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The effect of feed water dissolved organic carbon concentration and composition on organic micropollutant removal and microbial diversity in soil columns simulating river bank filtration

(2016) CHEMOSPHERE. 144. p.932-939
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River bank filtration, Organic micropollutants, Biodegradation, Microbial community composition, Organic carbon fractions, MANAGED AQUIFER RECHARGE, CHEMICALS, PHARMACEUTICALLY ACTIVE COMPOUNDS, MATTER CHARACTERISTICS, LABORATORY COLUMN, GROUNDWATER, ATTENUATION, PERFORMANCE, BIODEGRADATION, COMMUNITY

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Chicago
Bertelkamp, Cheryl, JP van der Hoek, Klaas Schoutteten, Laurent Hulpiau, Lynn Vanhaecke, Julie Vanden Bussche, AJ Cabo, et al. 2016. “The Effect of Feed Water Dissolved Organic Carbon Concentration and Composition on Organic Micropollutant Removal and Microbial Diversity in Soil Columns Simulating River Bank Filtration.” Chemosphere 144: 932–939.
APA
Bertelkamp, Cheryl, van der Hoek, J., Schoutteten, K., Hulpiau, L., Vanhaecke, L., Vanden Bussche, J., Cabo, A., et al. (2016). The effect of feed water dissolved organic carbon concentration and composition on organic micropollutant removal and microbial diversity in soil columns simulating river bank filtration. CHEMOSPHERE, 144, 932–939.
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Bertelkamp C, van der Hoek J, Schoutteten K, Hulpiau L, Vanhaecke L, Vanden Bussche J, et al. The effect of feed water dissolved organic carbon concentration and composition on organic micropollutant removal and microbial diversity in soil columns simulating river bank filtration. CHEMOSPHERE. 2016;144:932–9.
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Bertelkamp, Cheryl, JP van der Hoek, Klaas Schoutteten, et al. “The Effect of Feed Water Dissolved Organic Carbon Concentration and Composition on Organic Micropollutant Removal and Microbial Diversity in Soil Columns Simulating River Bank Filtration.” CHEMOSPHERE 144 (2016): 932–939. Print.
@article{7084012,
  author       = {Bertelkamp, Cheryl and van der Hoek, JP and Schoutteten, Klaas and Hulpiau, Laurent and Vanhaecke, Lynn and Vanden Bussche, Julie and Cabo, AJ and Callewaert, Chris and Boon, Nico and L{\"o}wenberg, J and Singhal, N and Verliefde, Arne},
  issn         = {0045-6535},
  journal      = {CHEMOSPHERE},
  keyword      = {River bank filtration,Organic micropollutants,Biodegradation,Microbial community composition,Organic carbon fractions,MANAGED AQUIFER RECHARGE,CHEMICALS,PHARMACEUTICALLY ACTIVE COMPOUNDS,MATTER CHARACTERISTICS,LABORATORY COLUMN,GROUNDWATER,ATTENUATION,PERFORMANCE,BIODEGRADATION,COMMUNITY},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {932--939},
  title        = {The effect of feed water dissolved organic carbon concentration and composition on organic micropollutant removal and microbial diversity in soil columns simulating river bank filtration},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chemosphere.2015.09.017},
  volume       = {144},
  year         = {2016},
}

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