Curriculum Vitae






F. Michael Saunders

Professor Emeritus
Environmental Engineering
404-894-2265 or 404-985-3130




Biography

F. Michael Saunders is currently Professor Emeritus. He joined the School of Civil & Environmental Engineering (CEE) at Georgia Tech in 1974 and over a period of 34 years held positions of assistant professor (1974-1980), associate professor (1980-1989), professor (1989-2008), and associate chair of the School (2005-2007). He held three tours as Environmental Engineering Group Leader (1977-78; 1989-1997 & 2004-2005). He was a member of the CEE faculty on the Savannah campus as associate director of GT Savannah (2005-2007). At GT he also held positions of adjunct professor in School of Public Policy (1996-2007) and Professor of Bioengineering (2005-2008) and was adjunct professor at Skidaway Institute of Oceanography (1999-2009). He was co-director of the USEPA Hazardous Substance Research Center/South-Southwest (1991-2000) and director (1992-1999) of the GT Office of Environmental Science Technology and Policy (forerunner to Brook Byers Institute for Sustainable Systems). He is Honorary Professor of Environmental Science & Technology in the Department of Natural Sciences at University of Copenhagen, Denmark (2008-2011).In the period of 2007-2009, Professor Saunders was at the National University of Singapore (NUS) as Professor and Chair of the Division of Environmental Science & Engineering (Faculty of Engineering) and founding Director of NUS Environmental Research Institute. Notable accomplishments in Singapore were the build-out and establishment of the Singapore Membrane Technology Centre with GE Energy & NUS and the accreditation of bachelor’s degree program in Environmental Science & Engineering (ESE) through the international Washington Accord. He returned to Atlanta and GA Tech in 2009 in his emeritus position, maintaining professional activities with the exclusion of directly advising doctoral students. He is Honorary Professor of Environmental Science & Technology in the Department of Natural Sciences at University of Copenhagen, Denmark (2008-2011).Professor Saunders has been active in professional societies including AAEE, ASCE, AIPP, ACS, ASM, SETAC, AEESP, ISME, IWA and WEF. Principal society-leadership positions include: President, AEESP; Chair, Executive Committee of Environmental Engineering Division of ASCE; and Vice President of American Institute of Pollution Prevention. He is a registered professional engineer in Georgia. His past editorial positions include: Editorial Board, Clean Products & Processes; Editor, Journal Water Pollution Control Federation; Editor (Founding), Water Environment Research; Chair, Journal Board of Editorial Review of Journal Water Pollution Control Federation; Chair, Journal Board of Editorial Review of Water Environment Research; USA Regional Editor, Environmental Technology Letters; Editorial Board, Environmental Technology Letters; Editorial Board, Fluid-Particle Separation Journal; and Associate Editor, Journal of Environmental Engineering (ASCE). 

Education

  • PhD, Environmental Engineering in Civil Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1975
  • MS, Civil Engineering (Sanitary Engineering), Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1969
  • BSCE, Civil Engineering, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1967

Research Interests

  • Water and wastewater reclamation and reuse; potable-water treatment unit operations & processes; transformation, transport and fate of organic and inorganic contaminants in coastal-zone waters and sediments; transformations and fate of mercury in marine and freshwater sediments;
  • Aquatic-plant assimilation of persistent organic compounds; fate of persistent organics in natural-environment systems of plants, microbes and sediments; phytoremediation and bioremediation of hazardous substances; storm-water characterization and reclamation; characterization and treatment of natural organic matter in surface-waters and wastewater reclamation systems; hazardous substances in sediments, soils and residues; membrane separations;
  • Activated sludge modeling and removal of recalcitrant organics and nutrients in biological reactor systems; membrane separations within and following bioprocess systems; industrial and municipal residue characterization, treatment and reclamation;
  • Industrial ecology; sustainable urban systems; water reclamation and reuse in buildings and urban systems.

