu Ugochukwu
Professor Ian Head
Professor David Manning
Dr Claire Fialips
Biodegradation and adsorption of crude oil hydrocarbons supported on "homoionic" montmorillonite clay minerals2014
Uzochukwu Ugochukwu Ugochukwu
Professor Ian Head
Professor David Manning
Dr Claire Fialips
Biodegradation of crude oil saturated fraction supported on clays2014
Uzochukwu Ugochukwu Ugochukwu
Professor Ian Head
Professor David Manning
Dr Claire Fialips
Effect of acid activated clay minerals on biodegradation of crude oil hydrocarbons2014
Dr Arvind Singh
Dr Angela Sherry
Dr Neil Gray
Dr Martin Jones
Bernard Bowler
et al.
Kinetic parameters for nutrient enhanced crude oil biodegradation in intertidal marine sediments2014
Dr Angela Sherry
Dr Russell Grant
Dr Carolyn Aitken
Dr Martin Jones
Professor Ian Head
et al.
Volatile hydrocarbons inhibit methanogenic crude oil degradation2014
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 Arvind Singh
Dr Russell Davenport
Professor Ian Head
Dr David Werner
Biofuel components change the ecology of bacterial volatile petroleum hydrocarbon degradation in aerobic sandy soil2013
Uzochukwu Ugochukwu Ugochukwu
Dr Mari Jones
Professor Ian Head
Professor David Manning
Dr Claire Fialips
et al.
Compositional changes of crude oil SARA fractions due to biodegradation and adsorption on colloidal support such as clays using Iatroscan2013
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
Cameron Callbeck
Dr Angela Sherry
Dr Casey Hubert
Dr Neil Gray
Professor Ian Head
et al.
Improving PCR efficiency for accurate quantification of 16S rRNA genes2013
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