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Biofilms 2010

Opening General Session

Leading Edge Practice and Research for the Application of Biofilm Reactors
pp. 31-47(17)
Authors: Aspegren, Henrik; Andersson, Bengt; Cimbritz, Michael; Cour Jansen, Jes la

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Session 1: Microbial Fuel Cells

Effect of Location on the Performance of Benthic Microbial Fuel Cells
pp. 48-51(4)
Authors: Dewan, Alim; Ewing, Timothy; Nielsen, Mark E.; Reimers, Clare E.; Chadwick, Bart; Richter, Ken; Lewandowski, Zbigniew; Beyenal, Haluk

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Microbial Electrochemical Cells as a Research Tool to Probe Microbial and Biofilm Kinetics
pp. 52-60(9)
Authors: Torres, César I.; García-Peña, E.I.; Krajmalnik-Brown, Rosa; Rittmann, Bruce E.

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Session 2: Microbial Communities

A New Approach to Nutrient Removal Using the HYBACS Process
pp. 81-94(14)
Authors: Hoyland, Garry; Vale, Peter; Rogalla, Frank; Jones, Mark

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Cultivation and Performance of Aerobic Granules in a Pilot Scale SBR to Treat Real Domestic Sewage
pp. 95-102(8)
Authors: Tu, Xiang; Su, Ben-Sheng; Kong, Yun-Hua; Zhu, Jian-Rong

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Overview of Applied Research with Nereda®-Technology in the Netherlands
pp. 103-113(11)
Authors: de Bruin, L.M.M.; van der Roest, H.F.; van Loosdrecht, M.C.M.

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Microalgal Biofilm Reactor: Investigation of Microalgal Attachment to Surfaces
pp. 114-129(16)
Authors: Irving, Tyler; Allen, D. Grant

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Session 3: MBBR IFAS

Pilot Study to Evaluate MBBR as a Sustainable Treatment Solution for Irrigation Reuse
pp. 130-153(24)
Authors: Steichen, Mark; Sabherwal, Bikram; Shaw, Andrew; Johnson, Terry L.; Kadava, Anjana; Nussbaum, Brandy; Kazemi, Saeed

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Development of IFAS Design Parameters from the Full-Scaledemonstration at the TZ Osborne WRF in Greensboro, NC
pp. 154-180(27)
Authors: Gellner, W. James; Howard, D.; Scuras, S.; Beck, J.; White, C.; McGehee, M.

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Evaluation of Sulfide-Driven Autotrophic Denitrification in a Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor
pp. 181-196(16)
Authors: Bill, K. A.; Bott, C. B.; Murthy, S. N.

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Separation of Biomass From Moving Bed Biofilm Reactors (MBBRs)
pp. 212-233(22)
Authors: ødegaard, Hallvard; Cimbritz, Michael; Christensson, Magnus; Dahl, Claus Poulsen

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Experiences in Using MBBR and Denitrification Filters for Nitrogen Removal from Saline Wastewater
pp. 254-264(11)
Authors: deBarbadillo, C.; Bates, J.; Chan, T.; Steichen, M.; Wallis-Lage, C.

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Parameters Influencing Nitrite Generation in Drinking Water MBBR Denitrification
pp. 265-269(5)
Authors: Arbel, T.; Assulin, N.; Sharon, N.; Laffay, J.

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Small Footprint Wastewater Treatment Plants. The Combination of Moving Bed Biofilm Reactors with Ballasted Floc Solids Separation
pp. 270-283(14)
Authors: Haegh, Marius; Sjölin, Claes; Dahl, Claus Poulsen; Hansen, Audun Teie

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Two Stage MBBR for the Treatment of High TDS Produced Water
pp. 284-287(4)
Authors: Syron, Eoin; Cabral, Christian; Blumenschein, Chuck

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Session 4: Membranes and Biofilms

Bio–reduction of para-chloronitrobenzene (p-CNB) in Drinking Water Using a Continuous Stirring Hollow Membrane Biofilm Reactor
pp. 288-298(11)
Authors: Xia, S. Q.; Li, H. X.; Zhong, F. H.; Yang, X.; Zhang, Y. H.