Honors

  • Board Certified Environmental Engineer (by eminence)
  • Academy of Distinguished Alumni, Civil & Environmental Engineering, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University
  • Omicron Delta Kappa
  • American Men and Women of Science
  • Who's Who in Engineering (USA)
  • Who’s Who in Engineering (Singapore)

Awards

  • Gordon Maskew Fair Medal (Water Environment Federation)
  • Pyke Johnson Award (Transportation Research Board, 1995)
  • SAIC Paper Competition Award Winner (2002, Jacqueline Tront; 2003, James Day)

Articles

  1. Reinhold, D., Handell, L., and Saunders, F. M., 2011, “Callus Cultures for Phytometabolism Studies: Phytometabolites of 3-Trifluoromethylphenol in Lemnaceae Plants and Callus Cultures” International Journal of Phytoremediation, 13(7):642-656.
  2. Reinhold, D., Vishwanathan, S., Park, J-J., Oh, D., Saunders, F. M., 2010, “Assessment of plant-driven removal of emerging organic pollutants by duckweed.” Chemosphere, 80(7):687-692.
  3. Tront, J.M., Reinhold, D. M., Bragg, A. W., and Saunders, F. M., 2007, “Uptake of Halogenated Phenols by Aquatic Plants”, Journal of Environmental Engineering, 133(10):955-961
  4. Tront, J. M., & Saunders, F. M., 2007, "Sequestration of Halogenated Phenols and Metabolic Products by Lemna minor as Evidenced by 19F NMR", Environmental Pollution, 145(3):708-714.
  5. Reinhold, D. M., & Saunders, F. M., 2006, “Phytoremediation of Fluorinated Agrochemicals by Duckweed”, Transactions, ASABE. 49(6): 2077-2083.
  6. Reinhold, D. M., & Saunders, F. M., 2006, “Development and Application of Oxygen Production Rate Assessment to Uptake of Fluorinated Organics by Lemna Minor”, Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 25:3039-3045.
  7. Tront, J. M., & Saunders, F. M., 2006, "Role of Plant Activity and Contaminant Speciation in Aquatic Plant Assimilation of 2,4,5-trichlorophenol", Chemosphere, 64(3):400-407
  8. Tront, J. M., Amos, B.K., Frank E. Löffler, F. E., and Saunders, F. M., 2006, “Activity of Desulfitobacterium sp. strain Viet1 Demonstrates Bioavailability of 2,4-Dichlorophenol Previously Sequestered by the Aquatic Plant Lemna minor”, Environ. Science & Technology:40(2):529-535
  9. Krajmalnik-Brown, R., Sung, Y., Ritalahti, K. M., Saunders, F. M., Löffler, F. E., 2007, “Environmental distribution of the trichloroethene reductive dehalogenase gene (tceA) suggests lateral gene transfer among Dehalococcoides.”, FEMS Microbiology Ecology: 59(1):206-214
  10. Rosa Krajmalnik-Brown, T. Hölscher, I. N.Thomson, F. M. Saunders, K. M. Ritalahti, and Frank E. Löffler, 2004, “Genetic Identification of a Putative Vinyl Chloride Reductase in Dehalococcoides sp. Strain BAV1”, Applied Environmental Microbiology, 70:6347-6351
  11. Day, J. A., and Saunders, F. M., 2003, “Glycoside formation from Chlorophenols in Lemna minor”, Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 25(3): 613-620
  12. King, J. K., Jahnke, R., Kostka, J., Frischer, M. and Saunders, F. M., 2001, "A quantitative relationship that demonstrates mercury methylation rates in marine sediments are based on the community composition and activity of sulfate-reducing bacteria”, Environmental Science and Technology. 35(12): 2491-2496
  13. Frischer, M. E., Healy, M., Saunders, F. M., et al., 2000, “Whole cell vs. Total RNA extraction for analysis of microbial community structure using 16S rRNA targeted oligonucleotides in saltmarsh sediments”, Applied & Environmental Microbiology. 66: 3037-3043
  14. King, J.K., Kostka, J.E., Frischer, M.E., and Saunders, F. M., 2000, “Sulfate-reducing bacteria methylate mercury at variable rates in pure culture and in marine sediments”, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 66(6):2430-2437
  15. King, J., Saunders, F. M., Jahnke, R. Lee, R., and Windom H., 1999, "Coupling Mercury Methylation Rates to Sulfate Reduction in marine Sediments," Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 18(7):1390
  16. Pavlostathis, S. G., Comstock, K., Jacobson, M.E., and Saunders, F. M., 1998, "Transformation of 2,4,6, Trinitrotoluene by the aquatic plant Myriophyllum spicatum," Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 17(11): 2266-2273
  17. Wang, X., Mize, T. H., Saunders, F. M., Baker, S. A., 1996, "Biotreatability Test of Bleach Wastewaters from Pulp and Paper Mills." Water Science and Technology, 35 (2-3): 101-108
  18. Schimmel, K. A., Chynoweth, D. P., Teixeira, A. A., Yeargers, E.K., and Saunders, F. M., 1996, The SUCCESS story--Introducing Biology into the Engineering Curriculum," Resource: 3 (2): 12-14, 27
  19. LeBlanc, D.C., Saunders, F. M., Meyer, M. D., Guensler, R., 1995, “Driving Pattern Variability and Impacts on Vehicle Carbon Monoxide Emissions," Transportation Research Record, 1472:45-52
  20. Saunders, F.M., 1988, "Heavy Metal Impact on Disposal and Reclamation of Aluminum-Anodizing Residues," Environmental Technology Letters, 9:945- 956
  21. Saunders, F.M., and Shaw, R.C., 1988, "Aluminum Reclamation by Acidic Extraction of Aluminum-Anodizing Sludges," Journal of the Water Pollution Control Federation, 60:369-378
  22. Minchew, E.P., Gould, J.P., and Saunders, F.M., 1987, "Multistage Decomposition of Ozone in Dilute Aqueous Solutions," Ozone Science and Engineering: 9:165-177
  23. Saunders, F. M., and Harmon, C. B., 1985, “Production of liquid alum from aluminum-anodizing sludges”, Water Science & Technology: 17(4/5):541-549

