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Author’s Biographies Paul Dunbar is an Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering at the University of Kentucky Paducah Extension Campus (2000). He was an adjunct professor at Christian Brothers University at the time of this project. His research interests include bioremediation, structured biochemical modeling, and the electrochemical properties of uranium.
Lori Morris is a Civil Engineer (EIT) employed at Ensafe Inc. in Memphis, TN. She currently works on various waste water treatment projects. At the time of this waster treatment project was a senior in Civil and Environmental Engineering at Christian Brothers University. She was recognized as the outstanding civil and environmental engineering student in 2000.
L. Yu Lin is a Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Christian Brothers University. He received his Ph.D. from Central Florida University in 1984. His major research interests are Fate and Transport of Pollutants, Pollutant Treatment, Computer Modeling in Environmental Engineering.
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Dunbar, P. (2004, June), Construction And Testing Of A Pilot Scale Drinking Water Treatment Process Paper presented at 2004 Annual Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah. 10.18260/1-2--13417
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