October 2, 2013

Dave Himmelheber, Evan Cox, Jeff Roberts, and Dan Cope Co-Author Papers in January 2009 Issue of Environmental Science and Technology

ATLANTA, Ga. — Geosyntec is pleased to announce that four staff members have co-authored papers appearing in the January 2009 edition of Environmental Science and Technology, which is a leading technical journal published by the American Chemical Society.

Evan Cox, and Jeff Roberts co-authored the paper "Carbon and Chlorine Isotope Fractionation during Aerobic Oxidation and Reductive Dechlorination of Vinyl Chloride and cis-1,2-Dichloroethene" with researchers from the University of Neuchatel (Switzerland) and Univerisity of Waterloo (Canada). David Himmelheber and former colleagues at Georgia Tech co-authored "Microbial Colonization of an In Situ Sediment Cap and Correlation to Stratified Redox Zones." Dave is based in Geosyntec's Columbia, Md., office, and Evan and Jeff are based in Guelph, Ontario, Canada.

In addition, Dan Cope co-authored the paper "Grey-Iron Foundry Slags as Reactive Media for Removing Trichloroethylene from Groundwater" with Professor Craig Benson from the University of Wisconsin (Madison) based on Dan's graduate research regarding the use of slag for permeable reactive barriers. Dan is based in Geosyntec's Oakland, Ca., office.

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