2 edition of Microbial modification of ground water found in the catalog.
Microbial modification of ground water
Robert P. Gunsalus
|Statement||Robert P. Gunsalus, J. G. Zeikus, and R. S. Wolfe.|
|Series||WRC research report ;, no. 57|
|Contributions||Zeikus, J. Gregory, 1945- joint author., Wolfe, R. S. 1921- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HD1694 .A136 no. 57, QR105.5 .A136 no. 57|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||38 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||38|
|LC Control Number||75622408|
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This book is Creative Commons Attribution License and you must attribute OpenStax. Attribution information If you are redistributing all or part of this book in a print format, then you must include on every physical page the following attribution. The research on groundwater pollution risk assessment will help understand the relationship between the soil conditions and groundwater pollution, identify the high-risk regions of groundwater pollution, provide a powerful tools for the land use and groundwater resource management, and help the policy maker and managers to develop effective.
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Microbial Contamination of Groundwater at Small Community Water Supplies in Finland Tarja Pitkänen, 1, 2 Päivi Karinen, 1 Ilkka T. Miettinen, 2 Heidi Lettojärvi, 1, 4 Annika Heikkilä, 1, 5 Reetta Maunula, 1 Vesa Aula, 1 Henry Kuronen, 3 Asko Vepsäläinen, 2 Liina-Lotta Nousiainen, 3 Sinikka Pelkonen, 3 and Helvi Heinonen-Tanski 1Cited by: Microbial modification of ground water.
Urbana: University of Illinois, Water Resources Center, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Robert P Gunsalus; J Gregory Zeikus; R S Wolfe. Microbial modification of ground water: Author(s): Gunsalus, Robert P.; Zeikus, y; Wolfe, Ralph Stoner: Contributor(s): University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: Subject(s): Groundwater Aquifers Microbial floc Methane in ground water: Abstract: When ground water is tapped by wells, microbial and chemical deposits often by: 5.
Microbial Desalination Cells for Groundwater Treatment or Water Softening MDCs can be utilized to treat groundwater with high hardness and other environmental pollutants .
A new concept of noninvasive treatment method for removing nitrates from the groundwater in MDCs has been proposed recently . Conclusions. Overall, the results show several distinct factors control the composition of microbial communities in the Mahomet aquifer.
Bacteria that respire insoluble substrates such as iron oxides, i.e. Geobacter, comprise a greater abundance of the attached community than the suspended regardless of groundwater ences in community structure driven by the concentration Cited by: We link microbial data based on nucleic acid extracts of aquifer sediments to groundwater and sediment geochemical data obtained from the same site, an approach which has previously been shown to provide valuable insights into aquifer microbiota/process correlations (5, 13, 18).
The present study regards these couplings in fine spatial. Groundwater has long been an object of intense scrutiny. Only recently have methods become available that permit ecologists, hydrologists, and environmental scientists to assess the biotic and abiotic status of these all-important aquifers.
Microbial bioremediation leverages microbial metabolism to remove xenobiotic a carcinogenic xenobiotic found in crude oil, and trichloroethylene (TCE), a common groundwater contaminant. Bioremediation processes can be categorized as in situ or ex situ. Want to cite, share, or modify this book.
This book is Creative Commons Attribution. Modification of porous media permeability, using enzymatic formation of CaCO 3, was studied in unconsolidated porous media and Berea sandstone enzymatic formation of CaCO 3 in a batch system was dependent on the concentrations of enzyme (urease) and reactants (urea and calcium chloride), as well as temperature.
An increase in enzyme concentration (from to g l. potential for microbial growth. pH—changes in pH, in the range of –, do not significantly affect microbial growth rates in cooling water treatments. Water velocity—the flow rate of cooling water is a critical factor, particularly in areas of low velocity such as in shell-side heat exchangers, where debris can settle out and provide.
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Water pollution is an issue of great concern worldwide, and it can be broadly divided into three main categories, that is, contamination by organic compounds, inorganic compounds (e.g., heavy metals), and microorganisms.
In recent years, the number of research studies concerning the use of efficient processes to clean up and minimize the pollution of water bodies has been increasing. In this. Extensive microbial modification of formation water geochemistry: Case study from a Midcontinent sedimentary basin, United States Modern groundwater flow in the Great Lakes region is primarily.
The book has three parts: an introduction to microbiology, microbial occurrence in ground-water systems, and biodegradation of contaminated ground water. The author's approach was to review.
The layer of gravel represents the main water-bearing aquifer. The approximate groundwater flow rate is 10 cm per day.
Groundwater was sampled from three wells (2 inch in diameter) originally designated as P2/98, RP 12/12 and P1/98 and. (credit “photo”: modification of work by Jeff Wilcox) Chapter Outline. Controlling Microbial Growth. “clean” is a relative term. Car washing, vacuuming, and dishwashing all reduce the microbial load on the items treated, thus making them “cleaner.” Want to cite, share, or modify this book.
This book is Creative Commons. Effect on Human Health. Communities situated downstream or near to municipal sewage outfalls or contaminated water sources are at the highest risk of illness due to increased microbial pathogens and deteriorating physico-chemical parameters .Often the discharge of extremely turbid effluent in conjunction with dense algal blooms results in poor visibility within these water.
Introduction. Aquifers are populated by a vast diversity of microorganisms, some of which can play a critical role in subsurface biogeochemical cycling and pollutant degradation (Yagi et al., ).Because groundwater usually contains low concentrations of organic carbon, microbial life there depends mostly on oxidation and reduction of inorganic compounds for energy.
This detailed volume explores state-of-the-art methods for the identification, quantification, and characterization of microbial proteins. Split into five parts, the content addresses global sample pr.MICROBIAL MODIFICATION OF GROUND WATER When ground water is tapped by wells, microbial and chemical deposits often develop.
Sloughing and clogging may occur in the distribution system adding considerable expense to the operation of the water systems as well as impart- ing taste and odor to the water itself.
The purpose of this project has been to.This book chapter deals with the presentation of important microbial enzymes with potential use in modification of polysaccharide structures from native red, green, and brown algae in addition to the advantages and the importance of using enzymatic methods during carbohydrate modification.