His scientific interests lie mostly in Environmental engineering, Leachate, Environmental chemistry, Methane and Groundwater. The various areas that he examines in his Environmental engineering study include Waste management and Bioreactor landfill. His Leachate research incorporates elements of Groundwater pollution and Dissolved organic carbon.
Within one scientific family, Peter Kjeldsen focuses on topics pertaining to Pollutant under Dissolved organic carbon, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Organic matter and Waste disposal. While the research belongs to areas of Environmental chemistry, Peter Kjeldsen spends his time largely on the problem of Hydrocarbon, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Loam. In Groundwater, he works on issues like Water pollution, which are connected to Soil contamination.
Waste management, Environmental engineering, Environmental chemistry, Methane and Leachate are his primary areas of study. In general Waste management study, his work on Municipal solid waste and Biodegradable waste often relates to the realm of Danish and Attenuation, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His Environmental engineering study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Bioreactor landfill.
His Environmental chemistry research integrates issues from Soil water, Biodegradation, Degradation, Hydrocarbon and Environmental remediation. His Landfill gas and Anaerobic oxidation of methane study in the realm of Methane connects with subjects such as Gas composition. His study explores the link between Leachate and topics such as Groundwater that cross with problems in Water pollution.
Peter Kjeldsen mostly deals with Waste management, Environmental engineering, Methane, Landfill gas and Anaerobic oxidation of methane. His Environmental engineering research incorporates themes from Methane emissions, Refuse-derived fuel and Landfill gas monitoring, Bioreactor landfill. His research in Bioreactor landfill intersects with topics in Groundwater pollution, Industrial waste and Environmental remediation.
His work deals with themes such as Environmental chemistry, Nitrous oxide and Waste disposal, which intersect with Methane. His Landfill gas research includes elements of Biofilter and Leachate. His studies deal with areas such as Moisture, Carbon dioxide and Water content as well as Leachate.
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PRESENT AND LONG-TERM COMPOSITION OF MSW LANDFILL LEACHATE: A REVIEW
Peter Kjeldsen;Morton A. Barlaz;Alix P. Rooker;Anders Baun.
Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology (2002)
Biogeochemistry of landfill leachate plumes
Thomas Højlund Christensen;Peter Kjeldsen;Poul Løgstrup Bjerg;Dorthe Lærke Jensen.
Applied Geochemistry (2001)
Attenuation of landfill leachate pollutants in aquifers
Thomas Højlund Christensen;Peter Kjeldsen;Hans-Jørgen Albrechtsen;Gorm Heron.
Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology (1994)
Microbial methane oxidation processes and technologies for mitigation of landfill gas emissions.
Charlotte Scheutz;Peter Kjeldsen;Jean E. Bogner;Alex De Visscher.
Waste Management & Research (2009)
2.1 – Basic Biochemical Processes in Landfills
Thomas H. Christensen;Peter Kjeldsen.
Sanitary Landfilling: Process, Technology and Environmental Impact (1968)
Environmental factors influencing attenuation of methane and hydrochlorofluorocarbons in landfill cover soils.
Charlotte Scheutz;Peter Kjeldsen.
Journal of Environmental Quality (2004)
Attenuation of methane and volatile organic compounds in landfill soil covers
Charlotte Scheutz;Hans Mosbæk;Peter Kjeldsen.
Journal of Environmental Quality (2004)
Behaviour of cyanides in soil and groundwater: A review
Water Air and Soil Pollution (1999)
Composition of leachate from old landfills in Denmark.
Peter Kjeldsen;Mette Christophersen.
Waste Management & Research (2001)
Comparative Oxidation and Net Emissions of Methane and Selected Non-Methane Organic Compounds in Landfill Cover Soils
Charlotte Schuetz;Jean Bogner;Jeffrey Chanton;Donald Blake.
Environmental Science & Technology (2003)
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