386 Natural and Synthetic Nanoparticles in Terrestrial and Aquatic Ecosystems: II

Poster Session
S02 Soil Chemistry This session will look at the fate and transport of natural, manufactured and incidental nanoparticles in terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems
Wednesday, October 24, 2012: 2:30 PM-4:30 PM
Duke Energy Convention Center, Exhibit Hall AB, Level 1

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Poster #1113
Effect of Silver Nanoparticles On Zebrafish and Bacteria in a Lab-Scale Constructed Wetland with Potential Remediation by Soil and Water Treatment Residuals.
Tori Hartmann, Wisconsin Lutheran College; Aubrey Rockman, Wisconsin Lutheran College; Andrew Armstrong, Wisconsin Lutheran College; Mandy Wagner, Wisconsin Lutheran College; Ben Tellier, Wisconsin Lutheran College; Jarrod Erbe, Wisconsin Lutheran College; Robert Balza, Wisconsin Lutheran College; Daniel Ebeling, Wisconsin Lutheran College; Angela M. Ebeling, Wisconsin Lutheran College
Poster Presentation
  • SSAS poster_NP zebrafish 2012.pdf (1.2 MB)
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    Transformations of ZnO Nanoparticles in Waste Water Treatment, Biosolids and Soil.
    Sewwandi Rathnayake, University of Kentucky; Jonathan Judy, University of Kentucky; Jason Unrine, University of Kentucky; Paul Bertsch, University of Kentucky
    Poster #1115
    Toxicity of Silver Manufactured Nanomaterials to the Model Terrestrial Invertebrate, Caenorhabditis Elegans.
    Daniel L. Starnes, University of Kentucky; Emily Oostveen, University of Kentucky; Catherine P. Starnes, University of Kentucky; Jason Unrine, University of Kentucky; Paul Bertsch, University of Kentucky; Olga Tsyusko, University of Kentucky
    Poster #1116
    Soil Nanocolloid Properties and Metal Contaminant Transport Behavior.
    Jessique Ghezzi, University of Kentucky; A.D. Karathanasis, University of Kentucky; Christopher Matocha, Univ. of Kentucky; Y.L. Thompson, University of Kentucky
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