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Dr Kishor Acharya
Professor David Werner
Dr Jan Dolfing
Dr Paola Meynet
Dr Wojciech Mrozik
et al.
A quantitative structure-biodegradation relationship (QSBR) approach to predict biodegradation rates of aromatic chemicals2019
Onotasamideerhi Igun
Dr Paola Meynet
Dr Russell Davenport
Professor David Werner
Impacts of activated carbon amendments, added from the start or after five months, on the microbiology and outcomes of crude oil bioremediation in soil2019
Dr Kishor Acharya
Professor David Werner
Dr Jan Dolfing
Dr Paola Meynet
Shamas Tabraiz
et al.
The experimental determination of reliable biodegradation rates for mono-aromatics towards evaluating QSBR models2019
Dr Paola Meynet
Dr Russell Davenport
Professor David Werner
Microbiological safety of a small water distribution system: evaluating potentially pathogenic bacteria using advanced sequencing techniques2018
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George Mangse
Dr Paola Meynet
Dr Russell Davenport
Professor David Werner
et al.
Mechanisms of Distinct Activated Carbon and Biochar Amendment Effects on Petroleum Vapour Biofiltration in Soil2017
Marta Vignola
Professor David Werner
Dr Matthew Wade
Dr Paola Meynet
Dr Russell Davenport
et al.
Medium shapes the microbial community of water filters with implications for effluent quality2017
Dr Paola Meynet
Professor Ian Head
Professor 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 Paola Meynet
Dr Russell Davenport
Professor William Sloan
Professor David Werner
Predicting the effects of biochar on volatile petroleum hydrocarbon biodegradation and emanation from soil: A bacterial community finger-print analysis inferred modelling approach2014
Dr Paola Meynet
Dr Russell Davenport
Professor David Werner
Effect of Activated Carbon Amendment on Bacterial Community Structure and Functions in a PAH Impacted Urban Soil2012
Dr Paola Meynet
Dr Russell Davenport
Dr Martin Jones
Professor David Werner
Changes in polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon availability in River Tyne sediment following bioremediation treatments or activated carbon amendment2010
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