WRHSRC Final Report for the period 2001-2007

List of Publications:Theses

Benekos, I. D. August (2005). On the determination of transverse dispersivity:  Experiments and simulations in a helix and a cochlea. Ph.D., Stanford University.

Blatchford, C. (2005). Aerobic Degradation of Chlorinated Ethenes by Mycobacterium Strain JS60 in the Presence of Organic Acids. M.S., Oregon State University.

Cantrell, Kevin (2002). The Development and Characterization of Miniature Spectrometers for Measuring the Redox Status of Environmental Samples. Ph.D., Oregon State University

Cheng, H. (2006). Sorption and Hydrolysis of Chlorinated Aliphatic Hydrocarbons in Hydrophobic Micropores. Ph.D., Stanford University.

Doughty, D.M. (2004). Metabolism of dichloroethenes by the butane-oxidizing bacterium, Pseudomonas butanovora, M.S., Oregon State University.

Doughty, D.M. (2008). Control of alkane monooxygenase activity and expression in Pseudomonas Butanavora. Ph.D., Oregon State University.

Fienen, M. N. (2006). Inverse Methods for Near-field Hydrogeologic Characterization. PhD, Stanford University.

Halsey, K.H. (2007). Investigating the basis of substrate specificity in butane monooxygenase and chlorinated ethene toxicity in Pseudomonas butanovora. Ph.D., Oregon State University.

Lee, Jae-Hyuk (2006).Anaerobic reductive dechlorination of TCE and TCFE in TCE contaminated sediments: enhanced bioremediation and bioaugmentation. Ph.D., Oregon State University.

Li, J. (2004). Molecular Analysis of Bacterial Community Dynamics During Bioaugmentation Studies in a Soil Column and at a Field Test Site,M.S., Oregon State University.

Luo, J. (2005). Hydraulic Control and Reactive Transport Modeling for In-Situ Bioremediation of Uranium Contaminated Groundwater. PhD, Stanford University.

Maremunda, B. (2004). Aerobic cometabolism of 1, 1, 1-Trichloroethane and 1, 1-Dichloroethene by a bioaugmented butane-utilizing culture in a continuous flow column, M.S., Oregon State University.

Munakata, N. (2005). Palladium-Catalyzed Hydrodehalogenation for Groundwater Remediation: Sulfide Deactivation Model, Regenerant Comparison, and Chemical Surface Changes. Ph.D., Stanford University.

Pon, G. (2003). Inhibition, Kinetic and Modeling Studies of Acetylene and 1-chloro-1-fluoroethene on Reductive Dechlorination of TCE and Vinyl Chloride. Ph.D., Oregon State University.

Prayoonpokarach, S. (2003). Development and Evaluation of Sampling Techniques, Instrumentation, and Pyridine Derivative Reagents for Fluorometric Determination of Chloroform and TCE in Water with a Portable Fluorometer. Ph.D., Oregon State University.

Razzetti, C. (2005). Cometabolic degradation of 1,1,1-trichloroethane and 1,1-dichloroethane by a butane grown Rhodococcus species: kinetic studies, reactor operation and modeling. Ph.D., University of Bologna.

Ruiz-Haas, P. (2006). Monitoring Redox Conditions with Redox Indicators during Microbial Reductive Dechlorination in Microcosms and Bioaugmented Columns, Ph.D. Oregon State University.

Sattayatewa, C. (2004). Growth Characteristics and Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Transformation Ability of a Rhodococcus sp. Isolate, M.S. project, Oregon State University.

Skinner, K. M. (2007). Characterization of the molecular foundations and biochemistry of alkane and ether oxidation in a filamentous fungus, a Graphium species, Ph.D., Oregon State University.

Sriwatanapongse, W. (2005). Reductive Dechlorination of Trichloroethylene by Palladium On Alumina Catalyst: a Solid State NMR Study of the Surface Reaction Mechanism. Ph.D., Stanford University.

Yu, S. (2004). Kinetic and Modeling Investigations of the Anaerobic Reductive Dechlorination of Chlorinated Ethylenes Using Single and Binary Mixed Cultures and Silicon-based Organic Compounds as Slow-release Substrates. Ph.D., Oregon State University.