Marc A. Deshusses

1994-2008 University of California, Riverside, Riverside, CA, United States 
 2008- Duke University, Durham, NC 
Environmental Engineering, Environmental Sciences, Microbiology Biology
"Marc Deshusses"
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Irving J. Dunn grad student 1994 ETH Zürich (Envirotree)
Geoffrey Hamer grad student 1994 ETH Zürich (Envirotree)


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Xiaolin Wang grad student 2003 UC Riverside
Eunsung Kan grad student 2005 UC Riverside
Juan C. Loyola-Licea grad student 2005 UC Riverside
Siriwat Jinsiriwanit grad student 2006 UC Riverside
Sudeep C. Popat grad student 2010 UC Riverside
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Ndu U, Christensen GA, Rivera NA, et al. (2018) Quantification of Mercury Bioavailability for Methylation Using Diffusive Gradient in Thin-Film Samplers. Environmental Science & Technology
Reese AT, Cho EH, Klitzman B, et al. (2018) Antibiotic-induced changes in the microbiota disrupt redox dynamics in the gut. Elife. 7
Xu J, Adair CW, Deshusses MA. (2016) Performance evaluation of a full-scale innovative swine waste-to-energy system. Bioresource Technology. 216: 494-502
Watson SK, Han Z, Su WW, et al. (2016) Carbon Dioxide Capture Using Escherichia coli Expressing Carbonic Anhydrase in a Foam Bioreactor. Environmental Technology. 1-22
Yu M, Weinthal ES, Patino-Echeverri D, et al. (2016) WATER AVAILABILITY FOR SHALE GAS DEVELOPMENT IN SICHUAN BASIN, CHINA. Environmental Science & Technology
Karatum O, Deshusses MA. (2016) A comparative study of dilute VOCs treatment in a non-thermal plasma reactor Chemical Engineering Journal. 294: 308-315
Ticknor JL, Kucharzyk KH, Porter KA, et al. (2015) Thiol-Based Selective Extraction Assay to Comparatively Assess Bioavailable Mercury in Sediments. Environmental Engineering Science. 32: 564-573
Kucharzyk KH, Deshusses MA, Porter KA, et al. (2015) Relative contributions of mercury bioavailability and microbial growth rate on net methylmercury production by anaerobic mixed cultures. Environmental Science. Processes & Impacts. 17: 1568-77
Miller A, Espanani R, Junker A, et al. (2015) Supercritical water oxidation of a model fecal sludge without the use of a co-fuel. Chemosphere. 141: 189-196
Getzinger GJ, O'Connor MP, Hoelzer K, et al. (2015) Natural Gas Residual Fluids: Sources, Endpoints, and Organic Chemical Composition after Centralized Waste Treatment in Pennsylvania. Environmental Science & Technology
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