The Canadian Academy of Engineering
Her primary areas of study are Biofuel, Waste management, Wastewater, Bioenergy and Biomass. Her Biofuel study incorporates themes from Botryococcus braunii, Mass spectrometry and Anaerobic digestion. In the field of Waste management, her study on Water treatment overlaps with subjects such as Research needs.
Her Wastewater study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Growing season, Nutrient, Typha and Sewage treatment. Pascale Champagne interconnects Activated sludge, Grease, Biodegradation, Chromatography and Plasma gasification in the investigation of issues within Bioenergy. The various areas that Pascale Champagne examines in her Biomass study include Biodegradable waste and Hydrogen production.
Pascale Champagne mainly focuses on Wastewater, Waste management, Biofuel, Environmental engineering and Sewage treatment. The concepts of her Wastewater study are interwoven with issues in Environmental chemistry, Nutrient and Effluent. In general Waste management, her work in Biogas and Waste treatment is often linked to Life-cycle assessment linking many areas of study.
Her work in the fields of Bioenergy overlaps with other areas such as Context. Her Sewage treatment study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Pulp and paper industry and Algae. Her Biomass research incorporates themes from Biodegradable waste and Municipal solid waste.
Polymer, Chemical engineering, Chitosan, Wastewater and Cellulose nanocrystals are her primary areas of study. Her study in Chemical engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Reversible addition−fragmentation chain-transfer polymerization and Osmotic pressure. The Wastewater study combines topics in areas such as Strain and Sewage treatment.
Her Sewage treatment research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Inorganic chemistry, Water treatment and Baffle. Her work deals with themes such as Copolymer, Styrene, Nanotechnology and Polymerization, which intersect with Cellulose nanocrystals. Her Monomer research includes elements of Phosphonate and Polymer chemistry.
Her primary scientific interests are in Sewage treatment, Stabilization pond, Wastewater, Copolymer and Cellulose nanocrystals. Her Sewage treatment research is under the purview of Environmental engineering. Pascale Champagne combines subjects such as Algal growth, Algae, Hydraulic retention time and Indicator organism with her study of Stabilization pond.
Her research in Wastewater intersects with topics in Environmental chemistry and Strain. Her studies deal with areas such as Chemical engineering and Polymerization as well as Copolymer.
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Overview of recent advances in thermo-chemical conversion of biomass.
Linghong Zhang;Chunbao (Charles) Xu;Pascale Champagne.
Energy Conversion and Management (2010)
A biorefinery processing perspective: treatment of lignocellulosic materials for the production of value-added products.
Michael FitzPatrick;Pascale Champagne;Michael F. Cunningham;Ralph A. Whitney.
Bioresource Technology (2010)
Models for predicting disinfection byproduct (DBP) formation in drinking waters: a chronological review.
Shakhawat Chowdhury;Pascale Champagne;P. James McLellan.
Science of The Total Environment (2009)
The role of plants in the removal of nutrients at a constructed wetland treating agricultural (dairy) wastewater, Ontario, Canada
N. Gottschall;C. Boutin;A. Crolla;C. Kinsley.
Ecological Engineering (2007)
Review of Bioretention System Research and Design: Past, Present, and Future
Audrey Roy-Poirier;Pascale Champagne;Yves Filion.
Journal of Environmental Engineering (2010)
Evaluating and modeling biogas production from municipal fat, oil, and grease and synthetic kitchen waste in anaerobic co-digestions.
Chenxi Li;Pascale Champagne;Bruce C. Anderson.
Bioresource Technology (2011)
Switchable hydrophilicity solvents for lipid extraction from microalgae for biofuel production
Alaina R. Boyd;Pascale Champagne;Patrick J. McGinn;Karen M. MacDougall.
Bioresource Technology (2012)
Energy recovery from secondary pulp/paper-mill sludge and sewage sludge with supercritical water treatment
Linghong Zhang;Chunbao Charles Xu;Pascale Champagne.
Bioresource Technology (2010)
Feasibility of producing bio-ethanol from waste residues: A Canadian perspective: Feasibility of producing bio-ethanol from waste residues in Canada
Resources Conservation and Recycling (2007)
Nutrient removal, microalgal biomass growth, harvesting and lipid yield in response to centrate wastewater loadings
Shijian Ge;Pascale Champagne.
Water Research (2016)
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