Eric Adams, Ph.D.

Civil & Environmental Engineering Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, United States 
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Donald R. F. Harleman grad student MIT (Fluid Dynamics and Combustion Tree)


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Scott A. Socolofsky grad student Texas A & M (Marine Ecology Tree)
John Trowbridge grad student MIT
Ruo-Qian Wang grad student Rutgers, New Brunswick
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Socolofsky SA, Gros J, North E, et al. (2019) The treatment of biodegradation in models of sub-surface oil spills: A review and sensitivity study. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 143: 204-219
Wang B, Socolofsky SA, Lai CCK, et al. (2018) Behavior and dynamics of bubble breakup in gas pipeline leaks and accidental subsea oil well blowouts. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 131: 72-86
Zhao L, Boufadel MC, Adams E, et al. (2015) Simulation of scenarios of oil droplet formation from the Deepwater Horizon blowout. Marine Pollution Bulletin
Socolofsky SA, Adams EE, Boufadel MC, et al. (2015) Intercomparison of oil spill prediction models for accidental blowout scenarios with and without subsea chemical dispersant injection. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 96: 110-26
North EW, Adams EE, Thessen AE, et al. (2015) The influence of droplet size and biodegradation on the transport of subsurface oil droplets during the Deepwater Horizon spill: A model sensitivity study Environmental Research Letters. 10
Zhao L, Boufadel MC, Socolofsky SA, et al. (2014) Evolution of droplets in subsea oil and gas blowouts: development and validation of the numerical model VDROP-J. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 83: 58-69
Adams EE, Socolofsky SA, Boufadel M. (2013) Comment on "Evolution of the macondo well blowout: simulating the effects of the circulation and synthetic dispersants on the subsea oil transport". Environmental Science & Technology. 47: 11905
Riestenberg DE, Tsouris C, Brewer PG, et al. (2005) Field studies on the formation of sinking CO2 particles for ocean carbon sequestration: effects of injector geometry on particle density and dissolution rate and model simulation of plume behavior. Environmental Science & Technology. 39: 7287-93
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