His scientific interests lie mostly in Environmental engineering, Wastewater, In situ chemical oxidation, Environmental chemistry and Effluent. Robert L. Siegrist studied Environmental engineering and Pollutant that intersect with Water use, Toxicology and Sewage. His In situ chemical oxidation research incorporates elements of Groundwater remediation and Groundwater.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Permanganate, Soil contamination, Injection well, Persulfate and Potassium permanganate in addition to Groundwater. He interconnects Waste management, Soil water and Groundwater pollution in the investigation of issues within Environmental chemistry. His Effluent research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Infiltration, Septic tank, Chromatography and Filter.
His main research concerns Environmental engineering, Wastewater, Environmental chemistry, Waste management and Groundwater. In his research on the topic of Environmental engineering, Stripping is strongly related with Soil water. The study incorporates disciplines such as Infiltration, Septic tank, Effluent and Sewage treatment in addition to Wastewater.
His research in Environmental chemistry intersects with topics in Contamination, In situ chemical oxidation, Environmental remediation and Hydrogen peroxide. Robert L. Siegrist has researched In situ chemical oxidation in several fields, including Permanganate, Water pollution, Human decontamination, Persulfate and Sodium persulfate. Robert L. Siegrist combines subjects such as Hydraulic head and Mineralogy with his study of Groundwater.
His primary areas of investigation include Waste management, Septic tank, Wastewater, Environmental engineering and In situ chemical oxidation. The Wastewater study combines topics in areas such as Water use, Piping, Organic matter and Sewage treatment. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Groundwater remediation, Wetland and Groundwater.
His In situ chemical oxidation study incorporates themes from Environmental chemistry and Sodium persulfate. His Environmental chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Groundwater pollution and Persulfate. His Environmental remediation research includes themes of Porous medium and Hydrogen peroxide.
Robert L. Siegrist mainly investigates Environmental chemistry, In situ chemical oxidation, Environmental remediation, Wastewater and Effluent. Environmental chemistry is closely attributed to Groundwater pollution in his study. Robert L. Siegrist interconnects Groundwater remediation, Environmental engineering, Natural organic matter and Sodium persulfate in the investigation of issues within In situ chemical oxidation.
The various areas that Robert L. Siegrist examines in his Environmental remediation study include Permanganate, Persulfate, Hydrogen peroxide and Groundwater. His work in Groundwater covers topics such as Soil contamination which are related to areas like Waste management. His Wastewater research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Soil water, Septic tank and Infiltration.
In Situ Chemical Oxidation of Contaminated Soil and Groundwater Using Persulfate: A Review
Aikaterini Tsitonaki;Benjamin Petri;Michelle Crimi;Hans Mosbæk.
Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology (2010)
In situ chemical oxidation for groundwater remediation
Robert L. Siegrist;Michelle Crimi;Thomas. J. Simpkin.
Hydraulic and purification behaviors and their interactions during wastewater treatment in soil infiltration systems
S Van Cuyk;R Siegrist;A Logan;S Masson.
Water Research (2001)
Principles and practices of in situ chemical oxidation using permanganate
Robert L. Siegrist.
Soil Clogging During Subsurface Wastewater Infiltration as Affected by Effluent Composition and Loading Rate
Robert L. Siegrist.
Journal of Environmental Quality (1987)
In-situ chemical oxidation of trichloroethylene using hydrogen peroxide
Dianne D. Gates;Robert L. Siegrist.
Journal of Environmental Engineering (1995)
Occurrence and Fate of Organic Contaminants during Onsite Wastewater Treatment
Kathleen E. Conn;Larry B. Barber;Gregory K. Brown;Robert L. Siegrist.
Environmental Science & Technology (2006)
ISCO for Groundwater Remediation: Analysis of Field Applications and Performance
Friedrich J. Krembs;Robert L. Siegrist;Michelle L. Crimi;Reinhard F. Furrer.
Ground Water Monitoring and Remediation (2010)
Model Parameters for Simulating Fate and Transport of On-Site Wastewater Nutrients
John E. McCray;Shiloh L. Kirkland;Robert L. Siegrist;Geoffrey D. Thyne.
Ground Water (2005)
Wastewater‐Induced Soil Clogging Development
Robert L. Siegrist;William C. Boyle.
Journal of Environmental Engineering (1987)
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