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Screening of various types of biomass for removal and recovery of heavy metals (Zn, Cu, Ni) by Biosorption
FSHICH Bakkaloğlu (İmamoğlu), İ., T.J. Butter, L.M. Evison
Water Science and Technology 38 (6), 269-277, 1998
180*1998
Removal of cadmium from aqueous solutions using clinoptilolite: influence of pretreatment and regeneration
K Gedik, I Imamoglu
Journal of Hazardous Materials 155 (1-2), 385-392, 2008
1042008
PAHs in dated sediments of Ashtabula River, Ohio, USA
K Li, ER Christensen, RP Van Camp, I Imamoglu
Environmental science & technology 35 (14), 2896-2902, 2001
942001
PCB sources, transformations, and contributions in recent Fox River, Wisconsin sediments determined from receptor modeling
I Imamoglu, ER Christensen
Water research 36 (14), 3449-3462, 2002
562002
Sources and dechlorination of polychlorinated biphenyl congeners in the sediments of Fox River, Wisconsin
I Imamoglu, K Li, ER Christensen, JK McMullin
Environmental science & technology 38 (9), 2574-2583, 2004
522004
Modeling polychlorinated biphenyl congener patterns and dechlorination in dated sediments from the Ashtabula River, Ohio, USA
I Imamoglu, K Li, ER Christensen
Environmental toxicology and chemistry 21 (11), 2283-2291, 2002
512002
Apportionment of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon sources in lower Fox River, USA, sediments by a chemical mass balance model
MC Su, ER Christensen, JF Karls, S Kosuru, I Imamoglu
Environmental toxicology and chemistry 19 (6), 1481-1490, 2000
392000
Spatial distribution and source apportionment of PCBs in sediments around İzmit industrial complexes, Turkey
K Gedik, F Demircioğlu, İ İmamoğlu
Chemosphere 81 (8), 992-999, 2010
322010
Evaluation of PCB dechlorination pathways in anaerobic sediment microcosms using an anaerobic dechlorination model
H Demirtepe, B Kjellerup, KR Sowers, I Imamoglu
Journal of Hazardous materials 296, 120-127, 2015
282015
Affinity of Clinoptilolite‐based Zeolites towards Removal of Cd from Aqueous Solutions
K Gedik, I Imamoglu
Separation Science and Technology 43 (5), 1191-1207, 2008
282008
A comparative evaluation of anaerobic dechlorination of PCB-118 and Aroclor 1254 in sediment microcosms from three PCB-impacted environments
D Kaya, I Imamoglu, FD Sanin, KR Sowers
Journal of hazardous materials 341, 328-335, 2018
242018
An assessment of the spatial distribution of polychlorinated biphenyl contamination in Turkey
K Gedik, I Imamoğlu
CLEAN–Soil, Air, Water 38 (2), 117-128, 2010
242010
Potential risk reduction of Aroclor 1254 by microbial dechlorination in anaerobic grasse river sediment microcosms
D Kaya, I Imamoglu, FD Sanin, RB Payne, KR Sowers
Journal of hazardous materials 321, 879-887, 2017
192017
PCB sources and degradation in river sediments determined by receptor modeling
I Imamoglu
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2001
192001
A preliminary investigation of the environmental impact of a thermal power plant in relation to PCB contamination
K Gedik, I Imamoglu
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 18 (6), 968-977, 2011
162011
Levels of polybrominated diphenyl ethers and hexabromocyclododecane in treatment plant sludge: Implications on sludge management
H Demirtepe, I Imamoglu
Chemosphere 221, 606-615, 2019
152019
Degradation of decabromodiphenyl ether (BDE-209) in microcosms mimicking sediment environment subjected to comparative bioremediation strategies
H Demirtepe, I Imamoglu
Journal of Environmental Management 233, 120-130, 2019
152019
Anaerobic mesophilic digestion of waste activated sludge in the presence of 2, 3′, 4, 4′, 5-pentachlorobiphenyl
D Kaya, I Imamoglu, FD Sanin
International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation 83, 41-47, 2013
142013
PCB sources and degradation in sediments of Ashtabula River, Ohio, USA, determined from receptor models
I Imamoglu, K Li, ER Christensen
Water science and technology 46 (3), 89-96, 2002
142002
Use of a natural mineral for the removal of copper and nickel from aqueous solutions to reduce heavy metal content of precipitation sludges
V Cagin, N Morali, I Imamoglu
Journal of Residuals Science & Technology 4 (1), 45-54, 2007
132007
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