Albert D. Venosa
Albert D. Venosa
Retired, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
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Microbial population changes during bioremediation of an experimental oil spill
SJ MacNaughton, JR Stephen, AD Venosa, GA Davis, YJ Chang, ...
Applied and environmental microbiology 65 (8), 3566-3574, 1999
Bioremediation of an experimental oil spill on the shoreline of Delaware Bay
AD Venosa, MT Suidan, BA Wrenn, KL Strohmeier, JR Haines, ...
Environmental science & technology 30 (5), 1764-1775, 1996
Selective enumeration of aromatic and aliphatic hydrocarbon degrading bacteria by a most-probable-number procedure
BA Wrenn, AD Venosa
Canadian journal of microbiology 42 (3), 252-258, 1996
Biodegradation of crude oil contaminating marine shorelines and freshwater wetlands
AD Venosa, X Zhu
Spill Science & Technology Bulletin 8 (2), 163-178, 2003
Guidelines for the bioremediation of marine shorelines and freshwater wetlands
X Zhu, AD Venosa, MT Suidan, K Lee
US Environmental Protection Agency, 2001
Expert panel report on the behaviour and environmental impacts of crude oil released into aqueous environments
K Lee, M Boufadel, B Chen, J Foght, P Hodson, S Swanson, A Venosa
Royal Society of Canada, Ottawa, ON, 2015
Phylogenetic analysis of aerobic freshwater and marine enrichment cultures efficient in hydrocarbon degradation: effect of profiling method
YJ Chang, JR Stephen, AP Richter, AD Venosa, J Brüggemann, ...
Journal of Microbiological Methods 40 (1), 19-31, 2000
Biodegradability of dispersed crude oil at two different temperatures
AD Venosa, EL Holder
Marine pollution bulletin 54 (5), 545-553, 2007
Measurement of hydrocarbon-degrading microbial populations by a 96-well plate most-probable-number procedure
JR Haines, BA Wrenn, EL Holder, KL Strohmeier, RT Herrington, ...
Journal of industrial microbiology 16 (1), 36-41, 1996
The baffled flask test for dispersant effectiveness: a round robin evaluation of reproducibility and repeatability
AD Venosa, DW King, GA Sorial
Spill Science & Technology Bulletin 7 (5-6), 299-308, 2002
Biodegradability of Corexit 9500 and dispersed South Louisiana crude oil at 5 and 25 C
P Campo, AD Venosa, MT Suidan
Environmental science & technology 47 (4), 1960-1967, 2013
A numerical model for density-and-viscosity-dependent flows in two-dimensional variably saturated porous media
MC Boufadel, MT Suidan, AD Venosa
Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 37 (1-2), 1-20, 1999
The dose-response relationship between No. 2 fuel oil and the growth of the salt marsh grass, Spartina alterniflora
Q Lin, IA Mendelssohn, MT Suidan, K Lee, AD Venosa
Marine pollution bulletin 44 (9), 897-902, 2002
Use of hopane as a conservative biomarker for monitoring the bioremediation effectiveness of crude oil contaminating a sandy beach
AD Venosa, MT Suidan, D King, BA Wrenn
Journal of Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology 18 (2), 131-139, 1997
Biodegradation of MTBE and BTEX in an aerobic fluidized bed reactor
A Pruden, M Sedran, M Suidan, A Venosa
Water Science and Technology 47 (9), 123-128, 2003
Biodegradation of Methyl tert-Butyl Ether under Various Substrate Conditions
A Pruden, MT Suidan, AD Venosa, GJ Wilson
Environmental science & technology 35 (21), 4235-4241, 2001
Effects of nitrogen source on crude oil biodegradation
BA Wrenn, JR Haines, AD Venosa, M Kadkhodayan, MT Suidan
Journal of Industrial Microbiology 13 (5), 279-286, 1994
Reliability analysis of water distribution systems
A Ostfeld
Journal of Hydroinformatics 6 (4), 281-294, 2004
Literature review on the use of commercial bioremediation agents for cleanup of oil-contaminated estuarine environments
AD Venosa
National risk management research laboratory, office of research and …, 2004
Efficacy of commercial inocula in enhancing biodegradation of weathered crude oil contaminating a Prince William Sound beach
AD Venosa, JR Haines, DM Allen
Journal of industrial microbiology and biotechnology 10 (1), 1-11, 1992
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