Lucas A. Hellerich, Ph.D.

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2004 University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, United States 
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Environmental Engineering, Geochemistry, Environmental Sciences
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Nikolaos P. Nikolaidis grad student 2004 University of Connecticut
 (A field, laboratory, and modeling study of natural attenuation processes affecting the fate and transport of hexavalent chromium in a redox variable groundwater environment.)
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Novak M, Chrastny V, Cadkova E, et al. (2014) Common occurrence of a positive δ53Cr shift in Central European waters contaminated by geogenic/industrial chromium relative to source values. Environmental Science & Technology. 48: 6089-96
Hellerich LA, Nikolaidis NP, Dobbs GM. (2008) Evaluation of the potential for the natural attenuation of hexavalent chromium within a sub-wetland ground water. Journal of Environmental Management. 88: 1513-24
Hellerich LA, Nikolaidis NP. (2005) Studies of hexavalent chromium attenuation in redox variable soils obtained from a sandy to sub-wetland groundwater environment. Water Research. 39: 2851-68
Hellerich LA, Nikolaidis NP. (2005) Sorption studies of mixed chromium and chlorinated ethenes at the field and laboratory scales. Journal of Environmental Management. 75: 77-88
Hellerich LA, Poneiera MA, Nikolaidis NP, et al. (2003) Attenuation of a Mixed Chromium and Chlorinated Etjeme Ground Wate Plume in Estuarine Influenced Glaciated Sediments Groundwater Monitoring & Remediation. 23: 74-84
Hellerich LA, Oates PM, Johnson CR, et al. (2003) Bromide transport before, during, and after colloid mobilization in push-pull tests and the implications for changes in aquifer properties Water Resources Research. 39: SBH151-SBH1511
Johnson CR, Hellerich LA, Nikolaidis NP, et al. (2001) Colloid mobilization in the field using citrate to remediate chromium. Ground Water. 39: 895-903
Nikolaidis NP, Hellerich LA, Lackovic JA. (1999) Methodology for Site-Specific, Mobility-Based Cleanup Standards for Heavy Metals in Glaciated Soils Environmental Science & Technology. 33: 2910-2916
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