Books

  1. Jacobson, M., Chiang, S-Y., Gueriguian, L., Westholm, Pierson, J. and Saunders, F. M., 2003, “Kinetics of 2,4,6-Trinitrotoluene Removal and Amino-dinitrotoluene Production in Aquatic Plant Species”, Chapter 13 (pg. 409-428) in Phytoremediation: Transformation and Control of Contaminants, S. McCutcheon and J. Schnoor, Editors, Wiley-Interscience, 987 pp.
  2. Day, J. A., and Saunders, F. M., Quantification of Chlorophenol Metabolism by L. minor”, Proceeding: SETAC Conference, Salt Lake City, December 2002.
  3. Tront, J. M. and F. M. Saunders, 2002. “Sequestration and Detoxification of Chlorinated Phenols by Aquatic Plants.” Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds Conference, Monterey, CA, Battelle Press
  4. Saunders, F. M., Chang, S.-Y., Day, J. A., and J. Tront, 2001, “Phytoremediation - A Core Technology for Remediation of Mixed-Waste Contaminated Plumes and Soils.” DE FC09-97SR18911 Final Report, Centers of Excellence - Groundwater & Soil Remediation. Education, Research and Development Association (ERDA), Georgia Research Alliance and Department of Energy, Savannah River Site, Aiken SC
  5. Saunders, F. M., Chiang, S-Y., Wynn, J. C., Wang, X., 1998, "Preliminary Microbial Respiration Study on Contaminated Wetland Sediments," in Natural Attenuation-Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds, edited by G. B. Wickramanayake and R. E. Hinchee, Battelle Press, pp. 87-92.
  6. Saunders, F. M., 1996, HSRC Research Brief #13: Phytoremediation of TNT-Contaminated Soils: Integrated Laboratory and Field Studies (Principal Investigators: Saunders, Pavlostathis, Tiller, Jacobson, and Pierson)
  7. Saunders, F. M., 1996, HSRC Research Brief #14: Aquatic Plant Lagoon Systems for Explosives Remediation. 1996 (Principal Investigators: Saunders, Pierson, and Jacobson)
  8. Saunders, F. M., Chiang, S-Y., Wynn J. C. and Wang, X., 1998, "Preliminary Microbial Respiration Study on contaminated Wetland Sediments under Aerobic and Anaerobic Environments," Proceedings of Conference on Wetlands, Engineering and River Restoration
  9. Pierson, J. and Saunders, F. M., 1998, "Intermittent Sand Filtration for Reclamation of Wash Rack Water," Final Report to Construction Engineering Research Laboratory, 30 pp.. Barany, S., Flamm, C., and Saunders, F. M., 1998, "An Evaluation of Environmental Contamination Associated with the Military Industrial Complex of the Former Soviet Union." 210 pp. , Final report to Army Environmental Policy Institute, DoD
  10. Gray, D. B., Windom, H. A., Jahnke, R. A., Saunders, F. M., "Acid Volatile Sulfides as Indicators of Heavy Metal Binding Capacity in Southeastern Coastal Sediments," Proc. Joint HSRC/WERC Conference on the Environment, pp. 344-349, April 1997
  11. Macari, E.J., and Saunders, F. M., Editors, Environmental Quality, Innovative Technologies and Sustainable Economic Development – A NAFTA Perspective, ASCE Report Series, 1997.
  12. Macari, E. J., Frost, J. D., Saunders, F. M., and DuBose, J. R., 1994, "Sustainable Technology in Support of Economic Development," Georgia Sustainability Round-Table Forum, Georgia World Congress Center, September 1994 (9 pp.).
  13. Williams, N.D., Pohland, F.G., McGowan, K.C., and Saunders, F.M., 1987, 'Simulation of Leachate Generation from Municipal Solid Waste," Final Report to Hazardous Waste Engineering Research Laboratory, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, EPA 600/2-87-1059 (PB87-227005), 168 pp.

