Chemical mass balance approach to field evaluation of bioremediation

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  • Ronald C. Sims,

    1. Utah State University, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Utah Water Research Laboratory, Logan, UT 84322
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    • Professor and Head of the Division of Environmental Engineering at Utah State University. He holds degrees in biology (B.S.), environmental chemistry and biology (M.S.), environmental engineering (M.S.), and biological and agricultural engineering (Ph.D). He has worked as Director of the International Program in Industrial Development, Chapel Hill, NC, as Supervisor of the Environmental Control Laboratory for Mobay Chemical Corporation, Charleston, SC, and as environmental engineer with Research Triangle Institute, NC. Dr. Sims currently is involved in teaching, research, and technology transfer in the area of contaminated soil characterization and remediation.

  • Judith L. Sims

    1. Utah State University, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Utah Water Research Laboratory, Logan, UT 84322
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    • Research Assistant Professor in the Division of Environmental Engineering at Utah State University. She holds degrees in biology (B.S.), environmental chemistry and biology (M.S.), and soil science (M.S.). She has held positions as an Associate in a private consulting firm in Raleigh, NC, and as Chairperson of the on-site wastewater disposal committee of the State of Utah. Judith Sims is currently involved in teaching, research, and technology transfer in the area of contaminated soil characterization and remediation.


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