Barth F. Smets usually deals with Effluent and limits it to topics linked to Environmental engineering and Wastewater and Sewage treatment. His work on Environmental engineering expands to the thematically related Wastewater. He conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Sewage treatment and Bacteria through his research. Biofilm and Autotroph are the main areas of his Bacteria studies. He integrates many fields, such as Organic chemistry and Inorganic chemistry, in his works. While working in this field, Barth F. Smets studies both Inorganic chemistry and Organic chemistry. His study brings together the fields of 16S ribosomal RNA and Genetics. He merges Nitrogen with Ammonia in his study. In his papers, he integrates diverse fields, such as Ammonia and Nitrogen.
Part of his project on Bacteria includes research on Biofilm and Autotroph. His research combines Bioreactor and Organic chemistry. In his works, Barth F. Smets undertakes multidisciplinary study on Genetics and Gene. In his research, Barth F. Smets performs multidisciplinary study on Gene and Genetics. Barth F. Smets incorporates Environmental chemistry and Ecology in his research. Barth F. Smets integrates many fields in his works, including Ecology and Environmental chemistry. His work blends Nitrogen and Ammonium studies together. Barth F. Smets combines Ammonium and Nitrogen in his research. He undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Biochemistry and Organic chemistry through his research.
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Physical constraints affecting bacterial habitats and activity in unsaturated porous media – a review
D. Or;D. Or;Barth F. Smets;J.M. Wraith;Arnaud Dechesne;Arnaud Dechesne.
Advances in Water Resources (2007)
Challenges in microbial ecology: building predictive understanding of community function and dynamics
Stefanie Widder;Rosalind J Allen;Thomas Pfeiffer;Thomas P Curtis.
The ISME Journal (2016)
Variability in kinetic parameter estimates: A review of possible causes and a proposed terminology
C.P.Leslie Grady;Barth F. Smets;Daniel S. Barbeau.
Water Research (1996)
Characterization of an Autotrophic Nitrogen-Removing Biofilm from a Highly Loaded Lab-Scale Rotating Biological Contactor
Kris Pynaert;Barth F. Smets;Stijn Wyffels;Daan Beheydt.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2003)
Aggregate size and architecture determine microbial activity balance for one-stage partial nitritation and anammox.
Siegfried E. Vlaeminck;Akihiko Terada;Barth F. Smets;Haydée De Clippeleir.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2010)
Broad host range plasmids can invade an unexpectedly diverse fraction of a soil bacterial community.
Uli Klümper;Leise Riber;Arnaud Dechesne;Analia Sannazzarro.
The ISME Journal (2015)
Shifts between Nitrospira- and Nitrobacter-like nitrite oxidizers underlie the response of soil potential nitrite oxidation to changes in tillage practices
E. Attard;F. Poly;C. Commeaux;F. Laurent.
Environmental Microbiology (2010)
Heterotrophic activity compromises autotrophic nitrogen removal in membrane-aerated biofilms: Results of a modeling study
Susanne Lackner;Akihiko Terada;Barth F. Smets.
Water Research (2008)
Start-up of autotrophic nitrogen removal reactors via sequential biocatalyst addition
Kris Pynaert;Barth F Smets;Daan Beheydt;Willy Verstraete.
Environmental Science & Technology (2004)
Mobilization of soil organic matter by complexing agents and implications for polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon desorption
Y Yang;D Ratté;B.F Smets;J.J Pignatello;J.J Pignatello.
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