Marta Carballa mostly deals with Anaerobic digestion, Sludge, Chromatography, Biodegradation and Environmental chemistry. Her work on Anaerobic digestion is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Process. Her study looks at the intersection of Sludge and topics like Waste treatment with Mesophile and Ozone.
The Chromatography study combines topics in areas such as Galaxolide and Activated sludge. The various areas that Marta Carballa examines in her Biodegradation study include Hydraulic retention time and Sorption. Marta Carballa combines subjects such as Anammox, Chemical oxygen demand and Nitrification with her study of Environmental chemistry.
Marta Carballa mainly focuses on Anaerobic digestion, Sewage treatment, Pulp and paper industry, Wastewater and Environmental chemistry. Her work carried out in the field of Anaerobic digestion brings together such families of science as Sludge, Waste management, Microbial population biology, Chromatography and Mesophile. The concepts of her Chromatography study are interwoven with issues in Continuous stirred-tank reactor, Waste disposal, Galaxolide and Bioreactor.
Her work in Pulp and paper industry addresses issues such as Hydraulic retention time, which are connected to fields such as Biofuel and Aeration. Her research in Wastewater intersects with topics in Diclofenac and Effluent. Her work focuses on many connections between Environmental chemistry and other disciplines, such as Nitrification, that overlap with her field of interest in Sequencing batch reactor, Ammonium and Nitrite.
Pulp and paper industry, Wastewater, Anaerobic digestion, Sewage treatment and Activated sludge are her primary areas of study. Her Pulp and paper industry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Granular activated carbon, Bioassay and Effluent. Her Wastewater research includes themes of Photodissociation, Chemical structure, Membrane and Catalysis.
Marta Carballa has included themes like Sludge, Firmicutes, Microbial population biology, Manure and Biogas in her Anaerobic digestion study. Her work on Thermal hydrolysis, Chemical oxygen demand and Hydraulic retention time as part of general Sewage treatment study is frequently connected to Biotransformation, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. Her study explores the link between Activated sludge and topics such as Microorganism that cross with problems in Heterotroph, Environmental protection, Microbial ecology and Anammox.
Marta Carballa spends much of her time researching Anaerobic digestion, Biogas, Sludge, Sewage treatment and Biotransformation. In her works, she performs multidisciplinary study on Anaerobic digestion and Microbiome. The subject of her Biogas research is within the realm of Waste management.
Marta Carballa has researched Sludge in several fields, including Thermal hydrolysis, Suspended solids, Methanogen, Methanogenesis and Mesophile. Her work in Sewage treatment tackles topics such as Pulp and paper industry which are related to areas like Ferric. Her Activated sludge study is concerned with the field of Wastewater as a whole.
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Behavior of pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and hormones in a sewage treatment plant
Marta Carballa;Francisco Omil;Juan M Lema;Marı́a Llompart.
Water Research (2004)
How are pharmaceutical and personal care products (PPCPs) removed from urban wastewaters
Sonia Suárez;Marta Carballa;Francisco Omil;Juan M. Lema.
Reviews in Environmental Science and Bio/technology (2008)
Minimizing losses in bio-electrochemical systems: the road to applications
Peter Clauwaert;Peter Aelterman;Liesje De Schamphelaire.
Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology (2008)
Fate of pharmaceutical and personal care products (PPCPs) during anaerobic digestion of sewage sludge.
Marta Carballa;Francisco Omil;Thomas Ternes;Juan M. Lema.
Water Research (2007)
Removal of cosmetic ingredients and pharmaceuticals in sewage primary treatment
Marta Carballa;Francisco Omil;Juan M. Lema.
Water Research (2005)
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)
Determination of the solid-water distribution coefficient (Kd) for pharmaceuticals, estrogens and musk fragrances in digested sludge.
Marta Carballa;Guido Fink;Francisco Omil;Juan M. Lema.
Water Research (2008)
Towards a standardization of biomethane potential tests
Christof Holliger;M. Madalena Alves;Diana Andrade;Irini Angelidaki.
Water Science and Technology (2016)
Microbial management of anaerobic digestion: exploiting the microbiome-functionality nexus.
Marta Carballa;Leticia Regueiro;Juan M Lema.
Current Opinion in Biotechnology (2015)
Influence of nitrifying conditions on the biodegradation and sorption of emerging micropollutants.
E. Fernandez-Fontaina;F. Omil;J.M. Lema;M. Carballa.
Water Research (2012)
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