Presentations

  1. Saunders, F. M., 2009, “Uptake and fate of persistent organic contaminants in plan-microbe ecosystems”, School of Life Sciences, University of Copenhagen, 2009
  2. Saunders, F. M., 2009, “Sustainable Water Systems and Process in Urban Communities”, Danish Water Forum, Copenhagen, Denmark
  3. Saunders, F. M., 2009, “Fate of persistent organics in aquatic plant systems”, University of Virginia, Universitas 21 Workshop
  4. Saunders, F. M., 2007, Sustainable water systems in urban communities”, Sandia National Lab, New Mexico
  5. Saunders, F. M., 2006, “Role of aquatic plants in the metabolism of halogenated phenols”, National University of Singapore
  6. Krajmalnik-Brown, R., Saunders, F. M., Löffler, F., Ritalahti, K., 2005, “A Reductive Dehalogenase (RDase) Gene is Shared among Dehalococcoides Species”, American Society of Microbiology 105th General Meeting, Poster presentation, June 5-8, 2005, Atlanta GA
  7. Chiang, S-Y and Saunders, F. M. “Fundamental Study of Reducing Power For Reductive Dechlorination In Wetland Sediments.” Battelle International Conference on Contaminated Sediments, New Orleans, LA, January 2005
  8. King, J, and Saunders, F. M., "Methymercury Formation in Marine and Freshwater Systems: Sediment Characteristics, Microbial Activity and SRB Phylogeny Control Formation Rates and Food-Chain Exposure", Invited Platform Presentation, American Geophysical Union, Montreal Canada, 2004
  9. Saunders, F. M., Reinhold, D. M., and Tront, J. M., 2004, "Fate of fluorinated organics in aquatic plant systems in surface waters and reclamation systems", Platform presentation, Environmental Chemistry Division, American Chemical Society Conference, Philadelphia
  10. Saunders, F. M., 2004, "Mercury Transformations & Fate In Marine and Freshwater Sediment Systems", Invited Presentation, US EPA Region IV and US EPA Office of Research & Development, Environmental Research and Science Series, Atlanta GA
  11. Krajmalnik-Brown, R, Thomson, L. N., Ritalahti, K. M., Saunders, F. M., Löffler, F. E., "Identification of Putative Reductive Dehalogenase Genes from Chlororespiring Isolate Dehalococcoides Sp. Strain Bav1, Platform Presentation, International Society of Microbial Ecology Conference, Mexico
  12. Amos, B. K., Löffler, F. E. Saunders, F. M., Tront, J. M., 2004, "Use Of Desulfitobacterium Sp. Strain Viet1 to Assess the Fate of 2,4-Dichlorophenol Sequestered by the Aquatic Plant Lemna Minor, Poster Presentation, International Society of Microbial Ecology Conference, Mexico
  13. King, J., and Saunders, F.M., 2003, “Saltmarsh Mesocosms and Sedimentary Mercury Transformations”, SETAC Conference, Platform Presentation, Austin Texas, Nov. 2003
  14. Tront, J. and Saunders, F. M., 2003, “Use of fluorinated analogs to explore pollutant fate in plant systems" National Conference of American Chemical Society, May, 2003, New Orleans, LA
  15. Saunders, F.M., 2003, “Removal of Persistent organic Contaminants in Aquatic Plant Systems for Site Restoration”, Savannah River Site, STRC Invited Lecture, July 2003
  16. Day, J. A., and Saunders, F. M., 2003, “Chlorophenol glycosidation by Lemna minor: metabolic implications” International Applied Phytotechnologies Conference (EPA, Environment Canada, HSRC, Chevron-Texaco), Chicago IL, March 2003
  17. Krajmalnik-Brown, R. et al., 2003, “Identification of Structural genes Implicated in Complete detoxification of Chlorinated Ethenes” Battelle On-Site and In-Situ Remediation of Toxic Contaminants, Orlando FL
