2010 - Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering (UK)
His Algae study is focused on Scenedesmus, Chlorella vulgaris and Scenedesmus obliquus. Many of his studies on Scenedesmus apply to Algae as well. As part of his studies on Environmental engineering, he often connects relevant subjects like Mixed liquor suspended solids. The study of Organic chemistry is intertwined with the study of Pollutant in a number of ways. His Organic chemistry research extends to Pollutant, which is thematically connected. Tom Stephenson performs integrative Sewage treatment and Flocculation research in his work. Tom Stephenson applies his multidisciplinary studies on Flocculation and Activated sludge in his research. Borrowing concepts from Sewage sludge, he weaves in ideas under Activated sludge. His study connects Environmental engineering and Sewage sludge.
In the field of Biomass (ecology), his study on Ecology overlaps with subjects such as Pulp and paper industry. His work blends Ecology and Biomass (ecology) studies together. He is investigating Nitrogen as part of his Nitrification and Denitrification and Nitrogen study. He integrates many fields, such as Denitrification and Nitrogen, in his works. He integrates Environmental engineering with Chemical engineering in his research. Tom Stephenson incorporates Chemical engineering and Environmental engineering in his research. Much of his study explores Organic chemistry relationship to Biodegradation. He incorporates Wastewater and Chemical oxygen demand in his studies. By researching both Chemical oxygen demand and Wastewater, he produces research that crosses academic boundaries.
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Membrane Bioreactors for Wastewater Treatment
T. Stephenson;K. Brindle;S. Judd;B. Jefferson.
Water intelligence online (2015)
Growth and nutrient removal in free and immobilized green algae in batch and semi-continuous cultures treating real wastewater
Alejandro Ruiz-Marin;Leopoldo G. Mendoza-Espinosa;Tom Stephenson.
Bioresource Technology (2010)
Characterisation of textile wastewaters ‐ a review
Venceslau M. Correia;Tom Stephenson;Simon J. Judd.
Environmental Technology (1994)
The application of membrane biological reactors for the treatment of wastewaters.
Keith Brindle;Tom Stephenson.
Biotechnology and Bioengineering (2000)
The removal of phosphorus during wastewater treatment: A review
S Yeoman;T Stephenson;J.N Lester;R Perry.
Environmental Pollution (1988)
Production of nitrogen oxide and dinitrogen oxide by autotrophic nitrifiers.
B.B. Colliver;T. Stephenson.
Biotechnology Advances (2000)
Technologies for domestic wastewater recycling
B Jefferson;A Laine;S Parsons;T Stephenson.
Urban Water (2000)
Phosphorus removal by chemical precipitation in a biological aerated filter
T. Clark;T. Stephenson;P.A. Pearce.
Water Research (1997)
Municipal wastewater sludge dewaterability and the presence of microbial extracellular polymer.
J. J. Houghton;J. Quarmby;T. Stephenson.
Water Science and Technology (2001)
A study of the microbial quality of grey water and an evaluation of treatment technologies for reuse
Gideon P. Winward;Lisa M. Avery;Ronnie Frazer-Williams;Marc Pidou.
Ecological Engineering (2008)
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