Browsing publications by Professor Richard Luthy

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Dr David Werner
Professor Richard Luthy
Decision-making framework for the application of in-situ activated carbon amendment to sediment2016
Professor Richard Luthy
Dr David Werner
Predicted effectiveness of in-situ activated carbon amendment for field sediment sites with variable site-and compound-specific characteristics2016
Dr David Werner
Professor Richard Luthy
In Situ Treatment for Control of Hydrophobic Organic Contaminants Using Sorbent Amendment: Theoretical Assessments2014
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
Thin-layer AC placement for sequestering DDT contaminated sediment facilitated by bioturbation2014
Dr David Werner
Professor Richard Luthy
Hunters Point seven-year narrative: In situ sequestration of HOCs in sediment by activated carbon sorbent amendment[p]2012
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
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