Journal Papers 1990 – 2000
20. Alvarez* P.J.J., R.C. Heathcote, and S.E. Powers (1998). Caution against interpreting gasoline release dates based on BTEX ratios in ground water. Ground Water Monitoring and Remediation. Fall, 69-76.
17. Corseuil H.X., C.S. Hunt, R. dos Santos Ferreira, and P.J.J. Alvarez* (1998). The influence of the gasoline oxygenate ethanol on aerobic and anaerobic BTX biodegradation. Wat. Res. 32(7) 2065-2072.
16. Jordahl J.L., L. Foster, J.L. Schnoor, and P.J.J. Alvarez* (1997). Effect of poplar trees (Populus spp.) on microbial populations important to hazardous waste bioremediation. Environ. Tox. and Chem. 16(6):1318-1321.
15. Weathers* L.J., G.F. Parkin, and P.J.J. Alvarez (1997). Utilization of cathodic hydrogen as electron donor for chloroform cometabolism by a mixed methanogenic culture. Environ. Sci. Technol. 31 (3), 880 -885.
14. Kovacs P.E., P.J.J. Alvarez*, and R.L. Valentine (1997). The Effect of static magnetic fields on biological systems: Implications for enhanced biodegradation. Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology. 27(4), 319-382. A. B.
12. Alvarez*, P.J.J. (1996). Caution against the inappropriate use of analytical fate and transport models to estimate the age and risk of petroleum product releases. Ground Water Monitoring and Remediation. Spring, 72-76.
11. Vermace M.E., R.F. Christensen, G.F. Parkin, and P.J.J. Alvarez* (1996). Relationship between the concentration of denitrifiers and Pseudomonas spp. in soil: Implications for BTX bioremediation. Water Research. 30 (12) 3139-3145.
10. Miller* C.M., R.L. Valentine, M. Roehl, and P.J.J. Alvarez (1996). Chemical and microbiological assessment of pendimethalin contaminated soil after treatment with Fenton’s Reagent. Water Research. 30 (11) 2579-2586.
3. Chen, Y.M., L.M. Abriola*, P.J.J. Alvarez, P.J. Anid, and T.M. Vogel, (1992). Biodegradation and transport of benzene and toluene in sandy aquifer material: model-experiment comparisons. Water Resources Research; 28: 1833-1847.
2. Alvarez, P.J.J. and T.M. Vogel* (1991). Substrate interactions of benzene, toluene and para-xylene during microbial degradation by pure cultures and mixed culture aquifer slurries. Applied and Environmental Microbiology; 57: 2981-2985.