Journal Articles

Our researchers publish in a variety of peer review journals. Below is a list of the most recent articles, from 2008 to now, sorted by research areas:

Algal Blooms & Nutrients

  • Hoornbeek JA, Filla J, Yalamanchili S. (2017). Watershed Based Policy Tools for Reducing Nutrient Flows to Surface Waters: Addressing Nutrient Enrichment and Harmful Algal Blooms in the United States. Fordham Environmental Law Review 29(1): 50-94. Abstract

  • Davis TW, Bullerjahn GS, Tuttle T, McKay RB, Watson SB. (2015). Effects of Increasing Nitrogen and Phosphorous Concentrations on Phytoplankton Community Growth and Toxicity During Planktothrix Blooms in Sandusky Bay, Lake Erie. Environmental Science Technology 49: 7197-7207. Abstract

  • Mou X, Jacob J, Lu X, Robbins S, Sun S, Ortiz JD. (2013). Diversity and distribution of free-living and particle-associated bacterioplankton in Sandusky Bay and adjacent waters of Lake Erie Western Basin. Journal of Great Lakes Research 39: 352-357. Abstract

  • He X, Peleaz M, Westrick JA, O’Shea KE, Hiskia A, Triantis T, Kaloudis T, Stefan MI, de la Cruz AA, Dionysiou DD. (2012). Efficient removal of Microcystin-LR by UV-C/H2O2 in synthetic and natural water samples. Water Research 46: 1501-1510. Abstract

  • Peleaz M. de la Cruz AA, O’Shea K, Falaras P, Dionysiou DD. (2011). Effects of water parameters on the degradation of Microcystin-LR under visible light-activated TiO2 photocatalyst. Water Research 45: 3787- 3796. Abstract

Water & Energy

  • Hunter K, Bielicki JM, Middleton R, Stauffer P, Pawar R, Harp D, Martinez D. (2017). Integrated CO2 Storage and Brine Extraction. Energy Procedia. 114: 6331-6336. Abstract

  • Sharma S, Shrestha A, McLean C, Martin S. (2015). Hydrolic Modeling to Evaluate the Impact of Hydraulic Fracturing on Stream Low Flows: Challenges and Opportunities for a Simulation Study. American Journal of Environmental Sciences. 11(4): 199-215. Abstract

  • Brooker MR, Bohrer G, Mouser PJ. (2014). Variations in potential CH4 flux and CO2 respiration from freshwater wetland sediments that differ by microsite location, depth and temperature. Ecological Engineering 72: 84-94. Abstract

  • Brantner JS, Senko JM. (2014). Response of soil-associated microbial communities to intrusion of coal mine-derived acid mine drainage. Environmental Science and Technology 48(15): 8556-8563. Abstract

  • Morin TH, Bohrer G, Naor-Azrieli L, Mesi S, Kenny WT, Mitsch WJ, Schafer KVR. (2014). The seasonal and diurnal dynamics of methane flux at a created urban wetland. Ecological Engineering 72: 74-83. Abstract

  • Morin TH, Bohrer G, Frasson RPDM, Naor-Azrieli L, Mesi S, Stefanik KC, Schafer KVR. (2014). Environmental drivers of methane fluxes from an urban temperate wetland park. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 119(11): 2188-2208. Abstract

  • Apul D. (2010). Ecological design principles and their implications on water infrastructure engineering. Journal of Green Building 5(3):147-164. Abstract

Water Quality & Sustainable Water Use

  • Yang XY, Boccelli DL. (2014). Simulation study to evaluate temporal aggregation and variability of stochastic water demands on distribution system hydraulics and transport. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 140(8). Abstract

  • Anand CK, Apul DS. (2014). Composting toilets as a sustainable alternative to urban sanitation - A review. Waste Management 34(2): 329-343. Abstract

  • Crosson GS, Sandmann E. (2013) Kinetic study of denatonium sorption to smectite clay minerals. Environmental Engineering Science 30(6): 311-316. Abstract

  • Motamarri S, Boccelli DL. (2012). Development of a neural-based forecasting tool to classify recreational water quality using fecal indicator organisms. Water Research 46: 4508-4520. Abstract

  • Patel J, Zhang Q, McKay RML, Vincent R, Xu Z. (2010) Genetic engineering of Caulobacter crescentus for removal of cadmium from water. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology 160: 232-243. Abstract

  • Xu Z, Lei Y, Patel J. (2010). Bioremediation of soluble heavy metals with recombinant Caulobacter crescentus. Bioengineered Bugs 1(3): 207-212. Abstract

Water Treatment

  • Wagh P, Parungao G, Viola R, Escobar I. (2015). A new technique to fabricate high-performance biologically inspired membranes for water treament. Separation and Purification. 156: 754-765. Abstract

  • Alvarez NT, Noga R, Chae S, Sorial G, Ryu H, Shanov V. (2017). Heatable carbon nanotube composite membranes for sustainable recovery from biofouling. The Journal of Bioadhesion and Biofilm research. 33(10): 847-854. Abstract

  • Krinks JK, Qiu M, Mergos IA, Weavers LK, Mouser PJ, Verweij H. (2015). Piezoceramic membrane with built-in ultrasonic defouling. Journal of Membrane Science. 494: 130-135. Abstract

  • Chen Y, Lunsford S, Dionysiou DD. (2008). Photocatalytic activity and electrochemical response of titania film with macro/mesoporous texture. Thin Solid Films 516: 7930-7936. Abstract

  • Chen Y, Lunsford S, Dionysiou DD. (2009). Characterization and electrochemical response of sonogel carbon electrode modified with nanostructured zirconium dioxide film. Sensors and Actuators B 137: 291-296. Abstract

  • Chen Y, Lunsford SK, Song Y, Ju H, Falaras P, Iikodimos V, Kontos AG, Dionysiou DD. (2011). Synthesis, characterization and electrochemical properties of mesoporous zirconia nanomaterials prepared by self-assembling sol–gel method with Tween 20 as a template. Chemical Engineering Journal. 170: 518-524. Abstract

  • Wang Z, Hessler CM, Xue Z, Seo Y. (2012). The role of extracellular polymeric substances on the sorption of natural organic matter. Water Research 46: 1052-1060. Abstract

  • Wang Z, Kim J, Seo Y. (2012). Influence of bacterial extracellular polymeric substances on the formation of Carbonaceous and Nitrogenous disinfection byproducts. Environmental Science & Technology 46: 11361−11369. Abstract

  • Xue Z, Hessler CM, Panmanee W, Hassett DJ, Seo Y. (2013). Pseudomonas aeruginosa inactivation mechanism is affected by capsular extracellular polymeric substances reactivity with chlorine and monochloramine. FEMS Microbial Ecology 83: 101-111. Abstract