Her scientific interests lie mostly in Mineralogy, Ionic strength, Inorganic chemistry, Aqueous solution and Porous medium. Surface coating, Sesquioxide and Mineral is closely connected to Adsorption in her research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Ionic strength. Her research investigates the connection between Inorganic chemistry and topics such as Solubility that intersect with issues in Redox and Oxidation state.
Her Aqueous solution research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Chemical reaction, Sulfate and Pyrite. Her study in Sulfate is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Sulfite, Sulfide and Sphalerite. Her study on Porous medium also encompasses disciplines like
Her primary areas of investigation include Groundwater, Mineralogy, Hydrology, Aquifer and Calcite. Her Groundwater research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Environmental chemistry, Biogeochemical cycle, Sulfate and Mineral. Her work in Sulfate addresses subjects such as Pyrite, which are connected to disciplines such as Chemical reaction and Sulfide.
Her Mineralogy research includes themes of Ionic strength, Sorption, Sediment, Dissolution and Porous medium. Her study focuses on the intersection of Hydrology and fields such as Nitrate with connections in the field of Residence time. The study incorporates disciplines such as Geochemistry and Dolomite in addition to Aquifer.
Janet S. Herman mainly focuses on Hydrology, Groundwater, Environmental chemistry, Groundwater contamination and Karst. Her work deals with themes such as Nitrate and Adsorption, which intersect with Hydrology. Her Nitrate research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Residence time and Biogeochemical cycle.
Janet S. Herman mostly deals with Aquifer in her studies of Groundwater. Her research in Aquifer intersects with topics in Mineral, Sorption, Sedimentary rock, Geochemistry and Coastal plain. Her research integrates issues of Soil water, Lysimeter and Dissolution in her study of Environmental chemistry.
Janet S. Herman mainly investigates Hydrology, Vadose zone, Groundwater, Soil water and Ionic strength. In her work, Biogeochemical cycle is strongly intertwined with Nitrate, which is a subfield of Hydrology. Her Vadose zone study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Infiltration, Water pollution and Groundwater pollution.
Her Groundwater study incorporates themes from Residence time and Soil science. Her Soil water research incorporates themes from Water quality, Fertilizer, Surface runoff and Aquifer. Janet S. Herman combines subjects such as Front, Kaolinite, Geotechnical engineering, Silicate and Colloid with her study of Ionic strength.
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Aqueous pyrite oxidation by dissolved oxygen and by ferric iron
Carl O Moses;D Kirk Nordstrom;Janet S Herman;Aaron L Mills.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (1987)
The mobility of thorium in natural waters at low temperatures
Donald Langmuir;Janet S. Herman.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (1980)
Pyrite oxidation at circumneutral pH
Carl O. Moses;Janet S. Herman.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (1991)
Physical and chemical factors influencing transport of microorganisms through porous media.
D E Fontes;A L Mills;G M Hornberger;J S Herman.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (1991)
Bacterial transport in porous media: Evaluation of a model using laboratory observations
George M. Hornberger;Aaron L. Mills;Janet S. Herman.
Water Resources Research (1992)
Effect of solution ionic strength and iron coatings on mineral grains on the sorption of bacterial cells to quartz sand.
Aaron L. Mills;Janet S. Herman;George M. Hornberger;Todd H. DeJesús.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (1994)
Differential dissolution of a Pleistocene reef in the ground-water mixing zone of coastal Yucatan, Mexico
William Back;Bruce B. Hanshaw;Janet S. Herman;J. Nicholas Van Driel.
The influence of mineralogy and solution chemistry on the attachment of bacteria to representative aquifer materials
Martha A. Scholl;Aaron L. Mills;Janet S. Herman;George M. Hornberger.
Journal of Contaminant Hydrology (1990)
Biogeochemical Conditions Favoring Magnetite Formation during Anaerobic Iron Reduction
P. E. Bell;A. L. Mills;J. S. Herman.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (1987)
Spatial distribution of deposited bacteria following Miscible Displacement Experiments in intact cores
C. H. Bolster;A. L. Mills;G. M. Hornberger;J. S. Herman.
Water Resources Research (1999)
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