Polyacrylamide and Chitosan Biopolymer for Flocculation and Turbidity Reduction in Soil Suspensions
JOURNAL OF POLYMERS AND THE ENVIRONMENT.
By: J. Kang & R. McLaughlin
2018 journal article
Chemical Treatment to Reduce Turbidity in Pumped Construction Site Water
JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING, 144(12).
By: J. Kang, J. Vetter & R. McLaughlin
2014 journal article
Flocculated sediment and runoff quality improvement by polyacrylamide
Transactions of the ASABE, 57(3), 861–867.
By: J. Kang, S. King, R. McLaughlin & J. Wiseman
Granular and dissolved polyacrylamide effects on erosion and runoff under simulated rainfall
Journal of Environmental Quality, 43(6), 1972–1979.
By: J. Kang, A. Amoozegar, J. Heitman & R. McLaughlin
Impacts of flocculation on sediment basin performance and design
Transactions of the ASABE, 57(4), 1099–1107.
By: J. Kang, S. King & R. McLaughlin
2013 journal article
Check dam and polyacrylamide performance under simulated stormwater runoff
Journal of Environmental Management, 129, 593–598.
By: J. Kang, M. McCaleb & R. McLaughlin
Estimating the energy independence of a municipal wastewater treatment plant incorporating green energy resources
Energy Conversion and Management, 75, 664–672.
By: K. Chae & J. Kang
Turbidimetric determination of anionic polyacrylamide in low carbon soil extracts
Journal of Environmental Quality, 42(6), 1902–1907.
By: J. Kang, T. Sowers, O. Duckworth, A. Amoozegar, J. Heitman & R. McLaughlin
2012 journal article
Path analysis of phosphorus retention capacity in allophanic and non-allophanic andisols
Soil Science Society of America Journal, 76(2), 441–448.
By: Y. Hashimoto, J. Kang, N. Matsuyama & M. Saigusa
2011 journal article
Phosphorus leaching in a sandy soil as affected by organic and inorganic fertilizer sources
Geoderma, 161(3-4), 194–201.
By: J. Kang, A. Amoozegar, D. Hesterberg & D. Osmond
2009 journal article
Soil organic matter effects on phosphorus sorption: A path analysis
Soil Science Society of America Journal, 73(2), 360–366.
By: J. Kang, D. Hesterberg & D. Osmond
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