William D. Robertson mostly deals with Denitrification, Nitrate, Environmental chemistry, Environmental engineering and Infiltration. His Nitrate studies intersect with other disciplines such as Denitrifying bacteria, Sewage treatment, Woodchips and Effluent. His Environmental chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Hydrology, Septic tank, Wastewater and Aquifer.
His Environmental engineering study combines topics in areas such as Compost and Drainage. His studies deal with areas such as Mineralogy and Groundwater as well as Infiltration. His research ties Contamination and Groundwater together.
His primary areas of investigation include Environmental chemistry, Groundwater, Nitrate, Denitrification and Plume. The Environmental chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Infiltration, Mineralogy and Effluent. The concepts of his Effluent study are interwoven with issues in Ferric and Septic tank.
His Groundwater research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Wastewater and Anoxic waters. His research brings together the fields of Nitrification and Denitrification. His work in Environmental engineering addresses issues such as Drainage, which are connected to fields such as Compost.
William D. Robertson focuses on Wastewater, Groundwater, Nitrate, Environmental chemistry and Plume. His Wastewater research incorporates elements of Surface water, Effluent and Sewage treatment. His Surface water research incorporates themes from STREAMS and Anoxic waters.
His Groundwater study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Hydrology. His research integrates issues of Infiltration and Enrichment factor in his study of Water table. William D. Robertson performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Enrichment factor and Denitrification via his papers.
Environmental engineering, Enrichment factor, Denitrification, Environmental chemistry and Water table are his primary areas of study. His Sewage treatment and Wastewater study in the realm of Environmental engineering interacts with subjects such as Animal science, Sucralose and Artificial Sweetener. Animal science overlaps with fields such as Saccharin and Surface water in his research.
His Enrichment factor research includes themes of Infiltration and Septic tank.
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Use of Multiple Isotope Tracers to Evaluate Denitrification in Ground Water: Study of Nitrate from a Large-Flux Septic System Plume
Ramon Aravena;William D. Robertson.
Ground Water (1998)
Denitrifying bioreactors - an approach for reducing nitrate loads to receiving waters.
Louis A. Schipper;Will D. Robertson;Arthur J. Gold;Dan B. Jaynes.
Ecological Engineering (2010)
Ground‐Water Contamination from Two Small Septic Systems on Sand Aquifers
W. D. Robertson;J. A. Cherry;E. A. Sudicky.
Ground Water (1991)
In Situ Denitrification of Septic‐System Nitrate Using Reactive Porous Media Barriers: Field Trials
W. D. Robertson;J. A. Cherry.
Ground Water (1995)
Long‐Term Performance of In Situ Reactive Barriers for Nitrate Remediation
W.D. Robertson;D.W. Blowes;C.J. Ptacek;J.A. Cherry.
Ground Water (2000)
Nitrate removal rates in woodchip media of varying age.
Ecological Engineering (2010)
Removal of agricultural nitrate from tile-drainage effluent water using in-line bioreactors
D.W. Blowes;W.D. Robertson;C.J. Ptacek;C. Merkley.
Journal of Contaminant Hydrology (1994)
Fate of pharmaceutical and trace organic compounds in three septic system plumes, Ontario, Canada.
Cherilyn Carrara;Carol J Ptacek;William D Robertson;David W Blowes.
Environmental Science & Technology (2008)
The hydrogeochemistry of the Nickel Rim mine tailings impoundment, Sudbury, Ontario
R.H Johnson;D.W Blowes;W.D Robertson;J.L Jambor.
Journal of Contaminant Hydrology (2000)
Impacts on a Sand Aquifer from an Old Septic System: Nitrate and Phosphate
J. Harman;W. D. Robertson;J. A. Cherry;L. Zanini.
Ground Water (1996)
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