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A Hydrogen-Based Hollow-fiber Membrane Biofilm Reactor Used for Cr(VI) Removal from Groundwater
pp. 299-308(10)
Authors: Li, H. X.; Zhong, F. H.; Yang, X.; Zhang, Y. H.; Xia, S. Q.

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Bioelectrochemical Hydrogen Peroxide Production – an Opportunity for Sustainable Mitigation of Membrane Bioreactor Fouling
pp. 309-321(13)
Authors: Modin, O.; Fukushi, K.; Rabaey, K.; Rozendal, R.A.; Yamamoto, K.

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Implementation of a Bioreactor With Biofilm and Membranes For Removal of Nutrients Present in Wastewater
pp. 322-329(8)
Authors: Cuevas-Rodríguez, Germán; Ávila-Arias, Julio Alberto; Bernal-Martínez, Arodí; Souza-Brito, Elcia Margaret

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Session 5: Modeling as a Tool for Biofilm Reactor Design and Research

Modeling A Full-Scale IFAS System in Groton, CT
pp. 330-336(7)
Authors: Snowling, S.; Kaldate, A.; Schraa, O.; Goel, R.; Almquist, C.

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Respirometry as a Simple Operational Tool for Monitoring of MBBR and IFAS Biofilm Systems
pp. 337-352(16)
Authors: Blanc, R.; Assulin, N.; Rachamim, S.; Yalin, T.; Arbel, T.

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The Second Generation of IFAS and MBBR: Lessons to Apply
pp. 353-376(24)
Authors: Phillips, H.M.; Steichen, M.T.; Johnson, T.L.

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Kinetic Analysis and Comparison of BCO and BAF Processes Applied to Decentralized Wastewater Treatment
pp. 377-388(12)
Authors: Qiu, G. L.; Xiang, L. C.; Song, Y. H.; Yuan, P.; Peng, J. F.; Zeng, P.; Duan, L.; Tian, Z. Y.

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Modeling Nitrogen Removal, Including Greenhouse Gas, for a Biofiltration Wastewater Treatment Plant
pp. 401-413(13)
Authors: Samie, Guillaume; Bernier, Jean; Rocher, Vincent; Lessard, Paul

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Session 6: Granular Sludge Reactors

Biodegradation of Phenol–Polluted Air in Aerobic Granular Reactors
pp. 414-428(15)
Authors: Zeng, Ping; Du, Jijun; Song, Yonghui; Zhao, Liguo; Wang, Chenhao

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Session 7: Operations

Start-Up of a Bench Scale Nitritation/Anammox MBBR to Treat Centrate from the Wards Island Waste Water Treatment Plant in NYC
pp. 429-439(11)
Authors: Jezek, R.; Ramalingam, K.; Fillos, John; Beckmann, K.; Deur, A.

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IFAS Process for Nitrogen Removal with an HRT of 4 Hours
pp. 440-457(18)
Authors: Albizuri, J.; Santamaria, A.; Larrea, L.

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Experiences from MBBR Post-Denitrification Process in Long-term Operation at two WWTPs
pp. 458-471(14)
Authors: Mases, M.; Dimitrova, I.; Nyberg, U.; Gruvberger, C.; Andersson, B.

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Lessons Learned from Startup and Commissioning of Three IFAS Facilities
pp. 476-494(19)
Authors: Sabherwal, Bikram; Massart, Neil; Wallis-Lage, Cindy; Hunter, Gary; Shy, Ryan

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Biological Activated Filters in Wastewater Treatment – A Useful Process for an Efficient Performance –
pp. 530-538(9)
Authors: Barjenbruch, M.; Exner, E.; Geyer, P.; Berlin, TU

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Session 8: BAF's, Fixed and Fluid Beds

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Oil-Refinery Wastewater Treatment by Biofilm Processes: Moving Bed Reactor and Biological Activated Carbon Filter
pp. 554-566(13)
Authors: Schneider, E.E.; Cerqueira, A.C.F.P.; Sant'Anna, G.L.; Dezotti, M.

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Factors Affecting the Design and Operation of Biologically Active Filters
pp. 567-596(30)
Authors: deBarbadillo, C.; Rogalla, F.; Tarallo, S.; Boltz, J.P.

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High Rate Nutrient Removal in Fluidized Bed Biofilm Reactors
pp. 614-621(8)
Authors: Ghylin, T. W.; Dempsey, M. J.

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