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2011-05-01Evaluation of an integrated sponge - Granular activated carbon fluidized bed bioreactor for treating primary treated sewage effluentXing, W; Ngo, HH; Guo, WS; Listowski, A; Cullum, P
2019-06-01Eutrophication triggers the shift of nutrient absorption pathway of submerged macrophytes: Implications for the phytoremediation of eutrophic watersXu, X; Zhou, Y; Han, R; Song, K; Zhou, X; Wang, G; Wang, Q
2018-02-01Analysis of chromium status in the revegetated flora of a tannery waste site and microcosm studies using earthworm E. fetidaNirola, R; Megharaj, M; Subramanian, A; Thavamani, P; Ramadass, K; Aryal, R; Saint, C
2019-01-01Dynamic membrane bioreactor performance enhancement by powdered activated carbon addition: Evaluation of sludge morphological, aggregative and microbial propertiesYu, Z; Hu, Y; Dzakpasu, M; Wang, XC; Ngo, HH
2019-12-01Rapid enrichment and ammonia oxidation performance of ammonia-oxidizing archaea from an urban polluted river of ChinaTu, R; Jin, W; Han, SF; Zhou, X; Wang, T; Gao, SH; Wang, Q; Chen, C; Xie, GJ
2010-01-01Effects of sponge size and type on the performance of an up-flow sponge bioreactor in primary treated sewage effluent treatmentNguyen, TT; Ngo, HH; Guo, W; Johnston, A; Listowski, A
2014-01-01A specific pilot-scale membrane hybrid treatment system for municipal wastewater treatmentNguyen, DD; Ngo, HH; Kim, SD; Yoon, YS
2015-02-01Effects of salinity build-up on biomass characteristics and trace organic chemical removal: Implications on the development of high retention membrane bioreactorsLuo, W; Hai, FI; Kang, J; Price, WE; Guo, W; Ngo, HH; Yamamoto, K; Nghiem, LD
2010-01-01An innovative attached-growth biological system for purication of pond waterChang, CY; Chang, JS; Chen, CM; Chiemchaisri, C; Vigneswaran, S
2018-04-01Model-based assessment of estrogen removal by nitrifying activated sludgePeng, L; Dai, X; Liu, Y; Sun, J; Song, S; Ni, BJ
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