Wastewater, Chromatography, Environmental chemistry, Sewage treatment and Activated sludge are her primary areas of study. Her Wastewater research includes themes of Ecology, Antibiotic resistance and Effluent. Her specific area of interest is Chromatography, where she studies Mass spectrometry.
Her research in Environmental chemistry intersects with topics in Contamination, Polybrominated diphenyl ethers, Solid phase extraction and Manure. She usually deals with Sewage treatment and limits it to topics linked to Trimethoprim and Waste disposal, Pulp and paper industry and Environmental engineering. Her Activated sludge research integrates issues from Metabolite, Biodegradation and Bacteria.
Diana S. Aga mainly investigates Chromatography, Environmental chemistry, Mass spectrometry, Manure and Wastewater. Her research in Environmental chemistry intersects with topics in Pollutant, Contamination, Environmental impact of pharmaceuticals and personal care products, Biotransformation and Trimethoprim. Her Manure research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Tetracycline, Antibiotics, Poultry litter and Animal science.
Her research brings together the fields of Sewage treatment and Wastewater. Her Sewage treatment research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Waste disposal, Pulp and paper industry and Effluent. Her Activated sludge study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Biodegradation and Microbiology.
Her primary scientific interests are in Antibiotic resistance, Antibiotics, Manure, Environmental chemistry and Contamination. Her research in Antibiotics tackles topics such as Effluent which are related to areas like Nutrient management. Her Manure research incorporates themes from Estrone, Fertilizer, Animal science and Mineralization.
Her studies in Environmental chemistry integrate themes in fields like Wastewater and Pollutant. Diana S. Aga has researched Wastewater in several fields, including Ammonium and Sewage treatment. Her work carried out in the field of Contamination brings together such families of science as Silicone and Chromatography.
Her primary areas of study are Antimicrobial, Manure, Antibiotic resistance, Antibiotics and Effluent. The concepts of her Manure study are interwoven with issues in Tetracycline, Abundance and Antimicrobial use. Her Antibiotic resistance research incorporates elements of Ciprofloxacin, Toxicology, Predicted no-effect concentration and Wastewater, Industrial wastewater treatment.
Diana S. Aga works mostly in the field of Antibiotics, limiting it down to topics relating to Veterinary medicine and, in certain cases, Bioaccumulation, Shoot, Soil water and Amoxicillin, as a part of the same area of interest. The various areas that Diana S. Aga examines in her Effluent study include Environmental monitoring, Zebrafish larvae, Active ingredient and Sewage treatment. Her Sewage treatment study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Toxicity and Pulp and paper industry.
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Comparison of the occurrence of antibiotics in four full-scale wastewater treatment plants with varying designs and operations.
Angela L. Batt;Sungpyo Kim;Diana S. Aga.
Removal of Antibiotics in Wastewater: Effect of Hydraulic and Solid Retention Times on the Fate of Tetracycline in the Activated Sludge Process
Sungpyo Kim;Peter Eichhorn;James N Jensen;A Scott Weber.
Environmental Science & Technology (2005)
Investigating the Molecular Interactions of Oxytetracycline in Clay and Organic Matter: Insights on Factors Affecting Its Mobility in Soil
Pankaj Kulshrestha;Rossman F. Giese;Diana S. Aga.
Environmental Science & Technology (2004)
Potential ecological and human health impacts of antibiotics and antibiotic-resistant bacteria from wastewater treatment plants.
Sungpyo Kim;Diana S. Aga.
Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health-part B-critical Reviews (2007)
Evaluating the vulnerability of surface waters to antibiotic contamination from varying wastewater treatment plant discharges.
Angela L. Batt;Ian B. Bruce;Diana S. Aga.
Environmental Pollution (2006)
Occurrence of sulfonamide antimicrobials in private water wells in Washington County, Idaho, USA
Angela L. Batt;Daniel D. Snow;Diana S. Aga.
Abundance of six tetracycline resistance genes in wastewater lagoons at cattle feedlots with different antibiotic use strategies
Nicholas Peak;Charles W. Knapp;Richard K. Yang;Margery M. Hanfelt.
Environmental Microbiology (2007)
Pharmaceutical metabolites in the environment: Analytical challenges and ecological risks
Mary D. Celiz;Jerry Tso;Diana S. Aga.
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (2009)
Evaluating the biodegradability of sulfamethazine, sulfamethoxazole, sulfathiazole, and trimethoprim at different stages of sewage treatment
Sandra Pérez;Peter Eichhorn;Diana S. Aga.
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (2005)
Humic acid-induced silver nanoparticle formation under environmentally relevant conditions.
Nelson Akaighe;Robert I. MacCuspie;Divina A. Navarro;Diana S. Aga.
Environmental Science & Technology (2011)
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