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Aerobic biotransformation of alkyl branched aromatic alkanoic naphthenic acids via two different pathways by a new isolate of Mycobacterium. Johnson, RJ; West, CE; Swaih, AM; Folwell, BD; Smith, BE; Rowland, SJ; Whitby, C (2012-04-01)Naphthenic acids (NAs) are complex mixtures of carboxylic acids found in weathered crude oils and oil sands, and are toxic, corrosive and persistent. However, little is known about the microorganisms and mechanisms involved ...
Dissolved iron in the Bermuda region of the subtropical North Atlantic Ocean: Seasonal dynamics, mesoscale variability, and physicochemical speciation Sedwick, PN; Bowie, AR; Church, TM; Cullen, JT; Johnson, RJ; Lohan, MC; Marsay, CM; McGillicuddy, DJ; Sohst, BM; Tagliabue, A; Ussher, SJ (Elsevier BV, 2020-02-20)
The effect of oil sands process-affected water and model naphthenic acids on photosynthesis and growth in Emiliania huxleyi and Chlorella vulgaris. Beddow, J; Johnson, RJ; Lawson, T; Breckels, MN; Webster, RJ; Smith, BE; Rowland, SJ; Whitby, C (Elsevier, 2015-12-12)Naphthenic acids (NAs) are among the most toxic organic pollutants present in oil sands process waters (OSPW) and enter marine and freshwater environments through natural and anthropogenic sources. We investigated the ...