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Daniel Zitomer
Daniel Zitomer
Professor of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering, Marquette Univ
Verified email at mu.edu
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Relating anaerobic digestion microbial community and process function: supplementary issue: water microbiology
K Venkiteshwaran, B Bocher, J Maki, D Zitomer
Microbiology insights 8, MBI. S33593, 2015
2692015
Sequential environments for enhanced biotransformation of aqueous contaminants
DH Zitomer, RE Speece
Environmental science & technology 27 (2), 226-244, 1993
1961993
Instrumentation and control of anaerobic digestion processes: a review and some research challenges
J Jimenez, E Latrille, J Harmand, A Robles, J Ferrer, D Gaida, C Wolf, ...
Reviews in Environmental Science and Bio/Technology 14, 615-648, 2015
1872015
Feasibility and benefits of methanogenesis under oxygen-limited conditions
DH Zitomer, JD Shrout
Proceedings of the 52nd Purdue Industrial Waste Conference1997 Conference …, 2020
1362020
Bioaugmentation for improved recovery of anaerobic digesters after toxicant exposure
AE Schauer-Gimenez, DH Zitomer, JS Maki, CA Struble
Water research 44 (12), 3555-3564, 2010
1362010
Pretreatment and anaerobic co-digestion of selected PHB and PLA bioplastics
N Benn, D Zitomer
Frontiers in Environmental Science 5, 93, 2018
1262018
Methanogen community structure-activity relationship and bioaugmentation of overloaded anaerobic digesters
VP Tale, JS Maki, CA Struble, DH Zitomer
Water Research 45 (16), 5249-5256, 2011
1202011
Methyl coenzyme M reductase (mcrA) gene abundance correlates with activity measurements of methanogenic H2/CO2‐enriched anaerobic biomass
R Morris, A Schauer‐Gimenez, U Bhattad, C Kearney, CA Struble, ...
Microbial biotechnology 7 (1), 77-84, 2014
1172014
Bioaugmentation of overloaded anaerobic digesters restores function and archaeal community
VP Tale, JS Maki, DH Zitomer
Water Research 70, 138-147, 2015
1082015
High‐sulfate, high‐chemical oxygen demand wastewater treatment using aerated methanogenic fluidized beds
DH Zitomer, JD Shrout
Water Environment Research 72 (1), 90-97, 2000
1062000
Characteristics and applications of biochars derived from wastewater solids
Z Liu, S Singer, Y Tong, L Kimbell, E Anderson, M Hughes, D Zitomer, ...
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 90, 650-664, 2018
1022018
Triclocarban influences antibiotic resistance and alters anaerobic digester microbial community structure
DE Carey, DH Zitomer, KR Hristova, AD Kappell, PJ McNamara
Environmental Science & Technology 50 (1), 126-134, 2016
1002016
Cyanide and metal pollution by urban snowmelt: impact of deicing compounds
V Novotny, D Muehring, DH Zitomer, DW Smith, R Facey
Water Science and Technology 38 (10), 223-230, 1998
971998
Nonylphenol ethoxylates and other additives in aircraft deicers, antiicers, and waters receiving airport runoff
SR Corsi, DH Zitomer, JA Field, DA Cancilla
Environmental science & technology 37 (18), 4031-4037, 2003
882003
Biochar from pyrolysis of biosolids for nutrient adsorption and turfgrass cultivation
DE Carey, PJ McNamara, DH Zitomer
Water Environment Research 87 (12), 2098-2106, 2015
872015
Metal stimulation and municipal digester thermophilic/mesophilic activity
DH Zitomer, CC Johnson, RE Speece
Journal of environmental engineering 134 (1), 42-47, 2008
832008
Emerging investigators series: Pyrolysis removes common microconstituents triclocarban, triclosan, and nonylphenol from biosolids
JJ Ross, DH Zitomer, TR Miller, CA Weirich, PJ McNamara
Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology 2 (2), 282-289, 2016
792016
Stoichiometry of combined aerobic and methanogenic COD transformation
DH Zitomer
Water Research 32 (3), 669-676, 1998
781998
Low energy anaerobic membrane bioreactor for municipal wastewater treatment
MD Seib, KJ Berg, DH Zitomer
Journal of Membrane Science 514, 450-457, 2016
742016
Municipal anaerobic digesters for codigestion, energy recovery, and greenhouse gas reductions
DH Zitomer, P Adhikari, C Heisel, D Dineen
Water Environment Research 80 (3), 229-237, 2008
692008
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