Heidi L. Gough

Civil and Environmental Engineering University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA 
Environmental Engineering
"Heidi Gough"
Cross-listing: Envirotree


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David A. Stahl grad student 2004 Northwestern (Evolution Tree)
John F. Ferguson post-doc 2011 University of Washington (Envirotree)
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Chaudhary YK, Gough HL. (2021) Identifying ranges of combined lime and heat treatments to achieve biosolids stabilization fecal coliform targets. Journal of Environmental Management. 282: 111900
Pascoli DU, Suko A, Gustafson R, et al. (2021) Novel ethanol production using biomass preprocessing to increase ethanol yield and reduce overall costs. Biotechnology For Biofuels. 14: 9
Tobin T, Gustafson R, Bura R, et al. (2020) Integration of wastewater treatment into process design of lignocellulosic biorefineries for improved economic viability. Biotechnology For Biofuels. 13: 24
Kersh J, James CA, Gough HL. (2020) Impacts of High-Strength Boat Waste on Activated Sludge Processes Journal of Environmental Engineering. 146: 4020023
Kosonen H, Kim A, Gough H, et al. (2019) A Comparative Study on Rapid Wastewater Treatment Response to Refugee Crises. Global Challenges (Hoboken, Nj). 3: 1800039
Gough HL, Janega N, Dalo MA. (2018) Journaling and Reflection as Education Tools for Engineering Study Abroad Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice. 144: 5018010
Oyanedel-Craver V, Cotel A, Saito L, et al. (2017) Women–Water Nexus for Sustainable Global Water Resources Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management. 143: 01817001
Martinkosky L, Barkley J, Sabadell G, et al. (2016) Earthworms (Eisenia fetida) demonstrate potential for use in soil bioremediation by increasing the degradation rates of heavy crude oil hydrocarbons. The Science of the Total Environment
Zhou NA, Gough HL. (2016) Enhanced Biological Trace Organic Contaminant Removal (EBTCR): a lab scale demonstration with bisphenol A-degrading bacteria Sphingobium sp. BiD32. Environmental Science & Technology
Kjeldal H, Zhou NA, Wissenbach D, et al. (2015) Genomic, proteomic and metabolite characterization of gemfibrozil-degrading organism Bacillus sp. GeD10. Environmental Science & Technology
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