  18. Krajmalnik-Brown, R. et al., 2003, “Identification Cloning and Expression Analysis of Genes Implicated in Vinyl Chloride Reductive Dechlorination, American Society of Microbiology, Washington DC
  19. Tront, J. M. and F. M. Saunders, 2002, “Role of Aquatic Plants in Sequestration of Toxic Organic Contaminants.” Poster Presentation at Bioremediation and Biodegradation: Current Advances in Reducing Toxicity, Exposure and Environmental Consequences, Sailorman Conference Center, Pacific Grove, CA June 10, 2002
  20. Tront, J. M. and F. M. Saunders, 2002, “Sequestration and Detoxification of Chlorinated Phenols by Aquatic Plants.” Platform Presentation, Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds Conference, Monterey, CA, May 21, 2002
  21. Tront, J. M. and F. M. Saunders, 2002, “Contaminant Uptake and Plant Activity Assessments in Aquatic Plant Systems.” Platform Presentation, Quadrangle Conference, Chapel Hill, NC February 10, 2002
  22. Tront, J. M., Day, J. A. and F. M. Saunders, 2001, “Phytoremediation Kinetics: Removal of 2,4,5-Trichlorophenol with Lemna minor” Poster Presentation at the American Society for Microbiology General Meeting, Orlando, FL
  23. Tront, J. M. and F. M. Saunders, 2002, “Role of Aquatic Plants in Sequestration of Toxic Organic Contaminants.” Poster Presentation at Bioremediation and Biodegradation: Current Advances in Reducing Toxicity, Exposure and Environmental Consequences, Sailorman Conference Center, Pacific Grove, CA June 10, 2002
  24. Tront, J. M. and F. M. Saunders, 2002, “Sequestration and Detoxification of Chlorinated Phenols by Aquatic Plants.” Platform Presentation, Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds Conference, Monterey, CA, May 21, 2002
  25. Tront, J. M. and F. M. Saunders, 2002, “Contaminant Uptake and Plant Activity Assessments in Aquatic Plant Systems.” Platform Presentation, Quadrangle Conference, Chapel Hill, NC February 10, 2002
  26. Tront, J. M., Day, J. A. and F. M. Saunders, 2001, “Removal of 2,4,5-Trichlorophenol by L. minor.” Poster Presentation, Water Environment Federation Annual Conference and Exposition, Atlanta, GA
  27. King, J., Saunders, F.M., Frischer, M., Kostka, J., 1999, “Identification of Sulfate-reducing phylogenetic groups most capable of methylating mercury in pure culture and organic-acid preconditioned sediment slurries”, American Society of Microbiology, poster presentation
  28. Saunders, F. M., "Activated Sludge Biotreatability of Pulp and Paper Wastes: Bleaching Option Investigations," 1998, Invited Presentation, Corporate Environmental Staff, Georgia Pacific Corporation
  29. Mondecar, M. and Saunders, F. M., 1997, "Remediation of TNT-contaminated Soil by Cyanobacterial Mat," WERC/HSRC ‘97 Joint Conference on the Environment, Albuquerque, NM
  30. King, J., Saunders, F. M., Lee, R., Jahnke, R., and Frischer, M., 1998, "Kinetics of Mercury Methylation in Marine Sediments," Poster Presentation, American Society of Microbiology Conference, Atlanta, Georgia
  31. Chiang, S-Y., Wang, X. and Saunders, F. M., 1998, "Sediment Based Intrinsic Remediation of a Contaminated Wetland," International Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds
  32. Saunders, F. M., Jacobson, M. E., Chiang, S-Y., Wynn, J., Wang, X., 1997, "Natural Attenuation of Groundwater Contamination from Chlororganics and Petrochemicals Using a Wetlands System at an Air Force Base," International Conference on Demilitarization Ecology in Central and Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union, University of Miskolc, Hungary
  33. Flamm, C. and Saunders, F. M., 1997, "Environmental Degradation by Country in the FSU," First International Conference on Demilitarization Ecology in CEE and FSU (DEMECO’97), Miskolc, Hungary
