Browsing publications by Professor Ian Head

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Professor Keith Scott
Dr Eileen Yu
Professor Thomas Curtis
Professor Ian Head
A critical review of integration analysis of microbial electrosynthesis (MES) systems with waste biorefineries for the production of biofuel and chemical from reuse of CO22016
Professor Ian Head
Anodes Stimulate Anaerobic Toluene Degradation via Sulfur Cycling in Marine Sediments2016
Micol Bellucci
Dr Dana Ofiteru
Dr Luciano Beneduce
Professor David Graham
Professor Ian Head
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A preliminary and qualitative study of resource ratio theory to nitrifying lab-scale bioreactors2015
Dr Beate Christgen
Professor Keith Scott
Dr Jan Dolfing
Professor Ian Head
Professor Thomas Curtis
et al.
An evaluation of the performance and economics of membranes and separators in single chamber microbial fuel cells treating domestic wastewater2015
Dr Paola Meynet
Professor Ian Head
Dr David Werner
Dr Russell Davenport
Re-evaluation of dioxygenase gene phylogeny for the development and validation of a quantitative assay for environmental aromatic hydrocarbon degraders2015
Dr Lynsay Blake
Professor Ian Head
Dr Neil Gray
Response of methanogens in Arctic sediments to temperature and methanogenic substrate availability2015
Dr Casey Hubert
Emma Bell
Professor Ian Head
Survival of Desulfotomaculum spores from estuarine sediments after serial autoclaving and high-temperature exposure2015
Uzochukwu Ugochukwu Ugochukwu
Professor Ian Head
Professor David Manning
Biodegradation and adsorption of C1-and C2-phenanthrenes and C1-and C2-dibenzothiophenes in the presence of clay minerals: effect on forensic diagnostic ratios2014
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
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