His primary areas of investigation include Groundwater, Environmental chemistry, Biodegradation, Environmental engineering and Waste management. John T. Wilson combines subjects such as Trichloroethylene and Water pollution with his study of Groundwater. His studies deal with areas such as Microbial population biology, Microorganism, Soil water, Methane and Pollution as well as Environmental chemistry.
In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Biodegradation, Petroleum, Carbon, Enrichment factor and Gasoline is strongly linked to Bioremediation. His research in Environmental engineering focuses on subjects like Pollutant, which are connected to Effluent, Organic matter and Soil horizon. John T. Wilson interconnects Microcosm, Contamination and Enrichment culture in the investigation of issues within Waste management.
Environmental chemistry, Groundwater, Biodegradation, Waste management and Environmental engineering are his primary areas of study. The concepts of his Environmental chemistry study are interwoven with issues in Gasoline, Sulfate and Reductive dechlorination. John T. Wilson has researched Groundwater in several fields, including Water pollution and Contamination.
His Biodegradation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Microorganism, Isotope analysis and Hydrocarbon. His Waste management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Petroleum, Bioremediation and Chlorinated solvents. His Environmental engineering study combines topics in areas such as Nitrate and Pollutant.
His primary areas of study are Environmental chemistry, Groundwater, Biodegradation, Contamination and Reductive dechlorination. His research in the fields of Trichloroethylene overlaps with other disciplines such as Dehalococcoides. His Groundwater research includes elements of Cometabolism and Sorption.
The study incorporates disciplines such as 1,4-Dioxane, Dissolved organic carbon and Isotope analysis in addition to Biodegradation. His Contamination study incorporates themes from Abiotic degradation and Pollution. In his study, Waste management is strongly linked to Environmental remediation, which falls under the umbrella field of Reductive dechlorination.
His main research concerns Environmental chemistry, Mackinawite, Biodegradation, Groundwater and Iron sulfide. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Ferric, Trichloroethane and Permeable reactive barrier. His Mackinawite study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Fractionation, SN2 reaction, Hydrogen sulfide and Nuclear chemistry.
The various areas that John T. Wilson examines in his Biodegradation study include Isotope analysis, Zerovalent iron and 1,4-Dioxane. John T. Wilson connects Groundwater with Sediment in his research. His Iron sulfide research includes themes of Decomposition, Goethite, Lepidocrocite, Trichloroethylene and Pyrite.
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Natural Attenuation of Fuels and Chlorinated Solvents in the Subsurface
T. Wiedemeier;H. Rifai;C.J. Newell;J.T. Wilson.
Biotransformation of trichloroethylene in soil.
J T Wilson;B H Wilson.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (1985)
Microbial ecology of the terrestrial subsurface.
William C. Ghiorse;John T. Wilson.
Advances in Applied Microbiology (1988)
Equivalence of microbial biomass measures based on membrane lipid and cell wall components, adenosine triphosphate, and direct counts in subsurface aquifer sediments.
David L. Balkwill;Franklin R. Leach;John T. Wilson;James F. McNabb.
Microbial Ecology (1988)
Biorestoration of aquifers contaminated with organic compounds
M. D. Lee;J. M. Thomas;R. C. Borden;P. B. Bedient.
Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology (1988)
Enumeration and Characterization of Bacteria Indigenous to a Shallow Water-Table Aquifer
J. T. Wilson;J. F. McNabb;D. L. Balkwill;W. C. Ghiorse.
Ground Water (1983)
Technical protocol for evaluating natural attenuation of chlorinated solvents in ground water
T.H. Wiedemeier;M.A. Swanson;D.E. Moutoux;E.K. Gordon.
Handbook of Bioremediation
R. D. Norris;R. E. Hinchee;R. Brown;P. L. McCarty.
Technical Protocol for Implementing Intrinsic Remediation with Long-Term Monitoring for Natural Attenuation of Fuel Contamination Dissolved in Groundwater. Volume II.
Todd H. Wiedemeier;John T. Wilson;Donald H. Kampbell;Ross N. Miller.
Transport and Fate of Selected Organic Pollutants in a Sandy Soil
J. T. Wilson;C. G. Enfield;W. J. Dunlap;R. L. Cosby.
Journal of Environmental Quality (1981)
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