  34. Saunders, F. M. and Jacobson, M. E., 1997, "Phytoremediation of Explosives-contaminated Sites, Soils and Groundwaters using Aquatic Plants in Lagoon Systems," First International Conference on Demilitarization Ecology in CEE and FSU (DEMECO’97), Miskolc, Hungary
  35. Saunders, F. M., Jacobson, M. E., Gueriguian, L., Westholm, L., Benton, M., Comstock, K., Chiang, S-Y., 1997, "A Kinetic Assessment of Transformation of 2,4,6-Trinitrotoluene and Aminated Byproducts by Aquatic Plants and Elodea densa," 14th Biennial Estuarine Research Federation International Conference, The State of Our Estuaries. Rhode Island
  36. Saunders F. M. et al., "Remediation of Benzene and Chlorobenzenes in Wetland Sediments," Presentation at International Conference on Petroleum Chemistry, Tomsk, Siberia, Russian Academy of Science, December 1997
  37. Saunders, F. M. and Chiang, S-Y., 1997, "Intrinsic Biodegradation of Hazardous Organics in Wetland Sediments at Contaminated Military Base," International symposium on Natural Attenuation 1997, Scottsdale, Arizona
  38. Saunders, F. M., Jacobson, M. E., Benton, M., Westholm, L., Wang, X., 1997, "Effect of Trinitrotoluene on Carbon Fixation Rates and the Transformation Kinetics in Elodea nutalli," 14th Biennial Estuarine Research Federation International Conference, The State of Our Estuaries. RI
  39. Saunders, F. M., and Jacobson, M. E., 1996, "Application of Phytoremediation Technology in Treatment of Contaminated Groundwater and Soils - Remediation of Trinitrotoluene Using Aquatic Plants." Second International Symposium on the Environment and New Technologies. "Soil Protection: Prevention and Remediation", September, 1996 Bordeaux, France
  40. Saunders, F. M., 1995, "Phytoremediation of TNT contaminated soil and groundwater in aquatic-plant systems". Invited presentation, Phytoremediation of Munitions Contaminated Soils Conference. Kansas State University
  41. Stuart, J. A., Ammons, J. C., Turbini, L. J., Saunders, F. M., Saminathan, M., 1995, "Analytic Modeling to Evaluate Environmental Impact and Yield Trade-Offs for Electronics Manufacturing Product and Process Alternatives", 1995 IEEE International Symposium on Electronics and the Environment. Orlando
  42. Comstock, K., Pavlostathis, S.G., Jacobson, M.E., Saunders, F. M., "Phytoremediation of TNT by Myriophyllum spicatum," Poster Presentation, Hazardous Substance Research Center- Five Centers Meeting, Oregon, July 1995
  43. Saunders, F. M., Jacobson, M.E., Pavlostathis, S.G., Pierson, J., Wang, X., Tiller, C., Gould, J., Chiang, S-Y., Gueriguian, L., Benton, M., Chen, S-T, Comstock, K., Westholm, L., Quanbar, E., Carter, W., 1995, "Phytoremediation of TNT contaminated soil and groundwater in aquatic-plant systems." Poster Presentation, Hazardous Substance Research Center- Five Centers Meeting, Oregon
  44. Saunders, F. M., Jacobson, M.E., et al., 1995, "Phytoremediation of TNT Contaminated Soil and Groundwater in Aquatic-Plant Systems." Invited presentation, American Chemical Society Hazardous Waste Symposium, September, 1995
  45. Jacobson M., Saunders, F. M., et al., 1995. "Mechanisms and Rates of Phytoremediation of Contaminated Soil and Groundwater in Aquatic Plant Systems". Estuarine Research Foundation
  46. LeBlanc, D. C., Saunders, F. M., Meyer, M., Ross, C. DuBose, R. and Ripberger, C. T., 1994, "Use of Wide Range Oxygen Sensors in Instrumental Vehicles," Air and Waste Management Association Conference, Durham, North Carolina

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