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Waste management / Bioremediation
     

Walker, Burns, Moody REDUCTION OF PHOSPHORUS CONCENTRATIONS
Aluminum chloride as an ammendement to reduce soluble phosphorus concentrations in land applied swine manure.(thanks to the Environment & Natural Resources
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Raman, Walker, Burns, Moody In-Situ Reductions of Soluble Phosphorus
Laboratory and In-Situ Reductions of Soluble Phosphorus in Liquid Swine Waste Slurries (thanks to the Environment & Natural Resources)

Farmers

Land Application of Biosolids
With increasing costs in production agriculture, many landowners are considering biosolids as a safe, inexpensive source of crop nutrients. (thanks to the Environment & Natural Resources
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Simberloff

Biological invasions
Invasive species management is an "applied" genre of ecology, in which workers are usually trying hard to solve day to day problems in the field using techniques borrowed mainly from the agricultural sciences. (thanks to the Environment & Natural Resources
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CLEB

Cleaning with bacteria
In situ bioremediation (ISB) is a powerful, cost-effective technology for restoring contaminated sites by exploiting the natural degradative and migratory abilities of bacteria. (thanks to the Environment & Natural Resources
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Sayler

Down and Dirty
UT researchers return to the site and the soil of the nation's first government-approved field release of genetically engineered organisms. (thanks to the Environment & Natural Resources
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Raman

Determining Failure Modes
High-rate anaerobic processes offer many advantages over aerobic wastewater treatment processes. However, they do have some disadvantages. (thanks to the Environment & Natural Resources
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Raman

High-Rate Anaerobic Digesters
In a two-stage study, the possibility of using high-rate anaerobic digesters to reduce dairy lagoon organic loading rate was explored.(thanks to the Environment & Natural Resources
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Raman

Draining of Wetland
Periodic draining of constructed wetland treating dairy wastewater. (thanks to the Environment & Natural Resources
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Raman

Minimizing Dairy Waste
Quantifying and minimizing estrogen emissions from dairy farms and the environmental impact of hormones originating from animals.
(thanks to the Environment & Natural Resources)




Contact the Environmental Semester Coordinators

Email:

Mary English menglish@utk.edu
Neil Greenberg ngreenbe@utk.edu