Jan Dolfing mainly focuses on Environmental chemistry, Biodegradation, Methanogenesis, Methane and Wastewater. His Environmental chemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Nitrification, Nitrosomonas europaea, Denitrification, Denitrifying bacteria and Soil water. The Biodegradation study combines topics in areas such as Lessivage, Toluene, Electron acceptor and Ammonium.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Biochemistry and Substrate. His work is dedicated to discovering how Methane, Petroleum are connected with Anoxic waters, Environmental remediation and Hydrocarbon and other disciplines. His research investigates the connection between Wastewater and topics such as Microbial electrolysis cell that intersect with issues in Chemical engineering, Bioenergy, Activated sludge, Hydrogen and Pulp and paper industry.
Environmental chemistry, Methanogenesis, Wastewater, Soil water and Biodegradation are his primary areas of study. His research on Environmental chemistry also deals with topics like
His Wastewater research incorporates themes from Biomass, Microbial electrolysis cell, Pulp and paper industry and Sewage treatment. His Soil water research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Fertilizer, Agronomy and Manure. His Biodegradation study which covers Halogenation that intersects with Desulfomonile tiedjei.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Wastewater, Environmental chemistry, Pulp and paper industry, Methanogenesis and Sewage treatment. His study in Wastewater is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Pilot scale, Effluent, Faraday efficiency, Anode and Biomass. His Environmental chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Biogas production, Carbon, Phosphorus and Biodegradation.
His work deals with themes such as Microcosm, Municipal solid waste, Microbial electrolysis cell and Biofilm, which intersect with Pulp and paper industry. His Methanogenesis research is classified as research in Methane. His Methane research includes themes of Biogas and Electron transfer.
His primary areas of study are Wastewater, Anaerobic digestion, Pulp and paper industry, Environmental chemistry and Sulfate. His Wastewater study incorporates themes from Biomass, Food science and Sewage treatment. His biological study deals with issues like Microcosm, which deal with fields such as Methanogenesis.
His Methanogenesis research incorporates elements of Soil water, Environmental engineering and Mesophile. His Pulp and paper industry research integrates issues from Ecology, Microbial fuel cell and Effluent. Jan Dolfing integrates Environmental chemistry and Differential impact in his studies.
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Ecosystem response of pasture soil communities to fumigation-induced microbial diversity reductions: an examination of the biodiversity-ecosystem function relationship
Evidence of Increasing Antibiotic Resistance Gene Abundances in Archived Soils since 1940
Charles W. Knapp;Jan Dolfing;Phillip A. I. Ehlert;David W. Graham.
Environmental Science & Technology (2010)
Nitrifier denitrification as a distinct and significant source of nitrous oxide from soil
Dorien M. Kool;Jan Dolfing;Nicole Wrage;Jan Willem Van Groenigen.
Soil Biology & Biochemistry (2011)
Trends in Global Nitrous Oxide Emissions from Animal Production Systems
O. Oenema;N. Wrage;N. Wrage;G.L. Velthof;J.W. van Groenigen.
Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems (2005)
Exocellular electron transfer in anaerobic microbial communities.
Alfons J. M. Stams;Frank A. M. De Bok;Caroline M. Plugge;Miriam H. A. Van Eekert.
Environmental Microbiology (2006)
Determination of the Internal Chemical Energy of Wastewater
Elizabeth Heidrich;Thomas Curtis;Jan Dolfing.
Environmental Science & Technology (2011)
Gibbs free energy of formation of halogenated aromatic compounds and their potential role as electron acceptors in anaerobic environments
J. Dolfing;B.K. Harrison.
Environmental Science & Technology (1992)
Isolation and characterization of a bacterium that mineralizes toluene in the absence of molecular oxygen.
J. Dolfing;J. Zeyer;P. Binder-Eicher;R. P. Schwarzenbach.
Archives of Microbiology (1990)
Effect of Ca on the solubility and molecular size distribution of DOC and Cu binding in soil solution samples
Paul F. A. M. Römkens;Jan Dolfing.
Environmental Science & Technology (1998)
Biodegradation of perfluorinated compounds.
John R. Parsons;Monica Sáez;Jan Dolfing;Pim de Voogt.
Reviews of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology (2008)
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