Browsing publications by Professor Richard Luthy

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Dr David Werner
Professor Richard Luthy
Bioturbation Delays Attenuation of DDT by Clean Sediment Cap but Promotes Sequestration by Thin-Layered Activated Carbon2014
Dr David Werner
Professor Richard Luthy
In-Situ Sequestration of Hydrophobic Organic Contaminants in Sediments under Stagnant Contact with Activated Carbon. 2. Mass Transfer Modeling2014
Dr David Werner
Professor Richard Luthy
Long-term monitoring and modeling of the mass transfer of polychlorinated biphenyls in sediment following pilot-scale in-situ amendment with activated carbon2012
Professor Richard Luthy
Dr David Werner
In-situ Sorbent Amendments: A New Direction in Contaminated Sediment Management2011
Dr David Werner
Professor Richard Luthy
Assessment of Advective Porewater Movement Affecting Mass Transfer of Hydrophobic Organic Contaminants in Marine Intertidal Sediment2010
Dr David Werner
Sarah Hale
Professor Richard Luthy
Polychlorinated Biphenyl Sorption and Availability in Field-Contaminated Sediments2010
Sarah Hale
Professor Richard Luthy
Dr David Werner
Sorption of dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT) and its metabolites by activated carbon in clean water and sediment slurries2009
Dr David Werner
Professor Richard Luthy
Modeling PAH mass transfer in a slurry of contaminated soil or sediment amended with organic sorbents2008
Dr David Werner
Professor Richard Luthy
Activated carbon amendment as a treatment for residual DDT in sediment from a superfund site in San Francisco Bay, Richmond, California, USA2007
Dr David Werner
Professor Richard Luthy
Modeling polychlorinated biphenyl mass transfer after amendment of contaminated sediment with activated carbon2006
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